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Featuring an outdoor swimming pool and a shared lounge, Hampton Inn & Suites Anaheim Resort Convention Center is located in Anaheim, 1.1 miles from Anaheim Convention Center and 2.1 miles from Disney... Friendly and helpful staff. Very clean and updated rooms. Easy walk to Disneyland.
Boasting an outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, shared lounge and free WiFi, Hampton Inn & Suites Buena Park is located in Buena Park, 2.4 mi from Knotts Berry Farm and 1.9 mi from Pirates Dinner... Location is easy on and off. Even during COVID, still had breakfast (take out) and the rooms were...
Located in Anaheim, 1969 feet from Anaheim Convention Center, Homewood Suites by Hilton Anaheim Conv Ctr/Disneyland Main features an outdoor pool, a children's pool and a hot tub. I loved the breakfast and happy hour meals. All staff were lovely and helpful.
Boasting an outdoor pool and a fitness center, Ayres Hotel Orange offers spacious guestrooms and suites equipped with free WiFi. A free breakfast buffet is also served. Disneyland Park is 3.5 mi away.... Couple blocks to Orange outlet and few mins driving away to Main Mall.
Offering a year round outdoor pool and a restaurant, Ayres Hotel Fountain Valley is located 6 mi from Huntington Beach. Free WiFi access is available in all suites. Complimentary parking is provided. Everything is amazing !! Clean … tasty breakfast … nice personal!!
Offering an outdoor pool and a hot tub, Ayres Hotel Anaheim is 15 minutes’ drive from Disneyland Resort. Free WiFi access is available. Honda Center is 984 ft away. We booked 3 rooms for family. We upgraded one room to a suite and were able to all gather for games...
Hyatt House at Anaheim Resort/Convention Center has a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center and bar in Anaheim. Everything except the breakfast
Just one mile from the Disneyland Resort and Anaheim Convention Center, this hotel boasts an outdoor pool and state-of -the-art fitness center. It features an American restaurant and coffee house. The bed and shuttle bus to disyneland
Located 12 minutes’ walk away from Disneyland, Tapestry By Hilton SunCoast Park Hotel, CA features a heated outdoor pool and hot tub. Guests can enjoy a daily free hot breakfast. The staff was wonderful went above in service and very friendly.
Featuring an on-site restaurant, Wyndham Anaheim offers rooms with Free WiFi. Disneyland is 12 minutes' walk away from this hotel. Guests can also enjoy the on-site pool. Loved the location! Very clean and modern!
Featuring 2 outdoor swimming pools and a restaurant on site, this hotel is located 1.5 miles from Disneyland. It has ticket services for Disneyland and shuttle services to the park. Awesome and comfortable with spacious room for 5 adults like our stay!
Located less than 1 mi from Disneyland, California Adventure, and the Anaheim Convention Center, this hotel features an outdoor pool and hot tub. Free WiFi and free guest parking are available. clean, good location for Disney, kind staffs
Located about 15 minutes' walking distance to Downtown Disneyland, this hotel in Anaheim, California offers comfortable guestrooms and relaxing facilities. You simply cannot fault this place.....location is fantastic.
Located less than 2 miles from Knott's Berry Farm Amusement Park,Good Night Inn Buena Park offers comfortable accommodations, friendly service, and is located between motorway I-5 and I-9. Our 3rd time visiting. Great location! Everyday cleaning services.
Featuring a heated pool, Hotel Pepper Tree is 10 minutes' drive from Disneyland. This Anaheim hotel offers spacious studios with full kitchens and private balconies. Very helpful staff, great location, clean, comfy
Located adjacent to the Convention Center, this hotel is within 15 minutes' walk to Disneyland and the Disney California Adventure Park. The bed was so comfy and the room was spacious and the house keeping stuff was so polite and helpful
Boasting an outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, shared lounge and free WiFi, Staybridge Suites Anaheim At The Park is located in Anaheim, 1.2 mi from Disneyland and 1.2 mi from Disney California... Friendly and personable reception staff, I think her name was Kat.
Holiday Inn Express Fullerton-Anaheim is located in Fullerton, 15 minutes' drive from Disneyland. Free WiFi is available at this hotel, and a free American breakfast is served daily. Clean comfortable and up to date!!
Just a 10-minute walk to Disneyland, this Anaheim hotel features free hot breakfast. Guests can enjoy views of the theme park and fireworks from the rooftop pool. Free Wi-Fi is available. The staff was outstanding. The receptionist on Sunday morning contacted me to tell me they were...
JW Marriott, Anaheim Resort is located in Anaheim, within 2 mi of Disney California Adventure and 2.7 mi of Disneyland. Close to everything. Shopping and Dinning
A heated outdoor pool and fitness center is featured at Clementine Hotel & Suites Anaheim. Disneyland is 11 minutes' walk from this all-suite property. Free breakfast is provided. The hotel absolutely exceeded our expectation in everyway.
Just 15 minutes' walk to the Disneyland entrance, this Anaheim, California motel offers free WiFi. Guests can enjoy the property's outdoor pool. Good location for visiting Disney parks. I would say 20 minutes walk / 5 min by car.
Located 1.2 mi drive away from Disneyland, this hotel features an outdoor pool and hot tub. It offers studios with free WiFi and serves a daily hot breakfast. Overall experience was excellent. Breakfast was always excellent, with the waffle machine being the...
Just off the Santa Ana Freeway for easy access to many attractions, including Disneyland, this hotel in Anaheim, California features a variety of recreational activities and an on-site restaurant. Front desk people always welcomed you back
Get Max Pass. If you have anyone who wants thrill rides it's 100% worth it to not wait in lines all day. We are annual pass holders and we know our way around. We also recommended going in the off season. Summer is the worst time to go.
