Embassy Suites Anaheim-Orange completes $12M redesign

Embassy Suites Hotels, the Hilton Worldwide brand of upscale all-suite hotels, opened the Embassy Suites Anaheim-Orange after a $12-million renovation including a complete makeover of suites, meeting space and indoor and outdoor pool facilities. The hotel, formerly a Hilton Suites, is managed by Crescent Hotels & Resorts.

Guests are now welcomed by a redesigned contemporary lobby featuring an atrium restaurant and bar, Cloud 9, which was completely reimagined. The hotel's suites were also redesigned to include bathrooms with a separate shower and tub, as well as a separate living room with sofa bed, microwave, refrigerator, work desk and ergonomic chair. Eighteen of the 230 suites are two-bedroom family suites, offering the same updated amenities as standard one-bedroom suites but with a full size bed next to the den and 200 square feet more space.

The hotel can now accommodate intimate meetings and events for up to 100 people. Four thousand square feet of meeting and banquet space is available, including breakout rooms for up to 50 people and a boardroom with executive-style chairs for up to 10 people. The atrium provides reserved seating for a lunch venue, as well as a 24-hour complimentary business center. Guests may also use the complimentary 24-hour fitness center, which has Precor fitness equipment such as treadmills, elliptical machines and free weights.

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The hotel is within walking distance of the MLB's Angel Stadium and only one mile from the Honda Center, a major concert venue and home of the NHL's Anaheim Ducks. Also near the property are the Disneyland Resort and The Outlets of Orange, offering more than 120 shops, restaurants and a spa. The hotel is also a few minutes from Chapman University, UCI Medical Center and major corporations in the Anaheim/Orange County.

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