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“Great hotel! Great value! Walking distance to Disneyland”

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Travelodge Anaheim Inn and Suite on Disneyland Drive
Ranked #61 of 118 Hotels in Anaheim
Reviewed January 20, 2009

Would recommend this hotel to anyone with a Family!
Perfect area if you dont like crowded areas like the hotel on Harbour BLVD

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 20, 2008

This hotel was alright. I probably will not stay here again.

Their site says 1/4 mile away from Disneyland, its not true at all. Maybe to the back side of Disneyland where you cant get in from.

My family had 2 rooms, the first night we were upstairs and the rooms were HOT. My parents room (right next door to my family) had problems with the A/C, it started smoking by the early morning. So at 6am we both had to switch room. We moved downstairs. The A/C downstairs was alot better, but the room wasnt as clean.

There is NO shuttle from this hotel to disneyland, so you have to either walk 15-20 min in the heat and up 2 small hills or wait and pay $3 for each person, each day to ride the city bus. Which was somewhat scary. You can also pay $12 a day to park in the disnyeland parking garage and take the Tram to Disneyland.

The hotel staff doesnt speak english very clear, nor do they understand it.

The only thing good about this hotel is the breakfast. The food was fully stocked and it was good.

  • Stayed: July 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 11, 2008

Overall, this hotel was reasonable. It's very close to Disneyland, was relatively clean and had a comfortable, although bland, pool area.

Also, the glow in the dark stars on the ceiling were really fun. It sounds tacky, but it's done very well and would be great fun for kids.

The biggest problem with our stay was the noise level from the residential neighborhood next to the hotel. There was a dog that barked all night. Even worse, someone has a rooster who was more reliable than an alarm clock, going off at 5:30 each morning. It was really annoying and we got very little sleep because of this noise.

The hotel is fine, but I would not stay here again because of the noisy neighborhood.

  • Stayed: June 2008, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Laughyface
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Reviewed May 27, 2008

This Hotel was directly of the I-5 and behind the Disneyland resort. Check in was OK and the staff was friendly. Our hotel room had 2 Queen beds and looked like any other motel room. It was clean, had plenty of towels, extra pillows, shampoo, soap, microwave, coffeemaker, and fridge. The tv worked fine.
In some parts of the room, you could see that they were not dusted, but I just brought Lysol Wipes and wiped everything down. No complaints about the room at all.
The black light and glow in the dark stars on the ceiling were a nice touch. The kids loved them! and it was nice to see if the black light could pick up any stains on the bed (there were none)
We didn't have time to go to the pool, but it looked clean.
Breakfast consisted of small muffins, 2 kinds of cereal, danishes, and toast. There was orange juice, apple juice, milk, coffee and tea. It was ok for a quick bite before heading to the park.
The walk to the park was confusing and we got lost on the way home at 1am. The hotel is right behind Disney's parking structure, so you have to cross the street at the AM/PM toward the Sheraton and then cross again toward the park. We walked the entire way to Disney, there is a trail that you follow that goes next to Downtown Disney. You can take the trolley to the park from the parking structure but that is how we got lost. Here is the way that you could go and you can save 10 minutes. When you are walking on the sidewalk, you will go up an overpass. When you see the first crosswalk after the parking structure, cross there. After you cross, go straight and you will see tall hedges, that is where the trolley drop off is. When there is a break in the hedges on the right go into the parking lot and you will see the trolley drop off. Then you can get on the trolley and it will drop you off by the main gates of the Disney Resort.
If you don't find the way to the trolley or want to walk the entire way, it only takes about 20 minutes to get to the main gate.
I hope this info helps, b/c it would have been nice if I knew about this before hand.
Also, it is not worth it to park in the structure b/c the hotel is literally across the street from the structure.
Also, if you park in the Downtown Disney parking lot after 6pm or 7pm you don't have to get a parking ticket and parking is free for however long you stay.

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 16, 2008

Stayed with 4 teenagers, got the "Sleepy Bear Suite" w/2 queens and a cot that I would normally not use as a dog bed. Bathroom was pitiful, looked like a third-world country in there- room had ominous holes drilled in walls, lights didn't work in several fixtures, didn't even try the TV, left as soon as we could the next morning without even daring to shower.

  • Stayed: October 2007, traveled with family
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1  Thank poohbearlives
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Reviewed January 5, 2008

Needed a place to stay after spending the day at Disneyland. This place fit the bill ... and with AAA it was cheaper than a 1-day pass to the park.

This is by no means a luxury property, but we found the bathroom to be sparkling clean.

It is indeed walkable to Disneyland, there are sidewalks, you just have to cross to the far side of Disneyland Drive. This route does take you away from the Disney Parking Structure shuttle, so you have to walk the whole way -- about a mile walking. I guess there are other buses you can take, but for two adults who are used to walking, the distance wasn't a problem and we appreciated saving the $12 parking fee.

Upon check-in, we were locked out of the first room we were assigned -- when we got the front desk guy to come up and take a look, we discovered we were locked out because there was some maintenance being done in the room. We checked in after midnight, so I don't find this kind of thing terribly offensive.

The room featured the oddest feature I've ever seen in a hotel room ... a black light mounted between the beds. Only when we turned all the lights off at night did we realize what it was for -- there were glow in the dark "stars" painted on the ceiling. Weird!

  • Stayed: January 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 29, 2007

When i checked in to this hotel, i was told that the rooms that i reserved had a computer for my kids to use. Chritstina,(who introduced herself as the general manager), was the one that told me personally that the rooms have computer that my kids can use. i paid more than the room's worth. I STRONGLY DISCOURAGE EVERYONE TO STAY IN THIS CRAPPY HOTEL.

Stayed: December 2007
Thank fukyoong
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Address: 1057 W Ball Rd, Anaheim, CA 92802-1841
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Location: United States > California > Orange County > Anaheim
Amenities:
Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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Ranked #61 of 118 Hotels in Anaheim
Price Range: $92 - $196 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2 star — Travelodge Anaheim Inn and Suite on Disneyland Drive 2*
Number of rooms: 95
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Travelodge Anaheim on Disneyland Drive is located within walking distance of the Disneyland Resort which includes Disneyland, Disney’s California Adventure and the Downtown Disney District. Conveniently located off the 5 freeway.Enjoy convenient access to all popular attractions, including Knotts Berry Farm, Laguna and Newport Beaches, and South Coast Plaza for shopping, movie theaters, and restaurants.Located nearby the Travelodge Anaheim hotel / motel, is the home field of the Anaheim Angels as well as the famous Arrowhead Pond Arena.Our Anaheim hotel boasts a first class view of the Disneyland fireworks display, you can relax and enjoy the typical Southern California weather beside the full sized outdoor heated pool or take a moment to pamper yourself in the spa tub. Travelodge Anaheim is the ideal rest stop for a long journey or for a central place when visiting southern California.Our friendly and hospitable staffs are experts in pointing you in the right direction, whether you are looking for Anaheim attractions, a tour, a golden beach, or something different to eat. Drop by the front desk and let them do the research for you. Everyone at the Travelodge Anaheim looks forward to welcoming all of its guests. ... more   less 
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