The San Diego Marriott Del Mar has captured the true essence of seaside living in California and incorporated that whimsical yet relaxed ambiance in its recently renovated 12,078 square feet of Del Mar meeting spaces.

To celebrate the reinvigorated event rooms, the hotel in San Diego, CA, is offering extra incentive to planners who book a Del Mar wedding, reception, meeting or other celebration before July 31, 2014. To complement their event, guests can choose a complimentary champagne toast, free premium bar upgrade or triple Marriott Rewards points.

The Del Mar hotel's renovations have transformed the meeting space into a more relaxed atmosphere. New wall-to-wall murals bring to life the delicate and unique ambiance of the sea. Beach scenes depict peaceful piers and palm trees utilizing a neutral yet dynamic and stylish balance between design and functionality. The soothing color palette and texture of the walls add elegance to the new décor in the Del Mar meeting spaces, while each corner or alcove gives guests a sense of the whimsy associated with seaside life.

"The newly designed space will bring a sense of upgraded value to any event, creating a positive impression for the host organization," said Brian Findley, general manager of the Del Mar hotel. "The relaxed luxury and quiet sophistication will enhance each type of Del Mar event's success and fuse the essence of seaside life and event substance."

The Del Mar hotel renovations allow the space to accommodate all styles and enhances the flow of anyDel Mar wedding and meeting. Multiple configurations of the hotel's ballroom and breakout spaces optimize the environment for all attendees. Although the Grand Ballroom is large enough to accommodate massive Del Mar weddings, the flow and décor of the room make it intimate and personal. Guests arriving at the hotel for San Diego Del Mar meetings and weddings will love the easy public access, abundant parking, prime sound acoustics and excellent lighting that enhance the experience.

"The new event space is certainly more casual and interactive with a unique energy," said principal designer Mike Lindenlaub from CRA Designs. "The space has a clean, functional appearance with aCalifornia twist. It's about the function and opulence of the surroundings – simplicity."