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The hotel has played host to U.S. Presidents and celebrities and was the setting for Hollywood productions including 1915ʼs “The Vampire”, 1938ʼs “Idiotʼs Delight” and 1997ʼs “Man in the Iron Mask”. Presidents Roosevelt, Taft, Hoover, Nixon, Reagan and Bush Jr; social leaders such as Booker T. Washington, Susan B. Anthony, Amelia Earhart, Albert Einstein, Helen Keller and John Muir; and entertainers including Judy Garland, Bette Davis, Clark Gable, Tom Hanks, Barbra Streisand and James Brolin have all stayed, dined and relaxed at Mission Inn throughout its storied, nearly 150- year history.

Frank Miller successfully ran Mission Inn Hotel until his death in 1935. His family managed the hotel until the mid-1950s, when it changed hands multiple times and risked demolition until Duane and Kelly Roberts purchased the iconic property in the late ‘80s, establishing The Historic Mission Inn Corporation with headquarters in Newport Beach, CA. After a seven-year, $55 million renovation, the Roberts opened the hotel 1992. Kelly Roberts became Vice Chairman and COO to maintain Mission Innʼs reputation as a premier luxury California destination, and she went on to develop the annual Festival of Lights, her Tuscan-inspired award-winning Kellyʼs Spa and more.