HVMG to manage California's Borrego Springs Resort

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Hospitality Ventures Management Group of Atlanta signed a management contract to operate the Borrego Springs Resort & Spa in Borrego Springs, Calif.

The 100-room hotel was acquired by Borrego Nazareth, and is a full-service golf and spa resort located in the Anza-Borrego Desert near the Santa Rosa Mountains. The property is located near Palm Springs, San Diego and Los Angeles. Each guestroom and suite includes outdoor seating on a private terrace or balcony.

“The Borrego Springs Resort & Spa marks the sixth independent full-service hotel and second hotel in Southern California to be managed by HVMG,” said Robert S. Cole, president and CEO of HVMG. “With most industry experts predicting that overall occupancy and room rates will continue to grow but at a much slower rate, the real opportunity for savvy owners at this phase of the cycle is to maximize profitability through improved operations and service delivery, aggressive and distinctive revenue management and marketing and a laser focus on costs and margins."

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The hotel is also host to the Arches Restaurant and Lounge and the Serenity Spa, which has its own swimming pool and private cabanas. Guests also have access to an 18-hole golf course. In addition, the resort has more than 5,000 square feet of meeting space, which can accommodate up to 250 guests in a meeting format, or up to 150 guests for weddings and other social events.

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