Hogan Hospitality Group Expands Management Portfolio Into Washington and Grows in California

USA, Napa Valley, California. December 02, 2022

Hogan Hospitality Group (HHG), a leading hotel management corporation, has added sought-after properties in Washington and California to its growing portfolio.

Expanding Hogan Hospitality's presence to Washington state, the 45-room Soap Lake Natural Spa & Resort features the natural healing power of Soap Lake, boasting some of the highest naturally occurring mineral content and mineral diversity of any lake in the world. An additional 40 rooms are scheduled for completion in the Fall of 2023.

A management contract was also secured for the 42-room Comfort Inn & Suites Ventura Beach, a coastal gem centrally located between the Ventura Harbor Village and downtown San Buenaventura with access to miles of California's pristine beaches.

"We are thrilled to expand our presence in Washington state, while maintaining a steady growth in California," said Pat Mitchell, president of Hogan Hospitality Group. "We look forward to working with each hotel owner to highlight the unique aspects of their properties and are eager to create exceptional experiences for our guests."

Hogan Hospitality Group operates 21 branded and independent hotels totaling more than 3,000 guest rooms across California, Arizona, Washington and Hawaii.

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