Hay Creek Hotels signs three new management deals

Hay Creek Hotels and Restaurants expanded its presence in the Northeast with three management deals. The company also has strategically relocated its corporate headquarters to Denver, New York and Medellin, Colombia, to service the needs of its owners and partners across the country and in Central America.  

“Introducing a variety of properties into our system is a critical part of our growth strategy as we remain intentional in our approach to build a portfolio of boutique, independent hotels that vary in size, segmentation, and  geographic location,” Hay Creek CEO Gary Sims said in a statement.   

The new additions to the Hay Creek portfolio are:

  • The Grand Summit at Attitash at the base of Attitash Mountain in Bartlett, N.H., has the only ski-in, ski-out access in Vail Resort’s Attitash Mountain. With 143 rooms and suites, the condominium hotel has year-round outdoor recreation from skiing, snowmobiling and tubing to rafting, fishing and ziplining. The property has the newly renovated Tap House Restaurant and slope-side Black Diamond Grille as well as more than 12,000 square feet of space. 
  • Hotel Canandaigua is a new-build Tapestry by Hilton branded full-service lakefront resort with 109 guestrooms, including 18 suites, on the northern shore of Canandaigua Lake in New York's Finger Lakes region. Onsite hotel amenities include Cove Restaurant & Bar, the Bird Cage (seasonal outdoor bar), a fitness center, a pool, and more than 14,000 square feet of function space. The property is scheduled to open this spring.
  • Brookmere Hotel, located in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., a mile from Saratoga Racetrack. It sits on a 10-acre site abutting Saratoga National Golf Course and with private access to Lake Lonely, the project is the total transformation of the former Longfellows into Brookmere, an upper-upscale hotel with 88 rooms and suites, Clover Restaurant & Bar with seasonal outdoor porch, 3,500 square feet of meeting and event space, including an additional seasonal courtyard, and an upscale spa. Hay Creek will be working closely with Spring City Development, Bonacio Construction and interior design firm Sims Patrick Studio and will begin operations upon its opening slated for mid-summer 2024.

"Historically, the word boutique has been synonymous with small in scale, but at Hay Creek that word simply signifies an opportunity for us to customize and curate a guest experience for a diverse collection of hotels ranging in size and complexity, which is evident in this current mix of new hotels we’ve brought into the portfolio,” Dan Mahoney, SVP of development at Hay Creek Hotels and Restaurants, said in a statement.