Of Mice and Mousse

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 4, 2007
The Hotel Ménage isn't your typical hotel. It's a boutique hotel, so stylish it oozes Las Vegas and South Beach. Funny, then, that it's in Anaheim, a city dominated by corporate chains, cheap motels and, of course, Disney. But that's exactly the...
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