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Hotel Development Continues to Rise in Anaheim Resort District; 13 Hotel Projects Planned or Underway in 1,100-Acre Tourism Hub

ANAHEIM, Calif. (May 9, 2017) – Visit Anaheim, the official goal promoting association (DMO) for Anaheim, settled guest numbers for 2016, discharging record-setting guest volume for the fourth year in succession. The Southern California business and excursion goal invited 23 million guests to the goal (source: CIC Research, Inc.), an expansion of 2.4 percent from the earlier year. Universal appearance was likewise up by 5.8 percent, bringing about 2.86 million worldwide guests to Anaheim.

Go to Anaheim in 2016 emphatically affected Orange County’s neighborhood economy by including $8.1 billion, a stunning 8 percent expansion from 2015. Booked inn housing likewise expanded 2.1 percent, a figure due to part to the quantity of new lodging ventures arranged or potentially in progress in the Anaheim Resort™ region.

“Four years in a row of surpassing visitor volume and spending records, it is clear that tourism is a key factor in the economic success and prosperity of our local community,” said Jay Burress, president, and CEO, Visit Anaheim. “The quality of our neighborhood tourism industry is plainly apparent by the positive residential and worldwide guest development, combined with new lodging item improvement. We foresee that the following couple of years will keep on proving the positive monetary effect tourism has on neighborhood improvement and the economy.”

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Hotel advancement in 2015 and 2016 has been phenomenal for the Anaheim Resort locale with eight new lodgings opening their entryways. Right now, there’s more than $2 billion in speculation occurring in the 1,100-acre of the land region between Disneyland Resort, the Anaheim Convention Center and lodging development.

Orange County trade show goers have also increased. More Exhibitors are flocking to Anaheim Convention Center to show off their services and or Product