Located near the Anaheim Resort District, Radisson Blu Anaheim will be within walking distance to Disneyland Resorts main entrance, near Anaheims burgeoning Platinum Triangle, and centrally located to many event venues.
The Anaheim Planning Commission approved 4 to 1 for BPM Real Estate Group to build a 326-key Radisson Blu to be constructed on a 3.3-acre site on I-5 and South Anaheim Boulevard.
“We are excited to add an upscale hotel to accommodate discerning travelers in Anaheim,” said Walter C. Bowen, Founder and CEO of BPM Real Estate Group. “This marks our second hotel with Radisson, which is synonymous with outstanding levels of service and comfort delivered with utmost style.”
Located near the Anaheim Resort District, Radisson Blu Anaheim will be within walking distance to Disneyland Resort’s main entrance, near Anaheim’s burgeoning Platinum Triangle, and centrally located to many event venues including: California Great Adventure Park, the year-round Anaheim Sports Center with indoor tournament facilities across Anaheim Boulevard, the Anaheim Convention Center, the ARTIC bus and rail transportation hub, and two major league venues for the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Angels Stadium.
Planned as a four-star “upper upscale” luxury resort, the hotel’s first-class amenities will support the growth of the Disney experience and complement Anaheim’s leadership in the tourism industry.
The 12-story hotel will feature views towards Disneyland and other Anaheim attractions. The 326-key hotel will have world-class architecture and offer a variety of room configurations, including several generous-sized suites and rooms to accommodate large families. A 353-stall garage offers guests plenty of on-site parking. The top level of the hotel will feature an outdoor rooftop deck bar, restaurant and social pool with panoramic views of Anaheim and evening Disneyland fireworks.
The ground floor is rich with amenities such as a restaurant and lounge, adjacent to a more family-focused pool area. A fitness facility, gift shop, game room, and small conference facility are also offered to guests.
The hotel will have sustainable features including reduced water usage, heightened energy efficiency, electric car charging stations, and drought resistant native plants with drip irrigation systems.
The project will meet California Energy Code Title 24 requirements and the project is targeted for LEED Silver with the US Green Building Council. Developed by Portland-based BPM Real Estate Group, GBD Architects is leading the design and execution of the hotel project. Substantial completion is slated for spring of 2020.