In addition to a complete redesign of the interior, renovation included the addition of new dining and entertainment spaces, a multipurpose alfresco kitchen and an extensive new bar.
The Reserve Club – a private club in California’s Coachella Valley – has unveiled its clubhouse renovation.
“We are thrilled to reopen our clubhouse this week,” said Bill Lane, Club President, The Reserve. “It was a significant effort to complete the renovation in about nine months. We are very grateful to all who participated in this project and to our members for their support and patience during the process. I know we all look forward to enjoying our new surroundings for many years to come.”
The 30,000-square-foot, Tuscan-style clubhouse took more than a year of design and construction, at a cost of $10 million.
The clubhouse transformation includes a complete redesign of the interior, additions of new dining and entertainment experiences, and architectural renovations encompassing a multipurpose alfresco kitchen, extensive new bar and casual spaces, and improved special event areas.
The new dining and social spaces highlight the club’s views of the Coachella Valley, surrounding mountain ranges, and Tom Weiskopf/Jay Morrish-designed golf course. Larger, more contemporary windows and doors connect the outdoors with in, while opening onto newly expanded patios.
“The Reserve Club’s renovation accomplished the goal of embracing its high standard of luxury and active lifestyle,” said Ted Mertens, Mayor, City of Indian Wells. “As one looks around this clubhouse, what is most impressive is the renovation truly brings the outdoors ‘inside’ allowing members to enjoy the spectacular mountain and Coachella Valley vistas for many years to come. Congratulations on finalizing such a magnificent project.”
The club also recently revitalized its golf course irrigation system. Outfitting the course with the latest irrigation technology provides optimal playing conditions while reducing water use.
The Reserve Club is featured in the Club & Resort Business February 2019 cover story.