• Anaheim Marriott wins Four Stella Awards in 2018, breaking California Record

     
    POSTED December 10, 2018
     

As of early November, Anaheim Marriott is the first hotel in California to win four Stella Awards. Andy Lakefish, the hotel’s director of sales and marketing, announced that Anaheim Marriott was recognized in the following categories:

  • Gold Award - Best On-Site Tech/WiFi - Far West
  • Silver Award - Best Food & Beverage - Far West
  • Silver Award - Best Green Initiative - Far West
  • Silver Award - Best On-Site Staff - Far West

The Stella Awards honor hotels and other hospitality spaces and services that provide meeting professionals with consistent high-quality business. The awards are presented by Northstar Meetings group and selected by a panel of judges managed by Meetings & Conventions and Successful Meetings.

Anaheim Marriot’s 169,662 square feet of flexible meeting space includes 23 event rooms and 44 breakout rooms. The 25,410-square-foot Platinum Ballroom can accommodate up to 3,585 guests for a reception.

The west coast is getting a major addition to its travel destination scene. Orange County’s first ever JW Marriott, Anaheim Resort is now accepting reservations for stays beginning May 17, 2020. Located at the Anaheim Gardenwalk just steps from Disneyland Resort and the Anaheim Convention Center, The highly anticipated destination gives luxury travel a whole new meaning.

 

Beginning on November 19, Dreamforce, Salesforce’s largest annual four-day experience is expected to gather 60,000 attendees from around the world. As thousands flock to San Francisco for the big event, the city’s top hotels know exactly what it takes to cater to convention travelers.

 

A prime site for conventions, trade shows and exhibitions, the Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) recognizes that it has a unique opportunity to impact the lives of millions of guests and community members that step through its doors every year. That’s why the center has recently collected and donated 14.1 tons of remaining event items and 12 tons of carpet to various Los Angeles-based nonprofit organizations, in alignment with their commitment to zero-waste initiatives.