Tharaldson Hospitality Management Opens 80th Hotel!
REDLANDS, CA—Tharaldson Hospitality Management (THM) is pleased to announce the brand-new Residence Inn by Marriott Loma Linda / Redlands opening today, October 1, 2021!
This extended-stay Residence Inn by Marriott, located at 27351 San Bernardino Ave, features 104 all-suite rooms along with great amenities including free Wi-Fi, guest laundry, full kitchens in every suite, complimentary hot breakfast every morning, outdoor heated pool and a state-of-the-art fitness room. The hotel also features the evening RI Mix on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights, which features a light meal, wine and beer—all complimentary to guests (limited service during COVID-19 pandemic).
Under its franchise agreement with Marriott International, Tharaldson Hospitality will own and operate the property. This property is conveniently located right off Interstate 10, across the street from the new Amazon Hub and a short drive to Munchkins Distribution and the University of Redlands. The hotel is only a few miles from the San Bernardino Airport and all the amenities that San Bernardino County has to offer.
Quote from Elma Peterson, Opening General Manager:
“We are beyond excited to bring a Residence Inn by Marriott, the leading extended stay brand, to the city of Redlands. Tharaldson built a gorgeous product in an amazing location with every comfort within walking distance. We look forward to creating great memories for our guests and growing our presence and reputation within the community of Redlands.”
Quote from Richard Garcia, Regional Director of Operations:
“When searching for a location for THM’s 80th hotel opening, it quickly became obvious that an extended stay hotel in Redlands would be a perfect match. With Redlands centrally located within the Inland Empire, our Residence Inn is near Ontario Airport, and within easy driving distance of Los Angeles and Palm Springs. Our guests will have all the comforts of home while taking advantage of all that Southern California has to offer.”