Set to open spring 2018, Harmon Guest House will join h2hotel and Hotel Healdsburg to complete a trio of boutique hotels adjacent to the historic town plaza in Healdsburg, California.
Located just down the street from h2hotel, the Harmon brings a modern spin to creative spaces where guests can relax, recharge and play.
The Harmon is named after Healdsburg’s visionary founder, Harmon Heald, who designed the downtown plan and donated land for the plaza in 1853. Drawing on this pioneering heritage, David Baker Architects of San Francisco conceptualized Harmon Guest House with thoughtful spaces that encourage friends and families to gather, from the creekside park to the rooftop deck (perfect for sunsets) to the cleverly-designed “pods” that allow the adjoining of several guestrooms.
Thirty-nine rooms, including six suites, each have private outdoor balconies or patios with views of the town plaza, interior garden courtyards or wooded creekside park.
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