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May 3, 2015 (Borrego) – La Casa del Zorro in Borrego Springs is offering several upcoming attractions, set against a beautiful desert backdrop.


You can treat Mom to a Mother’s Day brunch in the rose garden while a “bouquet” of flowers surrounds her in the desert landscape.  Or enjoy relaxing in the evening while gazing at skies illuminated by millions of bright stars and galaxies. Borrego Springs is one of just eight “Dark Sky Communities” in the world. The hotel offers telescopes too, for those who desire a closer look, especially during exciting celestial events such as comets, meteors and moon phases. The hotel’s Star Gazing Package starts at $189 per night and includes deluxe accommodations and breakfast for two.

La Casa del Zorro continues its commitment to earth-friendly practices with the recent completion of a “solar farm,” which provides year-round warmth to the hotel’s 26 crystal-clear pools. While saving energy, this also means guests now enjoy pool water heated to a pleasant 82-degrees even during the coldest months. 

Springtime visitors can be among the first to play at the newly re-opened Rams Hill Golf Club. The Tom Fazio-designed, 18-hole championship course, which sits adjacent to the hotel, offers challenging play and breathtaking views of the surrounding desert valley.

Just in time for the perfect spring weather, the hotel has introduced a complimentary bike program. Guests can borrow the property bikes to cruise along hotel paths or even explore the nearby town of Borrego Springs.

For more information visit  http://lacasadelzorroborregosprings.com/


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