I would definitely recommend the place to stay - after they finish the recommendations. The staff and the cleanliness of the rooms were excellent. The one thing I noticed was that the hallways carried the noise from other guests really well.
For the price, this was one of the nicest hotels we've stayed in. The suite was large, the TV in the living room was very large, and the bed was extremely comfortable. The outside of the buildings need painting, but that's it. We had a very enjoyable stay.
The king suite is amazing. All the .amenities are first class. The jacuzzi is the bonus.
My only complaint is on the hotel website and on the printed menus inside the room shows they serve dinner until 10pm on Saturdays. That is not the case. They stop at 9pm. A little bit of fast advertisement.
"A bit outdated, but overall a good place to stay."
The room was a good size and the free shuttle to Disneyland, free buffet breakfast and free parking were great. The dining staff, Harvey the morning shuttle driver and George and Yessica from the front desk provided excellent service.
We reserved 3 rooms and Yessica was kind enough to book our rooms next to each other. By the time we came back from Disneyland, grabbed food to eat and unpacked it was nearly midnight. I decided to take a shower since our toddlers fell asleep and we wouldn't have time for all of us to shower the next morning. When I turned on the shower I noticed the water wasn't draining effectively until I turned the faucet off. I called maintenance and they tried the snake and some chemicals, but neither helped. He said he would have to move the bed, open the wall and bring in a motorized snake. My husband and toddlers were sleeping on the bed he would have to move and it was nearly 1 am so that wasn't an option for us.
Thankfully George from the front desk arranged for us to move to a room down the hall. While my family was sleeping I packed all of our stuff up and made multiple trips between the rooms to move everything and then I woke up my husband so we could transfer our kids. It was nearly 1:30 am when I finally had a chance to shower, but when I tried blow drying my hair the outlet in the bathroom wouldn't work so I went back to our 1st room so I wouldn't wake the kids. We had to go to CA Adventure the next day so only 3.5 hrs of sleep was brutal. :(
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