Editorial Review of
The Keating Hotel
The Keating Hotel is a testament to San Diego's past and present glamour. The Keating was designed by the Pininfarina Group, an international architectural group famous for Italian automobile design ranging from Ferrari to Maserati. The building, originally built in 1890, serves as the enormous canvas in which The Keating was able to craft it’s signature look around. Pininfarina's signature ergonomic design enables sleek form to meet smart function. Black hallways cushioned with crimson carpet lead guests to 35 unique stanzas--Italian for guestrooms. Inside, brick walls and high vaulted ceilings add an industrial urban tone accented by the understated crisp décor and modern amenities. Each stanza is complete with a goose down duvet, pillows, and feather bed softened with luxurious Italian linens and endless upscale amenities. The Keating's clean, curvilinear lines stimulate without overwhelming - leaving the discreet details up to the imagination. Sensual by nature and chic in concept, The Keating cultivates an air of contemporary European sex appeal. An attentive staff completes the experience, taking care of guests individual needs to ensure a simple, sophisticated stay.