The Honda Center was previously known as Honda Center and is one of the most attractive buildings in the NHL. The Honda Center opened in 1993, and its characteristics include marble concourses, glass archways and brass fixtures. Disney focuses on the family entertainment at the Ducks games, and they make it very clear. The team showed the movie version of the Disney film "Mighty Ducks" before the team hit the ice for the first time.
Reproducing state-of-the-art design in both form and purpose, the Honda Center presents fans a facility that is both gorgeous and a pleasure to watch a hockey game. Easily located to five major freeways, the Honda Center gives fans very comfortable seating and proximity to the action.
The outside of the arena consists of 12-foot stone walls which widen around the building. Granite is also used to sketch the building's most exclusive features. The structure’s roof length is 444 feet by 329 feet, more than 100 feet above the arena floor. On the building's inner, more than 200,000 square feet of marble is used to beautify the public open space.
Inside the Honda Center are three open space levels. Nearest to the ice is the Plaza Concourse, with 5,600 deluxe, cloth-padded seats. In addition, on the Plaza Concourse level are 40 luxury suites, situated 17 rows above the ice. The Plaza Concourse presents many entrances for simple access and a range of full-service concession stands.
Among these two levels is the Club Concourse, a personal, private level, 21 rows above the ice. Suite and seat holders may take pleasure in a number of benefits, as well as preferred parking, waiter/waitress service, theater-style seats and tickets to year-round events hosted at the Honda Center.
In total, the Honda Center consist of 84 luxury suites, which can hold 10, 12 or 14 people, varying on the suite size and place.
In October 2006, Honda acquired the naming rights for $60 million for over 15 years