When was the Umstead built?

When was the Umstead built?

Opened in 2007 in a scenic location just a short drive from downtown Raleigh, The Umstead is often described as an “oasis” or a “retreat,” combining natural beauty with stunning architecture and first-class service.

How many rooms does the Umstead have?

150 guest rooms
Our 150 guest rooms and suites provide an incomparably tranquil and luxurious getaway in Cary, North Carolina.

How much of SAS does Goodnight own?

The majority of Goodnight’s fortune is derived from his 66% stake in SAS Institute, a closely held software company. His stake is determined from a Wharton Business School case study in 2000. Co-founder John Sall owns the balance.

How much is SAS worth?

SAS, by contrast, is a $2.4 billion business-analytics juggernaut, with 12,000 employees and an unbroken 35-year track record of revenue growth.

Who are the 3 billionaires in NC?

All three of them — Jim Goodnight, John Sall and Tim Sweeney — work in the technology industry and call Cary home. The list, which ranked the 400 richest U.S. residents, showed that Goodnight, the co-founder of SAS Institute, is once again the richest man in North Carolina.

What is the Umstead Hotel and spa?

Tucked among whispering Carolina pines on 12 acres of lakefront landscape in Cary, North Carolina, The Umstead Hotel and Spa is a singular, sophisticated triumph in North Carolina’s Triangle region.

How do I get to the Umstead from Durham?

If you require more information about the hotel or would like to make arrangements for an upcoming visit to The Umstead, please contact us today. From Durham or points West, including RDU Airport, take I-40 East toward Raleigh. Then take Exit 287 and turn right onto North Harrison Avenue.

Why choose the Umstead?

The Umstead welcomes and inspires guests to find comfort, tranquility and indulgence in the meticulously landscaped property, as well as the plush Umstead Spa and contemporary American cuisine of Executive Chef Steven Greene at its signature Forbes Five Star restaurant, Herons.

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