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SpringHill Suites Anaheim

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Discover a different kind of hotel with style, space and beautifully priced. Located just mile from the Disneyland Resort and Anaheim Convention Center will make SpringHill Suites the right choice for pleasure or business. Enjoy complimentary breakfast with fresh, natural and delicious options each morning. Whether you're enjoying yourself by the pool, spa or your own suite you will be able to connect to the complimentary Wi-Fi.
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  • jpviel : Piedmont
Maingate It Is Not

Don't be fooled by the "Maingate" name. It is not, by any stretch of the imagination....The confusion in the reviews arises from the fact that there are two (2) Springhill Suites Hotels. One might indeed be a 10-minute walk from the main entrance: the SpringHill Suite Resort Area, 1801 S Harbor Blvd.We stayed 3 nights at the one on W. Ball Road (the "-pring---- Suites"), with our children and grandson. Count on a good 35 to 40 minute walk to get to the entrance, for us, mobile seniors.The hotel is fine. It's clean, new and affordable. Beds are very comfortable. Room and bathroom layouts adequate (funky shower door opens in an awkward direction; same with the closet door). The suite our children stayed in was gigantic. The staff is terrific. Friendly, efficient and helpful. Free breakfast is very good, except for the watery scrambled eggbeaters, who get an F.There are no easily accessible stores, whether drugstores, markets, or convenience, within a reasonable distance. Gas station around the corner is a mediocre option. We slept well there, but the likelihood that we will return is nil.

  • AnEasyGoing1 : Sierra Vista, Arizona
Overall pleasant

We stayed here for our Disney vacation. The walking distance wasn't bad at all. Most of the staff was extremely friendly. I wish I would've taken a picture of the room to share. We stayed in a 2 bed room with a pullout twin bed in the sectional couch as well. The room was huge! The complimentary breakfast had a nice variety. The hotel also has a gym, pool, and hot tub. We didn't use these features, but they keep the gym nice and cool.Our friends in a nearby room and ourselves had an issue with lukewarm water in the showers. One of the employees didn't seem to believe us because they are all on the same system and nobody else had complained. However, the manager offered to move us to a different room. Overall the stay was well worth what you get for the price. The only improvement I could recommend would be a free shuttle service, however I don't think any of the hotels in the area offer one.

  • TakeMeAlong : Piedmont, California
Enormous Suite...Good for huge families

The staff are very friendly at this hotel and the rooms are clean and modern. The beds are very comfortable. The one amazing thing about some of the rooms is that there huge. My daughter, son- in- law, baby and son were given a suite with a tiny full kitchen with pots and pans, and cooking utensils (no dishes and only three forks), dining table, two sofa beds, two queen beds and enough room in the living room to put at least two bunk beds but there aren't bunk beds... our room had a king bed, sofa bed, microwave, tiny fridge.The hotel has a small pool and a gym.The free, full breakfast was...adequate. Microwaved bacon, watery eggs. There are waffle machines (2) various breads, cereals, and fresh fruit. I'm sorry, but after trying it once, we won't return. Don't be fooled by the word "Maingate". This hotel is not a 10 minute walk to Disneyland. It takes about 25 to 30 minutes at a good pace. There are ways to walk less, like taking a parking lot tram or picking up the monorail in downtown Disney.. Plan on a 40-45 commute into the park, which includes long security lines. We preferred to take ART, the Anaheim bus system, which stops right in the front of the hotel. It comes every 25 minutes.There is not much around the hotel: no stores or restaurants, but you can buy small snacks at the hotel and at the corner gas station. I will opt to pay a little more to stay at a true Maingate hotel. Those hotels are generally in need of updating but they are so convenient for exhausted families.

