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Dolce Hayes Mansion
Glorious resort with an exhaustive array of indoor and outdoor activities.
This Spanish-Mediterranean style compound, with its red tiled roofs and white stucco arches, was built in 1905 but extensively renovated in 1994. It now houses 33,000 square-feet of total meeting space, which includes an elegant 6,600 square-foot ballroom. The property's four dining options range from a formal buffet to a cozy pub with billiards. A popular place for meetings and group retreats, the staff will plan team-building seminars or any other activity your group may need. Outdoor amenities include basketball and tennis courts, a sand volleyball pit, and a 20-acre woodland park. The 214 guestrooms are stylish and clean but much the same as any corporate hotel. Well-equipped suites, however, have unique décor, more reminiscent of an upscale home than a hotel room. Ranging up to 2,000 square-feet, each offers a full entertainment center with a VCR and video conferencing hookup.
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