Filed under: Luxury Travel & Hotels
Breaking info from the Dallas Morning News, it looks like lenders are looking to foreclosure on the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas, a massive 400-acre hotel, spa and golf club in Irving, Texas. The five-star resort has an over 430-room hotel, two restaurants, lounge bars, a TPC golf course and the finest sports club and spa in the Dallas area. Last summer the resort completed a $60 million project with a new sports bar, family pool, and tennis show-court.
U.S. Bank NA is has pushed for a foreclosure sale on February 2 to force repayment of a $183 million loan on the property. It's a huge foreclosure for the area and one that has been in the works for a while as the borrowers, BentleyForbes missed payments and tried to negotiate with lenders. BentleyForbes has owned the resort since 2006 and Four Seasons operates the facility. As is usually true in these cases there has been no alteration in the daily operations of the hotel. The resort is the latest in a series of hotel foreclosures around the nation.