Curator adds six new members

Curator Hotel & Resort Collection has welcomed six new members to its portfolio of independent hotels and resorts. Spanning California, Vermont, Colorado and Hawaii, these destinations offer unique experiences with nature as a backdrop.

“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, 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.”

Jake Donoghue, CEO, Noble House Hotels & Resorts, added, “As a founding member of Curator with 18 properties in the collection, we have experienced firsthand the incredible value and many benefits that it provides for independents. 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 the collection:

  • Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa (La Jolla, CA), managed by Noble House Hotels & Resorts (shown above)
  • Gateway Canyons Resort (Gateway, CO), managed by Noble House Hotels & Resorts
  • Napa Valley Wine Train (Napa, CA), managed by Noble House Hotels & Resorts
  • Maui Beach Hotel (Kahului, HI), managed by Springboard Hospitality Group
  • Villa Florence (San Francisco), managed by Spire Hospitality
  • Topnotch Resort (Stowe, VT), managed by Spire Hospitality