We decided to stick it to Disney a little bit and not pay for their overpriced hotels and instead opted to stay at one of the "Disney Neighbours" hotels instead. I've never had a bad experience at a Marriott owned hotel so the Fairfield looked good. Indeed, it was great! Hotel staff were very friendly and helpful, rooms were clean if not a little on the aging side, they were well kept. My family of 5 took along the kids grandparents so we were able to get joining rooms with double queen beds and a fold out bed chair. Their was plenty of room. Lots of pillows to choose from too which was nice as my wife and I tend to like thinner pillows, which they had. Beds were comfortable. The hotel had a small pool and hot tub and we all enjoyed it each night after the long days at the resorts. They also have a Pizza Hut Express which was great for last minute meals or midnight snacks. The dining area was very casual with couches, big TV and a small arcade and they had breakfast and lunch meals and snacks that you could purchase for packing into the park on the cheap. The walk to Disney was right down the street from the entrance, about 7 minutes to the gates of either Disneyland or California Adventure Land. We bought 4 day hopper passes which bundled an early entry magic morning, it was a great deal. We also packaged in a shuttle to Sea World in San Diego and the bus stop was right down the road, very convenient. On our last day the hotel helped us choose a beach to go to and they arranged a taxi for us that fit our family. Ended up at Huntington Beach for the day and had a great time, lots of surfers! The only negative about the whole stay was the Millie's restaurant on the hotel grounds. We had dinner their one night and it was terrible. Steak was very dry and fell apart, fish and chips were bland, salads had brown spots, just overall not very tasty. I've heard breakfast there isn't bad but we never bothered after that. The good thing is there are tons of restaurants down the road: McDonalds, Tony Roma's, Pizza Press, Subway, Cold Stone, other hotel restaurants, etc. We did enjoy our last meal at the Rainforest Café on Disney Street, on the other side of the park near the Disney hotels, we had to get a reservation as it books up fast but that was great food and lots of fun for the kids. May was also the perfect time to go, before the US kids get out of school so the crowds were down a bit, met a tone of Canadians though that I think had the same idea. Gets busy toward the weekend.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Anaheim Fairfield Inn by Marriott is located just ½ mile north of the Anaheim Convention Center, and directly across the street from the Maingate Entrance into the Disneyland® Resort! This includes Disneyland® Park, Disney's California Adventure® Park and the Downtown Disney® District. With a variety of things to do, all within walking distance, the Anaheim Fairfield Inn by Marriot is the perfect location for your leisure travelers and convention attendees. Our staff looks forward to making your event a memorable one! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Fairfield Inn Anaheim Disneyland Hotel Anaheim
- Fairfield Anaheim
- Anaheim Fairfield Inn