With ski season not far off now, Timbers Resorts has revealed it is to take over from the Ritz-Carlton Club at Bachelor Gulch in Colorado.
The shared ownership resort specialists will begin managing and operating the property – which will be renamed -from November 1, making it the 13th property in the Timbers Collection.
David Burden, CEO and founder of Timbers Resorts, said: “As we continue to expand our portfolio, we couldn’t be more pleased to procure such a special and timeless property.
“We look forward to working closely with the HOA and its board to provide owners with the high-quality culture, service and hospitality that Timbers Resorts has become known for.”
Michael Mullenix, president of the RCC-BG Condominium Association, added: “As our club has been fully sold out and member controlled for years, the end of the existing management contract was a perfect opportunity to reaffirm our unique club strictly as a private residence club.
“After an extensive and exhaustive RFP process, followed by an overwhelming favourable vote for the change by our members, we felt hands down that Timbers Resorts was the right fit for our owners moving forward to return our club to its original vision.”
Subject to approval from the board, Timbers Resorts will embark on an extensive renovation of the property in 2014.
Current owners will receive membership in the Timbers Collection and will be enrolled in its reciprocity program which features locations across the US, Caribbean and Europe.