I would recommend buying the max pass & the fast pass if waiting is an issue for you. My daughters are 9years & 13years old. Not a single disagreement happened between them while visiting the parks. The variety of rides delivered many great surprises, so many to choose from. I would have enjoyed one more day.
I highly recommend the fireworks and the lights show at 9:30pm. Suggest to find a better spot 15-20 minutes before at Mickey's Toontown. And if you don't mind to hang around a bit longer, another highly recommended show is the Phantasmic show at 10:30pm which is a live show from Mickey himself and some of the major Disney characters.
Use the FASTPASS! We stayed at a local hotel with free shuttle bus to /from the parks, that was a great deal. Was not impressed with the quality of maintenance at both Disney parks, a lot of mechanical breakdowns and failures. We could even see indications of poor maintenance/upkeep and craftsmanship in some of the older attractions. Expected better from Disney
Buy a fast pass it's too frustrating queuing while the pass holders get priority! We done 2 days without then on our third visit we got the pass which included free photo downloads so worth it but get there early to maximize benefits
Disneyland, what can I really say? this is the original Disneyland and only where Walt Disney stepped foot out of all the Disney's. Not only this, I LOVE that children can enjoy this but adults can be kids without anyone judging them. Such a magical place to go to. I have no bad things to say about this place. Spectacular. Just go if you ever get a chance!
The location is fine, being about a 16 minute walk to Disneyland/California Adventure main gates. We got a two-bedroom unit, which worked fine for our family. There was adequate space and it was a much better deal than getting two separate units, especially compared to the surrounding hotels. The decor is strictly functional, but we were not in Anaheim to spend time in our rooms!
Came down to Anaheim to go to Disneyland and the location to the park was perfect! It was an easy 10-15 min walk to the main gates. This was also the cheapest hotel BY FAR that was walking distance to the park. Also liked that we had a fridge in the room! Room was also very big and roomy and AC worked great! Would stay here again!
The entire hotel property was beautiful and clean. Staff was friendly and helpful. Appreciated the fact that there was a shuttle to Disneyland resort, even though the resort is across the street. The resort is not accessible from that side of the property.
I love this hotel, whenever I go up to Anaheim this is one of the hotels I insist on. It's close to Disneyland (AP Member), great parking lot, friendly staff, great service, clean rooms and beds. Never had a problem here that wasn't resolved.
If you are visiting Disneyland then this hotel is in the perfect location. The bed was very comfortable, but the room and the outside of the hotel need some TLC. The outside had a lot of garbage and had a dirty feel. The room felt dirty as well.
I love how the hotel is right across from Disneyland. I also love how clean and nice the hotel room was. The staff was also very nice. Other hotels I have been to, the air conditioning never works but their air conditioning works very well.
The hotel is in a great location. Walking distance to Disneyland (when it reopens) and Downtown Disney. Rooms are very clean and this is coming from a major germaphobe and someone with OCD!
This is our favorite Anaheim hotel! We stay here every trip we take to Disneyland! The staff is always so friendly and helpful and the newly remodeled rooms are very nice!
The location of the hotel is perfect, close to Walgreens incase you forget something. Also down the street from Disneyland if that is why you are here. Staff is excellent.
Stay at a hotel within ten minutes of the park. Leave your hotel at least an hour before the park opens; you will avoid the huge lazy crowd coming in to the parking garage 1-2 hours after opening. It can take 45-60 minutes just to get into the parking garage during that time, so come early if you'd rather spend that time in the park. Weekdays are always better than weekends for getting on more rides, but the time of year is important, too. Try to avoid major holidays or vacation times such as Spring Break. Do the most popular rides as soon as the park opens when crowds are thinner; you won't have to wait as long. Try waiting 1-2 hours after the stereotypical "lunch" and "dinner" times to eat your meals in order to avoid a long line for food. Bring your own lunch and keep it in a locker to avoid such lines completely and save a few bucks. Snacks, food, and water are all allowed in the parks. Always wear comfy (not brand-new) tennis shoes for maximum walk-abilty. When you arrive, check the times for the daily parades and if you don't care about them, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, avoid Main Street and Fantasyland during that time!! If you are entering Disneyland during that time, you will not be able to get anywhere, the crowds take up the entire sidewalk and you will feel like a salmon trying to fight your way up against the current of people. Stay in California Adventure during that time if you have park hopper passes, or get some Main Street shopping done, because you will not get anywhere at all otherwise.
Take a special someone to Disneyland before you make little special-someone children. If you are both in decent shape and willing to power-walk around strollers, you'll be faster than most of the seemingly intimidating crowds. It's like a 16-hour hike but with air-conditioned pacing breaks for ghost pirates and talking cars. Maybe that's not your ideal date, but my special someone and I never tire of it. And our calves look fantastic.
Enough time in your trip to explore all that Disneyland contains other than just the rides, at least several days is good.
A hotel close to the park that is affordable, clean, safe, comfortable, and has plenty of parking, makes the time spent at Disneyland so much more enjoyable. Disneyland is always a pleasure, particularly when there are good bands playing on the property. An awesome hotel is like having home a short walk or drive away.
Be prepared to spend at Disneyland. There are shops outside Disneyland that offer souvenirs a lot cheaper. Bring your walking shoes.
We went to Disneyland and Californian Adventure in one day ,almost 10hrs at Theme Parks was to much for my poor old legs , however our teenage daughter's would have stayed for 24hrs. Longer at each Park would have been better .. 2-3 days