Before we went on our US trip, I surfed the internet to find a hotel to stay in when we were in Los Angeles. In the next few days, I will write about the Anaheim hotels which responded to my inquiries.
You'd be surprised that with all the e-mail inquiries that I sent, not all of the hotels responded. What a pity, right? It's as if they don't really need your business. Anyway, I narrowed down my choices to those hotels which did reply and of course, I asked my US-based brother about what he would recommend.
The very first hotel which responded to my e-mail inquiries was Candy Cane Inn. Miguel Pino (of the Reservations Department) was very helpful. At Candy Cane Inn, you can choose from the Standard Room (which is their basic room); the Deluxe (provides you with extra space); and Premium (which provides more space with extra amenities). For our family of 2 adults and 2 kids, we still could have taken the Standard Room.
Candy Cane Inn is located on the same side of Disneyland Anaheim and is said to be 250 yards away from the main entrance. They say it's a 10 minute walk from the inn to the park. If I remember correctly, Candy Cane Inn provides guests with its exclusive free shuttle to the park. The rooms likewise come with breakfast.
You can arrange with their tour desk for visits to Universal Studios, Legoland, San Diego Zoo, and Seaworld. I was inquiring about their rates for these, as well as for the rooms, but they prefer that you call them at 714-774-5284 or at 800-345-7057 to inquire or you can book online at their website. Questions regarding rates and availability will not be answered through e-mail.
The inn does not provide private transport to and from the airport. They suggest that guests book with Super Shuttle which can be reached at 1-800-BLUE-VAN.
You can book online at their website which is www.candycaneinn.net
Why didn't I book with them? My brother seems to have had no information on them while on the other hand, he said Residence Inn was a nice and clean hotel.
Anyway, you may want to check them out on your own for a future trip to Anaheim.
[By Angelica Viloria | Tuesday, July 3, 2007]
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