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  • Hotel Pepper Tree?

    Hi. I'm going to stay at this hotel in December, cause I got a special deal for 50 dollars/night and most of the hotels that are close to Disneyland are like 100 dollars/night and more.

    This hotel is 3 miles away from Disneyland, and am wondering if any of you have stayed here before, and tell me how it is like.

    Thanks.

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    Where exactly is this hotel? I wouldn't reccommend staying outside of the Anaheim Resort District unless you are staying in a decent city such as Irvine or Newport Beach or places like that.

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    • #3
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      It's in Anaheim. Like one exit away from Harbor. It's rated #9 out of however many hotels in Anaheim from Trip Advisor - but I'd like a review from someone here at MiceChat.

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        Re: Hotel Pepper Tree?

        I looked and it is on Lincoln. Not really the best part of Anaheim. But the area of Lincoln it is on is better than other parts.

        Hopefully someone on here has stayed there. But based on the area it is in I would suggest somewhere within the resort district itself.

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        • #5
          Re: Hotel Pepper Tree?

          We stayed there in Sept. and liked it. While it seems farther than some of the resort hotels, the drive is shorter IMO. It took us 5 min to drive to the park. We have stayed at Marriott Residence Inn Garden Grove before and it was way longer to get to the park due to traffic.

          While the Pepper Tree is not ritzy, it was clean and the rooms large and have a kitchen.

          The staff is very friendly and helpful and the rooms were very quiet. The breakfast was the run of the mill continental, but enough to get us started for the day.

          We are staying there again next week since its so cheap! $49/night and we have a coupon from our last visit for $20 off our stay. So, for less than $100 for two nights, I'll stay there again.

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          • #6
            Re: Hotel Pepper Tree?

            This hotel has a truly Spanish feel with fountains, red-tiled floors and arches. The ambiance is not just in the lobby, but in every room. All downstairs rooms have patios with fountains. The rooms are large with full kitchens and have a rustic comfortable feel. The staff is friendly and personal, you have the feeling of a small family-run hotel. We always stay here when we go to Disneyland, which is a few miles away, but worth it for the unique accommodations. The hotel is reasonably priced and includes a continental breakfast. Thanks

            Regards,

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