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Hotel Woodland

The Story of The Historic Hotel Woodland

The Historic Hotel Woodland was originally designed by prominent Bay Area architect W.H. Meeks in 1928. For decades, the hotel provided luxury accommodations to visitors and commercial businesses. In 1997, a group of local business people orchestrated the renovation of the landmark hotel, restoring its Spanish Colonial Revival Architecture through painstaking preservation, for which the group was awarded recognition from then Governor Pete Wilson for their steadfast commitment to Downtown Revitalization. The unique architecture, artwork, sculpture, alcoves, shaded patio and graceful fountain were meticulously preserved, returning the building to its original grandeur. A multitude of original, hand-painted wooden stencil designs adorn the ceilings and beams, as evidence to the 1,185 days and 7.5 million dollars spent on reconstruction and modernization.

Designated as a National Historic Landmark, Hotel Woodland has been a favorite event venue for thousands of partygoers for more than a decade. We know you will enjoy the personality of Historic Hotel Woodland and the old-time elegance that it will lend to your special event.