Sader Hospitality Worldwide, LLC, a hospitality management company in Los Angeles, CA, announced today that The Imperial Palms Resort at the Barbara Worth will complete a series of luxurious and modern renovations spearheaded by the hotel’s new management group Sader Hospitality Worldwide and its CEO Ghassan J. Sader. Renovations will take place in a 3-part series throughout the next two years with a forecasted completion of 2017. Guests can expect updated rooms that will provide even greater comfort along with improvements to different areas of the hotel including the restaurant and golf course.
Phase 1 of the renovations will be focused on updating the hotel’s rooms and include brand new accommodations and amenities. Renovations to the boutique hotel’s rooms have already begun and will be completed by December 2016. Phase 2 will focus on Food & Beverage, and both the Fields Restaurant and Caddies Sports Tavern will be included. Guests can expect some exciting changes to both the facilities and the menus. Phase 3 will see updates to the well-known Barbara Worth Golf Course to give golfers a premiere golfing experience. Both Phase 2 and 3 are will be completed by December 2017. “Not only do we aim to provide exceptional service, we want our guests to have the absolute best experience when staying with us. These renovations align with this goal and we are excited to unveil all of the new changes,” says Ghassan J. Sader.
Since 1926, the Imperial Palms Resort at Barbara Worth has catered to guests and offered a unique experience unlike anywhere in the Imperial Valley. In the mid-1920s, Southern California was on the rise and the Imperial Valley was making a name for itself. Barbara Worth is based off of the fictional character from the 1911 best selling novel, The Winning of Barbara Worth by Harold Bell Wright, which told the story of the cool and sophisticated rancher’s daughter, Barbara Worth. Her attention was being vied for by a local cowboy and out of town engineer. The novel went onto become a critically acclaimed film in 1926, starring Gary Cooper and with parts of the movie being filmed here in the Imperial Valley. The “can do” attitude of Barbara Worth and her love of the land can still be found today on the grounds of our resort and in the attitude of our friendly staff.
Sader Hospitality Worldwide was awarded the contract to manage the Imperial Palms Resort at Barbara Worth on June 1, 2015. Within just the first year of working with the hotel, Ghassan J. Sader, and his team were able to successfully double the business of the hotel. The great success of the new management group has given the Imperial Palms Resort at Barbara Worth the opportunity to provide the excellent renovations that will soon grace the property. Sader Hospitality Worldwide is a privately owned hospitality management group that employs a dedicated team committed to bringing success to every hotel they work with. The management group specializes in the turnaround of hotels, resorts, castles, golf courses, and restaurants regardless of the type of class or of hospitality assets.