Places to Stay
With its wealth of attractions and prime location, Anaheim is an exciting place to stay for both
vacationers and business travelers. The City has lodgings to suit every budget, and the Anaheim Convention Center is perfect for any type of business meeting or convention.
Anaheim first became a meetings and conventions destination in 1967 with the construction of the domed Arena. The Anaheim Convention Center has gone through three major expansion projects, and each expansion has added major exhibit halls and meeting space. With these expansions, Anaheim is now home to the largest convention center on the West Coast.
The main lobby area soars 190 feet,
and the glass walls invite Southern California’s famous sunshine into the meeting spaces. The Anaheim Convention Center’s pre-function areas total 200,000 square feet, and houses 815,000 square feet of exhibit space. All halls are directly accessible from the spacious lobby/registration pre-function areas. Meeting and ballroom space totals 130,000 square feet directly above the exhibit halls. The ballroom is one of the largest available in any convention center at 38,058 square feet.
The City of Anaheim, Disney and the Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau have pooled their resources
to create the Anaheim Resort. The 1,100 acre Anaheim Resort District, encompassing the Disneyland
Resort and Anaheim Convention Center, was transformed to include fresh and modern
landscaped streets, pedestrian avenues,
traffic thoroughfares, signage and
The Disneyland Resort features the Grand Californian Hotel, a 750-room, Craftsman-style luxury hotel, and three enchanted hotels with Disney’s signature quality, service and imagination.
The Anaheim Resort Transit (ART) system brings a new level of service and value to the area, and its frequent
service and eight interchangeable routes allow for easy and
connections between hotels, event centers, shopping, dining and evening entertainment.
The ART fleet consists of 37 clean-fuel vehicles that service the 1,100-acre Anaheim Resort District. During peak periods or special events,
10-minute frequency services accommodate early morning and evening high-demand periods. Non-peak period days are serviced with 20-minute frequency. Daily service begins 60 minutes before area event centers open and concludes 30 minutes after closing.