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Half Moon Bay Lodge aims for small meetings

Courtesy Half Moon Bay Lodge

HALF MOON BAY, Calif. — Half Moon Bay Lodge, an 80-room upscale hotel that specializes in small meetings and retreats, has completed a full renovation.

The northern California hotel spent $1.5 million to renovate its guest rooms and lobby and to add meeting space. The hotel has six meeting rooms, from 450 to 900 square feet, for groups of 60 or fewer.

Among the new spaces is a 450-square-foot breakout room that was previously a guest room. A 400-square-foot covered and climate-controlled patio was added directly off the 900-square-foot Club Room. The patio has roll-down shades, a fire pit, lounge furniture and a view of the Half Moon Bay Golf Links.

“Half Moon Bay Lodge’s renovation is part of an ongoing companywide initiative to enhance guest experiences,” said Matt Marquis, Pacifica president. “By marrying the beauty and relaxed energy of Half Moon Bay with all new accommodations and added amenities and services, we hope to be the go-to destination for small meetings and corporate retreats in the San Francisco Bay area.”

Half Moon Bay Lodge is easily reached from Silicon Valley, San Francisco and Highway 1. In addition to Half Moon Bay Golf Links, guests can visit the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, which offers up-close views of the region’s sea life, and the Seahorse Ranch, known for coastal trail rides. The hotel is an alternative to the nearby Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay, which caters primarily to larger groups.