Two California hotel operators are facing labor disputes during the busy summer travel season. A union representing workers at three Disneyland Resort hotels in Anaheim recently rejected a contract offer and claimed the offer did not include adequate health care coverage. The company, however, said the contract included provisions for affordable coverage. Meanwhile, the union representing workers at the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles is demanding that management at the hotel negotiate a new contract. The current contract is set to expire the day the hotel closes for renovations.