Turtle Bay Resort
Picture a sun-drenched island in the Pacific. A place of such natural beauty, even business seems like a breezy day in paradise. Welcome to Turtle Bay Resort on Hawaii's North Shore.
(Yountville, CA), Bardessono Hotel, Restaurant, and Spa has been included in the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards readers’ survey results for 2012. The three-year old resort was ranked #40 on the Top Resorts in the Continental U.S. list.
(Yountville, CA), Bardessono Hotel, Restaurant, and Spa is offering special packages to celebrate summer in the Napa Valley - through September.
(Yountville, CA), Bardessono received the highest level of official recognition possible for its sustainable and environmentally friendly design. The hotel was awarded a LEED Platinum certification, an achievement reached by only two other hotels in the world. The state of California, a leader in environmental innovation, now has its standard bearer for the hospitality industry.
(Yountville, CA), Bardessono Hotel, Restaurant, and Spa welcomes Kini Parente as their Director of Sales and Marketing. Kini comes to Bardessono with many years of experience working in the hospitality industry.
Yountville, CA – The American Hotel and Lodging Association (AH&LA) Stars of the Industry Awards, held Wednesday, June 13, honor standout initiatives at hotel properties.
(Yountville, CA) - The Bardessono Hotel, Restaurant, and Spa has hired Victor Scargle as the resort’s new Executive Chef. He will be starting on June 1. Chef Scargle is a highly talented chef with more than twenty years of professional culinary experience. Chef Scargle gets his culinary inspiration through this close relationship with purveyors and by spending time in his garden. He brings his culinary style – using clean, simple, and bright flavors – to the dishes he will create for Bardessono.
Bardessono has just received the highest level of official recognition possible for its sustainable and environmentally friendly design. The hotel has been awarded LEED Platinum certification, an achievement reached by only two other hotels in the world, on the first anniversary of its opening.
When the time came to form a design team for his latest ecohotel, spa and restaurant, acclaimed developer Phil Sherburne went where many visionaries and prophets do not: home.
To put it simply, the Earth Tub System is a giant vessel. It’s a 68- inch by 90-inch, 450-pound, fully enclosed food waste composter powered by an auger motor and aerobically filtered by a bio-filtrating air purification system. The latter is essential for keeping odors at bay.