Our family stayed in the Peacock Suites for seven days the first week in November 2013.
When I first walked down the hallway, I wondered how the rooms would be as it was apparent that this was an old property. When we arrived in the room we were pleasantly surprised. It was beautifully decorated and very clean.
Each room had two queen beds. We had two rooms with a door in-between. Both rooms had a sofa that made out into a bed. I did not sleep on one, but my son-in-law did and he said it was a miracle foam mattress and quite comfortable.
There was a armoir to hang clothes and a lot of drawers. We put the suitcases on top of the armoir after we unpacked and really felt at home.
There was a "kitchen area" in both rooms, containing a microwave, small fridge, cupboard with four place-settings of plates, bowls, glasses, cups, and silverware. It was perfectly adequate for what we needed. The appliances were modern and clean. Each room also had a nice table with four chairs in the kitchen area. A sliding glass door separated the bedroom and kitchen area.
The bathrooms were not fancy, but adequate. The sinks and counter were separate, nice for multiple people getting ready at the same time. There was a hair dryer and, my personal favorite, a magnifying, lighted mirror on the wall. The kids were excited because there were large flat screen tvs and dvd players in both the bed area and the kitchen area. Between the two rooms we had four tvs. (We never turned ours on.)
The walk to Disneyland is not as short as it sounds. However we walked it all five days with small children and had no problems. In fact, we arrived each night at the same time as the shuttle. There is a charge for the shuttle and for a large family it seemed too pricy. (There is a good deal on the shuttle for retired people.)
The included breakfast is adequate, but nothing special.
The kids enjoyed the pool the one time we were around to get there.
Construction on the hotel makes getting a round a bit difficult, but not bad.
We had been told that we would be paying for valet parking.(After seeing the garages, we could understand why they require valet parking. It is a small area and they really stack the cars in tight.) Online we saw that the rooms were not cleaned daily. My son-in-law booked the rooms through some program he is on. We did not have to pay the valet parking and we did have housecleaning every day.
All in all, we were very pleased with our stay. It was perfect for a large family to be together.
- 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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