Temecula Valley, CA., Sept. 15, 2017 – Pechanga Resort & Casino just doubled down with a $285 million expansion, set to open late December this year. Just minutes from downtown Temecula’s Old Town and Temecula Valley Wine Country, visitors are encouraged to skip the lengthy commute to Las Vegas and explore the world-class entertainment, AAA Four Diamond Resort lodging and amenities, massive 200,000 square foot casino floor, luxurious spa, award-winning golf, and curated cuisines of Pechanga Resort and Casino. Continue reading “Place your Bets on Pechanga Resort & Casino’s $285 Million Renovation”
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From Feb. 1, Cedric Gobilliard will head the division, which comprises the Jo&Joe youth hostel brand and AccorHotels’ stakes in Germany’s 25hours Hotels and France’s MamaShelter brands. Continue reading “AccorHotels creates lifestyle division for boutique brands”
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – December 22, 2016 – El San Juan Hotel is pleased to announce that it will open its doors as part of Curio – A Collection by Hilton TM to travelers and locals alike on February 5th, 2017. Following a property-wide multi-million-dollar renovation, one of the most extensive completed at the property since its inception in 1958, the highly anticipated reopening will debut the majority of the updates made to the iconic San Juan property. The new look designed by Jeffery Beers, one of the top hotel and restaurant designers in the world, will include completely remodeled guest rooms, a new pool, 22 luxury cabanas, a new fitness center and spa facilities, modern meeting spaces, new restaurants, upgraded shops and a modernized rendition of its legendary lobby that effortlessly weaves its iconic features with state of the art design. Continue reading “El San Juan Hotel to Join Curio – A Collection by Hilton Following Multi-Million Dollar Renovation”
NEW YORK – Trans World Corporation (“TWC” or the “Company”) (OTCQB: TWOC), a premier owner and operator of casinos and hotels in Europe, today announced that, on December 21, 2016, it acquired, through its subsidiary Trans World Hotels Germany GmbH (“TWHG”), the Lindner Sport & Aktivhotel Kranichhöhe (“Lindner Hotel”), a business and recreational hotel property located in Much, Germany, which is approximately 19 miles northeast of Bonn.
The hotel had been operating successfully under the banner of Lindner Hotels & Resorts for approximately ten years. TWC will operate the hotel under its Trans World Hotels (“TWH”) brand and has planned renovations to upgrade the property to four-stars from its current three-star rating. TWC intends to rename the property “Hotel Kranichhöhe” and continue to employ all employees of the former Lindner Hotel. Continue reading “Trans World Corporation Acquires Lindner Hotel, Conference and Recreation Center in Much, Germany”
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After a long day spent strolling down local trails or a playing a few rounds of golf, there’s perhaps no better way to unwind on a quintessential country escape than retreating to an elegant farmhouse-inspired haven. Drawing inspiration from humble country inns, these sophisticated hotels are as luxurious as they are unpretentious. From airy cottages with colorful floral bouquets and quirky woodwork to storied ranch retreats with antique grandfather clocks and locally crafted furniture, these destinations will teleport you to a calmer state of being. But there will be no Buddha statues or reflection ponds in sight—this vacation will be effortless, subtle, and unassuming in a way that only a farmhouse’s rustic charm could conjure.
Twin Farms, Barnard, Vermont
You’ll have a hard time prying yourself away from the 20 cottages that dot the picturesque wooded landscape at Twin Farms. Each whimsical lodge strikes the perfect balance of elegant yet laid-back, with features like wood-burning fireplaces, sunken bathtubs, and even a patio tucked away in the treetops. From $1,500/night (includes meals and alcohol); twinfarms.com
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Big Sky, Montana, November 17, 2016 – Far from the icy urban pavements, gray skies and blizzard warnings of many American cities, lies a magical place where winter is the spectacular season it is meant to be. In Big Sky Country, the ski slopes are uncrowded, pristine mountains outline the valleys under a brilliant sky and fish are still running in the cold waters of the Gallatin River. Yellowstone National Park is open and marking the 100th anniversary of the US National Park Service. And at the historic 320 Guest Ranch, an array of winter packages celebrate the season with terrific rates and activities indoors and out that offer something for everyone. Guests can enjoy sleigh rides, dog sledding, fishing, visits to Yellowstone and a thrilling ride on the Adventure Zip Line at Big Sky. Nearby ski slopes beckon, and guests who prefer more indoor-oriented activities can visit Big Sky or Bozeman for local spas, specialty shops and museums.
Set in Montana’s magnificent Gallatin Mountain Range, the 320 Guest Ranch offers an authentic experience of the American West. Accommodations are in spacious and charmingly rustic cabins with all modern comforts, including fully-equipped kitchens and some with wood-burning fireplaces. Dining options range from casual cookouts to sophisticated Western fare.
