BETHESDA, MD – January 31, 2022 – Curator Hotel & Resort Collection (“Curator”) is kicking off the New Year by welcoming six new members to its growing portfolio of independent hotels and resorts. Spanning California, Vermont, Colorado, and Hawaii, these destinations offer unique experiences with nature as a backdrop, allowing guests to align mind, body, and spirit.
“We are thrilled to jumpstart the New Year by welcoming these members to our growing portfolio of more than 85 hotels and resorts,” said Jennifer Barnwell, President of Curator Hotel & Resort Collection. “The addition of these hotels, along with our first dining experience member, the Napa Valley Wine Train, is a testament to our offerings. We are proud to have these members in our collection as they all provide travelers with experiences that are shaping the new age of travel.”
Curator is following up an immensely successful year by representing more than hotels and resorts. With the addition of the Napa Valley Wine Train, the collection creates a space for all independents in the hospitality industry who have distinct and unique offerings that travelers crave.
“As a founding member of Curator with eighteen properties in the collection, we have experienced firsthand the incredible value and many benefits that it provides for independents,” said Jake Donoghue, CEO of Noble House Hotels & Resorts. “We are thrilled to be adding The Napa Valley Wine Train to Curator so it can also benefit from best-in-class technology and services, as well as the ability to tap into Curator’s vendor expertise and negotiating power.”
The newest members of Curator Hotel & Resort Collection include:
Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa (La Jolla, California) – Solo travelers, couples, and friends seeking an escape to reconnect will enjoy Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa. This hacienda-style resort is located between San Diego’s seaside villages of La Jolla and Del Mar. It features 10 acres of beautiful green gardens, quiet courtyards, warm fireplaces, and world-class amenities. Guests can also experience the flavors of the West Coast at the hotel’s dining venues, from breakfast delights at Greenfinch Restaurant & Bar to coastal-inspired dishes at Mustangs & Burros. Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa is managed by Noble House Hotels & Resorts.
Gateway Canyons Resort (Gateway, Colorado) – Colorado’s Gateway Canyons Resort is where luxury and adventure travel meet. Gateway Canyons offers breathtaking views of the high-desert landscape and is located right in the heart of red rock country, where endless outdoor adventures like off-road touring, horseback riding and mountain biking await travelers. The Resort is managed by Noble House Hotels & Resorts.
Napa Valley Wine Train (Napa, California) – Travelers are invited to sip, savor, and enjoy an elegant, 36-mile roundtrip train ride through California’s Wine Country. This vintage wine train has been operating since 1864 and features everything from gourmet meals to tours with sweeping views of Napa Valley; there are even hidden gems not located on traditional maps. Managed by Noble House Hotels & Resorts, Napa Valley Wine Train also offers hotel and train packages for travelers wanting to extend their stay.
Maui Beach Hotel (Kahului, Hawaii) – Experience the beauty of Maui on the shores of Kahului Bay at Maui Beach Hotel. Located just five minutes away from the Kahului Airport, the hotel is at the heart of Maui. It gives travelers access to top attractions, including Iao Valley, Wailuku and the infamous Road to Hana. Travelers who choose Maui Beach Hotel are in for an unmatched and rejuvenating cultural experience. Springboard Hospitality Group manages Maui Beach Hotel.
Villa Florence (San Francisco, California) – Welcoming travelers since 1908, Villa Florence is urban elegance nestled in the heart of the sights and sounds of San Francisco. Attractions like Union Square, The Embarcadero, Chinatown, and Museum of Modern Art are within walking distance of the hotel – perfect for travelers looking to explore a new destination. Spire Hospitality manages Villa Florence.
Topnotch Resort (Stowe, Vermont) – Travelers seeking an ‘off the grid’ escape will enjoy Topnotch Resort’s exclusive location nestled in New England’s Green Mountains. This luxurious resort and spa offers suites, resort homes, a Topnotch Tennis Academy, custom spa treatments and a casual dining experience that encourages guests to create memories together. Nature lovers will also enjoy the great outdoors with activities like fishing for trout in the Lamoille River or riding a horse-drawn sleigh through Vermont’s countryside. Spire Hospitality manages the Resort.
For more information on Curator Hotel & Resort Collection, visit www.CuratorHotelsandResorts.com.