Glen Ivy Hot Springs Resort
The thought of "an organic farm and cooking school" in a "wellness resort community".
Date: 9/10/2017 11:02:32 PM ( 36 d ) ... viewed 119 times
"GOCO Hospitality has acquired the 155-year-old Glen Ivy Hot Springs Resort in the Temescal Valley of Southern California.
As part of the deal, GOCO has also acquired an adjacent 65-acre plot next to the 20-acre hot springs and spa, where it plans to develop a world-class wellness resort community.
GOCO has plans to expand into a 90-room GOCO Retreat with a comprehensive wellness centre, medi-spa, organic farm and retail village, hiking trails, additional hot springs bathing zones, yoga academy, wedding chapel, banquet and meeting rooms, an education centre for holistic medicine and 125 residential units.
At the core of GOCO’s second-phase plan for a wellness community is a 75- to 100-room luxury GOCO Retreat Temescal Valley, a wellness retreat that could potentially also include a village of artists and craftsmen, an organic farm and cooking school, an amphitheater for entertainment and educational events, a special programme for children, and a spa-training academy."
GOCO is headquartered in Bangkok.
Years earlier an article reported:
“'Obviously, it would be better for the area if Glen Ivy was kept in local ownership,' said Corona City Councilman Eugene Montanez. 'I think it’s a huge asset for the region, not just Temescal Valley and Corona.'”
Apparently "local ownership" wasn't possible? How about "Community Supported Hot Springs"? At lease an "organic farm" could be a CSA. Maybe it's not too late for that!
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