Island Hospitality Hotel Wins 2014 Travelers’ Choice Award Residence Inn Anaheim Resort/Garden Grove

Palm Beach, FL., January 31, 2014—Officials of Island Hospitality Management Inc., one of the nation’s largest hotel management companies, today announced that the Residence Inn Anaheim Resort Area/Garden Grove has been awarded the 2014 Family Travelers’ Choice Award from The Travelers’ Choice Awards are based on millions of reviews and opinions from TripAdvisor travelers’.

“We’re excited to recognize the world’s best properties, based on the opinions of those who know them best – the millions of travelers around the globe who come to TripAdvisor to share their experiences,” said Barbara Messing, chief marketing officer for TripAdvisor. “For those seeking inspiration for their 2014 travel planning, this list of spectacular accommodations that received 2014 Travelers’ Choice awards is a perfect place to start.”

The Residence Inn Anaheim Resort/Garden Grove is a 200 suites hotel located just 1.5 miles from Disneyland. This hotel provides guests with a family-friendly atmosphere boasting two bedroom/two bath kids’ suites, a main outdoor swimming pool, kids’ pool, whirlpool, game room, sports court, and a Kids’ Club.

“We are extremely proud of the Residence Inn Anaheim Resort Area team being recognized with such an honorable award. We know that it’s the guests’ opinions of our hotel that earned them the award and that’s what makes it so important. Frank Palacios, General Manager, and his team work tirelessly to ensure that every traveler that comes through their doors is treated like the only guest and that dedication has certainly paid off” said Jeff Waldt, Sr. Vice President of Island Hospitality.

About Island Hospitality

Headquartered in West Palm Beach, Fla., Island Hospitality Management, Inc, is a third-party, independent management company. It operates over 175 hotels under eighteen different brands, primarily premium select-service hotels, upscale, extended-stay properties, and upscale hotels, in 32 states and the District of Columbia.