REDDING, CA—Azul Hospitality has broken ground for a new 130-room, six-suite Sheraton Redding Sundial Bridge. The property is located in the Turtle Bay Exploration Park, a fun, non-profit 300-acre gathering place featuring the Sundial Bridge, museum, forestry and wildlife center, arboretum and botanical gardens.

“This is a very unique opportunity to open a property within the Turtle Bay Exploration Park,” said Douglas Leiber, principal and chief operating officer, Azul Hospitality Group. “The Park is a vibrant gathering place where the community comes together through education, cultural engagement and economic growth. The Sheraton Redding will be positioned perfectly to take full advantage of all the park and community has to offer.”

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