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Guests walk into the Sunriver Main Lodge at the Sunriver Resort Tuesday morning. The 244-room resort, which has been ranked among the top 500 best hotels worldwide by Travel + Leisure, recently rebranded.  

Nestled in a lush forest meadow, Sunriver Resort stands on its 56 years of supporting its guests, employees and owners.

But that doesn’t mean it’s resting on its laurels. The 244-room resort, which has been ranked among the top 500 best hotels worldwide by Travel + Leisure, rebranded for only the fourth time since it opened.

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Sunriver Resort management, from left, Josh Willis, director of operations, Lindsay Borkowski, director of sales and marketing, and Tom O’Shea, managing director stand near the resort's recently redesigned logo on Tuesday morning. The resort's logo now features three pine trees instead of a river and mountains. The 244-room resort, which has been ranked among the top 500 best hotels worldwide by Travel + Leisure, rebranded for only the fourth time since it opened.  

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Suzanne Roig has been a reporter with The ֱܽ since 2018 covering business and health in the region. When she's not working she enjoys taking her dog Pono out on hikes.

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