This was the perfect hotel for us on our trip to Disney. We walked to Disney each morning (just a couple long blocks away). The hotel itself is no-frills (no breakfast, not a great lobby area, small pool, very small laundry room, not well
soundproofed--you could hear people in hallway, etc), but the actual room was great and perfect for our family, with 2 kids. There was a separate section of the room, which closed off with a sliding door, and the kids's room had both bunkbeds and a sleeper sofa (our 2 kids liked the choice of beds!). The top bunk had a good guard rail, so even our 2 year old was fine sleeping up there. We'd definitely stay there again for any future trips to Disneyland--great set up for families!
Although parking was free, which other places in the area charge upwards to 25, it is a smaller lot and difficult to navigate and find a space.
The room was not as nice as I thought either.
The pictures make it look really luxurious. Furniture is
kinda old. It wasn't like you had two seperate rooms. It felt like it was one room and they built a wall in the middle of it with rolling French doors.
The room did what it was supposed to do. Everything was clean and I saw no bugs.
The tv would go out about every hour and you would have to push the okay button on the remote and start back at channel 2 to start watching tv again. The Ice machine was constantly empty or gave about a half pound at a time.
We were here for a 10k and half marathon race, so we spent a lot of time In the room resting and lounging. Perhaps not your typical stay compared to the average amusement park goers that might be staying here. To use the term suite would not quite describe it. It may qualify in physical requirements, but I don't consider it a suite.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
There is a garden walk mall two blocks away that you can walk to. It has a hand fu of restaurants that are good and reasonably priced