Wyndham Orange County under renovation

Wyndham Orange CountyCOSTA MESA, CA—Wyndham Orange County announces new ownership and a $14 million renovation slated for completion in early 2012. The property was purchased in November 2009 by the Wincome Group, a successful multinational hospitality and real estate group founded in 1950. The Wincome Group owns and manages its billion dollar real estate portfolio on a highly bespoke and individual basis, with a focus on the hospitality sector. Its principal holdings include hotels and restaurants, office buildings, high-rise luxury serviced apartments, residential developments/complexes, and shopping centers. These investments span several continents— California and Texas in the United States, United Kingdom and Continental Europe, Hong Kong, China, and Japan.

Combining a distinctive boutique appeal with the ever-changing world of art and design, the reinvented Wyndham Orange County balances whimsical touches with stylish sophistication. Award-winning architect and design studio Anders Lasater, recognized for his artistic and modern approach to design, will take inspiration from the relaxed nature of its surrounding coastal beach communities, combined with the fashionable jet-set life of its inhabitants.

The transformation will include 238 fully redesigned guest rooms and 35 suites, including hardwood flooring throughout, Divine Sleep™ experience bedding, refurbished furnishings, and thoughtful amenities. Approximately half of the guest rooms overlook an expansive outdoor lake. Bathrooms will include floor-to-ceiling granite and luxury amenities. In addition, the hotel boasts over 7,200 square feet of fully upgraded meeting and event space, including a ballroom with soaring ceilings and outdoor access. Business travelers will enjoy an all new Business Tech Center that will feature state of the art multi media capabilities, technology lounge, and 24-hour access.

The newly expanded restaurant, Silver Trumpet, will feature a modernized and inviting dining room, as well as a lively bar and lounge, ideal for pre- and post-show cocktails, or late- night bites.


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