Established in 1920, Hotel Atwater was the first hotel built by the Catalina Island Company under the ownership of William Wrigley Jr., who named the hotel after Helen Atwater Wrigley, wife of his son Philip Knight Wrigley. The newly-renovated hotel offers 95 rooms and suites that feature a fresh design and modern amenities, including mini-refrigerators, smart TVs, digital concierge tablets, luxurious linens, high-end fixtures and quality finishes throughout. The hotel’s welcoming lobby is a great place to gather for friendly conversation. An elevator, and meeting and event space further enhance the guest experience, making Hotel Atwater one of Catalina’s premier hotel destinations.
Guests at Hotel Atwater enjoy the following resort-style offerings for a requisite destination fee of $30 per room, per night.
$40 dining credit per night that can be used at any Catalina Island Company dining venue