DoubleTree Suites in Dana Point Debuts $8 Million Renovation

DoubleTree Suites in Dana Point Debuts $8 Million Renovation

The Orange County Register

DoubleTree Suites in Dana Point Debuts $8 Million Renovation
By Hannah Madans


A DoubleTree hotel in Dana Point has debuted an $8 million renovation that has refreshed its guest suites, gathering spaces and outdoor lounges.

The hotel, at 34402 Pacific Coast Highway, has 196 renovated suites and gathering spaces capable of holding as many as 400 people.

The renovation blended the styles of a beach house and a boutique hotel, said Bill Reider, the general manager of DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Doheny Beach, in a statement.

The hotel industry had a busy 2016 with seven hotels opening, according to Irvine-based Atlas Hospitality Group. Of the seven, four were in the Anaheim Resort District. A handful of hotels announced large scale renovations as well.

The Waterfront Beach Resort, a Hilton property just across the street, finished a $140 million financing deal to add a suites-only tower.

Irvine-based Robert Mayer Corp., which owns the 290-room resort, will add a nine-story, 152-room all-suites resort tower, a restaurant, ocean view lounge, pool deck and event lawn on an adjacent 3.5-acre parcel south of the hotel.

In January, Irvine-based Pacifica Hotels announced that it had assumed operations of an iconic hotel in Santa Monica; the Irvine Marriott introduced a redesign; and developers of a hotel in San Juan Capistrano said it would open by next summer.

Eleven hotels are scheduled to open this year, according to Atlas.

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