Posted Jan 23, 2017
I would NOT stay here again. With a baby who naps mid day, it is a little far to walk back from Disneyland to the hotel for nap time. At first, it seemed nice, the gentleman at the front was very friendly said we were being upgraded due to issues with the room we were assigned. We booked a King, and got 2 Queens. Sure upgrade in the aspect is was a "larger room" that sleeps more, but we should have still received a room with a king. Being a "larger room" I would hate to see the room we were supposed to get. It was not "large" at all. The fold out for my brother in law was hard as a rock, and the beds were soft and lumpy. We barely slept due to discomfort. The walls are thin, we head full blown conversations with neighboring rooms. We also heard every footstep from the neighbors upstairs. The windows are also thin, we heard all activity in the parking lot as if the window was open. The window coverings are a good 4-5 inches away from the walls and windows. If you need a dark room to sleep like we do, especially our baby, this is not good. Felt like daytime all night long. Valet parking only. I hate paying for any kind of parking at hotels, should be included in room stay not extra. Also note that you will be bombarded with trying to sign up for their vacation club at check in. We were there for Disney, no time for a 2 hour breakfast to hear about something we don't want or need. Took them a awhile to respond to NO.