R.D. Olson completes Courtyard Anaheim Theme Park Entrance

Irvine-based general contractor R.D. Olson Construction completed the construction of the six-story, 221-room Courtyard Anaheim Theme Park Entrance hotel in Anaheim, Calif. This project marks R.D. Olson Construction’s second Marriott brand hotel completion this summer, with the general contractor completing the 170-room SpringHill Suites by Marriott hotel in Burbank, Calif.

The Courtyard Anaheim Theme Park Entrance hotel has Spanish architecture. It has bunk beds, five-fixture bathrooms in each guestroom, a 22,000-square-foot surfing themed water recreation park with slides, water cannons and tipping buckets and 50,000 square feet of subterranean parking.

The property also offers views of Disneyland’s Matterhorn ride, as well as a pool and spa, outside dining space, lounge, gift shop and meeting space.

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The property similarly includes Courtyard by Marriott’s “Gen Next” design, including pedestals that replace the front desk; an interactive GoBoard to display news, weather, traffic and destination information; and semi-enclosed Media Pods with flat-panel TVs.

The Courtyard Anaheim Theme Park Entrance hotel is located at 1420 South Harbor Boulevard in Anaheim, and is near the Disneyland theme park.

Founded by Bob Olson in 1979, R.D. Olson Construction is based in Irvine, Calif. Its other projects include the 144-room Residence Inn by Marriott in Old Town Pasadena, Calif.; 94-room Hampton Inn & Suites in Glendale, Calif.; 161-room Homewood Suites in Irvine, Calif.; 174-room Country Inn & Suites by Carlson in Anaheim, Calif.; 100-room luxury Bicycle Casino Hotel in Bell Gardens, Calif.; and the 250-room Paséa Hotel & Spa in Huntington Beach, Calif.

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