The $55 million renovation of both properties merged them as one complex, with guests of both hotels able to enjoy shared facilities.
We are committed to a long-term strategic plan,” said Sunriver Resort Managing Director Tom O’Shea “and we are pleased to have Skip leading our efforts to drive growth.”
The ranch also announced plans to renovate the 320 Steak House restaurant and the ranch’s 60 guest cabins. The makeover will take place this year and include new soft goods and bedding treatments.
Todd has over 15 years of experience, previously working at the Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole and the Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North.
"Our team worked hard in 2012 to provide the very best in creativity and service excellence for our clients. It is such an honor to be recognized by our peers and the destination management industry for our accomplishments," states Nicole Marsh, Arrangers President & CEO.
The new restaurant is part of the next evolution of The Sebastian-Vail’s once signature restaurant, Block 16.
The city of Wabasha will be home to the 20th Annual Grumpy Old Men Festival on February 23. The packed day will celebrate Grumpy Old Men with many movie-themed activities from morning till night.
The morning will consist of an ice fishing tournament while the afternoon will be packed with activities. Guests can choose from minnow races at the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), a Cribbage tournament, Bingo, sponsored by The American Legion, or Slippery’s Annual Texas Hold’em Tournament. Hockey games, one youth and one old timer’s, will also be played.
The shuttle runs between nine ski resorts on weekends and holiday weeks through March 31. This is the first time a free service like this has been used in the region.