Hotel Proposed in Anaheim Resort


By: Chad Kim

Located at the south-western corner of Katella Avenue and Haster Street, Prospera Hotels, Inc. proposes to construct a five-story Hampton Inn & Suites hotel.

Part of the total 2.06 acre project site is currently developed with vacant two-story motel buildings (previously the Arena Inn & Suites) which would be replaced by the proposed hotel at 100 West Katella Avenue. The proposed project is in the Anaheim Resort district and consists of a total of 178 hotel rooms. The five-story building will stand 69 feet tall.

Source: City of Anaheim
The ground floor plan shown above shows the building has a parking podium and there will also be surface parking behind the hotel building. The total proposed vehicle parking spaces is 141 spaces which is less than the required 150 parking spaces. According to the staff report for this project, the City staff was supportive of the minor deviation from the amount required per the Zoning Code as the developer would provide 94% of the required spaces. Additionally, the proposed hotel site is in close distance to the Anaheim Resort destinations and typically hotel guests would arrive using alternative transportation. Lastly, new hotels in Anaheim Resort are required to participate with  the Anaheim Transportation Network (ATN). ATN operates the Anaheim Resort buses. 

Source: City of Anaheim
The above rendering shows the ground floor parking area. 

Hotel amenities would include:
  • A breakfast room (breakfast would be part of the room price)
  • Conference room
  • Fitness room
  • Swimming pool deck on second floor

​Rendering:

Source: City of Anaheim
The project architect is Gene Fong Associates based in Los Angeles. 

This area of the resort district has seen an increase in planned new hotel construction including a 12-story Cambria Suites Hotel and a 12-story JW Marriott located at the Gardenwalk mall.

Source: Google Maps
References:

local.anaheim.net/departmentfolders/planning/PC/Item6.pdf

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