Newport Beach Welcomes the Highly Anticipated Lido House This March

Lido House Brings Sophisticated and Relaxed Coastal Ambience to the Heart of Newport Beach

Newport Beach, CA. January 31, 2018 -

Lido House, an Autograph Collection hotel, today announced a March 2018 opening. Nearing completion in Newport Beach, the resort is a stylish celebration of Southern California’s coastal lifestyle, delivering the ultimate, authentic beach house retreat.
 
A legacy project by local developer Robert D. Olson, Lido House is set on the site of the former City Hall and pays homage to the historic landmark. The 130-guest room resort set on 100,000 square feet, is just steps away from Lido Marina Village, the city’s marina, retail and dining hub. With its innovative culinary offerings and design features, Lido House will elevate the neighborhood’s standing a must visit destination.
 
With interior design by the EDG team, the property will come to life with an effortless sense of style and reflects a welcoming beach house vibe, reminiscent of Robert Olson’s own Newport Beach home. Truly embracing the home away from home concept, Lido House features five residential-style, three-level cottages spanning 1,300 square feet, including a rooftop patio, personal BBQ and fireplace. Each of the one-of-a-kind cottages feature a distinct and authentic design motif created by a different local designer: Grace Blu Design, Jennifer Mehditash Design, Brooke Wagner Designer, Erica Bryen Design and Blackband Design.
 
“At Lido House, nautical flair merges with Cape Cod-style architecture to capture the spirit, lifestyle and culture of the community,” said Olson. “As the nexus of beach, marina and town, Lido House will be the geographic and emotional heart of the city, and a true partner in the community. In every sense, Lido House is Newport Beach, a lively celebration of our beloved coastal retreat.”
 
Every element of the hotel comes together to establish Lido House as the new-old centerpiece of Newport Beach:
 
Culinary: Set to serve as Newport Beach’s new culinary hot spot, Lido House will offer a variety of distinct dining options to satisfy every craving and occasion. Mayor’s Table, the hotel’s signature restaurant, honor’s the sites City Hall roots and manifests a gastro pub-style vibe, offering inventive cocktails and seafood oriented fare including a raw bar, chef’s table and open action kitchen. Topside will serve as Lido House’s captivating rooftop bar – and the only rooftop bar in Newport Beach – with a playful yet chic scene featuring festive Champagne pairings, fine wines, cocktails and local brews. Crew Coffee + Cremerie offers up curated blends of coffee and classic ice creams, made with ingredients from around the globe and served up with a decadent twist.
 
Meetings and Events: Lido House will feature spaces and services for the most iconic Newport Beach celebrations – from weddings to corporate events - with 15,000 square feet of indoor / outdoor meeting and event space. An elegant ballroom is the center piece of 4,000 square feet of indoor meeting space, which also features a pre-function space and an executive board room. Three event lawns spanning a total of 11,000 square feet offer the ideal setting for many occasions, from intimate receptions to grand celebrations up to 500 guests.
 
Wellness: The ocean-inspired Boost Spa will be designed with optimal energy in mind. With four tranquil treatment rooms the spa will offer an array of botanically oriented treatments created to reinvigorate the mind and body. The 1,500-square foot spa includes a co-ed relaxation lounge, a retail boutique and a naturally-lit fitness facility with CrossFit style equipment.
 
About Lido House

Debuting as an Autograph Collection hotel, Lido House is designed with an effortless sense of style and a definitive beach house vibe. The hotel will be Newport Beach’s favorite guesthouse for locals and out of town visitors and will boast 130 guest rooms, including one presidential suite, several executive suites, and five custom designed three-story cottages. Ideally situated among the city’s marina, beach and retail mix, the stylish coastal retreat will be located in the heart of Newport Beach just steps away from Lido Marina Village and is flanked by the harbor and sandy beaches. The property will feature The Mayor’s Table, a full-service restaurant, along with Topside, the only rooftop bar in Newport Beach. Other highlights include 15,000 square feet of indoor / outdoor meetings and events space, a saltwater pool with private cabanas, a high-end fitness center, and Boost Spa.

Media Contact:

Anna Cofer
J Public Relations
310-722-7066
lidohouse@jpublicrelations.com

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