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Disney's Sequoia Lodge
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Reviewed March 7, 2014 via mobile

We booked this hotel using a book 2 night's get 2 nights free offer so our stay including park tickets was half price. Check in was quick, only 2 people ahead of us. The man on reception explained everything we needed to know ie breakfast, pool, way to park etc. We were offered breakfast in the park on one day snd this was great. If you are offered it I would recommend taking this option. It's usually in Plaza Garden. Great way to start the day. Breakfast is continental but you can pay extra for a hot one. Rooms are a decent size with 2 doubles. The bar area is lovely. It's 10 minute walk to the park. We stayed in the Santa Fe last year and we're happy with our stay for the price. Not much difference in the standard of the rooms but ccommon areas in Sequoia are nicer, it has a pool, it's closer to the parks and you are escorted to a table at breakfast instead of having to find your own. They would be the main differences between the 2 and 3 stars in DLP.

  • Stayed: February 2014
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1  Thank Anne B
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Reviewed March 5, 2014

We arrived December 28th and stayed until January 2nd 2014. The lodge is ideally located for access to Disney with a short walk around the lake, less than 10 minutes and is quite picturesque. The park bus does stop outside hotel reception at 15 minute intervals, if you don't want the stroll. On entering the park, you do have to go through security checks, so keeping bags to a minimum, is a good idea. The lodge was the perfect setting for Christmas, with a fantastic pine/ Christmas scent as soon as you walk into reception. Check in was really smooth and all our tickets given to us on arrival. We were able to book our time slots for breakfast for every day, so if you did want to vary it you can. People are right when they say after 8am it's really busy, but it's also very tiring having to get up for breakfast any earlier than this, especially when you probably don't leave the parks until 11pm the night before, once all the light shows are over and footfall has eased. The pool facilities were good, quite small, but everything you need. BUT it is COLD. We booked our new years eve meal at the hotel, on new years eve day, largely due to bad planning. It was expensive, but no more or less than you would expect for new year and compared to other places. However, the buffet wasn't really worth the money, especially for children as their selection is limited. The rooms were quite large, with 2 queen size beds, separate decent sized bathroom (shower over bath), good storage space, but no kettle. We were prepared for this and took a travel kettle and other bits. Rooms were kept clean and I can see why some people would say the rooms are dated, as they do have a bit of a dark feel to them. It would have been nice overlooking the lake, but we weren't, but we were hardly in the room anyway. the lift did breakdown once, albeit not for very long, but was a bit of a pain when you have a toddler in a pram.

  • Stayed: January 2014, traveled with family
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Thank classy2205
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Reviewed March 4, 2014

We stayed here in the Feb half term holidays with our 5 and 2 year old boys. the hotel itself was clean and spacious, we had a Montana room in the main building so very close to the restaurants, reception itself. This cost a bit extra but well worth it. in the room there was plenty of room for a travel cot and buggy and two double beds.
At breakfast the queue's do get very long so ideally go before 8am to avoid it. We preferred the Beaver Creek restaurant as opposed to Hunters Grill, both do the same food but Beaver Creek seems more spacious and easy to get your food when its busy.
i would advise booking all restaurants in advance to get the time and restaurant you want. we ate in Hunters Grill and Beaver Creek (in the hotel), Plaza Gardens (in the Park) and Cafe Mickey (in the village). All were fine and the kids ate plenty. you dont go to Disneyland for amazing food!!
one tip when booking the restaurants, we ate in Plaza Gardens at 5.45, which worked out perfectly for watching the light show at 8pm!! the highlight of the week!! i also found that booking the half board plus option saved us alot of money. Under 3s eat for free as long as you go to the buffet restaurants.
On my sons birthday we had lunch at Cafe Mickey which was inlcuded in our HB meal plan. The boys absolutely loved it and it made my sons birthday when they sang to him and gave him a birthday cake. (i paid extra for this)!
Another tip... i bought disney tops and costumes before going, so much cheaper than when your out there.
we did use the swimming pool on the morning of our last day. it was a bit cold in there but the kids didnt notice.
we would definitely go back and stay here in a few years. I loved it.

  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled with family
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4  Thank michelle w
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Reviewed March 4, 2014

Had a lovely stay here, great location and good choice of food..disney characters visit often and you can see the park from your room over the lake. Swimming pool huge but was slighty on the cold side when we went at christmas..

