The building is behind a restaurant and back from the street, so the road noise is minimal. To find it, look for the big blue and white sign. The front entrance has one of those Mexican fountains. Could use brighter lighting, though. Kinda dark at night.
The whole building looks like it was transported from rural Mexico. Very different from other hotels. Friendly check-in. Our room was large, with a kitchenette and a full size fridge. Our huge balcony overlooked the pool. There is a BBQ grill out there.
Breakfast was adequate. Across the street is a Carniceria (Mexican market).
The 10.00 a.m. check out is a little early, but the 2:00 p.m check in is early also. We left at 10:30 a.m. with no problems.
I think a lot of people would like this place for the different experience from a regular hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Discover old fashioned hospitality at Hotel Pepper Tree, a unique extended stay hotel with kitchens in Southern California style and rustic Spanish influence. With warm earthy decor, hand–crafted wood furniture, and Hollywood memorabilia, our home–style boutique hotel is the perfect place to work or unwind in Orange County. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Pepper Tree Anaheim
- Pepper Tree Hotel