3 Hilton-branded hotels open in California

The SunCoast Park Hotel Anaheim, Tapestry Collection by Hilton reflagged from a Country Inn & Suites. Photo credit: Hospitality Management Corp.

Three Hilton-branded hotels have opened in California in recent weeks. Consisting of a Hampton Inn by Hilton in Riverside, a Tapestry Collection by Hilton hotel in Anaheim and a Homewood Suites by Hilton in Belmont, the debuts total 410 rooms.

The 140-room Hampton Inn by Hilton Riverside (Calif.) Downtown is located about an hour east of Los Angeles. It offers quick access to the Riverside Convention Center; University of California, Riverside; and March Air Reserve Base. The property includes an outdoor pool and a fitness center. Greens Group developed and owns the hotel.

Roughly an hour to the southwest, the newly rebranded SunCoast Park Hotel Anaheim (Calif.), Tapestry Collection by Hilton, is open. Formerly a Country Inn & Suites, the 174-room hotel features an infinity pool, a poolside bar and restaurant, a fitness center and a bar lounge. It is located within walking distance of Disneyland Park and The Anaheim GardenWalk and is a short commute to the Anaheim Convention Center. SunCoast Properties own the hotel and Hospitality Management Corp. operates it.

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BPR Hotels opened the 96-key Homewood Suites by Hilton Belmont (Calif.) Located within walking distance of Oracle’s headquarters, the hotel also is near Stanford University and Medical Center and a short drive from the San Francisco International Airport. The property includes 2,500 square feet of meeting space, a fitness center and a pool. Palo Alto, Calif.-based BPR Hotels developed, owns and manages the hotel.

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