• Bear Springs Hotel Celebrates One Year Anniversary

    Two hundred people attended the one-year anniversary celebration of the Bear Springs Hotel on Highland Avenue on Tuesday, Dec. 3. Assistant General Manager Moya Phimmasane said, “2019 has been a successful year for Bear Springs Hotel. We were able to bring a boutique characteristic feel to Highland, Calif. and look forward to continue to provide an

  • Inland Empire Magazine Bear Springs Bistro Review (July 2019)

    Inland Empire Magazine’s veteran food critic, Penny Marshall, just dropped a glowing review of the Bear Springs Bistro in the July issue.

  • A Visit to Bear Springs Hotel and San Manuel Casino

    I come from a close knit family. I’m not just talking about my immediate family but also my grandparents, aunts, uncle and cousins. I absolutely love it. I’m especially close to one of my aunts and we love to travel together whether it’s Santa Fe or Las Vegas. Recently, I was invited to visit San

  • Inland Empire Welcomes Newest Boutique Hotel

    The Inland Empire’s newest boutique hotel, Bear Springs Hotel, is now open and serving up a unique experience to locals and visitors alike. You can find this gem nestled in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains and right at the gateway to Big Bear. This recently renovated property offers 105 guest rooms, including 30

  • Take a look inside the renovated Bear Springs…

    It’s starting to drizzle on a recent Wednesday morning, and upon a guest’s arrival at the Bear Springs Hotel in Highland, a hotel attendant walks through the parking lot with an open umbrella, under which he leads the man to the lobby. Inside, not a staff member walks by without bidding the guest a good

  • Despite early skeptics, Highland remains fiscally healthy

    When Highland became a city in 1987, the Local Agency Formation Commission concluded, “The proposed city of Highland does not appear financially feasible.”

    An incorporation feasibility study by the firm Christiansen & Wallace concluded that with the current economic base “incorporation is at best marginal.”

  • San Manuel Band of Mission Indians unveils reinvented Bear Springs Hotel

    The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians celebrated its newest business venture – Bear Springs Hotel – with a private ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, Nov. 26, 2018, adding the hospitality industry to its diverse portfolio of regional economic development investments.

    Located in the City of Highland, the hotel was previously managed by The Hampton Inn, but San Manuel severed ties over a year ago and opted to redesign the property to create a boutique hotel.


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