Cosa Mesa's BLVD Hotel joins Choice's Ascend Collection

The BLVD Hotel. Photo credit: Choice Hotels International

The BLVD Hotel in Costa Mesa, Calif., is the latest hotel to join the Ascend Hotel Collection by Choice Hotels International. The Ascend Hotel Collection portfolio includes more than 200 Ascend Hotel Collection member hotels worldwide.

The BLVD Hotel is located near Disneyland, Newport Beach and the Anaheim Convention Center. The hotel's chic style and modern simplicity complement its location and offer guests a warm Southern California experience.

The 58-room boutique hotel includes a surfer-inspired design. The BLVD Hotel offers personalized customer service and amenities, such as complimentary welcome drinks during happy hour, an outdoor pool and complimentary hot breakfast.

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The BLVD Hotel participates in the Choice Privileges loyalty rewards program. Membership is free, offers fast rewards, instant perks, and exclusive member rates when booking direct at www.choicehotels.com. Members can redeem points towards free nights, airline miles and more, while staying at any of Choice's global brand hotels, including the Ascend Hotel Collection, Cambria Hotels, Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Sleep Inn, Quality Inn, Clarion, MainStay Suites, WoodSpring Suites, Suburban Extended Stay Hotel, Econo Lodge and Rodeway Inn.

The Ascend Hotel Collection is a global portfolio of unique, boutique and historic independent hotels and resorts and is part of Choice Hotels International. Recognized as the hotel industry's first "soft brand" concept, the Ascend Hotel Collection has more than 200 properties open and operating worldwide, including in France, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Turkey, Australia, Canada, Ecuador and the Caribbean.

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