Sheraton Hotel

, Anaheim, United States
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Sheraton Hotel

, Anaheim
3 star

Rooms: 489

900 South Disneyland Drive - Anaheim - California - 92802 - United States 714 778 1700
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10/10
Fabulous experience!
Submitted by: Alyssa in 17/03/05
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We stayed at the Sheraton Anaheim this past weekend with our two young children and had a fabulous experience! The front desk was so nice and efficient. I requested a refrigerator one was brought right away free of charge! The beds were great! So comfortable with beautiful linens. The bathroom was very clean. I found the hotel to be well insulated. The game room was so much fun for the kids and the pool was so warm. Beautiful grounds with koid ponds, fish and gardens! Prompt shuttle to and from Disneyland too!

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Hallway signage it was hard to navigate the room location and the vending machines locations

Disneyland Disneyland Park One of the few places in the world where everyone must visit at least once in their life-time. And yet whether you’re 5 years old or 50 years old, you can be sure that there is something for everyone. From thrill-seeking rollercoaster’s (your choice of indoors, outdoors, or both!) to peaceful steamboats cruising the lake, Disneyland, despite its age, keeps bringing people of all ages, from all around the world back year after year after year. The larger and older of the 2 parks in Anaheim, the Disneyland Park is not showing any signs of deterioration with rides very regularly refurbished and the kept grounds meticulously spotless by the ever cheerful staff to make it the happiest place in the universe. Lookout for the new Finding Nemo submarine ride, opening in the 1st half of 2007; another sign that Disney is keeping up with the times. Specific rides that are a must see are Indiana Jones (an adventure in a desert truck through dark caves), Space Mountain (the fast-paced, futuristic indoor rollercoaster) and Pirates of the Caribbean (a journey through a pirates life including the battle scenes to the drunk scenes). Note that these rides are not for the faint hearted – look for the warnings at the front of each ride. For a comprehensive tour around the Disneyland park, take a trip from Main Street on the Disneyland Railroad train, with regular stops on the way as you steam-roll around the entire circumference of the park. Also, take a fun and leisurely cruise down a lake filled with exotic animals on the Jungle Cruise where you may see more than 1 kind of elephant along the way. A trip to Disneyland is not complete without watching the world-famous street parade along main-street. Once staff begin to rope off the pedestrian area, take a seat in a prime position along the roadside for an energetic Disney-themed parade with all of the classic characters. During the festive season, Santa even makes a visit. At 9:30pm every night of the year (weather permitting), Disney treats guests to a fireworks extravaganza, which can be seen and heard from all around Anaheim. A shooting star initiates a colourful array as Mickey’s face lights up the sky. If staying in a hotel, the best view is arguably in a room at the Hilton Anaheim, with a front-row seat of the action from the comfort of your own room. Disneyland is infamous of long lines which can be particularly tedious in the hot summer months or cold winter months. To minimise this waiting time, come to Disneyland during a weekday, some time during the school term. With Disneyland Bonus Hopper passes (3 days or longer), 1 of those days allows the ticket holder entry to the park 1 hour before the general public. This is particularly handy if you already know which rides you want to jump on first, to avoid the long lines. Note however that not all of the park and rides are open during the early entry hour; notable most of the western side of the park. In addition to this, Disney has introduced a new system called a FastPass, where guests have the ability on selected rides to swipe their entry passes and receive a reservation card. So all they have to do is come back at the time printed on the card and go right to the front of the queue. Excellent if you’re about to go for lunch so you can come back and jump straight onto the ride. Disneyland is not a cheap last minute attraction, where some people from Australia plan to see Disneyland first, while the rest of the USA is second in importance. Being a one-of-a-kind, Disney rarely offers discounted tickets to distributors, so the most chance of scoring cheaper tickets is through Disney direct. They currently have adults at kid’s prices if you visit in the 1st half of this year, where a 3 day bonus hopper pass is currently $US129 per adult (far cheaper than what a Sydney travel agent can offer). If you buy the tickets only 31 days before your visit, you’ll also save on the international courier needed to send tickets to Australia (you’ll be able to pick them up there - Will Call). Note that a 1 day pass will not enable entry into both parks on the same day. Ideally to visit both parks comprehensively, depending on the number of people in the park, a 3 day bonus hopper pass is ideal (one park each day, the 3rd day split between the 2). Disney’s California Adventure Park Just a few years old, Disney’s California Adventure Park was built to resemble a mini-California of fun. While smaller than its larger, older brother, DCA is for the thrill seekers, with the famous California Screamin’ rollercoaster at Paradise Pier. Disney’s attempt at recreating California has not come without critics, but if in doubt, take a flying tour at Soarin’ over California where you realistically take off around California’s most famous areas. This is one of the most popular rides with waiting times of over 1 hour, so do it first! Paradise Pier is a great place to grab an ice-cream, as you really do feel like you’re on a carnival-filled pier facing the ocean, while you watch the California Screamin’ rollercoaster zoom around the circumference of huge Mickey’s face. Another unseemingly blood-rushing ride is the Sun Wheel, and while guests can take the traditional ferris wheel ride, most take the swinging carriage side which freely swings toward the centre and outward of the giant wheel, of course with no seat belt restraints. It’s tough to be a bug! (A Bug’s Life) is also a must-see 4D show which includes the sense of touch. This cheeky, hilarious yet slightly educational film will impress young and old. Disneyland is infamous of long lines which can be particularly tedious in the hot summer months or cold winter months. To minimise this waiting time, come to Disneyland during a weekday, some time during the school term. With Disneyland Bonus Hopper passes (3 days or longer), 1 of those days allows the ticket holder entry to the park 1 hour before the general public. This is particularly handy if you already know which rides you want to jump on first, to avoid the long lines. Note however that not all of the park and rides are open during the early entry hour; notable most of the western side of the park. In addition to this, Disney has introduced a new system called a FastPass, where guests have the ability on selected rides to swipe their entry passes and receive a reservation card. So all they have to do is come back at the time printed on the card and go right to the front of the queue. Excellent if you’re about to go for lunch so you can come back and jump straight onto the ride. While Disneyland Park has its world-famous Disney character themed street parade, California Adventure Park has a more interactive parade aimed at the pre-teen kids, with characters such as Buzz light year and the blue giant from Monsters Inc. Once staff begin to rope off the pedestrian area, take a seat in a prime position along the roadside in the Sunshine Plaza area for an energetic Dance-themed parade. Disneyland is not a cheap last minute attraction, where some people from Australia plan to see Disneyland first, while the rest of the USA is second in importance. Being a one-of-a-kind, Disney rarely offers discounted tickets to distributors, so the most chance of scoring cheaper tickets is through Disney direct. They currently have adults at kid’s prices if you visit in the 1st half of this year, where a 3 day bonus hopper pass is currently $US129 per adult (far cheaper than what a Sydney travel agent can offer). If you buy the tickets only 31 days before your visit, you’ll also save on the international courier needed to send tickets to Australia (you’ll be able to pick them up there - Will Call). Note that a 1 day pass will not enable entry into both parks on the same day. Ideally to visit both parks comprehensively, depending on the number of people in the park, a 3 day bonus hopper pass is ideal (one park each day, the 3rd day split between the 2).

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  • Address: 900 South Disneyland Drive - Anaheim - California - 92802 - United States
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