Hockley Valley Resort being sold to Toronto-based hospitality corporation

February 28, 2019   ·   0 Comments

By Brian Lockhart

It is popular destination for both skiers and golfers, as well as a place for corporate functions, weddings and other social functions, and it is about to change ownership.

The Hockley Valley Resort located on the 3rd Line in Mono, distributed an internal memo to staff recently telling them that the resort is being sold to the Toronto based Sunray Group.

The Sunray corporation describes itself as ‘one of Canada’s fastest growing hospitality and development companies.’ The company also has interests in the acquisition and disposition of petroleum and retail sites across Ontario.

Sunray employs over 3,000 people and operates 42 hotels across Ontario as well as Quebec and Newfoundland.

The resort is currently owned by the Adamo family and employs around 300 people. 

Nestled in Hockley Valley, the resort operates 15 ski runs on the hills behind the resort, has an 18-hole golf course, a spa, and over 100 rooms. 

There was no indication of any kind of impact a sale would have on either existing resort operations or the current staff. 

So far, the resort is being tight-lipped on any details regarding the sale and has not released any kind of public statement.

A call to the resort from the Citizen with a request to speak to a media person regarding the sale was not returned, however, it was indicated the resort plans to release a public statement regarding the sale within the next few weeks.

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