• Community Service & Chaminade Resort Renovations in California

     
    POSTED March 21, 2017
     

    Impact Experiences

    <p>Impact Experiences</p>
  • Community Service & Chaminade Resort Renovations in California

     
    POSTED March 21, 2017
     

    Chaminade Resort & Spa

    <p>Chaminade Resort &amp; Spa</p>

Community Service in a Snap

Impact Experiences at The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe offer groups the opportunity to support causes that help people and the environment. On-property activities with the culinary team can be incorporated into lunch breaks, receptions and coffee breaks such as preparing regionally adapted dishes for donation to a local hunger relief organization, assembling school supplies and art materials in backpacks, preparing emergency preparedness kits for disaster relief, and designing and creating greetings cards for children. Off-site volunteer activities include working with the Sugar Pine Foundation to collect pine cones, plant trees and care for saplings to ensure reforestation of Lake Tahoe’s native sugar pine trees and surrounding woods. Another option is preserving the deep blue waters and shoreline of Lake Tahoe with the League to Save Lake Tahoe through monitoring invasive species, restoring trails and helping with water quality improvements. 

Chaminade Resort & Spa Completes Room Renovations

The historic, Mission-style Chaminade Resort & Spa in Santa Cruz, located on 300 acres in the Santa Cruz Mountains and overlooking Monterey Bay, has transformed its 156 guest rooms and suites and corridors with a style reflective of Santa Cruz’s artisan community and railroad and tanning industry heritage. One of the most mindful elements added to select guest rooms during the $7.9 million renovation are meditation alcoves for guests who routinely practice meditation, mindfulness and well-being when traveling. As a result, the property has introduced a new Mindful Meetings Package that includes guided meditation at the start and end of each day’s meeting, yoga stretching breaks, guided afternoon hikes on Chaminade’s three miles of nature trails, jasmine and chamomile tea and mindful menu selections. 

BACKGROUND: Twenty years ago, Steve and Jeanne Beckley were putting the final touches on the substantial improvement projects that made it possible to reopen the Glenwood Caverns and Historic Fairy Caves. The cave closed to the public during World War I more than 82 years prior.

 

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Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the luxury resort flies a new flag and continues its extraordinary service.