The new hotel, Treehouse Sunnyvale, is slated to open next year.
It will have 254 guestrooms, including 21 suites, of which majority will feature private outdoor spaces, balconies and terraces.
The guestrooms’ interiors include colourful pillows and quilts, sofas built into wooden bookcases, farm table and wood ceiling beams.
According to the company, the trees felled during the hotel’s construction are reclaimed and have been recrafted in a socially conscious sculpture onsite.
In addition, the hotel will include a casual café with both indoor and outdoor seating space.
It will also feature a total of three meeting venues along with a spacious event space, that comprises of an outdoor pre-function area.
The pre-function space is connected to a lawn, which can be used to accommodate more people.
Other amenities include a fitness centre, a garden where guests can play games, a courtyard pool, a buzzy beer garden, hot tub and cabanas.
Resonating with the brand’s sustainable lifestyle vision, the new six-storey hotel is being developed by repurposing various existing structures using modular techniques.
Starwood Capital Group chairman and CEO Barry Sternlicht said: “Sunnyvale is the epicentre of the bold ideas, disruptive technology, imagination and innovation that make Silicon Valley an icon and inspiration for the world.
“Every inch of this playful property, from mismatched materials to secret nooks and unexpected artwork, creatively combines the energy and intensity of Silicon Valley’s high-tech culture with the simpler, older, more natural charms of the Santa Clara Valley’s Pre-Internet era.”