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    Hi everyone...we have the opportunity for a sort of last minute trip to Disneyland at the end of the month. As much as I would love to stay at one of the Disney resorts, they are a bit price prohibitive for our 4 nights. I know the Good Neighbor Hotels are all pretty good. Any recommendations for a Good Neighbor Hotel for 2 adults and a2 1/2 year old? We would love complimentary breakfast and a pool. Microwave and refrigerator in the room would be great too. Thanks for the input!

    Karla


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kforoz View Post
    Hi everyone...we have the opportunity for a sort of last minute trip to Disneyland at the end of the month. As much as I would love to stay at one of the Disney resorts, they are a bit price prohibitive for our 4 nights. I know the Good Neighbor Hotels are all pretty good. Any recommendations for a Good Neighbor Hotel for 2 adults and a2 1/2 year old? We would love complimentary breakfast and a pool. Microwave and refrigerator in the room would be great too. Thanks for the input!

    Karla
    Aside from the resort hotels, Candy Cane Inn wins (in my book), hands down! Breakfast by the pool, quaint feel, has its own shuttle but close enough to walk. Enjoy your trip! We leave for DLR in 19 days!!!
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    My kids LOVE the Howard Johnsons. It has a pirate water playground that is awesome, as well as a pool. The staff is always great. It is easy walking distance to Disney and quick driving distance if you decide to go that route. It doesn't have breakfast, but Mimi's is right across the parking lot and has very decent food prices. If you can, sign up at Mimi's website and you get emails with offers for coupons or freebies. All good stuff.

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    +1 for the Candy Cane Inn. If your budget allows, go for the Premium Rooms -- more space, amenity basket, robes, breakfast delivered to your room. Make sure to ask about any discounts (e.g. AAA, AP, etc.).


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    Registered User ALB2277's Avatar
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    we really liked the staybridge when we went in october great breakfast not walking destence but a nice hotel

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    Our DD was 2 when we went last summer, and she also loved the water play area at HOJO. The walk is deffinately doable. They don't offer breakfast, but they do have a fridge and microwave in the room. We had cereal and fruit in the room for breakfast except the day we went to Minnie's breakfast.


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    Candy Cane, Hojos, Fairfield Inn.

    Planning 3 trips at once...

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    We usually stay at the BW Park Place Inn right outside the gate. When the kids get crabby we're in our room in no time. The rooms have a mini fridge and microwave. Breakfast is included, but it sucks unless you like boiled eggs, danishes, and cereal. Fortunately you're close to McDonalds :-) The Fairfield Inn was nice but the rooms only have a fridge (I think, it was only two years ago so you'd think I remember)- no microwave. You have to go to a central location to use the microwave. With a 2.5yo keep in mind that you have to fold up your stroller if you're getting on any shuttles.


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    Hojos was very nice, close, with spacious rooms. They have a great kids pool area with a Pirate theme.

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    If you decide to book the hojo remember to use the MP discount code!!! :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Moms View Post
    If you decide to book the hojo remember to use the MP discount code!!! :-)
    Or Annual Pass, or Entertainment rate, or AAA, or sign up for their email specials. (Whichever applies )

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