Interstate to manage the Sheraton Cerritos Hotel

Sheraton Cerritos

Interstate Hotels & Resorts was selected to manage the Sheraton Cerritos Hotel in Cerritos Calif. The hotel was recently acquired by Crown Jewel of Pacifica, which plans to invest in capital upgrades to the hotel in the near future. The Sheraton Cerritos will be managed by Interstate Hotels & Resorts' Rim Hospitality Division based in Newport Beach, Calif.

"It's gratifying to earn business from a relationship with a new owner, and we'll continue to provide outstanding operations and results. Having managed the hotel previously, we are well versed in all aspects of its operations and the market," said Russ Cox, EVP, operations of Interstate's Rim Hospitality Division.

The 203-room Sheraton Cerritos Hotel is the only full-service hotel in the city of Cerritos, and is centrally located between Orange County and Los Angeles. Adjacent to the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, the hotel is part of a 100-acre, mixed-use business park with shopping, dining and entertainment venues. A short distance from other Southern California leading attractions, including Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm, the Sheraton Cerritos has 15,241 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space. The property also houses Paired, a lobby lounge and bar dining experience influenced by global cuisine, and the Grille 91 Restaurant & Bar.

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