Glendale Springs Hotel and Spa has announced plans to reopen as a hotel.
The resort is now open for business, with two suites and two restaurants on site.
The resort was built in 1939 and opened its doors in 1940.
The hotel is the last of its kind in the resort and has been an icon in the area for generations.
It has a beautiful exterior, with a view of the lake and a beautiful view of Los Angeles.
Guests can use the glistening water, enjoy a relaxing spa, and enjoy complimentary beverages and merchandise.
“Glendale Springs is a family-owned business, and we believe this new hotel and restaurant will be a good fit for guests of all ages and income levels,” said Glendale Spring Resort Director, Kathy Johnson.
“We’re excited to bring a new, modern hotel to our guests, and to celebrate its 60th anniversary with a new menu that will be inspired by our Southern California roots and our local community.”
Glendale Spring is currently owned and operated by a company called A&M Corp. The owners say they will have more information as it becomes available.
The Resort has an impressive collection of properties and attractions.
There are several Disney World-themed restaurants and hotels, such as the famous “Frozen” themed hotel and Spa, and a number of Disney World restaurants and shops.
Guests have also enjoyed a range of entertainment options at Disney World parks and Disney California Adventure parks.
Guests are encouraged to visit the parks on weekends and holidays to experience the best of Disney California.
Glendale is a favorite for families with children and older adults.
The Resort has a wide variety of activities for children and adults, from guided tours to play dates and special events.