New Pacific City hotel announced for Huntington Beach, Calif.

Pacific Hospitality Group and R.D. Olson Development unveiled their latest hotel project, the 250-room hotel that will be part of the Pacific City development in Huntington Beach, Calif. The eight-story hotel will be an upscale property that will be affiliated with Pacific Hospitality Group’s Meritage Collection, and is scheduled to commence construction in June 2014 with R.D. Olson Construction as general contractor. 

The property will be designed by international hotel architect WATG, with the guestrooms designed by Monogram by Carlson, interior public spaces by Kay Lang + Associates and the restaurant and bar by Costa Mesa-based Hatch Design Group.

Pacific Hospitality Group (PHG) will manage the property as a part of its Meritage Collection. PHG owns and manages a portfolio of hotel properties throughout California, including Bacara Resort & Spa in Santa Barbara, The Meritage Resort and Spa in Napa, Balboa Bay Resort in Newport Beach, and Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa in San Diego, among others.

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The hotel will be located next door to the new Pacific City retail center, a 191,000-square-foot retail and entertainment project by DJM Capital Partners, with an expected completion date in the summer of 2015

 

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