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When you’re on a trip – whether for business or for leisure – your hotel room becomes a sanctuary, a home away from home, a place to rejuvenate and refresh.
In Long Beach, our hotels have provided a home to many – from the casual passerby to the conference attendee. Within the last 2 years, every major hotel in the city has undergone renovations to make their rooms and gathering spaces feel a little more like home.
The Courtyard Long Beach Downtown’s multi-million dollar renovation included the implementation of a California-crafted concept to its 216 rooms and a refresh of public spaces and amenities.
The California-crafted guest rooms were designed to maximize natural light and embrace the modern traveler with technology upgrades including the addition of Smart TVs, charging stations, and complimentary Internet.
The Hilton Long Beach drew inspiration from the city it calls home during its $12 million transformation. The hotel’s lobby and guest rooms have been reimagined to feature colors and designs inspired by the seas and beaches and have been outfitted with new furniture, lighting, and accents.
The Holiday Inn Long Beach Airport is currently in the process of a full renovation of its tower guest rooms, meeting rooms, and restauraunt that is expected to be completed June 30, 2016.
The Hotel Maya, a beachfront resort that celebrates Latin American culture, invested $4 million to refresh its 199 rooms resort wide and to bring two new event spaces to the property, the Lagunita Pavilion and the Vista del Mar Plaza.
The “Lagunita Pavilion” sits on the edge of the Queensway Bay and offers panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the downtown Long Beach skyline. The 6,400 square foot space can hold up to 600 people standing.
Encompassing the Lagunita Pavillion, is the new Vista del mar Plaza, a pre function area filled with palm trees, picturesque landscaping, water and fire displays, a permanent stage, and alfresco bar. The 10,000 square foot space can hold up to 700 people standing.
Hyatt the Pike has undergone a name change to Hyatt CentricThe Pike Long Beach. The change reflects a new branding for select Hyatt hotels geared that will be geared towards millennial-minded guests with eclectic, signature styles.
The Hyatt Regency spent $30 million to implement changes and additions property wide. All of its guest rooms, suites and corridors, and bathrooms received a face lift.
The hotel’s metamorphosis also saw a full renovation of its lower level meeting space including redesigns of the 3,400 square foot Sea View Ballroom and six adjacent breakout rooms.
The Long Beach Marriott underwent a major renovation of its public spaces and meeting including the main lobby, restrooms, and seating area. The renovation added a new front desk and a new bar and restaurant.
The hotel’s meeting rooms, including their Grand Ballroom and pre-function areas, were refreshed and an additional 1,700 square ft courtyard meeting/event space was added.
The Renaissance Long Beach completed its renovation process in April 2014 which included a redesign of 374 guest rooms, and an upgraded fitness center, lounge, and lobby.
The Westin Long Beach recently completed a full guest room renovation with new décor, carpet, furniture, drapes. The hotel’s lobby and restaurant also got refresh in the form of new furniture and carpet.