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Maryland-based firm to buy Turtle Bay Resort for $680M

Host Hotels & Resorts Inc. announced Wednesday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire the fee-simple interest in the 450-room Turtle Bay Resort and nearby land for $680 million.

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Pictured is the lobby area of the resort.
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Host Hotels & Resorts Inc. announced Wednesday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire the fee-simple interest in the 450-room Turtle Bay Resort and nearby land for $680 million. The purchase is expected to close in late July, at which time it will transition management to Marriott and flag the hotel with the Ritz-Carlton brand.
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Pictured is the outdoor of the pool area.
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Pictured is the Ocean Club view.
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Pictured is the pool area of the resort.
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A view of the pool area.
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Host Hotels & Resorts Inc. announced Wednesday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire the fee-simple interest in the 450-room Turtle Bay Resort and nearby land for $680 million. The purchase is expected to close in late July, at which time it will transition management to Marriott and flag the hotel with the Ritz-Carlton brand.
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Host Hotels & Resorts Inc. announced Wednesday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire the fee-simple interest in the 450-room Turtle Bay Resort and nearby land for $680 million. The purchase is expected to close in late July, at which time it will transition management to Marriott and flag the hotel with the Ritz-Carlton brand.
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Pictured is the outdoor area of Nalu Spa.
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Chairs await guests on the beach at the resort's ocean bungalows.

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