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08-06-2008, 12:30 PM
We are going to be at Disneyland for Oct. 6-12. We are going to the parks Mon-Friday. I have HOJo reservations for Mon - Friday - the entertainment book rate of $59a night. The Sat night wasn't available, so I thought I would wait and see what we wanted to do. We fly out of LAX on Sunday afternoon. Well, I waited to long, and the HOJo got expensive, and is now booked up for Sat night.
We will possibly get a 6th day added to our parkhoppers and go for Fireworks/parades etc or just hang around the area. I am looking for an hotel for Sat night. There are 5 of us in the family - so we would need at least two beds and pull-out couch or something. We can stay anywhere between Disneyland and LAX. Is there a hotel you have stayed at that you really liked, that was a little farther from DL?
Can anyone reccomend a place to stay? Would like a pool, and some type of breakfast would be great. Would like to spend under $150.00.
08-06-2008, 07:11 PM
We stayed at tha La Quinta and really liked it - it would be big enough for your needs - the pool is nothing to write home about but the rooms would be large enough to fit your needs and the free breakfast had a very plentiful selection.... It should come in under budget esp if you are AAA
Plugged the date you are looking for into the site and got
Our suite with two double beds and set of bunk beds offers a microwave and refrigerator along with standard amenities including a coffee maker, hairdryer, and iron with ironing board.
for $120 (AAA)
Our three-room suite features two separate bedrooms divided by a partition, one with 1 King bed and the other with 2 full beds. You'll have access to a variety of amenities including a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, hairdryer, and iron with ironing board
Looks like the Bunkbeds have a double on the bottom so the....
Our suite with one king bed and set of bunk beds features an elegant decor and array of popular amenities including a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, hairdryer, and iron with ironing board. for $111 may also work
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08-06-2008, 08:29 PM
I have been looking at the Comfort Inn Maingate for my family trip Oct 14 -21. The AAA rate is coming up at $87/night for a suite either a king & set of bunks or 2 queens or doubles & a bunk and they have a breakfast. The reviews are not to bad and if you write 5 reasons your choose them on thier face book page you can get $5 off your bill.