80/50 will turn into Auberge Residences


The 8050 will become Auberge Residences at Mammoth

Town of Mammoth Lakes Tourism Department reports that Auberge Resorts will expand into Mammoth Lakes.
Mammoth Lakes, Calif. (November 18, 2011) – Auberge Resorts, owners and operators of award- winning luxury resorts and private residence clubs throughout North America, has continued its expansion into ski country. The company announced that it will assume management of 80|50 Mammoth in Mammoth Lakes, Calif. on December 1, 2011, and rebrand it as the Auberge Residences at Mammoth. This newest addition to Auberge’s portfolio of exceptional resorts and residences includes 28 one, two, and three-bedroom luxury residences that will be available as both fractional ownership and rental units.
“We are excited to add Auberge’s signature touches to this already exceptional Mammoth property,” said Mark Harmon, Principal and Chief Executive Officer, Auberge Resorts. “2011 has seen us enter into management agreements with Telluride’s Auberge Residences at Element 52 as well as Aspen’s legendary Hotel Jerome, and we’re thrilled to be expanding our presence to some of the most acclaimed ski destinations in the United States.”
Auberge Resorts is a collection of exceptional hotels, resorts and private clubs, each with a unique personality that assures a memorable guest experience. Among the Auberge Collection of distinctive properties are: Auberge du Soleil, Napa Valley, Calif.; Calistoga Ranch, Napa Valley, Calif.; Solage Calistoga, Napa Valley, Calif; Encantado, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Esperanza, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; The Inn at Palmetto Bluff, Bluffton, S.C.; Rancho Valencia Resort and Spa, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.; Element 52, Telluride, Colo.; and the Hotel Jerome, Aspen, Colo., with several others currently in development. For more information about Auberge Resorts, please visit www.aubergeresorts.com.
For more information about Mammoth Lakes, visit www.VisitMammoth.com as well as on Facebook at “Visit Mammoth” and Twitter @VisitMammoth


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5 Responses to 80/50 will turn into Auberge Residences

  1. Ken Warner November 24, 2011 at 11:18 am #

    Woohoo! The same building with a new name!! Now that’s exciting news!!

    I’m sure that changing the name of 80/50 will help pay the forty two million dollars we owe to the 35 vultures that own MLLA.

    Mammoth Lakes was incorporated in 1984. And it only took our esteemed community leaders 20 years to take us to the brink of bankruptcy all the while promising unparalleled prosperity if we only build more fractional ownership hotels.

    And even with the fatal flaw of the towns economic model, there will be a bunch of people who think that the name change of a fractional ownership condominium hotel really means something.

    • Rob November 28, 2011 at 4:45 pm #

      Ken the owners of MLLA are not vultures, they are savvy business people. Your “not so savvy” elected officials should have never got the town involved.

      I would much rather have MLLA making my business decisions then the people you elected to run your town. I know you’re mad, but put the blame in the right place.

      • Ken Warner November 29, 2011 at 9:53 am #

        So “savvy” means that 35 people can screw 8000 people and be praised for their business acumen?

        Well, you are probably right that Americans worship success no matter how many people get screwed in the process.

        And you get your wish. MLLA is making the business decisions that will affect not only the whole town of Mammoth Lakes — as distinct from Mammoth Mountain as it can be — and the entire Mono County since Mammoth Lakes is the primary source of revenue for Mono County.

  2. downthecreek November 26, 2011 at 9:05 pm #

    Bring back the good old days and lets have a big party in the “mammoth town tent ”


  3. Steve November 27, 2011 at 3:06 pm #

    Its good to see the top 1% doing well. How about sending some of that bail out money to your fellow man that you look down upon everyday.


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