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Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel

Hotel Contact:
900 South Disneyland Drive
Anaheim, California 92802
United States
Main: (714) 778-1700
Email: Email Hotel Cindy Smith
Director of Sales & Marketing: Cindy Smith
Website: www.majesticgardenhotel.com
Elite Rating
Planner Rating: 5.0
Opened 1969
Renovated 2014
Guest Rooms 489
Kings/Suites/Doubles 80 / 31 / 328
Room Rates High $119 - 214 Low $109 - 169
High Season High Season Low Season Low Season Shoulder Season Shoulder Season
JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Ideal Group Size 200
Max Group Size 300

Fees/Taxes

Resort Fee NONE
Room Tax 17.20%
Sales Tax 8.00%

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Meeting Space

Largest Meeting Room 8,280ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 20,000ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 6,000ft²

Airport Proximity

John Wayne/Orange County
20 min 13 miles (21 km)
Long Beach Airport
30 min 20 miles (32 km)
Los Angeles International
60 min 35 miles (56 km)

Business:

Wireless internet
Business Services
Audio Visual Equipment

Recreation:

1 outdoor swimming pool
1 outdoor spa
Game/Arcade Room
Billiards

Nearby:

Disneyland Resort Parks
Downtown Disney
Garden Walk Entertainment Dining
Anaheim Convention Center
Honda Center Duck Stadium
Anaheim Angels Baseball Stadium
House of Blues
The Grove of Anaheim
Knott's Berry Farm
Medieval Times
Onsite Dining: Capacity
California Deli
20
Grab & Go
Garden Court Bistro
138
California Casual
Garden Court Lounge
30
Bar

F&B Averages:

Breakfast Buffet $27.00 Cont. $19.00
Lunch Buffet $36.00 Plated $26.00
Dinner Buffet $48.00 Plated $34.00
Coffee Break $16.00
2-Hour Open Bar N/A
Elite Overview Planner Ratings & Reviews
Elite Rating Average Planner Rating
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5.0
1 review
Arrival Experience:
5.0
Accommodations:
5.0
Food & Beverage:
5.0
Guest Service Experience:
5.0
Conference Services Staff:
5.0
Meeting and Function Facilities:
5.0
Activity or Recreation Options:
5.0
Planner-to-Planner Recommendation:
5.0
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Capacity Charts
Room Name Total Square Meters Room Size(meters) Ceiling Height (meters) Total Square Feet Room Size (feet) Ceiling Height (feet) Classroom Theater Banquet 10 Reception Conference U-Shape H-Square 10 x 10s
Cornwall North 75 8.8 x 8.5 3 812 29x28 9 60 80 70 0 25 20 25 0
Cornwall North & South 159 18.9 x 8.5 3 1,708 62x28 9 90 250 120 0 50 40 0 0
Cornwall South 83 9.8 x 8.5 3 896 32x28 9 60 80 70 0 25 20 25 0
Devon 91 10.7 x 8.5 3 980 35x28 9 50 110 60 0 30 25 0 0
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Property News
ANAHEIM MAJESTIC GARDEN HOTEL ROYAL ADVENTURE WINNER NAMED!
Posted June 9, 2015
NORCAL WOMAN WINS ‘ROYAL ADVENTURE’ VACATION AT ANAHEIM HOTEL

NORCAL WOMAN WINS ‘ROYAL ADVENTURE’ VACATION AT ANAHEIM HOTEL

$5,500 package includes six nights, airfare, Disneyland tickets, and a star lineup of Anaheim attractions
Promotion draws nearly 40,000 entries


June 9, 2015 (ANAHEIM, Calif.) — The newly christened Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel is granting a Sacramento woman’s birthday wish. Out of almost 40,000 online entries, Loni Howard was randomly drawn as the winner of the Royal Getaway Adventure, a 7-day, 6-night stay at the hotel for four including air transportation, rental car, four 2-day Disneyland® Resort Park Hopper® Tickets -- redeemable at both Disneyland® Park and Disney California Adventure® Park, plus a $250 Disney Gift Card for use in the parks, four single day tickets to Knott’s Berry Farm®, four tickets to the Medieval Times Dinner, and daily breakfasts.

