Two hotels in Chatsworth have rebranded with national chains.
Paul Holtum, director of sales for the Chatsworth Radisson, said the hotel "became a Radisson once again on December 15."
“We are thrilled to be joining Radisson during this exciting turning point in the brand’s history,” said Andy Wu, of Paradigm TVM Inc., owners of the hotel.
The Chatsworth Radisson, built in 1982, has an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness center. Meeting space is available for up to 240 people.
The Chatsworth Hotel was sold for $9.2 million or $62,162 per room in July.
The 148-room property was sold by LaeRoc Partners. The liquor license was transferred as part of the sale.
The rebranded 150-room Travelodge, formerly a Comfort Inn, a Best Western, a Choice Hotel and a Seven-Star Suites, was built in 1988.