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Located in Buena Park, 2.5 miles from Knotts Berry Farm, Hampton Inn & Suites Buena Park has accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a fitness center and a shared lounge. Just one night stopover after an evening arrival into LAX. Great value, good beds and clean.
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.... the cleanless and overall state of the property is very neat.
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. Cleanliness, pleasant staff and very nice rooms.
The Westin Anaheim Resort features a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center and bar in Anaheim. The hotel is beautiful and very new. Very comfortable and with beautiful aesthetics and decor.
Located in Anaheim, 1.4 miles from Anaheim Convention Center, The Viv Hotel, Anaheim, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel provides accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, private parking, a fitness center... Clean,friendly and helpful staffs and firelake breakfast .
Located in Anaheim and with Anaheim Convention Center reachable within a 19-minute walk, Cambria Hotel & Suites Anaheim Resort Area provides a restaurant, non-smoking rooms, free WiFi throughout the... Stayed- family of 7 in family suite.
Hampton Inn & Suites Anaheim Resort Convention Center is located in Anaheim, a 18-minute walk from Anaheim Convention Center and 1.7 miles from Disney California Adventure. If you’re going to any Disney park, this hotel is a must. Best location ever.
Located 6.5 miles from South Coast Plaza, Holiday Inn Express & Suites Santa Ana - Orange County, an IHG Hotel offers 3-star accommodations in Santa Ana and features an outdoor swimming pool, a... Simple style and clean room, I like it very much.
This hotel is an 11-minute drive from downtown Fullerton and California State University at Fullerton. It features spacious rooms and serves a daily continental breakfast. Comfortable room and an excellent location. Everything you need is within walkable distance.
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. very clean and cofortable bed plenti towell
Free breakfast is provided daily at this Santa Ana hotel. An airport shuttle is also available for guests. Rooms feature free Wi-Fi. The University of California Irvine is 15 minutes’ drive away. It's a nice place, very comfy and great location, I'm coming back every time I need to stay...
This hotel is just 5 minutes’ drive from Knott’s Berry Farm Theme Park. Days Inn by Wyndham Anaheim Near the Park features an outdoor pool and hot tub. A good hotel close to Angels Stadium, close to Disneyland, and close to a supermarket.
This Stanton motel is 6 miles from Disneyland, which features rides, dining and entertainment. Guests at the motel can swim in the outdoor pool. Free WiFi is provided in all guest rooms. Jocelyn was so nice thank you guys so much
Howard Johnson Buena Park serves a light continental breakfast with waffles every morning. This Buena Park hotel provides comfortable guestrooms and convenient amenities. Very elegant and very clean🙂🙂🙂
This hotel in Buena Park, California is within one mile of Knott's Berry Farm amusement park and offers amenities such as free high-speed wireless internet access and an outdoor pool. The location was perfect, the pool and jacuzzi perfect everything was perfect
Featuring an outdoor pool, The Lemon Tree Hotel offers boutique accommodations in Anaheim. It offers guest rooms with free WiFi. Disneyland is 4 mi away. Close to Disneyland, clean and comfortable with a pool for the kids.
California Inn is located in Anaheim, 1.8 miles from Disney California Adventure and 1.8 miles from Anaheim Convention Center. This 3-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk. It’s charming and so very well taken care of. You can tell the staff shared a sense of pride.
Located in Brea, 11 miles from Anaheim Convention Center, Residence Inn by Marriott Anaheim Brea has accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, private parking, a fitness center and a bar. Very nice room. Good beds, large fridge, a lot of amenities. When we received it it was very clean.
Just 1 mile from Disneyland Adventure Park'd entrance, this Residence Inn offers spacious rooms with a cable TV. It features a sun deck. modern new accommodation, easy 5 minute walk to Disneyland
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. Location is great, walking distance to Disneyland, access to food and pharmacy store with just few...
Just 15 minutes' walk to the Disneyland entrance, this Anaheim, California motel offers free WiFi. Guests can enjoy the property's outdoor pool. Excellent location and comfortable room.
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. 20min walk to Disney entrance. Free (basic) breakfast to all hotel guests. Heated pool and jacuzzi.
Located in Anaheim, 1.1 miles from Anaheim Convention Center, Element Anaheim Resort Convention Center provides accommodations with free bikes, private parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness... Free breakfast great variety. Close to garden walk for restaurants and dining.
Located just 1 mi away from Disneyland, this Anaheim hotel features an outdoor heated swimming pool and free Wi-Fi. A microwave and compact fridge are offered in each guest room at Alpine Inn. We really enjoyed our stay at Alpine Inn.