The 56-year-old emergency preparedness coordinator at Sutter Medical Center in Sacramento took a little bit of convincing about her good fortune.

“I was waiting for the sales pitch when I got the email and call,” Howard admitted. “I usually don’t enter contests, but I entered it because it was Anaheim and Disneyland. I really wanted to go for my birthday this year and see Disneyland’s 60th anniversary, but I didn’t see how I could afford to go and take my friends. I got the call when I was at lunch. As I was walking back into work that’s when it hit me and I almost started to cry.”

Howard, who also raises puppies to be guide dogs for the blind, many of which she has taken to Disneyland, said she will not be bringing any puppies on this trip only three of her friends and a “royal” sense of adventure, and perhaps, “a princess hat.”

The Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel transformed from a chain hotel to independent on May 22, 2015. Complementing the property’s landmark castle and Tudor themed architecture, the new name also includes a new theme and brand aimed at immersive and special experiences for guests, including the hotel’s very own fairy-tale story woven into the carpets and hallways of the castle.


“The name of the contest says it all,” said Cindy Smith, director of sales and marketing. “We strive to treat each of our guests as VIPs, and going independent allows us to break out of a more defined corporate structure and write our own story.”

More than a third of the hotel’s 489 guest rooms have undergone phase one of a $6 million renovation with upgrades to the pool area completed last winter. Room enhancements include backdrops that allow guests to feel like they have entered an enchanted forest, with specially designed headboards, lighting and mirrors, new carpeting, as well as touches like reading lights and individual charging stations. Refurbished family suites offer custom made castle bunk beds. Phase two will include renovations to the lobby and other public spaces as well as additional guest rooms. These modifications complement the turret and Tudor themed architecture of the buildings and set the stage for the resort’s next chapter.

The hotel opened as the Royal Coach Inn in 1969 and converted to the Sheraton Anaheim in 1972. The “majestic” Anaheim landmark covers 13 acres and boasts three courtyards that feature flowers, fauna, a rose garden and arbor, lawns, and multiple spots for guests to relax in privacy.

Located on 13 acres off South Disneyland Drive, the hotel has 489 guest rooms and suites, more than 26,000 square-feet of meeting and outdoor function space, a full service restaurant and bar, and a bistro and marketplace. The hotel also offers free “Dream Machine” shuttle service to Disneyland® Resort and a Disney® Desk in the lobby for the purchase of multiple-day Disneyland ® Resort Park Hopper® Tickets. The hotel has the largest guest rooms in the area making it a popular choice for family travel.

The Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel is part of PHR Management, Inc., a collection of 30 international properties and its other U.S. property, Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel, which the company took independent in 2013.

PHR Management, Inc., with offices in Anaheim, Calif., is an affiliate of Ken Corporation, LTD., the Japan-based ownership group. The company specializes in asset management, real estate investment, international real estate, office and retail real estate, property management and residential leasing.




Media Contacts:
Christina Proctor, christina@weidingerpr.com
Phil Weidinger, dinger@weidingerpr.com
Weidinger Public Relations
775-588-2412


Loni Howard, 56, of Sacramento is the grand prize winner in the Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel’s “Royal Adventure Getaway.” Howard is an emergency preparedness coordinator at Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento.

Courtesy of Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel

ANAHEIM MAJESTIC GARDEN HOTEL RE-BRANDING INDEPENDENCE
Posted March 10, 2015
ICONIC HOTEL RE-BRANDING FOR LEISURE AND GROUP FOCUS

ANAHEIM MAJESTIC GARDEN HOTEL RAISES FLAG ON NEW ERA --
ASSUMES INDEPENDENT HOTEL STATUS MAY 22


March 10, 2015 (ANAHEIM, Calif.) — The newly re-imagined Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel (http://www.majesticgardenhotel.com) will be transformed from the Sheraton Anaheim on May 22, 2015 to assume independent and “magical” status. After years of proudly flying the Sheraton crest, PHR Management will be lowering one flag and raising a new one.

The hotel’s transformation goes beyond a name change and includes a new theme and brand aimed at immersive and special experiences for guests. Max Saito, vice president of PHR, said the company is investing $6 million in property renovations and improvements. Saito indicated ownership’s confidence in the hotel, its employees and the long term prospects and reputation of Anaheim as a leading vacation destination as the impetus for the move. The property’s current staff and leadership team are being retained.

