ALHI Adds Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center
Tuesday February 25th, 2014 - 12:22PM WG
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WASHINGTON, DC—Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center in Irvine, CA, has been added to Associated Luxury Hotels International’s (ALHI) portfolio.
The 536-room hotel, formerly the Hyatt Regency Irvine, is undergoing a reinvestment initiative along with its new brand identity. The reinvestment program will include the redesign of guestrooms, as well as the refreshing of all banquet and meeting spaces, the lobby, lounge, café, restaurant and outdoor social areas.
The hotel is owned and operated by Irvine Company Resort Properties, which also owns and operates The Resort at Pelican Hill and the Island Hotel Newport Beach, which are both located in Newport Beach, CA, and are also members of ALHI’s worldwide portfolio.
The ALHI Global Sales Organization (GSO) sales force throughout North America now provides authorized and dedicated GSO services and sales support to companies and organizations interested in conducting meetings, conventions and programs at Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center.
Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center has also been added to the ALHI City Solutions Collection, a specialty segment within ALHI’s worldwide portfolio. In addition to offering 520 guestrooms and 16 suites, the hotel features 36,000 sq. ft. of event space, which includes a 14,700-sq.-ft. ballroom.
The hotel is near to beach communities, Irvine Spectrum Center and Fashion Island, Disneyland, Newport Harbor, Angel Stadium of Anaheim and Honda Center.
Tags: Associated Luxury Hotels International • ALHI • Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center • Hospitality • Construction/Renovation •
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