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Travel to Anaheim

Westin Anaheim Resort

Located directly across from the Disneyland Resort and adjacent to the Anaheim Convention Center lies The Westin Anaheim Resort. This hotel is the closest in proximity to Downtown Disney, aside from Disneyland’s own hotels. Michael Hong, the architect who designed the Bellagio, Wynn, and Encore hotels in Las Vegas, pays homage to the resort’s surrounding Orange County with décor that includes oranges and tangerines in the motifs laid across the interior and exterior, as well as with the hotel’s signature restaurant, Tangerine Room. The Westin Anaheim Resort offers amazing food and dining options, including a top-notch continental breakfast, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Puesto Mexican Restaurant, Blossom Café & Market, Bar 1030, and more. This family-friendly resort also aims to make children’s experiences interactive and enjoyable. The hotel’s family program welcomes children with a travel journal, local activity guide, and a plush toy. There is also a curated menu for children.

All suites and many rooms include a luxurious shower and soaking bathtub, which guests from Japan may particularly appreciate. Many of the rooms, including the hotel’s RISE Rooftop Lounge, have beautiful panoramic views of the Disneyland Resort—a fantastic place to experience Disney fireworks at night. These views, along with the ability to purchase park tickets from the hotel, show how well “The Happiest Place on Earth” has been integrated into the resort’s culture. These are not the only perks. The hotel also features a fitness studio, whirlpool spa, private cabanas, and a swimming pool. If you’re looking to host an event, The Westin Anaheim Resort boasts 23 meeting rooms and a grand ballroom, making it perfect for all occasions. On a more general note, the hotel staff is extremely friendly, resulting in excellent customer service. In 2021, the hotel received the AAA Four Diamond rating, a reflection of the quality of its hospitality. Overall, the resort offers a luxury experience for anybody visiting Anaheim.


The complete article can be found in Issue #281 of the Tokyo Journal.

Written By:

Laith Stephens


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