(Photo courtest of The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse)
In anticipation of a summer opening, The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse will hire close to 50 new staff members for the new hotel at Suttle Lake near Sisters beginning at a job fair on June 1.
Last fall, A & R Development purchased the former Lodge at Suttle Lake and has partnered with The Mighty Union, a Portland-based hospitality project, to transform and operate the lodge, cabins and Boathouse restaurant into a new Central Oregon travel destination.
The job fair will be held on Wednesday, June 1 from 10am – 5pm, outdoors at Fir Street Park in downtown Sisters to hire for all positions — from front desk, maintenance and housekeeping, to cooks, bartenders and servers. Job seekers should come prepared with resumes and be ready for a possible first interview.
Locals can also stop by to learn more about the project from the managers of The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse and sister property the Ace Hotel Portland. In the spirit of what’s to come at the lodge, attendees can play a game of corn hole, lounge on custom lawn furniture, or enjoy a complimentary Olympia Provisions hot dog from the grill.
WHAT: The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse will host a job fair to hire for all positions at the new hotel, opening this summer
WHEN: Wednesday, June 1 from 10am – 5pm
WHERE: Fir Street Park, 150 N. Fir Street, Sisters, Oregon, 97759
EVENT INFO: https://www.facebook.com/events/1075687075830088/
About The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse
The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse is a year-round rustic resort on the shore of Suttle Lake in the Deschutes National Forest near Sisters, Oregon. The original 15.5-acre property is comprised of a large timber lodge with guest rooms, fully equipped lakeside cabins, rustic camping cabins, and a boathouse restaurant with a dock, provision shop, and watercraft rentals. Versions of this resort have been in continuous operation since the 1930s. In its newest incarnation (opening Summer of 2016) the Suttle Lodge & Boathouse is being revived by The Mighty Union, a hospitality project from the folks behind the Ace Hotel Portland. The style is a subversive embrace of the Pacific Northwest campground — a relaxed Cascadian forest lodge as imagined by a gently debauched scout troop. The focus is on public social spaces: convivial gathering places grounded in the bounty of Oregon food and drink and geared towards the activities and beauty of a forest lake. See more at TheSuttleLodge.com and on Instagram @SuttleLodge
About The Mighty Union
As an Ace Hotel, the old Clyde Hotel in Portland, Oregon has always been owned and operated as an Ace hotel independently from the larger Ace brand. It was the first, grand Ace experiment — a collaborative, DIY attempt to tap into all of the different energies of a city and revive the notion of the hotel as a dynamic, convivial “Place.” The result is a little handmade, but it is honest and it is bustling with energy. The folks behind Ace Hotel Portland, Spirit of 77 and Pepe Le Moko are now The Mighty Union and they are taking their act on the road. Their first new project, The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse, is a direct extension of what they have done in Portland. TheMightyUnion.com