The Comfort Inn & Suites Anaheim, Disneyland Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of The Comfort Inn & Suites Anaheim, Disneyland Resort
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews The Comfort Inn & Suites Anaheim, Disneyland Resort
Travel Blogs from Anaheim
DISNEY In March and April, Spring Break is one of the Resort's most popular times of the year. Hotel Guests can take a break of their own and relax in the pools between visiting the Parks. Average Temperature Range: 51 to 73°F Typical April Hours (subject to change): Disneyland Park Opens 8:00 or 9:00 a.m. Closes 10:00, 11:00 p.m. or 12 midnight …
... plus the set of Wisteria Lane from Desperate Housewives. We also saw Norman Bates Hotel along with the 'psycho' house. There was also Jaws who shot up out of the water right next to the trolley.
After the tour we then went down to the Lower Lot to ride the Revenge of The Mummy! No, they didn't jump on my back for a piggy back ride! This was a roller coaster ride in the semi darkness and at one part we actually went backwards! ...
... very happy and memorable time together.
I've always loved Disneyland and especially seeing how you are visually immersed in a fantasy. I'm fascinated by how they use light and colour and visual tricks to draw your attention to exactly where they want it to be. (Did you know that Sleeping Beauty's Castle has a full sized first floor, but that the floors above are scaled smaller and smaller to give the illusion that it is much bigger building? Many of the buildings are ...
... downtown Phuket. We walked and walked then got back on a bus and headed to another "mall" that she had pointed out to us on the way. This too was very disappointing. It was like a ghost town. Ringwood centro would have more shops than this place. Got some lunch and a drink. We were given one more set of shops to try so we were quite over it by this stage but gave it one more go. We ended up at Macy's and a few other stores which were ok. Headed back to Union ...
... billowing stainless steel walls reflecting light as the days light changes. The Civic Centre is an elegant Art Deco building that still stands out.
We walked through the newer financial district to the old downtown part, which I stayed in the late 1970s. The area is even more grungy. It is sad to see the old Art Deco buildings and theatres in disrepair. Enjoyed browsing in "The Last Book shop" which provided some comfy seats.