Hay Creek Hotels and Restaurants Adds Four Hotels to Their Management Portfolio

USA, Denver, Colorado. July 11, 2022

Hay Creek Hotels and Restaurants announces the addition of four more impressive properties to their expanding 34-hotel management portfolio, three of which are restoration projects- a specialty and founding pillar of the company. Additionally, two of their most recent historic properties, the Belvada and Mizpah Hotels in Nevada, have won 2022 Traveler's Choice Awards under their management.

"Striking the appropriate balance between preservation and innovation, and the celebration of the past while giving nod to the future is an art the Hay Creek Hotels and Restaurants has perfected as a steward of historic hotel properties for almost 20 years. We are humbled by the pursuit of our services in this area," states Norman MacLeod, Founder & President of Hay Creek Hotels and Restaurants.

Among the hotels added to their expanding portfolio are:

- The Stonebreaker is a complete restoration project of the Pratt Place Inn & Barn situated on 200+ acres of land in Fayetteville, AR that is scheduled to break ground in late July. Located just outside of downtown Fayetteville and within walking distance to the University of Arkansas, the project consists of an upper upscale, 63-room hotel, a best in market, stand-alone restaurant and bar, wellness spa, pool, meeting and conference facilities, a dedicated barn for weddings, a 4-acre outdoor concert and event venue as well as a private membership club. Hay Creek is collaborating with Specialized Real Estate Group on the concept, positioning and design of the hotel and its membership club and will operate the property upon completion in March 2024.

- Wilbur Mansion in Bethlehem, PA in which Hay Creek will be collaborating with Noble Investments/Family on this historic, 9 guest room mansion restoration project that will include an addition of a 225-person capacity, new build event space and will operate the property upon its opening scheduled for late summer/early fall 2022.

- Lodge at Schroon Lake located in the Adirondack Region in Schroon Lake. Hay Creek will work in collaboration with Spring City Development on the historic restoration of the former Word of Life compound, which was originally constructed as the Brown Swan Club, an upscale exclusive lodge in 1920's. The property is one hour north of Saratoga and four hours north of NYC and is situated on 36 acres overlooking Schroon Lake with 121 guest rooms along with stand-alone chalets and cabins, 10,000 square foot restaurant, 600-seat theatre, meeting and conference facilities, indoor & outdoor pools, private beach and lakeside dockage for 30+ boats. Construction is scheduled to begin July and will include future cabin expansion, glamping sites and a planned dock with F&B/bar facility. Opening is slated for July 2023.

- Horizon Hotel is situated in the heart of Flushing Queens, NY, close to the home of the US Open's Flushing Meadows Tennis Facility. Hay Creek will also be working closely with Stonehill Taylor Interior Design and New Land Development on concept, design and positioning and will manage operations for the planned opening in May 2025. This upper- upscale property will have 202 guest rooms and suites, 150 residential condominiums, 200-person ballroom, upscale retail space, and a number of bistros, bars and full-service restaurants with city views.

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