Interior Design

The Seabird Resort

Newly opened, The Seabird Resort is located on the edge of the Pacific Ocean and part of the largest oceanfront development in San Diego in more than half a century. Alongside iconic ocean views, the hotel’s design is inspired by the City of Oceanside’s rich history and natural environment. The hotel is integrated with the surrounding neighborhood and highly walkable. The interior design pulls from a mix of traditional and modern elements, inspired largely by the colors of the ocean, beach house style, natural textures, and nautical features. Comfort is a priority, flip-flops are a necessity, and fine dining doesn’t require fine attire.

The resort has 226 guest rooms and suites, an outdoor pool, sophisticated library, locally farmed cuisine, a world-class spa, and nearly 20,000 square feet of meeting space.

Within the resort, a dedicated gallery features local artists, and the property makes use of dozens of local companies and vendors throughout.

The Seabird Resort’s subtle sophistication and beautiful design embraces local culture, engages with members of the community, and reaffirms San Diego County as a top tier destination.

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  • Project Address:

    101 Mission Avenue, Oceanside

    Project Owner/Developer:

    S.D. Malkin Properties, Inc.

    Owner Contact Name/Email:

    Jeremy Cohen, jzcohen@sdmalkin.com

    Project Architect/Designer:

    Delawie, Bill Bocken

    Image Credit:

    The Seabird Resort

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