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    Re: What's your favorite off-property hotel to stay at when visiting Disneyland?

    Anaheim Hilton and Towers by the Convention Center. You can get really good views of the parks, great rooms, and there is a restaurant in the lobby that is open really late (I think even 24 hours). I am always hungry after a long day at the park, so that's a plus for me. There is also a good coffee shop and a few gift shops. The employees have always been pleasant and friendly during our visits.

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    Re: What's your favorite off-property hotel to stay at when visiting Disneyland?

    The hotel names are linked to their websites.

    I have 16 on my list that are in walking distance. My whole list is much longer. I have an additional 27 that are not in walking distance but they are however on the ART
    line.

    I just don't think the admins would like me posting the entire list of 43 hotels that would be quite a long message.

    Everyone has different ideas of what "walking distance" is. But to try to help as much as I can, 600 W Katella is the corner of Katella and S Harbor, and 1100 W Katella is W Katella and Disneyland Dr./West St (a to mile walk from that intersection to the Disneyland hotel monorail boarding. I don't know how far it is directly to the main gate), so an address range of 600-1100 W Katella runs between Harbor and Disneyland Drive.
    I would recommend creating a folder and call it Disneyland lodging or words to that effect. In my case I have a "Disneyland" folder in my favorites, and Lodging is a subfolder. Then, put these in the folder. If you'd like I can export this folder as an HTML file so you can import it. If you don't know how to do that, I can teach you.

    The first two hotels are right across the street from the maingate and also have low rates considering their proximity, so try those two first. The rest are listed alphabetically.

    Park Vue Inn

    1570 S Harbor Blvd
    1-800-334-7021

    Anaheim Plaza Hotel
    <---- they have the lowest rates of the walking distance motels.
    1700 S Harbor Blvd
    1-800-631-3144

    The remaining hotels are listed alphabetically

    Best Western Anaheim Inn
    1630 S Harbor Blvd
    1-800-854-8175 x1

    Best Western Park Place Inn
    1544 S Harbor
    1-800-854-8175 714-776-4800

    Candy Cane Inn
    1747 S Harbor Blvd
    1-800-345-7057

    Carousel Inn
    1530 S Harbor Blvd
    1-800-854-6767 714-758-0444

    Castle Inn

    1734 S Harbor
    1-800-CASTLE-0 (1-800-227-8530)

    Desert Inn <--- next best deal after the Park Vue
    1600 S Harbor
    1-800-433-5270 714-772-5050

    Desert Palms
    631 W Katella & Harbor
    1-888-788-0466

    Fairfield Inn
    1460 S Harbor Blvd
    1-800-403-3818 714-772-6777

    Howard Johnson's
    1380 S Harbor
    714-776-6120

    Jolly Roger Inn
    640 W Katella
    1-888-296-5986 714-782-7500

    Park Inn
    1520 S Harbor
    1-800-670-7275

    Portofino Inn & Suites
    1831 S Harbor Blvd
    1-800-398-3963 714-782-7600

    Radisson Hotel Maingate
    1850 S Harbor
    1-800-624-6855 714-750-2801

    Ramada Maingate
    1650 S Harbor Blvd
    1-800-854-6097 1-800-422-4402


    Ramada Plaza
    515 W Katella
    714-991-6868
    Last edited by MikeChat; 10-07-2007 at 07:25 PM.
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    Re: What's your favorite off-property hotel to stay at when visiting Disneyland?

    Annabella by far.


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    Re: What's your favorite off-property hotel to stay at when visiting Disneyland?

    has anyone stayed at the radisson maingate? we're staying out there in november....the pics make it look nice, but i was wondering if anyone has actually got a story to tell about it.

    this is an awesome thread circarama! thanks for starting this!
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    Re: What's your favorite off-property hotel to stay at when visiting Disneyland?

    We have stayed at Tropicana( 1540 Harbor I think) twice & it was nice & close. We have also stayed at HoJo a few times & it is a little farther but nice as well.

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    Re: What's your favorite off-property hotel to stay at when visiting Disneyland?

    Quote Originally Posted by jgmklmhem View Post
    Any thoughts on the Ramada Maingate??
    I am thinking... I WILL BE STAYING THERE IN THREE DAYS!!!!!! We've only been there twice before. Haven't had any problems. I appreciate the breakfast. Cereal, danish, juice. Pretty standard, but SUCH a releif when all you want to do is get to the parks! And the walk is seriously nothing. They also have a little coffee stand that isn't Starbucks, but it'll do! Will report back with any problems when I get home.
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    Re: What's your favorite off-property hotel to stay at when visiting Disneyland?

    My vote is the Candy Cane Inn. It's not ranked the #1 hotel in Anaheim for nothing!

    Very clean, nice rooms, great staff, good free breakfast, free shuttle that runs on time all of the time, close enough to walk and beautiful grounds and facilities.
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    Re: What's your favorite off-property hotel to stay at when visiting Disneyland?

    Every time we've stayed around Disneyland we have used priceline. We've stayed at the Hyatt and Crown Plaza. Both were very nice hotels.

    Most we've ever paid was $50 per night and the least we've paid (Hyatt) was $39.

    Here is a great site concerning D-land hotels and priceline.

    http://p070.ezboard.com/California--...abiddingfrm160

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    Re: What's your favorite off-property hotel to stay at when visiting Disneyland?

    When we go down and stay at the park for a few dyas, we prefer the Residence Inn Maingate, although its a bit of a walk with small kids, the huge suites are awesome as are the facilities. But its also pricy.

    We have stayed at the LaQuinta Inn and Suites because we can get free rooms tehre with points, I find it old and loud (the walls are very thin). I honestly would not stay there if it wasn't free.

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    Re: What's your favorite off-property hotel to stay at when visiting Disneyland?

    Candy Cane Inn.

    I loved the grounds, the little pool area, the breakfast buffet and the beds were super-comfy. To top it off they have their own shuttle if you don't feel like walking. The rooms are on the small side but that's not something I care about. I would definitely try to go back there next time I visit.

    I would also be very happy trying the HoJo, since it's also easy walking distance and is very highly reviewed. I would just be careful to get a park-side room away from the highway.
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    Re: What's your favorite off-property hotel to stay at when visiting Disneyland?

    Quote Originally Posted by WSVR View Post
    Here are the ones within 5 minutes walking from the turnstyles.
    BWPPI, Park Vue Inn.

    Within 10 minutes.
    The ones above plus
    Camelot
    Carousel
    Tropicana
    Desert Inn and Suites
    Del Sol
    BWAI

    Within 15 minutes
    Hojo
    Fairfield
    Ramada Maingate.
    Candy Cane
    Anaheim Plaza.
    These times are for a leisurely pace. we only took 7-10 minutes to walk to the turnstyles from the Candy Cane Inn

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