  • Stayed: December 2013, traveled with family
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Thank nat2531
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Reviewed March 3, 2014

We (myself, husband and three children aged 8, 5 and 23 months) stayed here for 4 nights at the end of February 2014. We had a Montana room, which is a 'normal' (ie. not the upgraded Golden Forest room) room within the main hotel building. A 'standard' room is one in the separate lodges at the rear of the hotel - all the reviewers who have moaned about having to go back outside to get to their room and having to walk outside to get their breakfast should have known this before they went, it's on the DLP website or their travel agent should have pointed it out.

The hotel has got the mountain lodge theme just right. Yes, the décor is dark but this does not mean dated, and the hotel was recently refurbished so calls for that to happen are unnecessary too! There was a real fire burning in the fireplace of the bar while we were there, and our room was lovely. It was big enough for 5 people, plus a travel cot and a pushchair, so a family of 4 would have ample space. We didn't have any problems with the TV not showing enough English channels - who goes to Disneyland Paris to watch TV? I think we had it on for half an hour one lunchtime when the weather was bad and we'd gone back to the hotel to dry off a bit. I took a travel kettle, but again only used it that one lunchtime, so the lack of a kettle in the room is not an issue either.

Breakfast was great, lots of choice and lovely fresh fruit salad each day. For those with toddlers there are little fruit fromage frais pots, and also 'fruit pots' of apple puree. My only complaint would be that the cereal choice didn't have anything 'high fibre' like Weetabix or bran flakes, but I can't fault any other aspect of the breakfast at all. The hotel uses both restaurants at breakfast time, we were in the Hunters Grill one for the first 3 mornings, but the Beaver Creek Tavern for our final day. The Beaver Creek one seemed 'easier' because there was more space around the main buffet area, when you are queuing for breakfast keep to the right if you want to be directed to that one. You have to pick a time slot for breakfast each day, if you have used the Disney Express service on the Eurostar and don't get to the hotel until bedtime on your first day you might find that all the early slots have gone.

We ate in the Hunters Grill buffet on two nights (the Beaver Creek Tavern was not open, maybe they just use that during peak season) and found the food there to be really nice. There was lots of salad to start with, and soup, then a whole host of main courses - a meat casserole (one night lamb, the next beef) roasted and carved meat, salmon portions, quiche, two vegetable side dishes, and loads more that I have forgotten! There is a children's section with french fries, chicken nuggets, breaded fish shapes and sausages - I tried to steer my fussy 5 year old away from this but she thought she was in heaven being allowed those foods two nights in one week. I tried some of the kids food and it was really good quality. The desserts looked nice, but I have more of a savoury tooth and ate far too much cheese from the cheese board instead. For children there were mini donuts, chocolate brownies and bowls of marshmallows and foam strawberry sweets. The staff were lovely, they made a fuss of our 1 year old in her Snow White dress, and were very helpful. But we made sure we smiled and used a bit of basic French (just hello, goodbye, please, thank you etc) and I think they appreciated that.

The hotel is a 5 minute (if that) walk from the Disney Village, and then it's another 5 to the park gates (but then, especially in the Disney Park - not so much the Studios because that's smaller - you still have a bit of a walk to get to the rides). If you get the shuttle bus to the hotel, which is only really necessary if you have luggage, you are dropped off at the back of the hotel and walk straight into reception.

The two restaurants and the exit to get out to the lake and walk to the parks is down a level from reception. Just be aware that the lifts that take you up and down to your room do not serve the restaurant and lake exit level. To get down for breakfast and out to the parks there is one small lift (and stairs obviously) at the far end of the bar (at the north wing side of the hotel, near the shop) which will only fit one pram at a time. I never had any problem having to wait for ages, but I guess you might in the middle of summer if the hotel is very busy.

The highchairs in the restaurant (and all of the Disney park) were wooden ones, and would not be very supportive for a 6-9 month old who could not sit unaided for any length of time. The ones with the Mickey Mouse ears are quite deep (ie. the tray seemed quite high up) - our 23 month old was just about ok, but a baby under about 18 months might be too low down to be able to reach the tray comfortably.

Overall there is nothing to complain about here and we would definitely go back if it were not for that fact that the rooms won't fit 3 children (at the moment our youngest is still an 'infant'). For our next trip we'd have to book two rooms (they have interconnecting ones, our room 2181 had a door through to the nextdoor room) or look elsewhere for a family room - I believe the Newport Bay hotel has family rooms for up to 6 people.

  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled with family
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