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  1. #31

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    Howard Johnsons is usually where we stay. It's a short walk, and away from the crowds that usually accumulate across from the park entrance. The service is excellent, and Willie has always bent over backwards to help us with our reservations to get the best rates available.

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    HoJo's also has some of the nicest grounds, and 2 pool areas... the newer one has a special kiddie splash play area.

    All rooms comes with fridges and coffee makers.

    The ART shuttle is available, but many folks prefer to walk. It is basically across the street from Tomorroland, and the same approximate 3/4 mile walk as it is from the Paradise Pier or Candy Cane Inn to the Main Entry Plaza.

    The rooms are larger than the Grand Californian standard room, and a lot less in price!

    HoJo's offers free parking, and has plenty of it, and no resort fee either!

    And the entire staff is AWESOME, I have heard some many good things, and things that went beyond the call.
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    Oh, I forgot to mention:

    The Hyatt in Garden Grove charges $12 per day to park ... The Mariott Suites charges $0.00


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    Has anyone ever stayed in the Queen Suite at HOJO? It looks way nice.

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    Love the Candy Cane, so much so they know me now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmuboy
    Has anybody stayed at the Anabella (is that the correct name) near the DL Drive / Katella intersection (basically across the street from the Ca Screaming ride). This was renovated recently and it used to be somewhat run down but looks nice now.
    the annabella is awesome as is the marriott anaheim suites on harbor and chapman those are my favorite places to stay! annabella is very homey in the rooms... it's like a bedroom morethan a hotel room... the marriott anaheim suites has awesome suites that have 2 big beds in the bedroom and a foldout couch bed in the living room... awesome if you epect friends to drop by for the night or whatnot... it always seems to happen like that for us! lol

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    The Residence Inn on Disney Way is a great place, especially if you have kids. Large studio with kitchen, living room and fireplace, upscale. Shuttle. Usually about $120 or so, I think.

    There are a few motels on Harbor (across from the main gate) with the word "Park" in them. "Park Inn" is decent, as well as "Park Place" which is probably the closet of all.

    Stay away from Ramada Inn Maingate, Penny Sleeper, and Desert Inn and Suites.

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    We have stayed all over, but we love the Tropicana.
    Its all about the location. I prefer to not have to take a shuttle at all, and can visit the park off and on during the day. We used to really like Desert Inn for the same reason, but they are not as good anymore. Tropicana has the location, and lots of extras, nice pool, nice store, and a little cafe as well. best location!

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    Stayed at the Candy Cane Inn for the first time a couple of months ago. Very nice. In fact, we're staying there again on July 16th. BTW Candy Cane Inn doesn't show up on the travel websites (Expedia, Travelocity, etc), but they do have their own website.

    We used to have great luck with Priceline. Staying at the Marriott, the Hilton or the Hyatt for pocket change. The last couple times, however, they stuck us at the Radisson. Both times we had bad experiences. If you do stay there, ask for a room in the main building.

    We've also stayed at...the Anaheim Plaza - got the room next to the water heater, way too hot and humid.
    ...Desert Inn - okay rooms, continental breakfast sucked.
    ...Desert Palm Hotel & Suites - nice room, good breakfast, horrible check-in service...lost our reservation, tried to charge us more for the room.

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