Palisades Hospitality Group launches new hotel brand

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Palisades Hospitality Group, a hotel and restaurant management, development and consulting firm, added the Mosaic Hotel Group (MHG) to its portfolio of businesses. PHG manages and operates more than 35 hotels and restaurants throughout the Western United States and Mexico.
 
The Mosaic Hotel Group is a collection of small, curated hotels in leisure and urban destinations. The Mosaic portfolio includes the El Dorado Hotel & Kitchen in Sonoma, Calif.; the Colony Palms Hotel in Palm Springs, Calif.; and the North Block Hotel in Napa Valley’s Yountville, Calif.

“We couldn’t be more thrilled with the launch of the Mosaic Hotel Group and the superior talent we’ve brought on board to bring the needs of today’s traveler to life through our hotel and restaurant offerings,” said Tim Harmon, CEO of Palisades Hospitality Group. “Palisades is applying the same theory to our hotels that has made our restaurants so successful – deliver consistent superior quality and service in authentically distinctive settings.”

Mosaic is planning four new hotels in 2016 with more on the way in 2017. PHG has recruited a number of hospitality professionals to run the business, including Melony Williams, COO of Mosaic Hotel Group; Skylar Skikos, president of Palisades Hotel Partners; Waldemar Franco, president of Forward Hospitality, Michael Wisner, president of Logis Hospitality Solutions; and Colleen Gray, VP of finance for Moana Restaurant Group.

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Mosaic will join PHG’s other businesses including the Moana Restaurant Group, Palisades Hotel Partners, Forward Hospitality Logis Hospitality Solutions.

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