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KillerOrange gives you the ability to shop for the best hotel or motel for your next vacation or overnight stay in Orange County, California. Hotel/motel amenity information is fully listed, including a detailed description of each hotel or motel if available. Details include information such as: free parking, number of rooms, number of floors, spas, fitness & exercise gyms, childrens amenities, babysitting & childcare, beach access, handicapped rooms, golf, room service, concierge, ice machines, meeting & banquet facilities, tennis, laundry, express check-out, mini bars, fishing, and indoor & outdoor pools. Room amenities such as hair dryers, coffee makers, modem lines, internet access, fax, copy service, television, cable, elevators, clothes irons, barber/beauty salons, clock radios, safe deposit boxes, and complimentary breakfasts are also detailed. Most listings include a photo of the OC hotel or motel.

If you are going to Disneyland, consider the surrounding cities - Fullerton, Orange, Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Buena Park and Stanton in addition to Anaheim.

If you are looking for an awesome beach or harbor vacation, consider OC's many wonderful beach communities including San Clemente, Capistrano Beach, Dana Point, Laguna Beach, Corona del Mar, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach and Seal Beach.

If you are flying in or out of the Orange County John Wayne Airport, surrounding cities/communities include Newport Beach, Corona del Mar, Irvine, Tustin, Santa Ana, Fountain Valley and Costa Mesa.

Click on one of the city links above to find and reserve a room at the hotel or motel that best fits your needs for the OC vacation of your dreams.

If you enjoy mountain biking or hiking, OC has some of the best and most accessible wilderness imaginable. You can literally bike (or hike) from the mountains to the sea. Consider communities such as Brea, Yorba Linda, Anaheim Hills, Orange, Tustin, Irvine, Trabuco, Mission Viejo, Aliso Viejo, San Juan Capistrano, Dana Point, Newport Beach or any of the Lagunas for quick-and-easy trail access.

