In a great addition to the iconic Anaheim travel destination, R.D. Olson Construction took part in a $25 million renovation at the Hyatt Regency Orange County, which caters to business and leisure visitors from around the world.
The atrium lobby has taken on a whole new look with sleek curved booth seating, new porcelain tan tile flooring and a registration desk made of cerused oak with a CaesarStone top and an onyx face. Behind the desk, R.D. Olson built a handsome thirty-foot wall of teak wood, specialty glass and LED lighting, making for a warm presentation. Upon entering, guests enjoy a spatial dramatic backdrop of glass windows that tower seventeen stories above the registration area, and palm trees stretching thirty-five feet tall.
Making for an entirely new presentation, the hotel’s signature restaurant, TusCA, features a large decorative pizza oven and new buffet counter. Set within the 17-story atrium lobby, the dining room, curved booth seating, oversized metal-framed umbrellas, and large palm trees embrace the California culture.
The OC Brewhouse offers a laid-back setting and includes a renovated bar rich in dark teak wood. The double-sided bar offers a lounge on one side, and dining on the other. Custom specialty glass sliding doors on either side of the bar separate the two. The lounge features a custom LED backlit art panel set in custom millwork frame and ceramic tile flooring that resembles wood planking.