Kimpton to manage Hotel Zamora

The Hotel Zamora

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants was awarded the management contract for The Kimpton Hotel Zamora, a boutique property in St. Pete Beach on Florida’s west coast. 
When it opened in 2014, the hotel was the first newly-construction hotel in St. Pete Beach in 20 years, and was managed by Milwaukee-based Marcus Hotels & Resorts. The Kimpton Hotel Zamora has 72 guestrooms incorporating 22 two-bedroom suites with balconies overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway and Gulf of Mexico. The property has 9,000 square feet of event space, including a ballroom and several additional private rooms. The adjacent restaurant, Castile, combines traditional Mediterranean cuisine with coastal inspiration from Florida executive chef Louis Scaramuzzi. The hotel also has a rooftop venue for weddings and special events. 
Owned by Zamora Hospitality Group, The Kimpton Hotel Zamora will be Kimpton’s sixth hotel in Florida, joining properties in Vero Beach, Palm Beach, South Beach and Miami, and its first flag on the west coast. Overall, this is the seventh hotel added to the Kimpton portfolio in the past year; other new flags added since January 2015 include the Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh; the Palladian in Seattle; Shorebreak Hotel in Huntington Beach, Calif.; Washington, D.C.’s Carlyle-Dupont Circle; the Hotel Van Zandt in Austin; and the Taconic Hotel in Manchester Village, Vt.


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