Exceeded all expectations. Three tips. 1. Get Genie +. It’s worth it. 2. Download the App well before you go and study it in detail. The App runs your trip. It’s not just an aid, it’s essential. The more work you do in advance, the more you will enjoy your trip. 3. There are a lot of good accessible hotels near the park. You don’t need to stay at a Disney hotel.
I've always enjoyed Disneyland, but the amount of money that you pay to not get the full experience was a bummer. It was too Overcrowded making it difficult to even walk without bumping into someone. Lines were extremely long to even get on most rides. Disneyland is definitely Overrated!
Express pass was in my opinion a waste of money. You are allowed to pre-book 11 rides a day, but only 1 at a time. You have to complete the 1st one before booking another. They agreed it was Stupid and are going to change it next year ! The park itself was fantastic but of course you spend most of the day in long queues.
A fun day. Enjoy the "legacy"attractions and rides. I'm used to visiting Disneyworld which may be similar the Disneyland but it's at least two to three times the size. So at Disneyland you are able to cover so much more ground in a shorter period of time.
I thoroughly enjoyed a trip down memory lane as I took all the classic rides. The directional signage is very poor, so I found myself going back and forth unnecessarily. I don't like that it's so computerized--most food places serve only mobile orders, so if you don't have a mobile order (I don't do apps), you don't get served. Considering that attendance is apparently restricted, it was jammed with people, most of whom have no respect for people in scooters and who simply step in front of the scooter, which cannot possibly stop instantly. It's a wonder there aren't more accidents. Nevertheless, I had a super time.
Fix the monorail for the disable who can not walk to much from the tower of parking to the entrance of Disney. My husband who was willing to take it easy had no choice to walk that 30 min walk killed his foot.
My girlfriend is from Santa Fe and this adorable hotel/apartment made us feel like we were in a modern Casita with palm trees. Super cute place with fridge and an oven/stove and tv. The Mexican market across the street was amazing. Very comfortable and in a very safe and comfortable area in Anaheim relatively close to both Knotts Berry Farm (Which we loved!) And Disneyland. Highly highly HIGHLY recommend to anyone looking for a cozy place in anaheim to stay!
Stayed here with my Family from Cork from 31st of March for 5 Days. The Staff where so nice the Room was very Big with Bedroom behind tv Room The Breakfast was Exceptional The Swimming pool was Very Clean The Only Downside was the Restaurant and Bar Wasn't open Every night so we Had to make Arrangements to go for Food Every night I Would Recommend this Hotel to anybody Travelling to Disneyland in Anaheim Los Angeles Trevor Lyons Douglas Cork
The hotel was right across the street from the Anaheim convention center it took less than 5 minutes to get to. It is also very close to Disneyland which is a great if you plan to go to Disneyland after your convention. The employees are all very nice and the hotel is kept clean. They have a larger than usual mini fridge and a microwave which is very nice if you bring your own food. The rooms are very clean and I would definitely stay the Alpine Inn again.
Breakfast was great. Only went to one evening reception, but it was nice and included appetizers and drinks. Room was very nice. and quiet. I felt safe in the neighborhood and walked to a couple of local restaurants. Anaheim Transit picked us up right in front of the hotel and transported to Disneyland for a reasonable rate. Hotel staff were friendly and knowledgeable about helping us set up the transit apps on our phone.
I really appreciate the details at the Westin hotel. All the special features for controlling the lights in the room, details like comfy robes and lavendar oil bedside make it special for a getaway. All the staff were helpful and friendly. I had a quiet room and great stay for 2 nights while I was visiting Disneyland. It was a short walk to the parks and great location in Anaheim.
Went to visit Disneyland. Easy short walk to the park. Hotel backs up into the Anaheim GardenWalk which we walked through to get to the street. Breakfast was good, but expensive. Hotel was new, beautiful, nicely appointed. Had a corner room with two large windows. Had view of Space Mountain and the Matterhorn. Comfortable, quiet, spacious. Large bathroom and big shower.
Location is close enough to Disneyland, although better if one uses Anaheim Resort Transportation to get around. Everything was exceptionally clean including the bathroom, desks, and beds. It's also a quiet place (the full property includes a full motel (Anaheim Signature Maingate) along with several hostel rooms. Housekeeping came in daily to clean up.
I love that Anaheim Desert Inn and Suites is literally right across the street from Disneyland. Our main trip was to have a girls day at Disneyland so the hotel was perfect! The breakfast was simple, but I am a coffee person and they served coffee. So, I am a happy camper.
The location to both Disneyland and the Anaheim Convention Center was definitely a plus. The room was clean, regardless of the hotel being old. We had issues with our keys not working. but the staff was very good about it and they did their very best to make it right.
The hotel looked nice and felt clean. For whatever reason (we suspect fall break) the Anaheim area was very busy the weekend we booked. We got a great value at this hotel when compared to other hotels near Disneyland.
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