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“Treehouse” hotel offering unique lodging experience heads to Bay Area

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Sunnyvale — Offering a playful lodging experience like being in a childhood treehouse, the hotel is poised to bring hundreds of rooms to Sunnyvale’s tech hub.

The new Treehouse Hotel will be the brand’s first U.S. opening and will be in Sunnyvale, said SH Hotels & Resorts, creator of the unique lodging brand.

According to SH Hotels & Resorts, the hotel will be partly renovated and partly new construction and will include 254 rooms.

Barry Sternlicht, CEO and Founder of SH Hotels & Resorts, said:

Treehouse Hotel, proposed 254 room accommodation at 1100 N. Mathilda Ave. in Sunnyvale, bird’s eye view, concept. (SB Architects)

The new Treehouse Hotel will be built at 1100 N. Mathilda Ave. in Sunnyvale. The area is dotted with many current and future buildings of well-known tech giants such as Google, Facebook app owner Meta Platforms, and Amazon. technology company.

Alan Reay, president of Irvine-based Atlas Hospitality Group, which tracks the California lodging market, said:

Using a sustainable approach in materials and construction techniques, the Treehouse brand aims to provide people with an unforgettable lodging experience that goes beyond the run-of-the-mill hotel stay.

“It fits perfectly with what our guests are looking for and influences their environmental awareness,” says Reay.

Even the names of features found in hotels of sizeable scale, such as Sunnyvale’s Treehouse, are designed to evoke playful thoughts, according to a plan filed with Sunnyvale city officials.

Tower of Treehouse Hotel, a proposed 254-room property at 1100 N. Matilda Avenue in Sunnyvale, concept viewed from the pool area.  (SB Architects)
Tower of Treehouse Hotel, a proposed 254-room property at 1100 N. Matilda Avenue in Sunnyvale, concept viewed from the pool area. (SB Architects)

It’s not a swimming pool, it’s the “Woodland Swim Hall”. It’s not a meeting or conference center, it’s an ‘event barn’. Other names include ‘Birch Grove’, ‘Oak Court’, ‘The Plaza Hub’, ‘Redwood Gateway’, ‘Flower Stroll Garden’, ‘Gathering Glade’, ‘Evening Garden Edge’ and ‘Morning Garden Edge’. And so on.

The idea behind Treehouse Hotel is, as SH Resorts says, to evoke carefree comfort, freedom, nostalgia and the joys of childhood.

“From mismatched materials to secret nooks to unexpected artwork, every nook and cranny of this playful establishment evokes the energy and intensity of Silicon Valley’s high-tech culture and the simple, old-world of Santa Clara Valley’s pre-internet era. , creatively combining a more natural attraction,” said Sternlicht.

Treehouse Hotel, 254 room accommodation proposed at 1100 N. Mathilda Ave., Sunnyvale, tower view, concept.  (SB Architects)
Treehouse Hotel, 254 room accommodation proposed at 1100 N. Mathilda Ave., Sunnyvale, tower view, concept. (SB Architects)

A Sheraton Hotel is already operating on site. This development will add new rooms as well as dramatic renovations and remodeling of many existing rooms and buildings on the property.

Planned accommodations could provide clues about lingering illness following the coronavirus outbreak.

The coronavirus has forced business and leisure travelers around the world out of hotels, devastating the Bay Area and the lodging sector around the world.

There are some signs that the leisure and hospitality industry is improving. Still, the hard-hit sector is struggling to regain lost business.

Sternlicht estimates that the new hotel will open in the second half of 2023.

The Treehouse Hotel features a six-story tower with 142 new guest rooms and several building renovations remodeling 112 existing guest rooms.

254 room proposed accommodation at 1100 N. Matilda Avenue in Sunnyvale, street level view of Treehouse Hotel, concept.  (SB Architects)
254 room proposed accommodation at 1100 N. Matilda Avenue in Sunnyvale, street level view of Treehouse Hotel, concept. (SB Architects)

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