Sunray Group acquired Hockley Valley Resort
Sunray Group of Hotels ıns has acquired Ontario’s 299 acre Hockley Valley Resort and Adamo Estate Winery from Adamo family. Financial details were undiclosed.
Colliers International Hotels represented the vendor, Hockley Valley Resort Limited and LJP Corporation, in the transaction.
According to a news in Renx, Kenny Gibson said that Sunray became interested in the resort because of its unique offering and close proximity to Toronto.
He added, “We see an opportunity to enhance the resort and winery through capital improvements in the guest rooms and through increased marketing efforts. The resort is unique in that not only is there golf, skiing and a spa, but an award-winning winery. Hockley Valley Resort complements our existing portfolio very well.”
The property has gone through several significant expansions and renovations and now offers 104 guest rooms and suites, 16,100 square feet of meeting space, three farm to table restaurants with two patios, four additional F&B outlets, an 18 hole golf course, a 15 run ski and snowboarding hill, and an 8,000 square foot spa.
In addition, Sunray’s initial plans for the resort include an uprage to the existing rooms. Besides, the company is considering an expansion to accommodate more visitors. They plan to renovate the guest rooms. In addition, they are exploring an expansion by adding additional guest rooms in the future.
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