Thursday December 6th, 2012 - 10:50AM
LAKE LAS VEGAS—Dolce Hotels and Resorts has been retained by Newage Lake Las Vegas, LLC, the new owner of Ravella at Lake Las Vegas, to continue managing the 349-room, Mediterranean-inspired luxury resort 17 miles from the Las Vegas Strip.
Dolce began managing the property in January 2011 when it was rebranded from The Ritz-Carlton at Lake Las Vegas. The hotel sale was part of a two-property deal by Newage, which also purchased Casino MonteLago on a one-acre site adjacent to Ravella. Dolce is not involved with the casino, which was obtained from a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank.
Newage Lake Las Vegas, LLC is a unit of Kam Sang Co., based in Arcadia, CA. It is a privately held, real estate development and real estate management company with various holdings.
Kam Sang's most recent new-construction projects include the Sheraton Garden Grove-Anaheim South Hotel near Disneyland; the Embassy Suites Hotel, in Glendale; and the Atlantic Times Square mixed-use retail and residential development in Monterey Park, all in California.
Kam Sang also owns and operates a variety of Hilton, Starwood and Marriott branded hotels.
Headquartered in Rockleigh, NJ, Dolce Hotels and Resorts operates 26 upscale hotels, resorts and conference-focused properties through North America and Europe.