Westin South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, Calif., completes renovation

The Westin South Coast Plaza concluded the renovation of its 394 guestrooms, including 17 suites.

For the design, a color palette of grays and blues was chosen to give the rooms a calming feel. The rooms now have new Westin Heavenly Beds. For design value, all ceilings were given smooth surfaces and crown moldings were added. All hard and soft goods were replaced, and the bathrooms with the Heavenly Shower underwent an update resulting in majority of rooms receiving large walk-in showers.

The hotel has 35,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space that can accommodate up to 600 guests. The Terrace Level offers an outdoor space ideal for wedding and gala events, plus an outdoor gazebo specifically designed for wedding ceremonies and themed events.

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The hotel's Waterfall Terrace features a backdrop of falling water from the Neptune Water Spouts, and was recently redesigned to accommodate up to 175 people for wedding ceremonies and other receptions, and up to 120 for an outdoor dining experience.

In 2014, the hotel launched its new revolutionary workspace concept, Tangent, a Westin functional workspace.

The Westin South Coast Plaza, owned by Host Hotels & Resorts and part of the Starwood Hotel and Resorts Worldwide family, is located at 686 Anton Boulevard in Costa Mesa, Calif. Both the hotel and land on which it sits are owned by a partnership controlled by local developer C.J. Segerstrom & Sons.

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