Martin Hospitality invests $1.3 Million in Stephanie Inn room refresh

MARTIN HOSPITALITY PHOTO A corner window room at Stephanie Inn with a view of Haystack Rock.

The Stephanie Inn reopened in April after a hotel-wide room refresh and face-lift this winter to the tune of $1.3 million, coming just months after owners of the boutique inn stripped and remodeled the lobby and hotel dining room. The room refresh was completed in just 36 days. In 2009 the hotel underwent a $5 million renovation.

“This room refresh brings a new sophistication and elegance to the Stephanie Inn and the accommodations available for luxury travel along the coast,” said Ryan Snyder, Martin Hospitality president. “The Stephanie Inn attracts high-end visitors from throughout the world who are seeking the best in luxury travel and hospitality.”

In the past 10 years, Martin Hospitality has invested $20 million in renovation and design projects to its hotels, restaurants and other coastal properties that draw in U.S. and international tourists. Last June the Stephanie Inn’s gourmet dining room underwent a $100,000 weeklong renovation centered on color, lighting, the fireplace, furniture, tableware and linens, and other accent features.

“Martin Hospitality and its properties in Cannon Beach are major drivers of our tourism industry and have significantly boosted our local economy and provided sustained job creation,” said Courtland Carrier, executive director at the Cannon Beach Chamber of Commerce.

A majority of the room updates centered on interior design, accent features, and bringing a more modern feel to each space. Georgia Pope of Hill Devine Design & Supply designed the updated look and feel of the rooms.

Guest rooms follow a ruby-red color scheme while hotel suites welcome guests with gentle tones of turquoise. Each room features all-original artwork from Portland-based artist Donny Masterson, and accents include silver mercury lamps and maritime treasures to polish the look and feel. O’Brien & Company of Wilsonville led construction efforts and Mike Skidmore of Skidmore Janette APD of Seattle oversaw architecture. The Stephanie Inn is located at 2740 South Pacific St., Cannon Beach. For more information about the Stephanie Inn and other Martin Hospitality hotels, restaurants and coastal properties, visit http://explorecannonbeach.com.

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