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    :blush: Well I plan on going this year & I wanted to know if any of you have stayed at a "Good Neighbor" Hotlel (As Disney would call it) I cant afford to stay at any DL hotels & because its a hoilday weekend it will pack, and I want to make my hotel reservation asap, So my question is, do you guys know witch hotel has the best prices? Thanks! :roll:


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    I stayed at the Anaheim Islander Inn on Katella in Feb. and it was cheap and was a decent place.

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      You better hurry, as last year, at that time, there was not a single room to be had in the City of Anaheim.

      Your problem won't be cost, it will be availability. Everything expensive and cheap is selling out fast.

      You do realize NYE is only 2 1/2 months away, right?

      Anaheim Hilton has the most rooms 1500 or they might still have availability. That one may be price-y, but not as much as the on-property places....and at least they have rooms, usually.

      The Fairfield inn has one of the largest capacities, most rooms, in terms of being a budget place. They have 450 ?? rooms.

      But, I don't know. That's the busiest week of the whole year for the resort, and you are waiting till the last minute, kind of.

      There's always cancellations, though.

      But still---it is late, and you're cutting it close.
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        Re: New Years 2007-Chep Hotel??

        I can recommended the HoJo and the Raddisson Maingate, but as has already been said, I doubt there would be vacancies at this late stage...


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          Re: New Years 2007-Chep Hotel??

          I will add The Alpine is a good cheap hotel, but like Pisces said, rooms are selling out. I booked back in July, and thought that was late. Yes, you can probably still get a room, but decent prices will be getting harder. Last year, by early Nov, many places had a few rooms, but even the Park Vue was charging $400 a night for NYE.
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            Re: New Years 2007-Chep Hotel??

            red roof inn might still have vacancies (at least i hope they do....) still need to make my ressies

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              Re: New Years 2007-Chep Hotel??

              I would totally give a chance... what do you have to lose?
              I know it is a busier holiday but they may still be offering them some block rooms for cheaper than most hotels. If you choose your own price and a 3 star property in Anaheim, you will most likely get something like the Hyatt there on Harbor Blvd.

              I've done it, stayed at the Hyatt and saved over $100 before!
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