Stone Brewing Company has announced plans to break ground on a new $24 million hotel
on a dark desert highway across the street from their World Bistro and Gardens in Escondido, California. It’ll be the perfect thing for patrons of the bistro whose heads grow heavy and whose sights grow dim, and they’d like to crash for the night.
NBC San Diego reports that there’ll be plenty of room at Stone’s Hotel in California; any time of year, you can find 40 to 50 rooms here.
No word on if they’ll have mirrors on the ceiling, but there’s no need for pink champagne on ice, as each room might have its own beer tap (watch that you don’t become a prisoner of this device). And don’t call up the Captain, and say “please bring me my wine,” as they haven’t had that spirit there since…well you know. But they do have a nice wine list at the Bistro across the street, so there’s that.
The facility will also have two acres of outdoor space, perfect for a beer themed wedding, various alcohol-fueled feats of strength, or lots of dancing and sweet summer sweat, whether you’re dancing to remember, or dancing to forget.
The new building will also house Stone’s master’s chambers (their new headquarters), and you can gather for a feast in the planned event space, or check out the new barrel aging room, where you
just can’t kill the beast can see some tasty beers getting older and tastier.
The hotel will feature the same industrial-meets-organic design and architecture of Stone’s World Bistro, and will likely include many images of arrogant gargoyles that might make you think this could be heaven or it could be hell. But even hell with good beer sounds like heaven to me.
The plans include a bar at the front desk, so you can check out any time you like, but you will never leave (who would want to?).
Stone plans to break ground this year and have the hotel completed in late 2014.