John Pedlow Appointed Chief Operating Officer at Pacifica Hotels

USA, Aliso Viejo, California. April 28, 2022

Pacifica Hotels, the largest owner and operator of independent, design-inspired hotels on the Pacific Coast, announces the appointment of John Pedlow as Chief Operating Officer.

Pedlow brings over 25 years of operations and revenue experience to the Pacifica Hotels team, with his most recent role as SVP of Operations for Pacifica. Prior to that, he served as Vice President of Revenue, responsible for development and execution of commercial strategy, including the oversight of all revenue, marketing, and sales efforts. Today, he oversees all day-to-day operations and works closely with corporate regional team members to support the growing and diverse Pacifica Hotels portfolio.

"John's new role provides us with a new leadership perspective and unique talents that will continue to evolve Pacifica Hotels," said Matt Marquis, CEO. "The next few years we will see robust growth within our portfolio, and I am more confident than ever in the evolution of our team and our company with John at the helm."

Pedlow has been instrumental in shaping the vision of Pacifica Hotels, a company that aims to be the preferred partner in hospitality, creating tailored experiences through passion and commitment.

For additional information on Pacifica Hotels, visit: www.pacificahotels.com.


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