Expansions & Renovations

Two Roads Hospitality Completes Final Phase of Multi-Million Dollar Renovation and Rebranding of Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa in California

INDIAN WELLS, CA. SEPTEMBER 25, 2017 - Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa announces the completion of an $8 million property-wide renovation, marking the end of a multi-year makeover and rebranding project that included joining the Curio Collection by Hilton in December 2016.

Located in the heart of California’s Coachella Valley, Miramonte is situated at the base of the Santa Rosa Mountains and is the ideal jumping off point for experiencing all the adventure and relaxation available in the surrounding desert oasis. The property’s renovation project spanned several phases beginning with the guest rooms, suites and outdoor social spaces. Most recently, the lobby, bar, restaurant, meeting spaces and award-winning Well Spa received an overhaul.

“We are looking forward to ushering in this new era at Miramonte with the completion of our renovation,” said Matthew La Vine, General Manager at Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa. “After going through several iterations over the decades, this property now truly reflects its home here in the Coachella Valley, a destination full of adventure and culture that is waiting to be rediscovered.”

About Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa

Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa is an intimate desert oasis created for the independent-minded traveler. The 215-room resort provides an easy escape to a world of approachable sophistication. Miramonte features the award-winning Well Spa, reimagined bar and lounge concept Tavern at Citrus & Palm, the re-named farm-to-table restaurant Citrus & Palm, a 24-hour fitness center, access to premier golf and tennis and much more. For more information on Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa, visit www.miramonteresort.com Follow us on Twitter, Instagram or like us on Facebook.

About Curio – A Collection by Hilton

Curio – A Collection by Hilton ™ (curio.com), launched in 2014, is a global set of hand-picked upscale hotels that meet independent-minded travelers’ desire for local discovery and authentic experiences, all while providing the quiet reassurance and support of the Hilton name and its award-winning Hilton Honors program. Discover the collection’s latest stories at news.curio.com and connect with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or inquire about development opportunities at hiltonworldwide.com/development.

About Two Roads Hospitality

Created in September 2016, Two Roads Hospitality is an international lifestyle company encompassing an unrivaled collection of distinctive properties, passionate people, and remarkable experiences around the globe. The company is named for the newly-merged Commune and Destination Hotels, bringing together over 40 years of combined expertise exclusively dedicated to the boutique and lifestyle space. Comprised of Joie de Vivre Hotels, Thompson Hotels, Destination Hotels, tommie and Alila Hotels & Resorts, the company is the leading operator of independent and lifestyle hotels with more than 95 properties in eight countries and growing, also boasting an extensive roster of award-winning restaurants and bars, stunning vacation residences, world-class golf courses, and indigenous spa and wellness offerings. For more information on Two Roads Hospitality, visit www.tworoadshotels.com, follow us on Twitter (@TwoRoadsHotels), or like us on Facebook.

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