Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort reveals makeover of public spaces

With updates from top to bottom, the lobby now has new paint, flooring and a light-up accent wall.

Marriott International has renovated the public spaces of the Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort, including its lobby and the addition of a fitness center.

The welcome center’s check-in desks were relocated to allow easier access to the elevators. The lobby now has new paint, flooring and a light-up accent wall, as well as new furniture. Lobby bathrooms also received a refresh, and the kid’s center was similarly enhanced.

New to the Anaheim hotel is a fitness center with cardio, free weight and stretch equipment including three treadmills, a recumbent bike and two cross trainers. A medicine ball rack and yoga mats are also available.

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A remodeled meeting room can accommodate up to 40 guests.

Renovations to the guestrooms are underway and scheduled for a spring completion date. Upon completion, the rooms will have designated living spaces with the inclusion of barn doors to separate the sleeping and vanity areas. Premium rooms will have new flooring; 55” televisions with entertainment systems; and new furniture and bedding.

As a Disneyland Good Neighbor Hotel, Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort is less than 0.5 miles from the Disneyland Resort.

 

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