We stayed at the Inn for a total of 9 nights from August 30th through to September 8th 2006.We had a total of two rooms. One for my wife and I, and 4 year old. One for my mother-in-law. The room was a little on the small side, but if you're like me you don't spend much time there anyway. The room was clean, and after a day of touring it was nice to come back to an air-conditioned room. However our stay was not without incident. On the second day, my mother-in-law found a cockroach in her room beside the wastepaper basket by the sink. My four year old son who was rooming with grandma that night, killed it. Also on the last three nights of our stay the person who was in the room above ours was VERY heavy footed. Thank god for the air-conditioning, it drowned out most of this persons footsteps. I just couldn't figure out where this person was walking. The rooms are quite small (Must have been a pacer). I did tell the front desk about the cockroach on behalf of my mother-in-law and they did knock off $10.00 a night for two nights and switch my mother-in-law to another room. (For piece of mind). The female assistant manager though friendly was not that sympathetic. It was almost as if we should expect to have bugs, because they are a natural occurance indigenous to the area. She preceeded to tell me about an encounter she once had at a hotel where she found a dead rat in her room. I thought this to be totally irrellevent to my situation.
The shuttle bus drivers were both very friendly, although one was just a little more personable than the other. Sorry I can't remember his name.
Also fitness room is small but adequate. If you like to run on a treadmill while on holidays, they have one on site.
Overall the stay was fine, afterall we stayed for nine nights. If you stay for just a couple or three nights you-ll do fine at the Inn.
Just don't expect the Banff Springs or Chateau Lake Louise.
- Also Known As:
- Candy Cane Hotel Anaheim
- Candy Cane Inn Anaheim
- Candy Cane Anaheim