On Monday, June 15, Pebble Beach Resorts will reopen its doors to overnight guests, marking a major milestone in the legendary destination’s phased return to full operations as COVID-19 restrictions ease in California.

The Lodge at Pebble Beach and The Inn at Spanish Bay will both begin welcoming guests on June 15, after the Resort’s first closure in its over 100-year history. The hotels will not be alone in reopening on June 15 as The Links at Spanish Bay, all pro shops, and several more dining venues will also reopen.

These facilities join Pebble Beach Golf Links, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, The Bench, Tap Room, Gallery Café, 17-Mile Drive, and a selection of retail outlets already open.

For travelers eager for fresh air and open spaces after months under stay-at-home orders, Pebble Beach Resorts is a natural choice, thanks to its idyllic setting on Carmel Bay, legendary golf, and miles of hiking and equestrian trails. 

“We are delighted to welcome hotel guests back to Pebble Beach as we continue to work towards our full reopening,” said CEO Bill Perocchi. “On May 4, we opened Pebble Beach Golf Links and Spyglass Hill Golf Course following a strict set of social distancing and sanitization guidelines.  After the successful reopening of these two iconic golf courses, we have methodically opened a few additional facilities at a time, making sure that each opening was executed perfectly before moving to the next. The openings occurring on June 15 are no different as we have spent countless hours preparing for our hotels to reopen with enhanced cleaning, sanitization and social distancing guidelines.”

Pebble Beach Resorts has implemented a comprehensive health, safety and social distancing program that addresses the needs of today’s environment and is designed with a singular purpose – to help ensure the health and safety of every guest and employee while not compromising the Pebble Beach experience. These procedures were informed by guidance from leading healthcare and industry organizations and were reviewed by a leading infectious disease specialist. A summary of the new procedures is available on its website.

 

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