Marin Management Adds Holiday Inn Hotel & Convention Center in Redding to Hotel Management Portfolio

USA, Sausalito, California. April 27, 2020

Marin Management, Inc., a California-based hotel management company, announced today that it has signed a hotel management contract with Holiday Inn Hotel & Convention Center, a 125-room full service hotel located near the Shasta Cascade region in Redding, California.

Conveniently located near downtown Redding, Holiday Inn Hotel & Convention Center offers the area's largest privately owned convention center, with six meeting rooms and more than 8,000 square feet of event space. On-site amenities include a swimming pool, jacuzzi spa, fitness center, business center, and Braided Mane, the hotel's on-site restaurant and bar.

"We're pleased to work with Holiday Inn Hotel & Convention Center to provide a network of sales support, resources and guidance on managing costs and operations during this difficult period," said Gary Hogan, CEO of Hogan Hospitality, parent company of Marin Management. "The hospitality industry is facing unprecedented challenges as a result of COVID-19 and we're focused on helping our clients plan for the recovery and reopening period, which will be especially critical in the coming months."

Hogan Hospitality and its subsidiaries, Marin Management and Hawaiian Hotels and Resorts, operate over 30 branded and independent hotels across California, Arizona, Texas, Wyoming and Hawaii.


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