CoralTree to manage Hyatt Regency hotel in California
An upper-upscale scheme located within one of the world’s most important wine regions has become the latest addition to CoralTree Hospitality’s growing portfolio.
A Golden State hotel known for its strong ties to local winemakers is embarking upon a new era.
CoralTree makes its mark in wine country
CoralTree Hospitality has taken over management of Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country, a 253-key property that provides access to hundreds of Sonoma County wineries from its position near the Historic Railroad Square and downtown Santa Rosa.
During their stay here, guests can make the most of three onsite restaurants, a wine-tasting room, an outdoor pool, a 24-hour fitness centre and spa tub, and a bicycle rental service. The property can also arrange private and public winery tours, and hosts a number of winery release events throughout the year.
“We are excited to add our first wine country hotel to the CoralTree collection,” said Tom Luersen, president of CoralTree Hospitality. “However, this property provides so much more from shopping and dining in charming downtown Santa Rosa to outdoor pursuits in nearby Bodega Bay. We look forward to working closely with the team and ownership to further enhance the guest experience at the Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country.”
A base for exploring Sonoma County
The upper-upscale hotel’s spacious guestrooms are decorated in natural tones and showcase the work of local artists, and benefit from the addition of stylish spa-inspired bathrooms. And its four suites include a premium suite with its own patio, two queen-sized beds and a sleeper sofa.
Hyatt Regency Sonoma Wine Country’s dining offering comprises The Railroad Stop restaurant, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner; Sonoma Café, serving up new American dining options in a space featuring fireside indoor and outdoor seating; and the seasonal Pool Café, for light meals and snacks. Elsewhere, corporate and social functions are hosted in over 40,000 sq ft of indoor and outdoor event space – not least two large garden spaces and the 7,000 sq ft Alexander River Ballroom, capable of accommodating up to 590 people at a time.
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