At Regency, we take pride in managing an entire portfolio of successful and profitable hotels and resort properties all across America.
Construction has started on a project that will add more than four times the water volume to the outdoor pool area at Bridges Bay Resort, along with several new attractions.
Hospitality is what we do best at Regency, and it starts with our dedicated employees. We are proud to announce several deserving promotions within the Regency family.
Arrowwood Okoboji provides a free weekend getaway to families of children with cancer. They donate all 100 of their rooms the night of Sanford Children’s Miracle Network’s annual Making Waves for Children fundraiser.
When it was time for Salt Fork Lodge & Conference Center in Cambridge, Ohio to purchase new mattresses, they knew exactly what to do with their lightly-used ones—donate them.
At Regency, we look for ways to give back to our communities, both at home and abroad. That’s why it was a natural fit to partner with Clean the World, an organization that collects and donates soap worldwide.
Regency Hotel Management ranks in the top 2018 Management Companies.
We have a focus to increase direct bookings for our properties and invest in the resources needed to do that.
To continue setting ourselves apart, Regency decided it was time for a new look and improved website.
Park Place Hotel in Traverse City has plans for a new convention center and pool facility.
The Best Western Ramkota Hotel in Watertown has officially/legally changed its name to Ramkota Hotel & Watertown Event Center.
Maybe you’ve noticed more hotels giving their image a facelift. Hotel rebranding is not a new concept, but some new trends are emerging.
The ClubHouse Hotel & Suites in Sioux Falls was honored at the 2016 South Dakota Governor's Conference on Tourism.