The multi-phase improvement plan of the Pheasant Run Resort reaches a new milestone with the completion of the spacious guest lobby renovations and guest room upgrades. The DuPage Airport Authority and ownership of Pheasant Run Resort recently came to an agreement regarding the Authority’s eminent domain claim which reduces the amount of resort land involved and ensures the ongoing operation of the resort into the future and the enhancement of the resort continues.
Pheasant Run Resort began as an actual working farm and expanded organically. Today, the designers’ intent is to give the property an overall feeling of openness highlighted by natural finishes, neutral color palettes, and pops of modern color to offer freshness to the design.
In the new lobby, the design and materials welcome guests with an eclectic mix of farm house tables blended with modern furniture for an up to date look. Guests will find rustic furniture with leather accents with serene color palettes throughout the spacious lobby. The design team took inspiration from the past and added sparkle for an upscale elegance. All of the Tower guest rooms have been rejuvenated including linens, draperies, flooring and wall coverings that offer a fresh, streamlined look outshined only by the gorgeous views, verdant golf course and rolling country landscape.
As part of the overall plan, development of land parcels along North Avenue into The Shops at Pheasant Run will be moving forward. JLL (Jones Lang LaSalle) will handle sales of three to twenty acres for commercial and retail development in this viable corridor that will introduce new business opportunities contributing jobs, amenities and services along Route 64 for area residents, visitors and resort guests.
Since 2013, the investment group and management company, Hostmark Hospitality Group have invested millions in property and facility upgrades including a new exterior building façade, flooring, lighting and HVAC systems in the 33,000 square foot Mega Center, and improvements to the property’s infrastructure, exterior landscaping and signage. Recently, Vera Voce Theater brought its productions to the theater stage. The resort welcomes over 100,000 visitors each year to its Mega Center, theater, and dining outlets, including Harvest and Jambalaya. This summer, new and returning families have expressed positive sentiments showing vast improvement on the resort’s social media sites.