If you are looking for something else to do while you are in the OC, don't forget to check out our Things to do around Orange County Cities page for many wonderful ideas!
Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau 
The Anaheim Resort Tourist Information Center. "Visitors to Anaheim/Orange County need to make just one stop to purchase tickets to all major southern California attractions, sightseeing tours, receive discounts, and general information on what to see and do in Anaheim/Orange County and all of southern California. Where: The Tourist Informaton Center is conveniently located at 1500 S. Harbor Blvd., in the McDonald's parking lot across the street from the Disneyland Resort. Hours: Open 8:00am - 5:00pm- every day from December - May. Summer hours vary, please call for more information. Contact the center: Call 714/533-3691. If you'd like information sent to you prior to your visit, please email your mailing address to The Anaheim Resort Tourist Information Center is sponsored by the City of Anaheim, the Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau and the Anaheim Police Department. "  Anaheim
Buena Park Convention & Visitors Office 
Official Convention & Visitors Office for Buena Park. E-Zone Map, Attractions, Nearby Attractions, Hotels, Dining, Shopping, Transportation, Meeting Planners, Press/Media, Coupon Booklet.  Buena Park
California Department of Tourism 
"Welcome to California, the land of golden opportunities. You have chosen one of the most diverse destinations in the world.... A wealth of exceptional attractions and natural wonders awaits you."  
Costa Mesa Conference & Visitors Bureau 
"Whether you are visiting Costa Mesa for business or pleasure you will discover a wealth of things to do and see that will stimulate your senses. From South Coast Plaza to the Theatre District, the city is the undisputed dining, shopping and entertainment destination in Southern California. There has never been a better time to visit flourishing Costa Mesa. "  Costa Mesa
The County of Orange, California 
"The colorful pageantry of human history in Orange County began at some undetermined point in the distant past when Shoshone Indians came to dwell along the coast and in the lower canyons of the mountains. Theirs was a simple form of existence: they lived off of the abundance of the land. In 1769, Gaspar de Portola, a military man and Spanish aristocrat, was appointed governor of Lower California. He commanded an expedition traveling northward into the literally unmapped and half mythical territory of Alta California. His assignment was to seek out the legendary Bay of Monterey. He was also to secure the Spanish claim to his vast frontier against any invasion from Russian trappers or British colonizers. Portola called upon Father Junipero Serra, president of the Mexico City Missionary College, to assist in this monumental undertaking. It was late in July in 1769 when this first party of European explorers reached the boundaries of present-day Orange County. Members of the expedition named the region 'The Valley of Saint Anne' (Santa Ana). It was to this valley that Father Serra returned six years later, where he proceeded with the work of establishing the Church and converting the local people. While the East Coast of North America was engaged in revolution and spectacular change, the West Coast too was undergoing a quiet and almost undetected transformation. Father Serra dedicated the Mission of San Juan Capistrano, Orange County's first permanent settlement, on November 1, 1776. The Mission became a self-sustaining unit based upon an agricultural economy. Its chapel and adjoining structure were the first signs of civilization erected upon the fertile, virgin soil of the Santa Ana Region.... In 1955, Walt Disney opened his Magic Kingdom in Anaheim. Noted as the pioneer of animated films, Disney revolutionized the entertainment world again with his 'theme park' recreation concept. By 1960, the neighboring metropolis of Los Angeles was 'bursting at the seams.' As the population spilled over the county line and across the rural Santa Ana Valley, it left in its wake an urban landscape of homes, shopping malls, and industrial parks. Today Orange County is the home of a vast number of major industries and service organizations. As an integral part of the second largest market in America, this highly diversified region has become a Mecca for talented individuals in virtually every field imaginable. Indeed the colorful pageant of human history continues to unfold here; for perhaps in no other place on earth is there an environment more conducive to innovative thinking, creativity and growth than this balmy, sun bathed valley stretching between the mountains and the sea in Orange County."  Santa Ana
Dana Point Visitor Center 
The actual Visitor Center is located in the Clocktower Building at the LaPlaza Center. "Dana Point is located midway between the cities of San Diego and Los Angeles in the southern portion of Orange County. This location provides access to four major airports within about one hour’s drive. The San Diego Freeway runs through the City from north to south and Pacific Coast Highway provides intercity access to the beach communities of Orange County. The Orange County Transportation Authority provides public bus service to all of Orange County. Local train service is provided within five minutes of most residents via Amtrak (San Juan Capistrano) and Metrolink (San Clemente). Dana Point provides over 1,800 hotel rooms ranging in accommodations and services from economy hotels to the four star Ritz Carlton and St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort & Spa. Convention and meeting facilities are available at the larger resort facilities. All provide access to Dana Point’s unique coastal amenities Browse this site for complete visitor information. We look forward to seeing you soon! "  Dana Point
Destination Irvine 
"Minutes from everywhere. Close to perfect. In the center of it all - Spectacular beaches, world-renown shopping, championship golf courses, protected wilderness areas, award-winning restaurants, family-friendly theme parks, prominent arts and culture, and much more. All that you could ask for - Irvine prides itself on being one of the cleanest and safest cities in Southern California. Irvine is also conveniently accessible to two major freeways and the Orange County John Wayne Airport, making easy to get to, and around. Home away from home - Irvine’s superior hotel properties provide outstanding accommodations and services at affordable rates."  
Huntington Beach Conference & Visitors Bureau 
