In our last Renovation by Room post, we looked at the restoration of the front façade of the Embassy Circle Guest House. It detailed the painstaking process owners Laura and Raymond Saba underwent to create a beautiful and welcoming first impression for their guests.
Renovation by Room
What does it take to bring an abandoned embassy property back from the brink of near-extinction? A ton of time, tenacity, and TLC. In 2003, Laura and Raymond Saba purchased a building owned by the Taiwanese government that ultimately became the Embassy Circle Guest House. But turning that diamond in the rough into the jewel it is today was no easy feat.
In our new blog series, Renovation by Room, we’ll be revisiting that journey by showcasing just how much love and labor went into each room and main area of the inn.