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Pyramid Global Hospitality to Newly Manage Six Hotels

The Boston-based company ads hotels in California, Rhode Island, and Florida to its management portfolio

By Todd R. Berger

6.2.23_Hotel Paradox in Santa Rosa is one of six hotels to be managed by Pyramid Global Hospitality
Hotel Paradox—Autograph Collection in Santa Cruz, California, is one of six new hotel management properties for Pyramid Global Hospitality. CREDIT Hotel Paradox—Autograph Collection

Pyramid Global Hospitality of Boston, Massachusetts, announced the addition of six U.S. hotels and resorts to its management portfolio. Of the six properties joining Pyramid Global, Flamingo Resort & SpaThe Sandman Hotel, and the Hotel Paradox–Autograph Collection in Santa Rosa, California; Wayfinder Newport Hotel in Newport, Rhode Island; and The Preserve Sporting Club & Residences in Richmond, Rhode Island, will be joining the Benchmark Pyramid Luxury & Lifestyle division. Additionally, The Westin Tampa Bay in Tampa, Florida, will join Pyramid Global Hospitality’s branded division.

“The expansion of Pyramid Global Hospitality’s portfolio supports our continued efforts to diversify our collection of assets in pursuit of becoming the manager of choice within our industry,” says Warren Fields, CEO of Pyramid Global Hospitality, in a prepared statement. “The addition of these remarkable U.S. properties is simply the latest in our continued chapter of growth and reaffirms our operational success over the last two years.”

Among the three California properties to join the collection, The Flamingo Resort & Spa is the ultimate tropical paradise set on a 10-acre campus, offering everything guests need to recharge, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, swimming pool, and spa. Ideal for exploring Sonoma Wine Country, The Sandman Hotel is a welcoming escape filled with eclectic, vintage accents garnished with pops of peach and navy. Hotel Paradox—Autograph Collection in Santa Cruz strikes the perfect balance between natural beauty and urban design with a bold blend of contradictions, whether guests are seeking ocean activities like surfing, a rugged mountain escape, or an urban hot spot.

The expansion will also extend the Pyramid Global Hospitality footprint into Rhode Island with the addition of the Preserve Sporting Club & Residences and the Wayfinder Newport Hotel. The Preserve Sporting Club & Residences is a one-of-a-kind retreat located on 3,500 acres, including an 18-hole golf course, tennis, zip lining, mountain biking, hiking, canoeing, and kayaking, as well as a rock-climbing wall, and 10 fly-fishing ponds. The Wayfinder Newport is an imaginative boutique hotel set to reopen this year, which was developed with local chefs, bartenders, artists, designers, and entrepreneurs to create a genuine homage to the destination.

Joining the Pyramid Global Hospitality collection in Florida, the Westin Tampa Bay is a stunning AAA Four Diamond waterfront hotel with magnificent views of the bay perfect for family fun in the sun or conference attendees looking to host one-of-a-kind social and business functions in the hotel’s event venues.