Pacifica Hotels Acquires Best Western Seacliff Inn in Aptos, California

USA, Aptos, California. January 30, 2020

Pacifica Hotels, a family owned business with a proud legacy of owning and operating boutique hotels in coastal communities such as Half Moon Bay, Cambria, and Pismo Beach for over 40 years, is expanding further along the California Coast with the acquisition of the Best Western Seacliff Inn in Aptos, California.

Frank Sr. and Colleen Giuliani, TJ and Shirley Scott and Norman Bei were key partners in the initial development and operation of the Seacliff Inn in the 1980's. More recently, the property has been owned and managed by Frank E. Giuliani, Lori Giuliani; and Kathy Graff at The Bei Scott Company.

"It has been a wonderful experience being a part of such a special property and community that has been home to many local and loyal returning customers," said Frank E. Giuliani. "We wish to extend our heartfelt appreciation to the Santa Cruz community and to our employees and associates for their many years of loyalty and continuing service to the hotel. We are confident that Pacifica Hotels will build upon the legacy we have established and continue forward with a focus on customer service, community involvement and reinvestment as they do throughout their portfolio of hotels along the California Coast."

The hotel is conveniently located just minutes away from some of Santa Cruz County's most popular beaches and attractions including Seacliff State Beach and the Forest of Nisene Marks State Park as well as home to historic Aptos Village.

Best Western Seacliff Inn features 148 guestrooms and suites set on six beautifully landscaped acres with scenic garden paths. Home to over 3,000 square feet of flexible event and meeting space ideal for corporate meetings, social occasions, retreats and weddings. Located just 30 miles from San Jose, this unique hotel offering is perfectly situated for exploring Santa Cruz County for fun family vacations, business travel, or romantic getaways, ideal for day trips to popular attractions, such as the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Monterey Bay Aquarium, Rio Del Mar State Beach, and Pleasant Valley Vineyards. While on property, guests will enjoy a heated swimming pool, hot tub, fitness room, laundry facility, business center, and dining at Severino's Bar & Grill, the hotel's full service restaurant, which offers happy hour and live music.

"We are thrilled to add the Best Western Seacliff Inn to the Pacifica Hotels family," said Executive Vice President of Investments & Acquisitions Chris Marquis. "The hotel's exceptional location, just off of scenic Highway 1, will have considerable long-term value and will offer our loyal guests a memorable experience in yet another unique destination along the beautiful California Coast."

With the addition of Best Western Seacliff Inn, Pacifica Hotels owns and operates 40 properties in prime California coastal locations. Best Western Seacliff Inn is an example of Pacifica Hotels' ongoing development strategy and position as a market leader in the hospitality industry's tailored service hotel segment.

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