Anacapa Architecture converts historic building into Drift Santa Barbara hotel

US studio Anacapa Architecture has transformed an early 1900s, stucco-clad building that was formerly closed off to the public into a welcoming hotel filled with compact rooms and handcrafted decor.

Located in the heart of downtown Santa Barbara in central California, the 45-key hotel is the second outpost from Drift, with the first located in San José del Cabo, Mexico.

Anacapa Architecture has renovated an early 1900s building to create the Drift Hotel

The hotel occupies a three-storey, Italian Mediterranean-style building that totals 15,617 square feet (1,451 square metres).

Guest rooms are spread across all three levels, and a penthouse suite is found on the top floor. The ground level

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