Booking rooms for more than 4
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I have always had great luck with AAA packages and wanted to use them for this trip. But the agent says that they can't book 3adults and 2 children together on the packages in the rooms so we have to get 2 rooms. Anyone know anything about this or can help?
I know of lots of people who have done that and get into one room. Help.
Hello Princessmom, youre probably going to need a family suite then. a really cool option is the Portofino Inn & Suites Anaheim, the kids suites have 2 rooms. the kids room has 2 bunk beds and a fold out sofa. the parents room has a king bed. also you could try the Anabella Hotel, kids suite sleeps 5. The Castle Inn family suite has 1 king and 2 queens, but personally i wasnt comfortable in their beds. The Anaheim Islander Inn and suites kids room has 2 double beds and bunk beds. The Best Western Park Place Inn i highly recommend because it is walking distance from the front gate of the park, literally across the street and you get free breakfast at the restaurant next door - deluxe continental. ive stayed there and its very clean and comfortable. mini suites sleep 6. I can only vouch for Best Western & Portofino as Ive stayed there. prices depend on your dates. i hope that helps a little.
You may find that booking a la carte may save you money at Disneyland. You can book a suite, there are many suite hotels in the area, many of them dedicated suite-only hotels. A close, very picky, friend of mine highly recommended Residence Inn on Harbor Blvd. We stayed at the Anaheim Hilton with a group of five over new year's. Two adults, one 16,9, and 3 year old. It was comfortable.
AAA has discounted park tickets, too.
We are staying in a one bedroom family suite at Camelot Inn and we are 4 singles (i.e don't want to share beds). In one room they have a king and a double sofa bed and in the other room their are 2 queens.
We've stayed at GCH three times (once only the 2 of us; but twice with the whole gang - 5). Last time, our "kids" were 26, 19 & 17. The only problem with GCH is the limited rooms with an actual day bed. Once they are gone, they offer a room with a sleeping bag. They did remind us that when our youngest turns 18, we will have to get 2 rooms. We didn't use AAA though.
We have two adults and three little kids in our family. For a bit of privacy we always stay in "suite" hotels. There are many good ones in Anaheim and Garden Grove area and as a plus many include breakfast. Our favourite is Marriott Residence Inn Anaheim Resort Area followed by Hilton's Homewood Suites. Homewood Suites has one bedroom suites while the Marriott Residence Inn has more options. A one bedroom, two bedroom or a kids' suite for less than any Disney property. They really know how to treat families right. Hot breakfasts followed by evening receptions. The Embassy Suites is also a good choice, though I prefer the full kitchen offered by the first two.