At Common Thread, we know that travel is a luxury and believe it should feel like one. But with a good dose of easygoing authenticity and thoughtful style.

Our hotels are carefully designed and curated to speak to their unique settings, each perfectly placed in our favorite corners throughout California and beyond.

On a quiet stretch of the main road leading into San Luis Obispo, close enough to town but with a little extra breathing room for good measure. Hidden away behind a hedge of bougainvillea along Palm Springs’ sun-drenched thoroughfare. And perched above the coastline in Laguna Beach, where locals are neighbors and non-descript is a (very nice) way of life.

It’s here where you’ll find the work the talented designers we collaborate with, carefully pieced together detail by detail, with the perfect pillow and our favorite artists’ work on the walls. Where you’ll find curious culinary minds bringing their interpretation of the best local flavors to life. And where you’ll find that sometimes, a hand-crafted cocktail and a warm seat in the sun are the epitome of all that travel is meant to be.

Followed by a good night’s rest, of course.

We are a small brand driven by a team of independent thinkers, makers and doers who truly love the art of hospitality and making it our own.

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With every gesture, subtle detail and genuine hello.

At Common Thread, our team is not simply focused on hospitality, we are focused on a sense of place that you can appreciate at every turn. With an approach that feels organic, natural, and specifically suited to the laidback California lifestyle that inspires the experience behind every one of our hotels.

One expectation at a time. And always exceeded.

We empower and encourage our team to go above and beyond. To be creative in their work. And to engage with every guest as you would a good friend or family member. With attention, kindness and a keen curiosity for what will make their visit a special one – time and again.

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