CYPRESS, CA – With a new leader at the helm, Courtyard Cypress Anaheim/Orange County continues to strengthen its driven passion for delivering unparalleled customer service.
Rick Garcia, who is originally from Chula Vista, California, trekked nearly 3,500 miles from Anchorage, Alaska to assume his brand-new managerial position.
“After spending over three years in Alaska, it’ll be rewarding to share all of the valuable things I learned in Anchorage to my beloved home state,” Garcia said. “I am extremely excited to work with such an amazing staff, committed to bringing a comfortable, enjoyable experience to Golden State visitors.”
Garcia entered the hospitality field in 2006 at Remington Hotels. For over four years, he climbed his way up by in serving multiple roles, including night auditor, PBX operator and front desk supervisor. He then took over as front office supervisor at Evan Hotels for a little over a year. In 2011, Garcia accepted his first general manager position at Holiday Inn Express. During the beginning of 2013, he headed up to Alaska to undertake a few managerial roles, most recently at Hampton Inn Anchorage.
Only a 90-minute drive from Garcia’s hometown, Courtyard Cypress provides California visitors spacious and innovative accommodations designed with the modern traveler in mind. Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi, ergonomic workspaces, comfortable couches and luxurious bedding are just a few of the many amenities that leave a lasting impression on guests.
When away from their rooms, families and leisure travelers alike will appreciate the hotel’s convenient location near world-renowned theme parks such as Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm. The Bistro – Eat. Drink. Connect., Courtyard’s on-site restaurant, serves delectable American cuisine for breakfast and dinner, as well as Starbucks coffee and evening cocktails. If guests are coming to town for business, the Cypress hotel offers five impressive meeting spaces to accommodate everything from intimate boardroom sessions to mid-size conferences. During downtime, travelers can soak up the year-round sunshine at the hotel’s outdoor pool, or get the adrenaline pumping at the well-equipped fitness center.