My family stayed here for a weekend vacation at Disneyland. We are two adult "kids" and our parents so we requested two adjoining rooms in a quiet location and the hotel staff accommodated our request. We got the top floor, away from the street, and I highly recommend that as the street that goes past the hotel is very busy and also its an older hotel so I imagine the insulation is not great and it was nice not to "hear elephants" trodding overhead or cars going by at night. Interesting to note that, though we technically had the same kind of room and paid the same price, the room our parents' got was bigger than ours. You might inquire when you book and make sure you are getting the bigger of the rooms if you are traveling with small kids and lots of luggage as every inch makes a difference! The room my sister and I had was definitely on the small side--we could hardly open the door without banging into the table and chair next to it and there was limited room for luggage even just for the two of us traveling light.
That said, the room was still a bit on the noisy side. The a/c is very loud and the trash pick-up came both Friday and Saturday mornings at around 6:30 and the noise came through the a/c vents and sounded almost like the truck was backing up in your room.
Still, for the price we were happy with our experience at the hotel. It is nothing fancy, but even though it is an older hotel it was remodeled and most importantly it seemed clean (except the carpets, which were pretty faded and icky) and, very nice surprise, the beds were wonderful-- very comfortable and comes with lots of nice pillows.
The best feature of the hotel is its location to Disneyland. You can walk to the park entrance in about five minutes. It's great being able to park your car (yes, the parking is a bit tight at the hotel but we didn't have trouble finding a space) and not have to face the traffic or paying for Disney parking. There is no breakfast at the hotel, but it is next door to a Denny's and they offer a discount to hotel guests. We were usually over in the Disney area early and got breakfast at Jamba Juice and coffee at Peet's in Downtown Disney.
We have stayed in Disney hotels before and if you can afford it it's definitely a nicer experience to stay on Disney property and have the Disney quality and service 24-hours a day. But, if you are traveling on a budget, do consider the Anaheim Inn.
request top floor away from the street for a quieter room
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Your are correct in saying that some rooms are larger than others. It's actually every other room that is two feet wider. I also have to agree with you regarding the trash truck. We have tried to get the times changed but have had no luck.
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I am glad you enjoyed our location and hope that you and your family will return next time you are visiting Disneyland.
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