Renovated rooms mark Peak's 1st year under new Erie-based owners
FINDLEY LAKE., N.Y. -- The new owners of Peek'n Peak Resort and Spa are preparing for their second ski season by emphasizing how the resort has changed on the inside.
Scott Enterprises Inc., which bought the Peak in U.S. Bankruptcy Court a year ago, has spent $2 million renovating all 108 rooms in the Peak's Tudor-style lodge.
The rooms had not been updated in years, and their disrepair had led business groups to stop using the Peak, said Nick Scott Sr., president of the Erie-based Scott Enterprises.
Since the completion of the renovations in July, bookings have been up, with the rooms selling out recently, Scott said.
"It was a remarkable transformation," he said. "It is like walking into a brand-new room, but it still has the unique charm that the Peak is known for."
The Peak holds its Fall Fest and Beer & Wine Festival later this month.
See Sunday's Erie Times-News and GoErie.com for more coverage.
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