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The Westin Mission Hills is changing its name to the Westin Rancho Mirage Golf Resort & Spa – Hospitality Net

Following a multi-million dollar renovation, The Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort & Spa has officially changed its name to The Westin Rancho Mirage Golf Resort & Spa. When the resort was built in 1987, the tourist powerhouse of the Coachella Valley was Palm Springs, which is why the hotel was not originally named for its location in Rancho Mirage. Since the resort’s inception, Rancho Mirage has flourished as a tourist destination in its own right. As the hotel prepares to complete its $15 million property-wide renovation, they felt the time was right for a name change to reflect the destination the resort calls home, Rancho Mirage.

With this transformation, The Westin is creating a whole new tranquil atmosphere on the property, weaving wellness throughout the resort experience. The resort’s new Spa and Wellness Manager integrates wellness through unique in-room spa offerings, healthy restaurant menu options, new treatments, and incorporates wellness activities and classes in complex programming. The Westin has always aligned with a cutting-edge wellness brand, focused on the pillars of Sleep Well, Move Well, Eat Well, Play Well and Work Well, and with this renovation they are extending it beyond the single hot tub.

About the Westin Rancho Mirage Golf Resort & Spa

The Westin Rancho Mirage Golf Resort & Spa is a 512-room AAA Four-Diamond resort nestled in the heart of the Coachella Valley. Spread over 365 acres, the Palm Springs area resort offers spacious rooms and suites, over 130,000 square feet of outdoor space for events and meetings, a championship golf course, a spa and wellness experience. -to be reinvented, twelve pickleball courts, three tennis courts, three swimming pools, two waterslides, a bowling alley and an arcade and several dining options, including the signature Italian restaurant, Pinzimini.