Urgo Hotels & Resorts Assumes Management of MacArthur Place Hotel & Spa in Sonoma, California

USA, Bethesda, Maryland. June 23, 2021

Officials of Urgo Hotels & Resorts, a leading hotel company that operates, develops, invests and owns hotels and resorts throughout North America, announced that it has taken over operations of the 64-room MacArthur Place Hotel & Spa in Sonoma, Calif. The property is a Forbes Four-Star hotel on five acres of land in downtown Sonoma with luxury guestrooms and amenities. The hotel also features a variety of upscale, world-class dining options designed to appeal to both guests and locals alike.

"We continue to grow our portfolio of boutique, independent and lifestyle hotels throughout North America with unique properties and great partnerships like this," said Matt Jalazo, senior vice president of development, Urgo Hotels & Resorts. "Originally built in 1869 as a private estate before eventually being converted to an inn in 1997, The MacArthur Place Hotel and Spa is the premier lodging and dining experience for both guests and community in the heart of California's Wine Country."

Situated on five sprawling acres, the MacArthur Place provides 64 guest rooms across 16 cottages, as well as 5,000 square feet of lush, garden grounds and 3,800 square feet of event & meeting space. Most guest rooms feature an outdoor porch, patio, shower, tub and/or firepit, and all rooms incorporate state-of-the-art technology.

Whether looking for the perfect nightcap or world-class cuisine, both nearby residents and travelers may select from numerous, on-site dining options. Guests may select between Layla, a three-meal restaurant featuring healthy, organic, Mediterranean options; the Bar at MacArthur, with handcrafted cocktails, an assortment of craft beers and a high quality menu; and The Porch, a provision shop that provides everything from coffee and pastries in the mornings to paninis and organic soft serve ice cream in the afternoons.

This is the fourth property Urgo has added to its portfolio in the last six months as owners seek personalized management options as the industry continues to rebound from the most devastating effects of the pandemic. Urgo prides itself on providing a more personalized touch to hotel management.

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