Aviara Resort Is Now Park Hyatt Aviara

by The Editors on June 21, 2010

Aviara-PoolAfter more than a year of disputing between resort owner Broadreach Capital and Four Seasons Resorts (something we called the Battle of Aviara) Carlsbadistan’s Aviara Resort officially became the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort yesterday, according to a story in the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Hyatt Hotels Corp. representatives insist that guests at the 329-room resort will notice no difference after the Aviara becomes a Park Hyatt, which is the Hyatt chain’s upscale, contemporary brand. All signage will be changed during the first two days of the changeover, they said. . . “We are thrilled to be managing one of California’s most beautiful resorts,” Chuck Floyd, Hyatt’s chief operating officer for North America, said in a news release. “Park Hyatt Aviara Resort will be a wonderful addition to our luxury Park Hyatt portfolio and Hyatt Resort properties worldwide.”

It will take a while to get things straightened out. A Google search for “Aviara Resort” still returns a list of links to the Four Season’s webpage which “regrets to inform you that the resort is no longer managed by Four Season Resorts and Hotels” but does not offer a link to the new site. It does, however, offer links to other Four Season’s properties. We’re sure the Park Hyatt Aviara wil eventually begin showing up properly.

We have more questions, but we’ll have more info after we give the new Hyatt a test run.

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