The history of hotel began when the Native Americans first discovered the natural underground hot mineral waters where the hotel now stands. The Boyes Hot Springs Hotel was completed in 1902 and quickly became a popular destination for luminous San Franciscans, who arrived by boat and train, to experience the holy waters of the finest hot springs resort in California. Misfortune struck when a fire destroyed the hotel in 1923. In 1927, the Sonoma Mission Inn was built as an architecturally accurate replica of a California mission and the resort soon regained its reputation as the finest hot springs destination. The hotel was fully re-modeled and Lumenworks Lighting Design was integral part of the team.

Location: Sonoma, CA
Scope: Lighting and controls design for the entire interior of the hotel including hotel lobby, lounge, amenity space, bars, entry site and exterior lighting design for the courtyards, landscape, building façade & water features. Lumenworks also designed the Custom Lighting Fixtures for the historically period of the hotel.
Architect: SB Architects
Interior Designer: KNA Design