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First Look at Cala
Cala is a place that guests will find themselves not wanting to leave; it’s vibrant with great energy creating an immersive environment with an experience that offers something for everyone.- Food Network star Chef Beau MacMillan
Each suite features jaw-dropping views of our desert home, with the Winfield suite showcasing Old Town’s glowing cityscape and the Pinnacle Suite offering a breathtaking view of Camelback Mountain, Red Mountain, Superstition Mountain and the Four Peaks all in one place.- Kenzie Barrena
what Scottsdale is
uncompromising sophistication, best-in-class service, an enviable dining scene and elevated experiences that bring the urban desert to life- Tyler Kent
The newest addition to Old Town Scottsdale’s historic district, the Senna House Hotel, a Hilton Curio Collection, made its debut earlier this month and is welcoming guests in for a luxurious, yet comfortable stay in a Sonoran Oasis.
Designed by architects from Nelson Partners and built from the ground up, Senna House Hotel is a boutique-style concept and houses 169 suites, spread across six stories. A modern, desert-chic design can be found throughout the hotel and into the guests’ suites, with walls decked in desert plant life (like self-sustaining succulents), a contrasting color palette, unique finishes and an urban vibe.
Senna House, a Curio Collection by Hilton, is Old Town Scottsdale’s newest hotel after opening last month.
Open to the public on Dec. 15, Senna House will be the newest hotel in the district since W Scottsdale’s debut in 2008, according to a press release.
Senna House will be Arizona’s first-ever purpose-built, soft-branded hotel, bringing an energetic pulse to Scottsdale with luxury amenities, entertainment and chef-driven dining options.
Senna House Scottsdale was entitled and developed by Phoenix-based investment and development firm Opwest Partners in collaboration with Argosy Real Estate Partners, which together crafted a uniquely branded boutique hotel concept that is steeped in Scottsdale history.
With 169 rooms spanning six stories, Senna House was designed by architect Nelson Partners and built from the ground-up on the site that once housed the beloved Don & Charlie’s restaurant.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ — Turns out Chef Beau MacMillan, the now-former executive chef at Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa, has been quietly working on another project — a new restaurant.
He’s partnered with Clive Collective, a Scottsdale-based restaurant group, to develop and (soon) open Cala, a modern Mediterranean restaurant at the newly-opened Senna House hotel (part of Hilton's Curio Collection) in Old Town Scottsdale, near Camelback Road and 75th Street.
Nearly three years after its conception, Senna House opened its doors with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The six-story complex, with 169 rooms along with upscale amenities, sits on the former site of the Don & Charlie’s restaurant. Phoenix-based investment and development firm Opwest Partners developed the property.
“We’ve developed all over the country and this is the first property we’ve done in our backyard,” says Tyler Kent, managing principal at Opwest Partners. “It’s special to do what we’ve done across the country here in our backyard.”