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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlpine Inn Anaheim
The Alpine Inn was an amazing hotel. It's easy to get to, has it's own parking, and is within a ten minute walk to Disney. And on that walk, you also pass a 711, which is great to stock up on drinks and snacks that you want to bring with you to the park en route to the destination. It's also a great value and doesn't cost you an arm and a leg to stay at.
The staff at the hotel are very nice and helpful. They have a tiny Continental breakfast, which consists of stuff like donuts, danish, and fruit, which is great to grab en route to Disney, when you leave early in the morning. The hotel itself also has a little pool, we didn't have time to swim in it with all the Disney madness, but it was a clean pool and went up to about eight feet.
The room was simple, but clean. It had two queen-size beds, a fridge and microwave, complimentary water, and a night table between the two beds. There was also a small table. The hotel has free WiFi. It also has great AC, which is awesome in the summer in California, the AC was so strong even on the minimum setting that we both almost froze and needed to layer when we went to bed.
The bathroom was simple. It has a sink on the outside with plenty of room and a mirror. There were also some complimentary shampoos and such. The shower was amazing and had amazing pressure that felt great after sore muscles from walking to, in, and from Disney. It also had great hot water.
We had a fabulous experience and would stay here again without a double if/when we come back to Disney. Highly recommended.
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