Extended Stay America Los Angeles-Anaheim Hills is designed specifically for people who need more than just a room while away from home. In addition to the comfortable recliner and large work desk, the oversized studio ...more
Residence Inn by Marriott Anaheim Maingate - is an all suite extended stay hotel in a garden -like setting within walking distance to Disneyland & across the street from The Anaheim Garden Walk. We offer condo style ...more
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Anaheim, Calif., was founded in 1857 and is the largest city in Orange County with 336,265 residents. It became Los Angeles County's second incorporated city in 1870 before Orange County was created 19 years later. For nearly 100 years after it's founding, Anaheim was very rural and known primarily for its orange groves.
Then Disneyland Park opened in 1955. It is one of the most famous theme parks in the world. Fireworks are set off from the park on weekend evenings throughout the year and on weeknights during the year's busier times. These may be viewed from locations throughout Anaheim. It and Disney California Adventure comprise the Disneyland Resort.
Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have played in the 45,957-seat Angel Stadium of Anaheim since moving from Los Angeles in 1966. Games with the Los Angeles Dodgers are probably the season's most intense. The team plays 81 home games a season from April to October.
The Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League play 41 home contests a year from October to April at the 17,174-seat Honda Center. They played their first season in 1993, the same year the Honda Center opened. The Honda Center also serves as Anaheim's premier concert and entertainment venue.
The Anaheim Convention Center is comprised of a convention hall and a basketball arena that seats up to 9,100. It played host to the wrestling competition at the 1984 Summer Olympics and an NBA playoff game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Utah Jazz in 1992.
Anaheim possesses a pleasant climate with summer temperatures reaching the mid-80s on average, and winter highs are generally in the mid-60s. The temperature has never dipped below 30 degrees. The city receives just 11 inches of rain per year.