Resources For Leisure Assets Expands to North America

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Curry Spa Consulting has teamed up with international wellbeing hospitality consultancy brand Resources For Leisure Assets (RLA) to create RLA USA. With this merger, RLA will broaden its specialized luxury spa development services and has added headquarters in Sonoma, CA. Lynn Curry, founder of Curry Spa Consulting, serves as co-owner and president of RLA USA. The new company will continue to work closely with clients to develop and deliver innovative hospitality concepts and management solutions for the wellbeing industry. “This merger will allow us to expand our services to existing and future clients who have wellbeing assets in hospitality developments,” says Curry. “Not only will we be able to provide our clients with additional investment and operational consulting, but we are also increasing our team to include the world’s leading professionals in wellbeing hospitality consulting. I’m extremely proud to be associated with this group of exceptionally reputable talent and expertise."

Specializing in hotels, resorts, residential, healthcare, active living community, and health tourism developments, RLA is a recognized global advisory to owners, developers, and management companies in wellbeing hospitality with offices in Dubai, Vienna, and now Sonoma, CA. "We are very enthusiastic about working with Lynn and her team,” says Roger Allen, CEO of RLA. “The RLA board was impressed with Lynn’s 30 years of experience and know-how in the wellbeing and hospitality industry. Furthermore, the success she had with her consulting company was a testament to her capabilities and value she could contribute in leading the RLA brand in North America. RLA is now able to combine local and international strengths to meet the demands and opportunities of the global hospitality marketplace.”

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