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LEED Gold certified, the sleek hotel features lots of environmentally conscious design details, like using Forest Stewardship Council certified wood, LED lighting, and rainwater-powered irrigation systems. But the coolest program is arguably their hands-on “gleaning” experience, a partnership with star chef Duskie Estes and her Farm to Pantry organization.
Japanese design meets Scandinavian sensibility at Harmon Guest House, the third act in a Sonoma County hotel story that includes Hotel Healdsburg and h2Hotel.
... the European look and layout seek to foster community through an array of public spaces and welcoming nooks—just like the town’s founder Harmon Heald intended.
A welcome addition to the lodging options in Healdsburg, LEED certified Harmon Guest House offers all the amenities the Piazza group has proven itself so adept at ...
... the hotel’s art program, arguably the most robust collection in wine country of site-specific works from emerging California artists ...
Earthy tones and rich textures play throughout the eco-friendly hotel, with original local artwork adorning both public and private spaces.
Inspired by the town’s founder, Harmon Heald, Harmon Guest House pays homage to its namesake’s pioneering spirit and meticulous urban planning. The hotel offers spaces designed to encourage friends and families to gather—a mirror of how Heald envisioned the town’s plaza to function.
Step inside into a tranquil, bamboo-filled courtyard and you'll discover a zen-like vibe, with Japanese and Scandinavian influences throughout.
The Rooftop at Harmon Guest House, a sophisticated lounge on the upper level of the hotel, is Healdsburg’s only publicly accessible rooftop bar, and it’s the perfect perch from which to watch the sunset.
Designed as a mixture of posh and pastoral, organic and minimalist, a thread of sustainable and eco-conscious forethought weaves into every detail of the Harmon Guest House ...
... Harmon Guest House has become a popular gathering spot thanks to its rooftop lounge, from which vantage point you can see all the way to Fitch Mountain — a fitting setting for a property named after city founder Harmon Heald.
Lush with local art in the heart of downtown Healdsburg, this year-old property features 39 guest rooms that merge style with relaxation and privacy.
...the intention for the design was to continue the owner’s commitment to environmental responsibility, similar to the other hotels - h2hotel and Hotel Healdsburg - by David Baker.
... their new 39 room ode to style and efficiency is their most design forward with Nordic DNA designed by David Baker Architects of San Francisco. The whole aesthetic experience is very thoughtful from the moment you arrive in the lobby, continuing on to your room.
Demonstrating the hotel’s priority to go beyond traditional hospitality and offer unique and educational experiences, the series’ inaugural event, “Artists and Architects – The Potential of Place,” will host five acclaimed regional artists and architects who all have a connection to Healdsburg.
Additional green elements include a solar thermal water heating system, low/no VOC paints and coatings, a storm-water bio-swale, recycled-content and regional content materials, reclaimed finish materials, high-efficiency irrigation system with weather-based controls, and water-efficient plumbing fixtures.
Eco-chic enclave. Behind the reclaimed redwood, sun-shading exterior slats, garden courtyards separate pods of rooms where the spare but not spartan decor will include Sonoma-made concrete sinks, organically dyed pressboard bedside tables, natural felt rugs and locally produced art.