by Michael J. Shapiro | April 23, 2018
The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay, a 261-room spa and golf resort on the Northern California coast, has unveiled a number of new venues for planners. The luxury resort has debuted two new meeting spaces and completely renovated all of its existing event space, totaling 35,000 square feet of refreshed and new space.
 
The Bay Area resort now has 20 indoor and outdoor venues. Among them are the new 1,691-square-foot Pescadero room, which can accommodate from 30 to 210 attendees, and the 675-square-foot Moss Beach room, able to host 24 to 50 attendees. 
 
Among the renovated spaces are the Observatory, which offers 900 square feet with stunning views of the Pacific, and the 1,100-square-foot Miramontes Room, with an adjacent oceanfront terrace and a capacity of 30 to 100 attendees.
 
The overall design aesthetic of the resort aims to reflect the rugged natural beauty of Half Moon Bay. Carpet colors, inspired by shades of the ocean, sunsets and marine plant life, complement silver and gray wall coverings. Paintings and other artwork throughout the property offer modern interpretations of ocean life, beaches and the coastline.
 
A dedicated conference concierge is on-hand to facilitate special events. The property features two championship golf courses as well.