The Mission Inn Pg. 2

BACKSTORY (1876—Present): From the Mission Inn's website:

Frank Miller successfully ran The Mission Inn Hotel from its early stages as an adobe boarding house to a renowned destination hotel until his death in 1935. His ingenuity and keen hospitality expertise made the Mission Inn an institution in Riverside history and a destination for everyone. After the Miller family sold the hotel in 1956, it changed hands numerous times and was on the brink of being demolished. The legacy of private family ownership was renewed by current owner Duane R. Roberts, Chairman, President & CEO of the Historic Mission Inn Corporation, headquartered in Newport Beach, CA. After being closed for more than seven years while undergoing a $55 million extensive renovation, The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa reopened in 1992, returning to its place as one of the premier destinations in Southern California and ensuring its legacy will continue on for many years to come.

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