320 Guest Ranch Winter 2017 Packages
Winter Fun Package
The Winter Fun package provides great outdoor activities and a sumptuous meal after a busy day. The package includes three nights lodging, one dinner in the 320 Steakhouse, sleigh ride, Adventure Zip Line at Big Sky, and a half-day Walk & Wade Fishing Trip.
From $1329 in a Deluxe Log Cabin with 2 Queen Beds. From $1560 in the historic McGill Cabin, and from $1733 in a Mountain Chalet. Additional adult, $469. Additional child, $439
Celebrate Snow Package
The 320 Ranch celebrates the brilliant snows of Big Sky Country with four nights’ lodging, a bottle of wine in room, a half-day dog sledding trip, a trip via Snowcoach to Old Faithful, a sleigh ride, and one dinner in the 320 Steakhouse
From $1369 in a Deluxe Log Cabin with 2 Queen Beds. From $1908 in a Mountain Chalet, and from $1677 in the historic McGill Cabin. Additional adult, $380. Additional child, $345.
Love is in the winter air with one night’s lodging, fresh flowers in room, dinner for two with wine in the 320 Steakhouse and a horse-drawn sleigh ride under starry skies.
From $404 in a Deluxe Log Cabin with 2 Queen Beds. From $481 in the historic McGill Cabin, and from $539 in a Mountain Chalet.
Sleigh & Stay
Sleigh bells ring out in the mountains and valleys of Big Sky Country with this package that includes one night’s lodging, a horse-drawn sleigh ride and dinner for two in the steakhouse.
From $320 in a Deluxe Log Cabin with 2 Queen Beds. From $397 in the historic McGill Cabin, and from $455 in a Mountain Chalet. Additional adult $95, additional child $65.
Big Sky Country is known for its innovative local cuisine and the menu at the 320 Steakhouse showcases top-grade Montana beef and wild game. The Gourmet Getaway features one night’s lodging and dinner in the 320 Steakhouse with a bottle of wine.
From $275 in a Deluxe Log Cabin with 2 Queen Beds. From $352 in the historic McGill Cabin, and from $410 in a Mountain Chalet. Additional adult, $60. Additional child, $40.
All packages are valid January 4, 2017-March 11, 2017. Prices are based double adult occupancy.
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Montana’s premier year-round ranch destination, the 320 Guest Ranch is a historic property situated along two miles of the famed Gallatin River near Big Sky, Montana. Begun in 1898, the 320 Guest Ranch offers 87 sleeping rooms within 58 luxurious and modern cabin accommodations, log homes and mountain chalets. Many accommodations feature wood-burning fireplaces. The property offers superb dining at the 320 Ranch Steak House, with an emphasis on big game cuisine exquisitely prepared. The 320 Saloon is perfect for after-hours activities.
The ranch provides facilities and concierge support services for events, social and leisure activities. Close to world-class downhill and cross country skiing at Big Sky Resort, 320 Guest Ranch offers a full range of seasonal recreational activities, such as horseback riding, trail hiking, rafting, sightseeing, mountain climbing, fly fishing (some of the world’s best), hayrides, sleigh rides, snowmobiling, and many more.
On staff are experienced wranglers and horse experts, as well as a team of professionals who can assist in making a guest’s experience highly memorable. The property is located 12 miles from Big Sky, 5 miles from the boundary of Yellowstone National Park and 52 miles from Bozeman, Montana, and the Gallatin Field Airport. To learn more about 320 Guest Ranch, visit www.320Ranch.com.
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 16, 2016 – A $16 million Staybridge Suites recently opened at 25 Progress Parkway in Maryland Heights, Mo. The 122-room all-suites hotel will be managed by Midas Hospitality, a premier hotel management group. The hotel was built by Midas Hospitality’s sister company MC Hotel Construction, a general contractor specializing in new hotel construction and renovations.
Staybridge Suites offers both one and two bedroom suites for its guests. The hotel provides fully equipped kitchens, state-of-the-art fitness center, an indoor swimming pool and plenty of amenities including free laundry facilities and complimentary breakfast.
“With the full kitchens and all-suites layout, the Staybridge Suites-Maryland Heights is perfect for the extended stay and transient guest visiting the Maryland Heights/Westport Plaza area,” said Kurt Furlong, Midas Hospitality’s Principal and Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “The hotel is the epitome of convenience with easy access to Interstates 70 and 270. The hotel’s location sits proximate to the many nearby corporations including the expansive Edward Jones’ North Campus.”
Founded in 2006, Midas Hospitality has developed, opened and currently manages numerous properties including 27 hotels in 11 states. The company serves global brands including Hilton, IHG, Marriott, and Starwood. Midas Hospitality’s headquarters are located at 1804 Borman Circle Dr. in Maryland Heights, Mo. For more information, call (314) 692-0100 or visit http://www.midashospitality.com.
Tel: (314) 692-0100
Midas Hospitality Central Office
1804 Borman Circle Drive, Ste 100
St. Louis, MO 63146