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[[File:Catherine 2014.png|450px|thumbnail|right|<center>Catherine Hotel being torn down, Santa Catalina Island, 2014. </center>]]
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<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Catherine Hotel, Santa Catalina Island'''</span>, 708 Crescent Avenue, Avalon, is not to be confused with the Hotel St. Catherine once located at Descanso Beach.
 
<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Catherine Hotel, Santa Catalina Island'''</span>, 708 Crescent Avenue, Avalon, is not to be confused with the Hotel St. Catherine once located at Descanso Beach.
  
  
The Catherine Hotel was purchased by the Catalina Island Conservancy in 2012 to significantly upgrade the experience for Avalon visitors and Island residents who seek information about Catalina's unique plants and animals, conservation efforts, or who want to experience the interior. No construction date has been announced.
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The Catherine Hotel was purchased by the Catalina Island Conservancy in 2012 to significantly upgrade the experience for Avalon visitors and Island residents who seek information about Catalina's unique plants and animals, conservation efforts, or who want to experience the interior. The hotel was torn down in 2014 to make way for a new Catalina Conservancy Visitor Center.

Revision as of 14:03, 22 July 2016

Catherine Hotel, Santa Catalina Island.
Catherine Hotel being torn down, Santa Catalina Island, 2014.


Catherine Hotel, Santa Catalina Island, 708 Crescent Avenue, Avalon, is not to be confused with the Hotel St. Catherine once located at Descanso Beach.


The Catherine Hotel was purchased by the Catalina Island Conservancy in 2012 to significantly upgrade the experience for Avalon visitors and Island residents who seek information about Catalina's unique plants and animals, conservation efforts, or who want to experience the interior. The hotel was torn down in 2014 to make way for a new Catalina Conservancy Visitor Center.