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New Year, New Look: Historic Shore Lodge Unveils Room Renovation

1948 resort starts 2014 with luxurious, stylish upgrades

MCCALL, Idaho, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The historic Shore Lodge has been a Pacific Northwest vacation hub for generations of families since 1948. After receiving a number of upgrades over the years, the now 65-year-old resort and spa is starting 2014 with a fresh new look. The 77 room hotel has undergone a full-property room renovation, adding even more comfort and style to the iconic mountain-lake retreat. 

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The renovation sought to blend the guestrooms with the rest of the lodge by incorporating the same rich, natural materials found in the surrounding forest and expansive mountains for which McCall has become well known. The design team drew additional inspiration from the region's luxurious mountain homes and the authentic spirit of the central Idaho town, creating an environment that is warm and inviting with a connection to the great outdoors. Deep purples, grays and browns accent woods and natural textures, seamlessly blending into the panoramic mountain-lake views that await outside the rooms' patios or balcony doors. These much sought-after views have become even grander as the metal and wood railings have been replaced with an all glass partition. Other additions to the rooms include rustic sliding barn doors to separate the living and sleeping quarters as well as finishes such as brushed copper, deep green marble and carpeting featuring a tree-inspired print to complete the natural, yet sophisticated, ambience.  

Other essential updates center on convenience and comfort. New headboards, for example, have built-in reading lights, while both the nightstands and end tables are equipped with power outlets so getting down on the floor to plug in phones and small electronics is no longer necessary.  46" flat screen HD TVs supplement the 32" units already in each suite and feature programming by DirecTV's state-of-the-art "Residential Experience" hospitality solution. New mattresses and upgraded linens also add additional luxury.

System upgrades included an overhaul of the in-room HVAC as new heating and cooling units with INNCOM by Honeywell's integrated energy management system were installed in each room. Innovative Saflok RFID door locks were also added with integrations to both the in-room environmental system as well as the hotel's property management system, offering added security and peace of mind for guests.   

"The room renovation has been an exciting, but delicate, process as we sought to add modern luxuries without compromising the historic charm that our guests know and love," said President and General Manager Dan Scott. "The final product is simply outstanding. We captured the natural spirit of McCall and blended it beautifully with the world-class amenities that continue to make Shore Lodge a much sought-after destination."

The Shore Lodge room renovation, which was completed by Boise-based McAlvain Construction, Inc., adds to the list of amenity upgrades at the resort and neighboring residential real estate community, Whitetail Club, in recent years. Committed to providing top-tier luxury in a charming, historic destination, the ownership opened The Cove, a full-service boutique spa in 2011. The following year, a number of upgrades were implemented at Whitetail Club including the addition of a community park, cafe and convenience store, as well as restaurant and amenity updates to the main clubhouse of the 1,300 acre private golf club and luxury residential community.

For more information on accommodations and special lodging offers, visit www.shorelodge.com.

About Shore Lodge
Established in 1948 on the sandy shores of beautiful Payette Lake, the recently remodeled Shore Lodge is the premiere resort in Idaho and a quintessential mountain retreat. The iconic 77 room boutique hotel boasts three acclaimed restaurants as well as The Cove, a full-service spa offering six treatment rooms and indoor/outdoor immersions pools. Shore Lodge guests also gain access to the Andy North-designed Whitetail Cub golf course, lauded among Golfweek magazine's 'Best Resort Courses.' The course is located within the private 1,300 acre residential community of Whitetail Club, which offers lake, mountain and golf course view home sites, contemporary mountain cabins and an array of its own amenities including a Fish & Swim Club, golf shop and grill restaurant, indoor tennis and fitness facility, as well as a play park and Camp Sharlie day camp for kids. In addition, Shore Lodge offers endless recreation as it is situated on the edge of the largest area of protected wilderness in the continental United States, three major river systems and the best and most plentiful natural hot springs in the lower 48 states. The resort is also located just 10 minutes from Brundage Mountain, which Ski Magazine has credited with 'the best powder in Idaho' and provides lift-assisted access to more than 20 miles of mountain bike trails.

Visit www.shorelodge.com, www.thecovemccall.com and www.whitetailclub.com for more information.

SOURCE Shore Lodge

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