The hotel opened as the Royal Coach Inn in 1969 and converted to the Sheraton Anaheim in 1972. The “majestic” Anaheim landmark covers 13 acres and boasts three courtyards that feature flowers, fauna, a rose garden and arbor, lawns, and multiple spots for guests to relax in privacy.

More than a third of the hotel’s 489 guest rooms have undergone phase one of renovation with upgrades to the pool area completed this winter. Room enhancements include backdrops that allow guests to feel like they have entered an enchanted forest, with specially designed headboards, lighting and mirrors, new carpeting, as well as touches like reading lights and individual charging stations. Refurbished family suites offer custom made castle bunk beds. Phase two will include renovations to the lobby and other public spaces as well as additional guest rooms. These modifications complement the turret and Tudor themed architecture of the buildings and set the stage for the resort’s next chapter.

“We plan to bring a touch of magic to every guest’s stay at the Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel,” said Cindy Smith, director of sales and marketing. “Independence means we’ll have the flexibility to provide special requests for our customers that extend beyond a more defined corporate structure. With the renovations and all the surprises still to come we’re confident our guests will have a memorable stay at our castle.”

This flexibility extends to the care of group, events and meeting business. Hotel Chef Richard Aragon is approaching the 21 year mark at the property. Aragon often meets diverse requests for menus for special events and groups. From Asian and Middle Eastern cuisine to Hawaiian poke, Aragon said they are known for their ability to meet the client’s needs.

“It’s like a family here. Many of our staff have been with the property for more than 30 years,” Aragon said. “Our staff has always excelled at customer service. We work together in a way to ensure the customer’s special day, whether that be a wedding or family reunion, or a corporate event, exceeds the guest’s expectations.”

Located on 13 acres off South Disneyland Drive, the hotel has 489 guest rooms and suites, more than 26,000 square-feet of meeting and outdoor function space, a full service restaurant and bar, and a bistro and marketplace. The hotel also offers free shuttle service to Disneyland® Resort and a Disney® Desk in the lobby for the purchase of multiple-day Disneyland ® Resort Park Hopper® Tickets. The hotel has the largest guest rooms in the area making it a popular choice for family and business travel.

The hotel is accepting reservation requests for bookings with arrivals May 22 and beyond at www.majesticgardenhotel.com. Requests will be confirmed within 48 hours. Online reservations will open in early March. The May 22 date also coincides with the Disneyland® Resort Diamond Celebration that kicks off the same day.

PHR Management, Inc. is a collection of 30 international properties and two U.S. properties -- the Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel and Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel.

PHR Management, Inc., with offices in Los Angeles, Calif., is an affiliate of Ken Corporation, LTD., the Japan-based ownership group. The company specializes in asset management, real estate investment, international real estate, office and retail real estate, property management and residential leasing.

To observe the change and to complement the property’s landmark castle and Tudor themed architecture, the hotel is launching an epic promotion, the Royal Getaway Adventure.

The online contest offers a grand prize valued at approximately $5,500 including a 7-day, 6-night stay for four including air transportation, rental car, four 2-day Disneyland® Resort Park Hopper® Tickets -- redeemable at both Disneyland® Park and Disney California Adventure® Park, plus a $250 Disney Gift Card for use in the parks, four single day tickets to Knott’s Berry Farm®, four tickets to the Medieval Times Dinner and daily breakfasts.

Contest entries are just a click away beginning Monday, March 2 through May 29, 2015 at http://www.majesticgardenhotel.com/giveaway/. Entrants must be 21 and older to qualify, one entry per person – with options for multiple entries. The winner will be chosen on May 29, 2015. Rules for the Getaway Adventure are available on the site.

Everyone who enters will also receive a coupon for a 20 percent off any future stay between May 22, 2015 and May 30, 2016, non-holidays, based on space-availability.



Media Contacts:
Christina Proctor, christina@weidingerpr.com
Phil Weidinger, dinger@weidingerpr.com
Weidinger Public Relations
775-588-2412