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March 2, 2004
It was also very quiet and the guy who checked us in asked us if we'd prefer the back of the resort where it's farther away from the pool and quieter in general. That was very nice for us because we were not traveling with children.
Some kids did wake us up by playing too early outside on the putting green. But it wasn't that bad.
We stayed in a one bedroom deluxe. It was impressive with everything in good working order. There was a stereo system, and VCR in the living room. The bedroom also had a television. There was one bathroom and it was connected with the bedroom so if we would have had other guests, they would have had to go through our bedroom to get to the bathroom.
The kitchen had everything you'd need for cooking including dishes. There was a fridge with ice trays, and a microwave.
Another nice feature was that the front desk had video games and VHS tapes for rent (VHS tapes for $2.00 for 24 hrs.) But knowing that the room had a video gamem system (can't remember what kind!) and a VCR, we would know we could bring our own next time.
There were lots of activities scheduled, but we didn't participate in any of them. They were all geared towards children.
The only bad thing about staying here is having to drive to Disneyland. We are annual pass holders, so parking was free for us, but otherwise you will have to pay to park in the parking garage.
The resort was easy to find from the highway.
Here is some more info from their resort information packet:
1 bedroom sleeps 4 people
2 bedroom sleeps 6
3 bedroom sleeps 8
Shuttle service is offered for a "minimal fee." Checkout time is 11a.m. No pets are allowed.
Just also to add: We stayed in unit 403 which was located near the very back of the resort. As I mentioned earlier, this was nice because it was far away from the more active part of the resort. The mini golf green was right outside our patio. Our unit was also on ground level which we usually prefer. There was also a small "jungle gym" for kids a few doors down in front of unit 401.
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We stayed in a two-bedroom unit and had a lot of room. It was very clean. The master bedroom has a king-size bed, and the second bedroom has two twin beds. We had two bathrooms, a living room, dining area, and a full kitchen with settings for eight.
The resort has two floors, and every unit has either a balcony or patio. I called before our arrival and requested an upstairs unit. The staff is super nice and very helpful.
I liked the Monday towel exchange. They took the trash, too. The midweek cleaning was also a big plus. (You don't get this in every resort.)
They have different activities for children every day. The pool is nice and heated but nothing fancy.
You will be able to watch Disneyland's fireworks every night. Here is a little tip: Go to the backside parking lot of the resort, have a seat on the stairs, and enjoy the show. If you can see the Tower of Terror, you are in the right place.
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January 25, 2004
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