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WHO WE ARE

MEET YONDER

Yonder Hospitality is an outdoor resort brand created by Charles Tate in 2021 that is rooted in the spirit and time-honored tradition of the Great American road trip, connecting travelers to the nostalgia of our past, an appreciation for the present-day, and a bright outlook toward the future. Yonder seeks to meet the hospitality needs of travelers looking to escape the city and reconnect with nature. Yonder achieves this goal by developing resorts with aesthetically distinct free-standing rooms and carefully curated outdoor oriented amenities with warm, friendly service. Noah Ellis, experienced in all aspects of hospitality, has partnered with Charles Tate to develop the Yonder brand and serve as CEO to lead all operations.

 

The company’s first resort, Yonder Escalante, open in April 2021 in southern Utah located in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument near Bryce Canyon National Park. Yonder is currently pursuing a project in the City of Townsend, Tennessee near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Yonder is headquartered in Houston, Texas.

OUR PRIORITIES

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OUTDOOR ORIENTATED

Outdoor-oriented hospitality resort with curated amenities and programming centered around reconnecting with nature.

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NOT A DESTINATION RESORT

Not a destination resort, but a basecamp serving visitors to Joshua Tree National Park and surrounding areas.

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LOW-INTENSITY DEVELOPMENT

A low-intensity development compatible with existing landscape, fauna, and vistas.

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DESIGNED TO COMPLIMENT NATURE

All project components designed and crafted to enhance the inherent beauty of the site.

THE YONDER APPROACH

STEWARDSHIP 

Yonder partners with a local non-profit organization centered around conservationism and preservation of the National Park at each location.

COMPATIBLE LAND USE 

We look for our design to be compatible with existing land composition and highlight mature flora throughout the property. Moreover, we look to only develop in the necessary footprint, and work with local agencies to conserve surrounding land to assure it remains undisturbed.

BEING A GOOD NEIGHBOR 

We go beyond assuring noise and light are minimized on the property surrounding Yonder. Dark-sky lighting is implemented at all Yonder properties to highlight one of the fastest diminishing natural resources: the night sky. Noise is controlled through on-site staffing, quiet hours, and thoughtful amenity design.

WHO STAYS WITH YONDER?

Love the outdoors but enjoy the comfort and safety of a hotel

Not defined by age

Defined by desire to connect with nature and seek community with like-minded travelers

Like new experiences and are adventurous

The Yonder hospitality experience integrates with customers’ outdoor orientation

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