Saturday, July 23, 2022

Luxury Nickelodeon Hotel In Garden Grove, California Gets The Go-Ahead From Planners

The long-awaited Nickelodeon-themed luxury hotel for Harbor Boulevard in Garden Grove, Orange County, California has got the go-ahead!

Proposed Nickelodeon Hotel and Resort for Harbor Boulevard in Garden Grove.

On Thursday (July 7) night, the Garden Grove Planning Commission unanimously cleared the way for the construction of a 500-room Nickelodeon-themed hotel on Harbor Boulevard.

The panel approved developer Kam Sang’s request for approval of a planned unit development and site plan for a 3.72-acre site on the west side of Harbor immediately south of the existing Sheraton Hotel.

The proposed project would include:

  • a themed pool experience with a “lazy river” and pool slide
  • event space with a 600-seat theater
  • 17,715 square feet of ballroom/meeting space
  • 22,296 square feet of hotel restaurant
  • 5,480 square feet of retail
  • themed amenities totaling 13,238 square feet
  • a 7,000 square foot arcade
  • a spa and fitness center of 8,532 square feet
  • a five-level parking structure with 528 parking spaces.

Once construction starts, completion should take 18 to 24 months estimates Lisa Kim, assistant city manager and director of community and economic development.

We first heard of plans to open a Nick Hotel in OC in 2016, when Nickelodeon and Kam Sang Co. planned to open a Nick-themed hotel in the city. However, the project was delayed by the end of redevelopment as well as the coronavirus pandemic.

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Originally published: July 09, 2022.

Original source: The Tribune (II).

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