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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... Brand new hotel. Clean as a whistle. Good breakfast (hot and cold).
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. This stay was lovely. The front desk associate was welcoming, efficient and informative.
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 breakfast was good , you can get your own drink (coffee or Juice)and you can eat outside by the...
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. Very clean, nicely decorated, quiet and had a great breakfast.
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. the hotel is clean and staff is very helpful.
An outdoor swimming pool and rooms with free Wi-Fi are featured in this hotel. It is located 2 miles from Knott’s Berry Farm amusement park. Everything was clean and felt safe.
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. Breakfast was sufficient and good
Featuring a shared lounge, Hampton Inn & Suites Anaheim Resort Convention Center is located in Anaheim in the California region, 1.1 mi from Anaheim Convention Center and 2.1 mi from Disney California... We took the room with two queen beds for four adults, it fitted us perfectly.
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. The girl at the front desk was very friendly and very quick with processing the booking.
Featuring barbecue facilities, Holiday Inn Express & Suites Santa Ana - Orange County, an IHG Hotel is located in Santa Ana in the California region, 2.7 mi from Discovery Cube. Staff was fantastic! It was in credibility clean.
Located next to the Canyon Plaza Shopping Center, Fairfield Inn Anaheim Hills Orange County offers free hot breakfast and free WiFi. This was our second stay at this hotel. This time was just after things began reopening during...
This Santa Ana hotel is only a 15-minute drive to Newport Beach and John Wayne Airport. It features an outdoor swimming pool, free Wi-Fi and spacious rooms. Very friendly and Courteous. Facilities were great location was very good.
A 10-minute drive from Huntington Beach, this Fountain Valley hotel is 17.5 miles from Disneyland. Sonesta Select Huntington Beach Fountain Valley offers Free Wi-Fi and an outdoor swimming pool. There was no breakfast when I asked to front reception.
Located a 11-minute drive from Newport Beach, this Santa Ana hotel offers accommodations with free WiFi, free parking and an on-site restaurant. The warmly styled rooms feature LCD TVs. Desk personnel is very friendly.
Only 1 mile from Knott's Berry Farm and Soak City, this Buena Park hotel features an outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi. Disneyland Theme Park and California Adventure Park are 6 miles away. The breakfast was phenomenal. Staff very friendly. Room was very clean and neat.
Offering convenient, access to Interstate 405 as well as to the Huntington Beach Pier, this Huntington Beach, Comfort Inn & Suites Huntington Beach offers spacious accommodations along with a variety... Very friendly staff , perfect location
Courtyard by Marriott Anaheim Theme Park Entrance is a 5-Minute walk to DISNEYLAND® Park. Close to Disneyland, enjoyed pool and bistro
Element Anaheim Resort Convention Center is located in Anaheim, 2.1 mi from Disneyland and 2.2 mi from Disney California Adventure. I love the take covid as a priority. They also have security to watch over your vehicle.
Just 1 mile from Disneyland Adventure Park'd entrance, this Residence Inn offers spacious rooms with a cable TV. It features a sun deck. Second time staying here and I love it Awesome rooms ,breakfast , & staffs etc...
JW Marriott, Anaheim Resort is located in Anaheim, within 2 mi of Disney California Adventure and 2.7 mi of Disneyland. Location was great for Disneyland. Rooms were clean and I felt safe having my own room.
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. Very good breakfast here, good selection of hots, cereals and fruits.
Radisson Blu Anaheim features a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center and bar in Anaheim. This 5-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and an ATM. excellent hotel to stay for visiting Disney parks.
This Orange, California hotel is at 15-minute drive from Disneyland and the Anaheim Convention Center. It offers an outdoor pool, daily continental breakfast and rooms with a small fridge. The property is newly renovated and the rooms are extremely nice!
SpringHill Suites by Marriott Anaheim Placentia Fullerton is offering accommodations in Placentia. Los Angeles is 24 mi from the hotel, while Huntington Beach is 15 mi away. Excellent location close to Cal State Fullerton. Lots of restaurants and grocery stores nearby.
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.
Lines too long They have single riders lines but don't tell you about feature until after you wait in line for an hour Most beautiful at night Everything is over priced especially stroller rentals. Best to get a hotel in walking distance incase a nap break is needed for kids
Stay close by, we were able to catch hotel shuttle or could walk. Take plenty of time, we did 3 days and it was not enough to see all of it. Plenty of places to eat out of Disneyland. Make sure you buy tickets online to avoid queues.
Whatever you do, do NOT stay at the Staybridge Suites, Anaheim. Booking.com’s review of this property is very skewed and misleading. It does not look like the pictures at all. It’s dirty, it has no shuttle service, you have to get to the park by the Anaheim public bus service, they over charged us, no maid service, “call if you need towels”, the pool is not heated, it’s horrible, and we are presently stuck here now! Don’t stay here for your Disneyland trip, I don’t know where booking.com gets an “excellent “ rating for this property- holes in the curtains terrible lighting, the couch and pillows and carpeting is gross. I can say that the bathroom is nice. And there is a dishwasher and large refrigerator..... I will not stay here again. Too many down sides.
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.
The Location was perfect, close to some many other attractions in Orange County. Like the Outlets at Orange, Downtown Disney and Disneyland, Disney California Adventure and the Convention center. Plus just minutes away from the Angel’s Stadium and the Honda Center. The room we got had a one bedroom apartment feel with a separate living room and kitchen. This is now our Go-To hotel when we are in the area.
We stayed at this hotel in July of this year and we knew that the next time we planned on coming to Anaheim that we would stay here again. The distance to everything is mega close, especially Disneyland! The staff is SUPER friendly and professional, parking is included, and the facilities are all very pretty, updated, and clean!
This hotel is VERY close to the gates of Disneyland so that was as important as the price. I discovered that it was clean, very quiet and very close to lots of other Anaheim attractions such as House of Blues plus Roy Choi's etc
Location can't be beat...closer to Disneyland than the actual Disneyland hotel. The staff is exceptional (front desk, valet) and a joy to work with. Parking is exceptionally managed. Pool is clean and comfortable.
We have stayed at this property multiple times. We love the location and size of the rooms and the Free shuttle to and from Disneyland. The free shuttle is the main reason we stay at this hotel.
Great location within walking distance to Disneyland & Anaheim Gardens, park shuttle service within steps from hotel. Bi-level loft was very convenient for our family and room was very clean.
We stayed at the hotel while we went to Disneyland and the park was PERFECT for this. It is close to the park, clean, the staff was EXTREAMLY nice, courtious, helpful and attentive.
The service was good and the staff was friendly and I liked how the Hotel was really close to The Disneyland Park which is one of the reasons why we booked at the Anaheim hotel.
The hotel was walking to Disneyland. There were restaurants right by the hotel. The size of the room was great.
The location of this hotel was great! We were able to watch Disneyland fireworks every night from our beds!
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