Residence Inn Irvine John Wayne Airport/Orange County completes $3.3M renovation

The Residence Inn Irvine John Wayne Airport/Orange County completed a $3.3-million renovation of the property’s suites.

Upon the completion of the upgrade, the property’s suites now have new furniture, draperies and carpet, creating a contemporary style with natural light and brighter colors.  The property’s rooms now also have new sectional sofas and 42-inch flat-screen TVs, among others. New desks with ergonomic chairs have also been added to increase productivity for business travelers. Also, Internet connectivity was upgraded.

The upgrade also saw the refurbishment of the bathrooms with glass-enclosed showers. The bathrooms now offer more space. Complimentary Paul Mitchell products are also available.

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The suites at the Orange County hotel near John Wayne Airport are larger than traditional rooms, with the layouts providing separate zones where guests can work, relax, eat and sleep. For extended-stay travelers, available is a kitchen featuring conventional ovens, dishwashers, microwaves, pots, pans, serving dishes, refrigerators, silverware, stoves and toasters, as well as areas with tables and chairs. Additional amenities provided at the Orange County hotel include a grocery delivery service, 24-hour market and guest laundry room.

Other amenities include: a fitness center; the SportsCourt, which allows visitors to play tennis, basketball, volleyball and badminton; and a heated outdoor pool and whirlpool.

The Residence Inn Irvine John Wayne Airport/Orange County hotel at 2855 Main Street in Irvine, Calif. The all-suite hotel in Orange County has 174 suites, plus four meeting rooms with 1,068 square feet of space.

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