Fess Parker Santa Barbara Offers 50th Anniversary Daniel Boone Celebrity Package

The Fess Parker in Santa Barbara, Calif., a DoubleTree by Hilton Resort, has recently completed a renovation of its 360 guestrooms and salute to its founder – Hollywood icon Fess Parker.

The 24-acre, AAA Four Diamond beachfront resort was designed by Los Angeles-based Design Group Carl Ross, Inc. All soft goods were custom made, including the upholstered furniture, carpet, wall coverings and fixtures.

The Fess Parker has welcomed pets since 1986 and is the ideal venue with the Cabrillo bicycle path and walking trails. Standard operating procedure includes a pet treat bag upon arrival and guestrooms located close to expansive lawns. The resort also offers a menu with Howlin’ Ground Sirloin and Albacore Tuna, cooked to order on the in-room carte; pet-friendly dining is also available on the patio of The Set. Day rate for a maximum of two animals per room (all sizes are welcome) is $30.


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In honor of Fess Parker, the hotel is offering the “50th Anniversary Daniel Boone Celebrity” package, which includes guestroom accommodations, a complimentary bottle of limited edition Parker Family Reserve Wine through the resort or at the Parker Winery, and a spirited commemorative food and beverage special: custom bourbon and Boone craft cocktail and sweet and smokey pulled pork tostadas for two. Available Feb. 1 through April 30, 2014, the package rates start at $189 per double, based on availability, blackout periods apply.

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