News for the Hospitality Executive
SoCal Hospitality, LLC Opening a $22 million
Holiday Inn in Lake Forest, California
ATLANTA (Sept. 17, 2009) – IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) announced today that the Holiday Inn Irvine South/Irvine Spectrum will open within a month.
The Holiday Inn Irvine South/Irvine Spectrum is owned and managed by SoCal Hospitality, LLC, under a license agreement with a company in the InterContinental Hotels Group. The hotel is located at 23131 Lake Center Dr. Lake Forest, CA 92630.
“We are thrilled to welcome this property to the Holiday Inn family of hotels with the brand new sign and everything it represents. Holiday Inn hotels are specifically designed for business and family oriented leisure travelers in need of a full-service lodging experience, and this property fits well within that offering,” said Gina LaBarre, vice president, Brand Delivery, the Americas, IHG. “Development in Irvine is important in expanding our Holiday Inn consumer base and growing an even stronger presence across the Americas.”
The 148-room Holiday Inn Irvine South/Irvine Spectrum offers a variety of amenities including an outdoor pool and spa, sundries shop with ATM, and iPhone docking stations with radio alarm in each guestroom.
The hotel’s dining facility, Kem’s Restaurant, features the Holiday Inn Best-4-Breakfast® menu, featuring signature items such as Cinnamon Supreme French Toast™ and Skillet Inspirations™. Kids 12 and younger eat free at Holiday Inn when ordering from the kids’ menu in the hotel restaurant and accompanied by a dining adult. Room Service Right…On Time™, also a standard at all Holiday Inn hotels, ensures that guests’ room service orders are accurate and delivered on time, every time. Guests can also enjoy the hotel’s lounge, Kem’s, which will offer contemporary American cuisine. With more than 900 square feet of function space, the hotel will also be available for business meetings.
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