Expansions & Renovations

WCG Hotels Completes $14 Million Renovation of Walnut Creek Marriott

WALNUT CREEK, CA. September 11, 2017 - The Walnut Creek Marriott, in the heart of Northern California’s East Bay, recently completed a dramatic multi-year, $14 million renovation that infuses the hotel with modern design and upgrades.

“After working on this renovation for two years, we are eager to now share the experience with our guests,” said Eddie Adair, General Manager of the Walnut Creek Marriott, which is owned and managed by WCG Hotels. “No aspect of the hotel was left untouched as we upgraded and updated to provide a sleek, modern property with best-in-class services.”

Guest Rooms

The hotel’s 342 guest rooms were completely redone in a loft-style update.


The hotel’s A’Trio restaurant has been transformed into a Baja California fusion concept, overseen by Executive Chef Francisco Serrano. “We’ve aligned our dining options to better serve the on-the-go lifestyles of our guests,” explained Adair.

Meeting Space

The Walnut Creek Marriott offers more than 19,700 square feet of meeting space to accommodate up to 500 meeting attendees in 13 meeting rooms and 19 breakout spaces. State-of-the art technology upgrades include a new, lightning-fast wifi service (600 mbps) throughout the property.

About WCG Hotels

Windsor Capital Group, Inc. is a hotel management and development company that owns and operates full-service upscale branded hotels throughout the United States, flying the Embassy Suites and Marriott flags. It also runs Windsor Management Services, a top-performing hotel management company that customizes hotel management services to meet the needs of the properties. With more than 30 years of experience to call on, Windsor Management Services is known for unmatched results for its owners and unparalleled service for its guests delivered with a personal connection. For more information, visit windsormanagementservices.com and wcghotels.com or contact Paul Francisco, Chief Operating Officer at 310- 566-1100.

LeAnn Boucher

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