Tommy Bahama is officially making its way to Indian Wells, California.
Recently, the clothing and gear brand announced it would work with Miramonte Resort & Spa in Indian Wells to reinvent the hotel as the Tommy Bahama Miramonte Resort & Spa.
Here’s a peak inside the upcoming Tommy Bahama resort
As the first Tommy Bahama resort, the destination will bring the Tommy Bahama lifestyle and design aesthetic to one epic property slate to open in late 2023. (The current hotel will remain fully open to guests throughout the renovation.) The updated Tommy Bahama Miramonte Resort & Spa will include a new restaurant concept and transformed bar experience alongside a new retail boutique and reimagined public spaces.
“This is a natural progression of the Tommy Bahama brand,” Doug Wood, CEO of Tommy Bahama, shared in a statement provided to Travel + Leisure. “We have been talking about the idea of a Tommy Bahama resort for decades and believe that our brand’s aesthetic, successful USD 100 million food and beverage business, and guest feedback support our brand’s evolution into new areas of the hospitality industry. The Tommy Bahama Miramonte Resort & Spa is a great way for us to extend our brand and give our guests the resort experience they are looking for.”
To bring the vision to life, the brand is partnering with Lowe, a commercial real estate investment company and operator that’s been working in the Coachella Valley for 50 years.
The property will offer 215 bespoke rooms, including 23 suites, some 35,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space, three sprawling pools, and signature treatments at its massive 12,000-square-foot spa. Of course, every inch of the resort will get the full Tommy Bahama treatment, so guests can expect plenty of laid-back charm, colourful prints, and an all-around leisurely retreat that you’ll leave feeling rejuvenated. Stay tuned to the hotel’s website for renovation details and be the first to book a stay here.
This story first appeared on www.travelandleisure.com
Main and Feature Image Credit: Nick Tortajada/VRX Studios/Courtesy of Tommy Bahama
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