We spent three days and two nights at this hotel, April 26-28. The lobby was tiny, and mandatory valet parking was levied, but we knew about this ahead of time from reading reviews. We arrived early and were able to park the vehicle and have our bags held by bell services. This was a plus. The concierge was very knowledgeable and handed us some great local information, as well as an opportunity to listen to their sales pitch for Shell Vacations, 90 minutes for $100 Disney Dollars. We declined and were not pressured. We utilized the Anaheim Resort Transportation to get to Disneyland and back. There was an ART kiosk in front of the hotel. As the first stop on the route, seating was never a problem en route. We came back after 4pm to check in and received our requested room area. The elevators are odd, in that there are two of them, but only one goes to the fourth floor, and it is actually between floors. If you cannot use the stairs, you have to enter through the parking garage to get to the elevator. Our room faced the Disneyland Resort and the kids got a kick out of being able to see the parks from our window. The room was clean and neat, if a bit small. The kitchen area was nice, including a nice mini refrigerator, a sink and microwave. Dishware was provided, as well. If I remembered to think "cozy" instead of "cramped," the room was more than adequate. Two rooms were nice, but the room with the two beds seemed a bit cramped. The shade did not cover the window entirely, even though it was a light blocking shade, so if you need to sleep during the day, or want to sleep in, be prepared to have another option. The continental breakfast was very good. The children found it more than adequate. If you are a coffee snob, bring your own coffee and filters. If we found another great rate like we did this time, we would probably stay again. The beds were adequate, but not as comfortable as a Doubletree. The sofa bed was good for kids, but a bit uncomfortable for adults. At check out, there was not enough staff, so we waited quite a bit for our vehicle to be brought around and our luggage. Everyone was nice and helpful, they just need more staff at busy times of the day. We did not use the pool, but it was clean and inviting. Housekeeping did not come to clean our room until after 4pm, when we had returned for a quick nap before going back to the parks for the evening. If you will be heading back before then, be sure to ask for housekeeping to come early.
- Also Known As:
- Peacock Hotel Anaheim
- Peacock Suites Anaheim
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Peacock Suites located walking distance from Disneyland® Park and the Anaheim Convention Center. Featuring spacious one bedroom accommodations which offer first class amenities and the utmost in comfort while staying in Anaheim. The property offers two whirlpool spas, a sparkling pool and a rooftop sundeck, perfect for working on your tan. In each of the suites you will find a refrigerator, a microwave oven, a coffee maker, iron and ironing board, hair dryer, CD/DVD player, and queen sleeper sofas in every living room. For guests convenience you can purchase attraction tickets from the front desk and you can start you day off with a daily complimentary continental breakfast. Modern amenities, a great location, and first class services ensure a wonderful Anaheim vacation experience. Come experience the magic. ... more less
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