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SunLand’s RV Resort Redo Will Have Feel of 5-Star Hotel

Originally Published in MotorHome Magazine

The floor of the 1,200-square-foot lobby will feature a mosaic of
tumbled marble, travertine and Vitoria Regia granite. The reception desk
will have a rich walnut finish and inlaid marble. Rattan seating and
bronze light sconces will give a homey feeling. No, this isn’t a
five-star luxury resort hotel. SunLand RV Resorts
is completing the first phase of a three-year, multimillion-dollar
improvement plan on its newly acquired 251-site Emerald Desert RV Resort
in the Southern California community of Palm Desert.

“When people arrive at Emerald Desert RV Resort, they will enjoy a
vacation resort experience as luxurious as any premier resort could
provide,” Deborah Elliott, a principal of San Diego-based ID Studios
Inc., who is overseeing the effort for SunLand, said in a news release.

La Jolla, Calif.-based SunLand is investing more than $1 million in
the improvements this summer to prepare for the arrival of snowbirds in
the fall.

Other improvements include enhancing the pool area and fitness center; and installing energy-efficient laundry facilities.

Plans for 2010 and 2011 call for new furnishings and décor for the
resort’s clubhouse and ballroom; a sports and entertainment lounge; and a
new pet park and grooming center. Special event catering services and
motorcoach washing and detailing services will also be added.

“We are committed to elevating Emerald Desert to become one of the
finest recreational vehicle resorts in the country, with unparalleled
amenities and the highest quality guest services,” said Reza Paydar,
president and CEO of La SunLand, which purchased Emerald Desert RV
Resort in June.

SunLand is one of the largest RV resort chains in California. It owns other resorts in Hemet, Escondido, La Mesa and El Cajon.

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