Hotel Lulu Announces May 14 Re-Opening

Reimagined Quintessential California Hotel Re-Opens in the Heart of Anaheim, Steps from Disneyland

USA, Anaheim, California. June 02, 2021

Following a reimagining to both its guestrooms and public spaces, Hotel Lulu will reopen its doors on May 14, 2021. Ideally located just steps from Disneyland and minutes from Anaheim Convention Center, this welcoming and playful property boasts laidback California design details with a modern twist. Outfitted with 310 guestrooms, Hotel Lulu features signature restaurant Lulu's Kitchen; the new Lulu's Coffee, serving Intelligentsia Coffee; a beautiful outdoor pool; 24/7 fitness center; 5,400 square feet of meeting and event space; and an onsite Disneyland® Insiders team. The hotel is managed by Azul Hospitality Group, a San Diego-based hospitality management company focused primarily on upscale hotels and resorts and is owned by J Street Hospitality, also based in San Diego.

"We are excited to announce the reopening of Hotel Lulu and look forward to welcoming travelers, ensuring our guests have a carefree California experience," said John Chan, Hotel Manager of Hotel Lulu. "This newly renovated hotel exudes the fun-loving energy of our Anaheim location, with everything travelers may need to kick back and relax after a day of adventures. From pool deck wine receptions for adults to fireside bedtime stories for kids, we have something for everyone and our goal is to make each guests' desires our top priority."

Art & Design

Hotel Lulu has been fully renovated, including all soft goods in the guestrooms, the lobby, outdoor pool, meeting space and food and beverage venues, with the addition of Lulu's Coffee. The property was built in the 1960's with a nod to mid-century architecture, which inspired the aesthetic of the renovation. The lobby features clean lines with playful pops of color and boasts a 1960's style record player. The pool area evokes a Palm Springs energy, while guestrooms offer contemporary furniture and beautifully appointed bedding and bathroom amenities.

Each guestroom at Hotel Lulu was designed to be a guest's personal haven, a serene retreat designed to help them wake up relaxed and recharged. Room categories include: two queen bed standard, accessible two queen bed standard, king bed standard and accessible king bed standard. Guestrooms come with 55" flat screen TVs; an in-room refrigerator; large shower-tub combination; pick-up dining service from Lulu's Kitchen, in-room coffee maker and tea service; and complimentary WiFi.

Guests can soak up the California sunshine at the outdoor pool outfitted with lounge worthy spaces, cozy fire pits and al fresco dining tables. Creative themed cocktails will be offered by the hotel's swanky outdoor pool like B-LuLu-agoon, a magically refreshing and citrusy cocktail that changes colors when stirred.

Food & Beverage

Laidback California cuisine is at the heart of Hotel Lulu's offerings. Guests can discover casual yet craveable creations with each meal.

  • Lulu's Kitchen: The signature restaurant features snackable, shareable plates, served in a welcoming setting. Those who would rather enjoy a meal from the comfort of their room can opt for the restaurant's pick-up dining service.

  • Lulu's Coffee: The newest addition to the hotel, Lulu's Coffee is the spot to grab a quick bite like on-the-go sandwiches and salads, artisanal baked goods and quiches as well as local favorite Intelligentsia Coffee and teas. For kids, Lulu's Coffee will offer delicious hot chocolate, warm milk, smoothies and juice.

Hotel Happenings

Hotel Lulu encourages guests to explore their creative and child-at-heart spirit. Daily and nightly activities will be offered that are sure to keep even the most discerning guest entertained.

  • Craft Time With Lulu: Let Hotel Lulu inspire your kid's artistic side with arts and crafts at the pool. Offered nightly from 4:00pm-6:00pm by the poolside bar.

  • Dive-In Movies: After sunshine-drenched days in the park, guests can cool off with a dive-in movie at the pool, where they can grab a floatie and a drink to catch their favorite flicks in the water. Offered nightly from 8:00pm - 10:00pm by the poolside bar (season and weather permitting).

  • Pool Deck Wine Reception: Adults deserve to have their share of fun and what better way than hosted happy hour at the pool deck? Kids are welcome - they'll even have their own special drink on draft. Offered nightly from 4:00pm - 6:00pm by the poolside bar.

  • Disneyland Experience: Hotel Lulu is conveniently located two blocks (just 7 minutes walk) from the entrance to Disneyland Park as well as Star Wars Land and Avengers Campus. The property has the Anaheim Resort Transportation (ART) trolley stop just outside the front lobby and offers Disneyland Park vacation packages. Hotel Lulu's onsite Disneyland® Insider's team is ready to share the best-kept secrets and tips about the park.

Meetings & Events

Hotel Lulu features 5,4000 square feet of indoor meeting space with three meeting facilities on property, each is thoughtfully designed to accommodate groups large and small; the largest room holds up to 250 guests.

Hotel Lulu has implemented strict COVID-19 guidelines in accordance with state and local laws, therefore some property operations may be affected.

For more information or to book a stay at Hotel Lulu, visit: https://hotellulu.com/


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