April 29, 1999 |
Orange County hotelier Tushar Patel, who lost a high-profile bidding war with Walt Disney Co. for Anaheim's Grand Hotel in 1996, is close to purchasing the far bigger Anaheim Marriott hotel, sources familiar with the transaction said Wednesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 19, 1997
Mayor Tom Daly will give his State of the City address at the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce's luncheon Feb. 4. The noon event at the Anaheim Marriott, 700 W. Convention Way, is open to the public. Tickets are $25 for chamber members and $35 for nonmembers. Daly will highlight some of Anaheim's noteworthy accomplishments of the past year and talk about the city's prospects for 1997 and beyond. Tickets must be purchased by Jan. 31. Information: (714) 758-0222.
September 9, 1994 |
Cheerio, Old Bean: The Anaheim Marriott is completing a $4-million renovation of its guest rooms this month with the goal of giving its quarters a homier feeling. Rooms are being decorated in light colors and will feature casual chairs and armoires. Other changes are in store, too. Next spring, the hotel plans to open Gourmet Bean Cafe, a cozy coffee shop that will seat only 24 and will feature various gourmet coffee drinks. Marriott will have its own house blend of java.
July 14, 1994 |
Good Use of Leftovers: The Anaheim Marriott is putting its leftovers to good use, sending its surplus food to two local social service agencies to help them feed their clients and to minimize waste. The food is going to the Anaheim Interfaith Shelter for homeless families with children and to the Syntone Treatment Center, which cares for abused boys. Leftovers from the hotel can include as much as 50 pounds of chicken salad or a like amount of deli meats.
December 9, 1992 |
More than $30 million worth of corner convenience centers, old bank branches and recently built office buildings changed hands in a span of 2 1/2 hours Tuesday as the Resolution Trust Corp. sold off commercial property from failed savings and loans. Nearly 800 professional bidders, investors, real estate brokers and family trustees came to the Anaheim Marriott in hopes of buying commercial space at bargain prices. Some did. A five-unit shopping center at 9502 Hamilton Ave.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 6, 1992
Finding a way to make the Disney resort project "work" has to be high on the priority list of everyone who is a resident of Orange County. Certainly the recent EIR release addresses some challenges, but from the perspective of many people, they all seem manageable. I encourage all of us to muster any means possible to support the Disney organization from this day forward to make this monumental project a reality by the year 2000. E.F. SNAVELY General Manager, Anaheim Marriott