Auberge Resorts

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Auberge Resorts LLC is a hospitality management company based in Mill Valley, California that owns the Auberge Resorts Collection brand. Auberge Resorts Collection consists of hotels, residences and membership clubs in the United States, Europe, Mexico and other international destinations..

History[edit]

A privately held family company, Auberge Resorts LLC was established in 1998, creating a hotel management and development company to further pursue the development of resort properties outside of its flagship Napa Valley, California resort, Auberge du Soleil. Since that time, Auberge Resorts Collection has grown to encompass properties in the Americas, Europe and Asia.

The Friedkin Group, led by Dan Friedkin of Houston, owns Auberge Resorts LLC. Craig Reid, previously President of Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts, is the President and CEO of Auberge Resorts LLC. Auberge Resorts Collection currently includes a portfolio of 17 properties with a number of additional projects in development and due to open in the next two years.

Corporate offices are located in Mill Valley, California, with regional offices in Los Angeles, New York City, Denver and London.

[1]==Resorts== The Auberge Resorts Collection portfolio consists of Auberge du Soleil, Calistoga Ranch and Solage, Napa Valley, California; Esperanza Resort and Chileno Bay Resort & Residences, Los Cabos, Mexico; Hotel Jerome, Aspen, Colorado; Madeline Hotel and Element 52, Telluride, Colorado; Malliouhana, Anguilla; Nanuku, Fiji; Mayflower Inn, Connecticut; Vanderbilt, Rhode Island; White Barn Inn, Maine; Auberge Beach Residences Fort Lauderdale; Lodge at Blue Sky, Park City, Utah and Grace Hotel Santorini.

Future Development[edit]

Future Auberge properties opening over the next two years include: Commodore Perry Estate, Austin, Texas; Mukul, Nicaragua; Bishop's Lodge, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Mauna Lani, Hawaii; Susurros del Corazón, Punta de Mita, Mexico; Etereo, Riviera Maya; Stanly Ranch, Napa Valley; Hacienda AltaGracia, Costa Rica; Sun Valley, Idaho; Marrakech, Morocco and St. Moritz, Switzerland.

References[edit]

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