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We stayed here for 6 nights in November 2017. After reading other reviews we settled on the Candy Cane Inn and we're glad we did. As the other reviews suggest, it is an older style hotel but rooms are clean (if a little on the...More
There is a reason that the Candy Cane Inn can only be booked on their own website because they don't need any help being the property that they are. The rooms are spotless, the breakfast is just right, the staff is wonderful, there is plenty...More
Clean...Courteous...Close to DisneyLand...and has plenty of Candy Canes! The staff is great, the breakfast is nice, the pool is refreshing and I've enjoyed my stay every time I have come to DisneyLand. The beds are comfortable too!
Hubs and I stayed for 5 nights. Did a lot of research before booking Candy Cane Inn. This was our first visit to Disneyland and depended a lot on what others had to say. We have been to WDW multiple times and have always stayed...More
This was my second visit to the candy cane inn and I wasn't disappointed. They helped to arrange a wheelchair for my mom to use during our visit to Disneyland. Front desk was very helpful and professional. I enjoyed the complimentary breakfast and the rooms...More
Response from bjstenman | Reviewed this property |
It's pretty much the size of the room. The Standard room is 264 square feet with two Queen beds. The Deluxe room is 308 square feet with two Queen beds. The Premium room is 350 square feet with two Queen beds. In a... More
It's pretty much the size of the room. The Standard room is 264 square feet with two Queen beds. The Deluxe room is 308 square feet with two Queen beds. The Premium room is 350 square feet with two Queen beds. In a Premium room you do get a few additional amenities, such as daily bottled water (2, I think), DVD player with a free movie rental from the front desk, and some kind of a welcome gift upon arrival (I don't think it is anything too special---it's like a microwave popcorn in a popcorn bucket, and a cookie, or something like that). The biggest perks about the Premium room, in my opinion, is that you can have the free breakfast delivered to your room every morning, and you get a late checkout of 2:00 PM on the day you leave. I also believe the Premium rooms are a bit quieter, as they are at the back of the property away from the street. I hope that helps.