The ATC – Pacific Grove Hotel and Commercial Project incorporates reimagined elements of the original factory building coupled with a thoughtful design invoking the architecture and character of nearby Cannery Row.

Hotel Specifics

  • 222 Total Rooms which include:
    • 206 Guest Rooms
    • 16 Group and Family Rooms
    • 18 Lower-Cost Standard Visitor Accommodation Rooms
  • 247 valet-served parking spaces
  • Approximately 11,000 square feet of commercial and retail space
  • Approximately 6,500 square feet of dedicated meeting space


  • The hotel features a half-acre garden roof that is accessible to the public
  • It also features a publicly accessible park at the corner of Oceanview and Dewey
  • The green roof will help to reduce carbon emissions
  • The hotel and commercial space will strive to meet the US Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) at the Gold Level
  • The hotel will follow Green Hotelier recommendations
  • Sustainable hospitality program participation
  • Environmentally friendly packaging of guest amenities
  • Sustainability education for employees and information for guests

Exterior Water and Energy Conservation

  • The hotel features a rainwater catchment and greywater recycling systems
  • Captured water will be used for landscape irrigation reducing potable water use
  • Drought Tolerant plants will be utilized throughout the property
  • Water-Wise irrigation system meeting MAWA Guidelines
  • Green Roof provides natural insulation
  • Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
  • Solar Panels

Interior Water and Energy Conservation

  • Water Sense appliances throughout the property
  • Low-flow toilets and shower heads
  • Waterless Urinals
  • In-room water conservation signage
  • Automated Energy Management System
  • LED lighting
  • Energy Star energy efficient appliances

Green Hotelier Practices

  • Recyclable Hotel Products
  • Food Waste Reduction Program
  • Seafood Watch Program
  • Green cleaning products throughout the property
  • Locally sourced food and produce
  • Environmentally friendly packaging of guest amenities
  • Local vendor emphasis
  • Shuttle, ride share, and bicycle opportunities