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    Re: Holiday innanaheim in the park,and red roof inn questions please.

    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna makarla
    are the rooms facing the harbor side over looking the park? I always heard that oneshouldget a room on the top floor so no noise from kids jumping on the floors would be a bother but how about down on the first floor by the pool ?
    To get a Park view, you will need a room that faces the pool area (and thus the freeway). The Hotel is just north of DLR, across the I5 freeway.

    Unlike some of the other Harbor Hotels (like HoJo's, etc.), the Holiday Inn is on the other side of the Freeway. It will be a good walk to and from the parks. Using an aerial photograph as a guideline, I would say that this Hotel is twice as far as HoJos (which some consider to be a bit far from the parks). My main concern is walking back at night, as the freeway overpass is huge and lonely. However, getting to the Days Inn ART bus stop also will require crossing an overpass:

    http://www.daysinn.com/DaysInn/contr...fo=DI&MQZoom=8

    The Holiday Inn is over on the right

    http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/hi/...on/laxae?ias=y

    Hope this helps.

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    Re: Holiday innanaheim in the park,and red roof inn questions please.

    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna makarla
    what? Iwas told by the disney company there is the art, and also it shows on this page there is the art .
    http://dlresortinfo.com/ART.html
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    Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel
    Best Western Stardust
    Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites
    Days Inn Anaheim West
    Holiday Inn at the Park
    Yes, but that same page also says:

    "Cost is $3.00 per day for those 10 and older
    Hotels in italics are near hotels that can use ART.
    This does not mean the bus will stop at your hotel but close by."

    The route map at the official ART website shows no stop at the Holiday Inn. You will have to walk to either HoJo's or the Day's Inn. And Hojo's is halfway to the park.

    http://www.rideart.org/ART-Map.pdf

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    Re: Holiday innanaheim in the park,and red roof inn questions please.

    See above thread, there is a shuttle the motel uses to take us back and forth, no art, there own shuttle all is well, no need to walk or to try the art I called a few minutes ago.

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    Re: Holiday innanaheim in the park,and red roof inn questions please.

    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna makarla
    ok, I got worried, and I called. they have there own shuttle and it runs all day and is 2dollars per day per person. so nowI amhappy! no art and I can go right to the park without stops. yeah!!!
    Upon reviewing the Holiday Inn I saw the following:

    "Transportation to Disneyland & California Adventure is provided by The City Shuttle."

    I am glad that they took care of this.

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    Re: Holiday innanaheim in the park,and red roof inn questions please.

    where did you see that at? man you are good!! So see, now you will not have to walk, its all ok ! so now, help me find an erial map so I can see the motel LOL!

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    Re: Holiday innanaheim in the park,and red roof inn questions please.

    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna makarla
    where did you see that at? man you are good!! So see, now you will not have to walk, its all ok ! so now, help me find an erial map so I can see the motel LOL!
    Try this

    http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/hi/...on/laxae?ias=y

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    http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp...&zipcode=92805

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    Re: Holiday innanaheim in the park,and red roof inn questions please.

    ok, so I booked this motel for a room with 2 beds, can any one tell me what the best room might be, away from noise and one of the " good rooms" Has any one stayed here and can tell me when I call then which room to choose? thanks
    I heard that bottom floors were the best, ( noise is up higher? and by the pool erea facing disneyland ,what do you all think?

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    Re: Holiday innanaheim in the park,and red roof inn questions please.

    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna makarla
    what? Iwas told by the disney company there is the art, and also it shows on this page there is the art .
    http://dlresortinfo.com/ART.html
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    Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites
    Days Inn Anaheim West
    Holiday Inn at the Park
    Transportation to Disneyland & California Adventure is provided by The City Shuttle. Unlimited daily rides for guests is available for a small fee. Kids under 3 ride free.
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    Re: Holiday innanaheim in the park,and red roof inn questions please.

    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna makarla
    ok, so I booked this motel for a room with 2 beds, can any one tell me what the best room might be, away from noise and one of the " good rooms" Has any one stayed here and can tell me when I call then which room to choose? thanks
    I heard that bottom floors were the best, ( noise is up higher? and by the pool erea facing disneyland ,what do you all think?
    The one time we stayed there we were on an upper floor (not the top) facing Harbor. Harbor is a busy street, and noisy, but nothing compared to the freeway. I think that one reason that the pool is always open is because it can't get any louder than the freeway (which it faces).

    Anyway, as I said, Harbor is busy and noisy. But once we closed the door the room ws fairly quiet. I would imagine that the rooms that face the pool/freeway/DL are sufficiently sound proofed. If they are then I would chose those rooms.

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