Anaheim Hotel Converts to Hotel Indigo
Friday October 11th, 2013 - 11:39AM BGP
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ATLANTA—IHG has converted the Hotel Indigo Anaheim hotel, the brand’s fourth property in California.
The four-story, 104-room retro-style hotel has undergone a roughly $5-million renovation by New Century Enterprises LLC, the property’s owner/operator. Designed to tell the story of Anaheim’s agricultural history, the hotel features design elements like mosaic murals featuring blooming walnut trees.
Amenities include a meeting room, a pool and a fitness center. Complimentary Internet access is also available throughout the property, and Chambers Bar & Bistro serves seasonal and locally sourced food. The restaurant name pays homage to the area’s history as the Chambers Ranch, the home of several hard-working families who made their living growing walnuts.
Located close to Disneyland Park and the Anaheim Convention Center, nearby destinations also include Universal Studios and both John Wayne and Los Angeles International airports.
Tags: IHG • Hotel Indigo • New Century Enterprises LLC • Anaheim • Conversion • Hospitality • Brands • Construction/Renovation • Openings •
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