R. D. Olson Construction completes Courtyard by Marriott Hotel in Oceanside

 R.D. Olson Construction has announced the completion of the Courtyard by Marriott in Oceanside, the Courtyard San Diego Oceanside. The new hotel, located at 3501 Seagate Way, will be managed by Marriott International.

The Oceanside hotel is the newest prototype design of the Courtyard by Marriott, the company’s largest brand by room count. It is the first of its kind to open in San Diego County.

The 79,000-square-foot four-story Courtyard by Marriott features 142 guest rooms and suites. It offers 2,000-square feet of meeting space.

The new lobby design replaces the typical front desk with individual welcome pedestals. The lobby also has interactive GoBoard displays news, weather, traffic, local restaurants and documents, as well as semi-enclosed media pods featuring individually controlled flat-panel TVs, among others.

Dining venues include The Bistro. Extending from the lobby is an outdoor terrace where a fire pit is. The hotel also includes a fitness room, large outdoor pool and spa.

This is the second hotel Irvine-based R.D. Olson Construction has built in Oceanside, the first being the Residence Inn by Marriott, which was completed in 2007.

Johnson Braund Design Group of Seattle, Wash. provided the architectural and interior design services.


Courtyard San Diego Oceanside (facade)


Courtyard San Diego Oceanside (guestroom)


Courtyard San Diego Oceanside (lobby)


Courtyard San Diego Oceanside (welcome pedestals)

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