"Discover paradise in Huntington Beach, California. Year round Mediterranean climate, eight and one-half miles of uninterrupted beachfront and brilliant sunsets that highlight California's finest pier, provide the perfect setting for your dream vacation or corporate gathering. Explore the largest wetlands preserve on the California Coast. Dine at one of our bistros or sidewalk cafes, then take a romantic stroll, walking hand-in-hand along the sand. From bonfires at our pristine, sandy beach to surfers catching waves, 'Surf City' is one of America's safest cities and the best place to stay in California. This premier coastal destination is known for its affordable and luxury accommodations and central location to major attractions. See Southern California by day, but always return to Huntington Beach to kick off your shoes and relax. It's California's coastal playground."  Huntington Beach
Irvine Tour Company 
"Join us for a tour of the central and southern portions of the Irvine Ranch. Led by Irvine historian Judy Gauntt Liebeck, this tour will provide an understanding of how one of the largest private land holdings in the United States was kept intact through extreme pressure to develop, and how one man's vision forever changed Southern California. The City of Irvine has 'grown up' on the old Irvine Ranch, along with Newport Beach , Corona del Mar, and parts of Orange, Tustin , and Santa Ana. The Irvine Ranch was one of the largest privately held properties in the world and the largest in Southern California. The story of the development is intertwined with some of the most intriguing families in California history, past owners of the three major land holdings that went into the building of the Irvine Ranch. The Yorba family, Don Jose Andres Sepulveda, William Wolfskill, the Bixby family, and the James Irvine dynasty – and the native Indians and Spanish missionaries who preceded them – each left an indelible imprint upon the landscape. The City of Irvine is the largest master-planned community in North America, located in the center of one of the richest areas on Earth. The balance of business, housing, shopping, education, transportation, and open space provides a wonderful place to live in many residents opinion. "  Seal Beach
Laguna Beach Visitors & Conference Bureau 
"You will never lack for exciting Attractions in Laguna Beach, home of the oldest art museum in California, the world renowned Pageant of the Masters, and the acclaimed Laguna Playhouse. Gentle sea breezes and some of the world's cleanest beaches and water make Laguna Beach a year-round recreational mecca..."  Laguna Beach
Newport Beach Conference & Visitors Bureau 
"Welcome to the Newport Beach California Official Visitors Website - a brief introduction to the "Colorful Coast," one of Southern California's most vibrant recreation and entertainment centers. Famous worldwide for its picturesque sandy beaches, majestic coastline, infinite recreational activities, award-winning dining and world-class shopping, Newport Beach is more than a sophisticated beach town - it's a way of life."  Newport Beach
Newport Harbor Annual Christmas Boat Parade 
"Join over a million viewers as you watch beautifully decorated yachts, boats, kayaks and canoes sail along the harbor in the 96th Annual Newport Harbor Christmas Boat Parade. Presenting Sponsor Simple Green, Official Sponsors the Daily Pilot and Janes Capital Partners, and the Commodores Club of the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce invite you to sail to the theme of 'A Winter Waterland.' As Newport Beach’s Christmas Card to the world, the boat parade will set the harbor ablaze for five consecutive nights, beginning Wednesday, December 15 and ending Sunday, December 19, 2004. The parade starts off Collins Island at 6:30 pm and finishes at the same site at approximately 8:30 pm on Wednesday and Thursday, and 9:00 pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. (Two separate routes are run on different evenings.) Beautiful multi-million dollar yachts, kayaks, canoes and other small boats will light up the harbor as a dazzling array of holiday lights and music fill the air at the Christmas Boat Parade. Many of the boats will be richly decorated with animated Christmas scenes accompanied by music and costumed carolers. With this year’s theme, participants are also encouraged to decorate their boats taking into account the unique celebration of the holiday season in Southern California. Some boat owners in the past have spent over $50,000 to decorate their vessels for the event. The Christmas floats will wind their way some 14 miles around the harbor to give viewers in restaurants, yacht clubs, on public beaches, and in private homes a incredible sight that has delighted millions of people for 95 years."  Newport Beach
Orange Chamber & Visitor Bureau 
"Visitor Information Shopping, Dining, Lodging and More Stop by and visit the Orange Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Bureau to pick up a city map and informative brochures about even more local attractions. The Orange Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Bureau works hand-in-hand with the city of Orange and the Merchant's Association to promote tourism in the community by making Orange an exciting place to visit. The quaint Old Towne Orange Plaza provides plenty of antique shopping as the Antique Capital of California, and even the chance to take a walking tour of neighborhoods listed in the National Historic Registry. However, for those interested in a different form of entertainment, The Block at Orange and the Stadium Promenade offer outside shopping and a large selection of dining opportunities. In addition, the city of Orange is located only 3.5 miles from Disneyland and the Orange County/Anaheim Convention Center, 12 miles from Knott's Berry Farm, 20 miles from the beach, and approximately 45 miles from Los Angeles, making it a very centralized location for tourists visiting any of these Southern California attractions. "  Orange
Orange Drop 2006 
ORANGE COUNTY NEW YEARS EVE PARTY! Featuring a New Orleans Mardi Gras themed entertainment mega-event at the OC Fairgrounds! This is the one you won't want to miss! At midnight the Orange will descend with the countdown to 2006! Featured bands and musicians include: Sugar Ray, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, The Violent Femmes, The Psychedelic Furs, Berlin, The English Beat, Bow Wow Wow, Reel Big Fish, Lit, WaxApples, The Eyeliners, The Colour, American Eyes, Charles Feelgood, Grant Plant, Jason Blakemore, DJ Jasen, and Speaker Junkies. Themed Environments include: Blues & Booze, Cantina, KIIS FM House Party, Live Music Buildings, Main Stage, OC Corral, OC Music Awards Stage, Party Gras, SqueezeOC Martini Lounge, and Wine Country.  Costa Mesa, Laguna Beach
Visit Orange County 
"The Orange County Tourism Council (OCTC) is a non-profit agency representing a wide variety of local tourism-related organizations including accommodations; arts & culture venues; attractions; chamber of commerce’s; convention & visitor bureaus; retail & shopping centers; restaurants; transportation providers; and visitor services."  
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