Twenty Four Seven Hotels Adds Four California Hotels to West Coast Management Portfolio

USA, Newport Beach, California. November 04, 2022

Twenty Four Seven Hotels, a third-party hospitality management company for premium-branded, select-service and lifestyle hotel segments in the western U.S., announced the addition of four California hotels to its ever expanding West Coast portfolio. The hotels include the 128-room Hyatt House Sacramento/Midtown, the 112-room Hyatt Place Newark/Silicon Valley, the 90-room Hampton Inn & Suites Marina and the 119-room Holiday Inn Express Chino Hills. The company is currently providing pre-opening services for the soon-to-open hotels, which expect to be fully operational by December 2022.

"We continue to expand our management footprint throughout California, with these four additions bringing our total Golden State portfolio to twenty," said David Wani, CEO, Twenty Four Seven Hotels. "By focusing exclusively on the West Coast, our area operational expertise is unparalleled. This also allows for the ability to more readily share best practices and enact economies of scale."

Independently owned, Twenty Four Seven Hotels is an approved operator for such premium hospitality brands as Marriott, Hilton, Hyatt, IHG and Choice. The company is uniquely California focused, granting it greater market and labor environment understanding.

"Twenty Four Seven Hotels provides a full-suite of services, starting at the earliest phases of the pre-construction process to create advantages over companies acquiring or assuming operations at a later stage," Wani added. "We pride ourselves on having the size to remain well-resourced and effective while staying nimble and responsive to our owners' needs. Our tailored methods allow for a quicker ramp-up period and greater market share."

Hyatt House Sacramento/Midtown

Located in the Sutter District near Capital Mall, Crocker Art Museum and the Old Sacramento Waterfront, the Hyatt House Sacramento/Midtown is a remodel of the historic Eastern Star Hall building. The three-story, Romanesque Revival-style building showcases Moorish and Byzantine architectural elements from 1928. Hotel amenities include free Wi-Fi, 24/7 fitness center, business services and 700 square feet of flexible meeting space. Guests may grab a bite to eat at the daily, complimentary breakfast bar or stop for a cocktail at Star Lounge. The hotel also provides H Mart, a 24-hour, grab-n-go sundry shop. The hotel is owned by Hume Development.

"Twenty Four Seven Hotels provides a seamless pre-opening experience that is invaluable to our partnership," said Roger Hume, president, Hume Development. "The level of brand knowledge and hotel expertise is unparalleled in the industry."

Hyatt Place Newark/Silicon Valley

Situated at 5600 John Muir Drive just steps from NewPark Mall and close to Highway 880, the five-story hotel is convenient to Mission Peak Regional Preserve, Central Park and Levi's Stadium. The hotel provides a daily, complimentary breakfast, free Wi-Fi, 24/7 fitness center, indoor pool, state-of-the-art business center and 2,000 square feet of flexible meeting space.

Hampton Inn & Suites Marina

Nestled less than a mile from Marina State Beach at 120 Reservation Road, the Exdev-owned hotel is a five-minute drive from the Monterey Peninsula Recreational Trail within Fort Ord Dunes State Park and 11 miles away is the John Steinbeck Monument and the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Hotel guests may enjoy an indoor heated pool, 24-hour fitness center, state-of-the-art business center and 1,280 square feet of flexible meeting space. Guest rooms include complimentary Wi-Fi, luxurious bedding and oversized workspaces.

Holiday Inn Express Chino Hills

Conveniently stationed at 15851 Pomona Rincon Road, the four-story hotel is close to Big League Dreams, The Shoppes at Chino Hills, Chino Airport and Ontario International Airport. The Holiday Inn Express provides complimentary Wi-Fi, complimentary buffet breakfast, outdoor pool, 24/7 fitness center and 449 square feet of meeting space.

"This marks our second and third hotels with Twenty Four Seven Hotels, and we look forward to future endeavors," said Phyllis Shih, managing director, Exdev. "They provide a consistency of performance and proactive nature in providing new solutions, initiatives and ideas. Furthermore, their size allows them to provide direct access to senior leadership, which is a benefit in our industry."

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