DOWNTOWN HOTEL PROJECT
Located in the Downtown Winters and occupying a full city block is a new three-story, 70-room boutique hotel, with 10,500 square feet of commercial spaces located along its frontage. Groundbreaking took place in 2018 with completion in early 2020.
“It’s the last key ingredient to making downtown Winters a destination,” said Cole Oganda, a fourth-generation Winters resident and proprietor of the Preserve Public House, which opened in 2011. “I hear all the time that people would come here more often and for longer if they had a place to stay.”
One thing the city has been lacking, however, is a larger place for visitors to stay. Refusing to sprawl along the nearby Interstate 505 corridor, until recently, when the Fairfield Inn was approved along I-505, the city lacked any hotels. Those wanting to stay overnight often have to drive 20 minutes to nearby Davis or Vacaville.