Hotel help!

Discussion in 'Disneyland (California)' started by Jennia, Jan 10, 2012.

  1. Jennia

    Jennia DIS Veteran

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    We've always stayed at the Candy Cane Inn when not staying at Disneyland property, but some of the family members we're going with slacked off on getting us their dates for booking, and now there's nothing available at CCI for our dates. Which hotels do you recommend? We really would have preferred one with a shuttle. TIA! :goodvibes
     
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  3. skiingfast

    skiingfast <font color=teal>Has had no bacon<br><font color=b

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    If the CCI seems like a long walk without the shuttle. Try the Best Western Park Place Inn or the Park Vue Inn which are across from the park entrance.
     
  4. Jennia

    Jennia DIS Veteran

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    It's not because I personally think it's a long walk, but my uncle is going with us and his knees are extremely bad (he'll be renting a wheelchair while in the parks).
     
  5. princesszelda

    princesszelda Mouseketeer

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    We always stay at BWPPI
     
  6. Jennia

    Jennia DIS Veteran

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    Thanks for the recommendations, I'm looking into both of those now! :thumbsup2
     
  7. Goofy_Mom

    Goofy_Mom Disney Princess

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    we just got back from the Sheraton Garden Grove. It's across the street from Target, has it's own shuttle that costs less per day than the Anheim shuttles do. The rooms are bigger than best western park place, it has it's own resturant so if you want a late night room serive snack you can get one. It helped for our breakfast one morning, I had a California Omlet (bacon, peppers, and avacodo) very good and large protion sizes. It's a hotel instead of an Inn, so the doors face an inside carpeted hallway instead of an outside concreet walkway. Priceline had it listed at $75/night during the niights we were there.
     

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