Anaheim Marriott completes $32M guestroom renovation

Anaheim Marriott completes $32M guestroom renovation.
Anaheim Marriott's $32 million guestroom renovation saw the rooms reimagined with a residential feel and intuitive usability. Photo credit: Anaheim Marriott

Anaheim Marriott completed a $32 million guestroom renovation. The rooms were reimagined with a residential feel, and the Southern California vibe features contemporary furnishings and a color palette including grays and blues.

Marriott Hotels' "Executive Nomad" design theme was conceived for 21st-century travelers who seek a home-away-from-home space. As a result, Anaheim Marriott's next generation guestrooms have movable furnishings and fixtures to enable people to work individually or gather as a group.

The most noteworthy enhancements include hardwood style floors, mobile table and a sliding barn door entry to the bathroom. A work desk, task chair, wall-mounted 55-inch flat screen TV, and custom artwork representative of Southern California round out the room amenities.

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These changes represent the completion of the hotel's two-year long renovation which included the addition of Slice Pizzeria and The Market for grab-and-go style dining.

Anaheim Marriott is located within walking distance of Disneyland Park and the Anaheim Convention Center.

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