The Courtyard Irvine Spectrum opens in Irvine, Calif.

Courtyard by Marriott is rolling out a lobby and room design in Irvine, Calif. This is the first Courtyard in the area offering the Refreshing Business lobby environment, which includes media pods, Wi-Fi and a variety of seating areas.

The Courtyard Irvine Spectrum has 210 guestrooms with Smart TVs with internet streaming capabilities, complimentary WiFi, multiple outlets, iPhone docking stations and more. Each room also has plush bedding, a functional work space, spacious bathrooms and a separate seating area.

Located at 7955 Irvine Center Drive, the hotel is owned by R.D. Olson Development and managed by Marriott International. The Courtyard Irvine Spectrum offers guests access to the Irvine Spectrum Center, Laguna Beach, Orange County Great Park and Saddleback Mountain. Rates are seasonal.


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The eight-story hotel has a large lap pool, five pool cabanas with televisions and Internet capabilities for impromptu meetings, a lounge area and bar serving local craft beers on tap, fire pit and putting green, as well as a 1,500-square-foot fitness center with the latest in cardio machines and CrossFit workout gear. The hotel will also offer 8,500 square feet of meeting space, including a 5,000-square-foot ballroom with a generous pre-function area, a 3,000-square-foot events lawn and a boardroom for private gatherings.

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