Greenwood Hospitality adds 5 boutique hotels to portfolio

Greenwood Hospitality Group assumed management of five California hotels, including the Monterey Bay Inn. Photo credit: Greenwood Hospitality Group

Greenwood Hospitality Group assumed management of five hotels in Monterey, Calif. The properties, all owned by Inns of Monterey, together added 359 rooms to the operator’s portfolio.

“I’ve known [Greenwood Hospitality Group principal] Bill Kohl for years, and we have every expectation that Greenwood Hospitality will be an excellent partner for the Inns of Monterey, our luxury collection of boutique hotels,” Ted Balestreri, CEO of the Inns of Monterey, said in a statement. “Our hotels celebrate the character and spirit of Monterey and offer authentic experiences you won’t find anywhere else.”

Greenwood Hospitality Group’s newest additions are the 163-room Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa, the 45-room Spindrift Inn, the 32-room Wave Street Inn, the 70-room Victorian Inn and the 49-room Monterey Bay Inn.

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Denver-based Greenwood Hospitality operates 25 properties with more than 4,100 rooms.

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