  • stoney21804 : Springfield, Oregon
A good effort

This was our third trip to Disneyland in as many years, and the third hotel we've tried. The short version of what will be expanded on below is the hotel is nice, but if you drove there, prepare to tack on $15 per night to park in their lot. I find this negates the benefit of staying in a walking-distance hotel, especially since the walk wouldn't be very reasonable if done with little kids in tow. The pros: The hotel was immaculately clean, and had a modern, bright, pleasant feel to it. The staff we encountered were extraordinarily friendly, and seemed capable of doing their jobs competently (this shouldn't be something noteworthy, in my opinion, but I think we've all stayed somewhere this wasn't the norm). Our room, a two queen "suite" (more on that later), was clean and suited our needs as a between amusement parks base. The hotel felt safe, and the parking lot was well-lit. It also has to be mentioned that the Springhill Maingate has an adequate FREE breakfast, which is a must if I'm even going to consider staying in a hotel for a trip like this. Also, the WIFI was strong enough to stream Nexflix and Comcast video, WITHOUT purchasing the enhanced WIFI product offered at login. There is a post office right next door for anyone wanting to send out postcards, for anyone who still likes snail mail, and a gas station next door to that. Plenty of dining and grocery options nearby, and easy access to I5 just a couple blocks away. Pool was small, and needed to be skimmed, but was warm and not too deep for little kids to play in. The cons: We stayed for 6 nights and used the hotel as a base from which to hit the Disney parks, Universal Studios, and Knott's Berry Farm. The daily charge of $15 for parking tacked on $90 to the cost of our stay, and it felt like we were getting nickel and dimed to incur that cost. The lot was well under half full for the duration of our trip, so it can't even be argued that the cost is meant to encourage other travel methods to save lot space. Although I was given a parking permit to place on the dash of my car, a part of me thinks parking is more of an honor system thing, and I might have swindled myself out of ninety bucks for something that never gets checked, but that's just a theory...For anyone looking for an actual suite, this isn't the place for you. Our room had the two beds separated from the couch by a 3/4 high translucent wall at the back of the desk. This created zero actual separation of space which would allow our kids (6 and 8) to have their space to watch TV or otherwise decompress, while we had our own space to do the same. To that end, there was only one TV in the room, which had a swivel so it could face the beds, or it could face the couch, so the channel camped on kids shows only. Also, the poor placement of the TV in the room made it difficult for anyone at the far bed to actually see it. The rooms are long and thin, which carried over to the bathroom. Although a decent amount of space existed in the bathroom, it too lacked any separation which would allow more than one user at a time. The room's only sink, the shower, and the toilet all occupied the same undivided space, which made for longer morning prep times for a family of four. I'm sure someone thought the design was super hip and modern, or something equally unimportant, and I'm also sure it allows for more rooms to be crammed into the building, but I didn't care for that layout. As for the hotel layout, the bulk of the parking is behind the hotel, with access via a locked door. The only elevators, however, were back toward the front desk, which made for inconvenient trips to load/unload the car - and frankly, my wife and kids got lost more than once. My last gripe relates to breakfast. On the one hand, I'm glad they had one, but it followed suit with the rest of the building in that it wasn't setup very well. The items on the counter don't have an obvious order of acquisition, so there tended to be build ups of pushy people vying for their chance to get some runny powdered eggs. The food quality was also not the greatest, given the price to stay there. The bacon was practically transparent, and as I mentioned, the eggs needed to be wrung out before being placed on a paper plate. The waffle machines didn't seem to work properly, and the centers of everyone's waffles didn't cook correctly - this actually proved pretty amusing to watch, but that's beside the point. In the end, we all get fed each morning, but I think the place could skimp less on the ingredients/waffle machines and improve quality and satisfaction greatly. Would I come stay here again? Yes, but only if the parking fee was abolished, and/or other options were full or otherwise unavailable. Currently, the Desert Palms gets my vote for first choice in the area. ART service to and from the hotel proved spotty and inefficient. Although this wasn't the hotel's fault, it is also something to consider if you plan to use ART to get around the area.

  • ElaineInSvale : Sunnyvale, California
We liked everything about this hotel except ...

We just finished a 3 night stay at the SpringHill Suites. There was a lot that we liked about this hotel, but one clear negative. On the positive side, the price was reasonable. It is very conveniently located within walking distance to the parks. This is important because if you stay for the fireworks or other shows at night, there is a huge crowd that leaves the parks all at the same time and there are long lines to get onto buses and shuttles. It is a huge advantage to be able to just walk back to the hotel and skip the bus lines.The hotel is modern, efficiently designed and a nice environment. The staff is friendly. When we asked, they were able to give us a different room at check in on the 4th floor with a view of the fireworks. The pool is on the 5th floor and there are chairs with windows to watch the fireworks that were really nice. They have a free breakfast that was adequate and typical for complimentary breakfasts. Parking was available underground for $20/night. The only negative we experienced was that the beds were harder than we like. After a long day at the parks, coming back to a hard bed was disappointing. All they need to do is put a foam pad on the beds. We asked if any foam pads were available and they said no. My suggestion to the hotel managers would be to add foam pads to the beds and then I would stay here every time I am in the area and would then be able to recommend it to others.

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  • 120 suites
  • pool
  • fitness centre
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  • ATM
  • Business centre
  • Laundry facility
  • Parking
All rooms include:
  • A/C
  • TV
  • Coffee maker
  • Hair dryer
  • Bathrobes
  • iPod dock
  • iHome clock radio
  • Safe
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King Suite includes:
  • 1 king bed
  • 1 queen sofa bed
  • Pool view
  • 960 square feet
  • Seating area
  • Mini fridge
  • Microwave
  • Coffee maker
  • Maximum 4 guests
Queen Suite includes:
  • 2 queen beds
  • 1 queen sofa bed
  • Pool view
  • Seating area
  • Mini fridge
  • Microwave
  • Coffee maker
  • Maximum 6 guests
Bonus - Complimentary hot buffet breakfast.

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  • SpringHill Suites Anaheim
    Anaheim,United States

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SpringHill Suites Anaheim Maingate
1160 W Ball Rd, Anaheim, CA 92802-1805

Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.

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