Marin Management, Inc. Adds Three Properties to Hotel Management Portfolio

USA, Sausalito, California. January 28, 2021

Marin Management, Inc., a California-based hotel management company, has added three hotel management contracts to its growing portfolio of properties.

The historic Callahan's Mountain Lodge nestled alongside the Siskiyou Mountains expands Marin Management's presence in Oregon, with California's Motel 6 Hayward East Bay and Villa Franca Inn Monterey topping off new management contracts totaling over 200 rooms.

"We're pleased to continue our momentum and rapid expansion despite the pandemic's disruption to the travel industry," said Gary Hogan, CEO of Hogan Hospitality, parent company of Marin Management. "As hotel owners face unprecedented challenges, we are focused on helping them plan for the critical months and years ahead. We look forward to working with each hotel owner to highlight the unique aspects of their property and deliver remarkable guest experiences to ensure longstanding success."

With the addition of the three new properties, Marin Management currently operates 24 branded and independent hotels totaling 2,200 guest rooms across California, Oregon, Arizona and Texas.

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