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  • Staybridge Suites

    Has anyone ever stayed here? I just booked with them for January, and they seem to have good ratings, but I've never been there. Can anyone confirm it's a nice place to stay?

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    We love it, we go there every year in July with the kids.
    They have a free breakfast in t he mornings, and each room has a fll kitchen, so we can cook dinners.
    spunky likes to suck that 3rd nipple(why am I your sig line........freak)! - Posted by my good friend Samsma

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      Yep I agree with Spunky (shocker I know)!
      Great place, nice pool area (shared with the Holiday Inn Anaheim Resort), and the ART route is very seldom busy.
      Comfy beds, nice sized rooms.

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        great! Thanks

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          I'm booked for Oct 30-Nov3rd... So I'll report after getting back.

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            Here's the report!

            Excellent!

            Nice Clean and Quiet Rooms, plenty of Parking, the Hotel shares it's campus with Holiday Inn (Same Company). There's a nice covered ART and Disneyland Express Bus Stop with machine. The ART bus basically only goes there (then Convention/Gardenwalk/Disney, and back again) (it goes to the Quality Inn, but every time we rode NOBODY got on/off there). Full sized bus... we were always in the park within 30 minutes of leaving our room on ART. I sadly took advantage of the Disneyland Express to LAX as I got called out early on my last day to head to Houston on Business. Anyhow back to the rooms. Clean, good staff, free breakfast (although the hours are a tad bad on the weekends (starts late and Disney opens early, I'm a get their when the park opens type of guy). They were able to get us two nice REAL cribs (not Playyards like most hotels). They got the crib request from WDTravel, but when I checked in the request was simply sent as "Crib Request", and not for two . When I saw this I asked if there was two in there, and they said just one, but they'll get a second ASAP. The front desk got on the radio (at around 9pm, our flight was 2 hours late) and asked to have a second crib put in. The crib was in their and setup in 5 mins tops... really nice and professional service. Romm was fully setup. Kitchen, Family Room, A King Bedroom and full bath, and a double Full room with another full bath. (There's also a pull out bed in the Family Room to boot... you could get 8 in one of these rooms without too much effort.

            We had the two room suite, and really I doubt I'll ever think of a different hotel going to Disneyland with the family. Just couldn't ask for anything better, was really everything we could of asked for.

            In fact I'm a fan of Residence Inns, and in many ways I liked this place better than many Residence Inn setups.

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