Fairfield Inn Disneyland Anaheim, Anaheim, California

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The Fairfield Inn Disneyland Anaheim is located in central Anaheim, California, directly across the street from Disneyland. Disney’s California Adventure, Downtown Disney, and the Anaheim Convention Center are within a few blocks while the Honda Center and Angels Stadium are just a short car ride away. Many restaurants and shopping options are within walking distance. Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, and Huntington Beach are within a 30-minute drive. The Fairfield Inn Disneyland Anaheim is located 15 miles from Orange County/John Wayne Airport and public transportation is available from the property. The Fairfield Inn Disneyland Anaheim offers 467 guestrooms, each of which provides queen or king-sized beds, a coffeemaker, hairdryer, ironing set, and air-conditioning. Pullout sofas are available upon request. The Fairfield Inn Disneyland Anaheim is a 3-star establishment offering a 24-hour concierge desk, fitness center, outdoor pool, and a game room for children. Internet access is provided throughout the premises and complimentary parking is available. The hotel is a smoke-free environment. No complimentary breakfast is served, but Millie’s American-Style Restaurant, The Marketplace, Pizza Hut, and Seattle’s Best Coffee are all available in the hotel.

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3 reviews for Fairfield Inn Disneyland Anaheim, Anaheim, California

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    Andrew Vahrenkamp (verified owner)

    Convenient to Disneyland, but that’s about it.

    The convenience is awesome — an easy walk to the front gates of Disneyland and California Adventure. But the hotel itself is better for bigger kids. The crowded pool can be intimidating for little kids. The motel-like exterior makes managing the kids a little scary on high floors, particularly when they want to look over the balcony. The rooms are fine, typical Fairfield quality. The usual free breakfast isn’t though, so you’ll have to go elsewhere to eat before a big day of park-hopping.

    Tips for Families

    Take the kids out at night to watch the fireworks from the west end of each floor.

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    Tishelle Tew (verified owner)

    We all loved every minute of it. It’s so magical! The hotel was so close to Disneyland we could walk

    The hotel is a really good place for families because it’s so close to Disneyland and it has pictures of Disney Characters in the rooms and if your kids need to have a nap during the day its not too bad to go back to the room and then back to Disneyland after! 🙂

    Tips for Families

    There is no breakfast there so if you are trying to save some money then I advise you to take things to eat in the room.

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  3. Larry Croucher (verified owner)

    Nice location.

    We have always been Marriott fans. The best thing to say about this hotel is the location. It is located across the street from Disneyland, so you can walk there everyday and not worry about the hassle of parking. It is also very helpful when a young child needs to change clothes as a result of an accident or just getting wet on a water ride. There is not much else to the hotel. No free breakfast and no amenities. There is a small outdoor pool, which tends to get crowded. But, if you are there to see Disney and not worried about the hotel room, then this is a great choice for your family. We would stay here again next time we go to Disneyland.

    Tips for Families

    The room attendants made Disney characters out of the towels. The kids liked that.

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