Red Lion Hotel Anaheim
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Lion Hotel Anaheim
We loved staying here. It was walking distance from Disneyland, had all the amenities you could want, great pool, excellent breakfast, the staff roasted marshmellows with the kids near the pool. Also walking distance from about 20 different really good restaurants.
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