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New River, Arizona
May 18, 2003
From journal Anaheim Week
January 25, 2004
From journal Disney Vacation
by E. B.
August 15, 2004
The resort is not walking distance from Disneyland, but it's a short driving distance. It's a good place to stay at for the Anaheim attractions. It's convenient, and there is a Vons close by where we bought our groceries. The neighborhood appeared to be fairly safe, a middle-class neighborhood.
Our 1-bedroom unit was nice. There was a sofabed, dining table with settings for four, a full-sized refrigerator, dishwasher, and coffeemaker with a starter set of coffee and hot chocolate. There was a king-sized bed in the bedroom. The bathroom was carpeted with two divisions. When you walk from the living room, you first go into the sink/vanity area with a mirrored closet, then into the room that contains the toilet and bathtub/shower. There was a courtesy supply of shampoo and lotion. Our unit was on the bottom floor with a patio table. Make sure you close the patio door after using it. Anyone can walk up to the patio from the walkways.
Check in and check out was fairly simple. The electronic gate for the driveway was a little tempermental, but all in all, we enjoyed our stay here. We liked the convenience.
From journal Non-Disneyland Things To Do in Anaheim
Sheffield, United Kingdom
October 9, 2003
There were plenty of places to eat nearby and we found it a good base for the beach, although it was a long way from Malibu and Santa Monica, but we enjoyed the drive!Best Things About the Resort:The peace and quiet, although not far from two main roads. We requested a unit at the back and it was very quiet and peaceful. Resort Experience:The gardens reminded me of my childhood when we stayed in small hotels in Italy. They had a Mediterranean feel to them, with climbers and trees.
The unit was very clean and well equipped and the staff very friendly and helpful.
We were able to choose between an upstairs or downstairs unit and were issued with a parking permit. There was ample parking space. The unit had two bedrooms - one of them being two single beds one of which had to be pulled from underneath the other, but only one bathroom. There was a TV in the lounge and a sofa bed, a dining table and a small kitchen area with dishwasher, microwave and fridge/freezer. There was also a patio which could have done with pressure washing as it had green mildew under the a/c unit.
We refused a meeting regarding timeshare when we arrived and were not pestered at all during our stay.
We had a problem the last night, which was a change-over day and there was horrendous noise coming from the overhead apartment, which went on for two and a half hours with children jumping off beds, running, and screaming. At 12:30am we rang reception and they sent someone immediately to sort it out and it stopped.
On the whole, we enjoyed our stay and would go again.
From journal California Bound
May 19, 2002
There seemed to be a lot of activities scheduled on site, but we didn't have any time to check them out.
We requested an upstairs unit, since the ones upstairs have vaulted ceilings. You can also request a king size bed and nonsmoking units. I called the morning of our check in to make our requests. The staff was very friendly and courteous to our many requests. Since it wasn't very crowded when we were there, we were able to get the condo that we wanted. Also, verify with the front desk that you don't have a unit by the street, because there is road noise.
The floor in our kitchen was dirty when we got there and after I told them, they were very prompt in recleaning the unit. The staff was very friendly and prompt when we requested various things. Towels were changed every few days and there was one full cleaning midweek. The is a laundry room that is open all the time. The washers were very goodd size and the dryers dried with one cycle.
They called us up for a timeshare blurb for Dolphin's Cove. Of course we went to get some Disney dollars! The salesman was very friendly and wasn't one of those high pressure ones.
The front desk sells hopper passes for Disney at special rates. I would recommend calling before for pricing. I bought ours online at disney and got a pretty good deal. The deals are dependant upon the number of kids and adult passes you want to purchase.
From journal Disney
San Diego , California
June 23, 2005
From journal Tag Along trip to Anaheim
June 21, 2005
January 29, 2005
From journal Disneyland Vacation
Chancellor Park, undefined, Australia
February 26, 2005
From journal First Look at Disneyland
Summerville, South Carolina
May 18, 2005
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.
From journal Southern California