Best Western Hotels in Anaheim, CA
On your visit to Anaheim, CA, to go to a Disneyland Resort attraction, a California Angels game or Ducks hockey match, or for Anaheim’s world of shopping, dining and entertainment options, Best Western Hotels & Inns offers multiple convenient locations you can choose from now through the Hotels-Rates.com database.
You know the comfortable stay available at Best Western includes spacious and clean rooms equipped with high-speed internet, ample work space, coffee maker, microwave and refrigerator, and complimentary coffee and tea. You’ll also find the front desk staffed 24/7, a complimentary continental breakfast, exercise facilities, business center and meeting rooms.
The six Best Westerns in the Anaheim Resort District offer rooms and suites near Disneyland and other attractions at starting rates ranging from $128 to $197:
- Best Western Courtesy Inn at 1070 W Ball Road, Anaheim, CA. Rates start at $128.
- Best Western Plus Raffles Inn & Suites at 2040 S Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, CA. Rates start at $179.
- Best Western Plus Stovall's Inn at 1110 W Katella Avenue, Anaheim, CA. Rates start at $137.
- Best Western Plus Pavilions at 1176 W Katella Avenue, Anaheim, CA. Rates start at $146.
- Best Western Plus Anaheim Inn at 1630 S Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, CA. Rates start at $197.
- Best Western Plus Park Place Inn - Mini Suites at 1544 S Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, CA. Rates start at $197.
Best Western Hotels Convenient to Disney Resorts, Downtown Anaheim
Many people coming to Disneyland Resorts are excited about the brand new Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge theme park, as well as the original Disneyland, Disney California Adventure Park, Downtown Disney District and additional Disney attractions.
Best Western locations in Anaheim could not be more convenient for a Disney visit. South Harbor Boulevard and West Katella Avenue intersect at the doorstep of Disneyland Resort, as well as next to the Anaheim Convention Center & Arena, House of Blues Anaheim, and the Anaheim GardenWalk, 430,000 square feet of dining, unique shops, family-friendly fun and nightlife. Ball Road is Anaheim’s major east-west artery running just north of Disneyland.
The Honda Center, home of NHL Ducks hockey, concerts and other events, is on East Katella Avenue in Downtown Anaheim, just 10 minutes from the Disney resort area, and Angel Stadium, home of Major League Baseball’s Angels is next to the Honda Center.
Disney, professional sports and downtown’s revitalized shopping, dining and entertainment districts have made Anaheim a popular destination for everyone from families to foodies. Further, Anaheim Resort Transportation, the ART, offers visitors convenient connections to every major landmark in Anaheim, as well as direct service to nearby attractions like Knotts Berry Farm theme park in Buena Park and to Los Angeles Union Station, where trains go to Orange County beaches, into L.A., to Santa Barbara and all of Southern California.
The ART’s main bus, rail and commuter train station, the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC), is at 2626 E Katella Avenue, between the Honda Center and Angel Stadium.
From an ART bus, Uber, Lyft or your own vehicle, enjoy a visit to several downtown entertainment destinations in Anaheim. The historic Anaheim Packing District is home to dozens of restaurants and shops, as well as the green lawns of Farmers Park. But its focal point is the Anaheim Packing House, a former citrus packing warehouse that has been historically preserved and retrofitted as a multi-story food hall with spaces set aside for live music and other events.
A block walk away, Center Street Promenade is known for artisans’ shops, outdoor cafes, restaurants, street fairs and for hosting the city’s Halloween parade. Between Center Street and the Packing District, the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center at South Anaheim Boulevard and Broadway is a contemporary art museum that presents an ever-changing program of exhibitions, events and activities. Outside, enjoy the fountain-filled Carnegie Plaza & Courtyard or venture to the Anaheim Ice rinks across Center Street.
Another block north, Pearson Park features a public swimming pool and the 2,000-seat Pearson Park Amphitheatre, which hosts a series of family shows and small concerts each summer. The 1930s-era amphitheater is a destination in itself for its Spanish-style architecture with terra-cotta roof tiles, Wisteria and Bougainvillea arbors, and landscape of towering Mexican Fan Palms, delicate Pygmy Date Palms and colorful Impatiens.
As you enjoy your visit to Anaheim and its resorts and downtown attractions, you’ll love relying on Best Western’s friendly staff to ensure a comfortable and memorable stay. Click through now to book your stay through Hotels-Rates.com.