Econo Lodge Anaheim North

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

2691 West La Palma Avenue, Anaheim, California, 92801, United States

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  • Families40
  • Couples50
  • Solo0
  • Business0
  • Excellent all-around!

    by

    We spent 2 nights at the Econo Lodge North and were very impressed on many fronts. The staff was friendly and attentive, the rooms were immaculate, and the location was fantastic!. We also ate free continental breakfast with variety of choices. There are lots of restaurant nearby but Keno is excellent. I highly recommend this hotel!

  • Worst Hotel Stay Ever

    by

    This was the worst stay I have ever had in a hotel. Check in time is 2pm. We got there at 5:30 and they said our room wasn’t ready and we had to wait 20 more minutes because they were booked out the night before. We went on a Friday, so them being booked out on a Thursday seems a little ridiculous. Either way, check out time is 11am and most people leave long before then. So it had been 6 ½ hours at the latest since everyone checked out. We saw them walk to the room and begin cleaning it as we were waiting then they finished in about 10 minutes. That obviously shows you how clean they made the room. The bathroom was disgusting as there is no possible way they cleaned it in that time since they had one woman and an about 8 year old child cleaning it. They were extremely rude about it as well. They claim they have a heated pool, but it is definitely NOT heated. We went in the middle of summer and the water was so cold we couldn’t stay in for more than a few minutes. The bed was extremely uncomfortable and the pillows were lumpy. The breakfast consists of muffins, toast, and sunny delight. Even though we were in a non-smoking room, there were smoking rooms right near ours and people sitting on the table outside our room smoking constantly. We were kept up half the night by people stomping around upstairs, banging on walls and slamming doors. I was left aggravated, unrested and unable to bathe due to the filth. Definitely not worth the price, especially since it isn’t even an exceptional deal.

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Transportation from Anaheim to LA

by beckychan

Does anyone know how to get to LA from Anaheim? Where I can book the shuttle bus online? Thanks.

Re: Transportation from Anaheim to LA

by yvr

You could take the Amtrak/Coaster train, several a day. Look at www.amtrak.com for schedules and prices

Re: Transportation from Anaheim to LA

by Ginda

You may want to Google the following choices:
Disneyland Resort express; Greyhound Bus; Grayline Bus.
Enjoy!

Re: Transportation from Anaheim to LA

by amandajayne81

We used Luxbus America when we were in the USA in 2007. It was a very comfortable and easy transfer. We booked through a travel agent so it was probably more expensive than what we could find now but I see you can book online.

The website is http://www.luxbusamerica.com/bus-schedule-pricing.php

32USD one way.

We have used Supershuttle a lot for airport transfers in LA and San Francisco. Not sure if they do an Anaheim to LA transfer if airports aren't involved. We have always been satisfied with them but they aren't as nice as Luxbus. You can book online with Supershuttle too.

Travel Tips for Anaheim

Both Parks (Disney and DCA Park) Shopping Stores

by COMEONDOWN

There is really nothing which we can consider to be our favourite shopping stores, Disneyland Shops as well as California Adventure Shopping Stores...What bothers me at most was these. Both my nieces (ages 8 and 10 years old wanted to fill they were at these happiest place on earth, so, we allowed them to pick a mickey mouse hats), as we approach the register, the well trained cashier greets us hello, then as she was ringing these two mickey mouse hats she has these fast talk, how about some disposable camers (GEE! you know how much Disney sells them to customers those single disposable cameras, $18.50 whereas in Target or any of these discount stores, you can get it at $8.50 - $9.00 for each single 27 exposure camera...then a cashiers or working as a cashier you are strongly and focusly trained to make sure to add or pad the original shopping of customers...just anything, to make a sale, it could be a group of lolipops which cost 5 pieces for $4.95, a small container of sunblock can cost you $9.50 and purchasing it at the discount store it cost around $3.20-$3.50. We have not found anything that Disneyland or California Adventure really economical, so, it is best that you are well organized and prepared for you and your children would need while enjoying your holiday. From our experience you are allowed to bring coke inside the park in one condition, make sure that the bottle is made of plastic and not glass, you are also allowed to bring you own lunches.
We had a good time in both parks, and through speaking to people we met there, they advised us not to waste time doing are shopping in either parks, as there is these store called World of Disney which is located downtown Disneyland save half a day on that store as most of all items sold at Parks, you would find it at World of Disney, it is a very large department store downtown.
If there is anything we could help you, feel free to write us on our VT forum. Best memory was Disneyland more than California Adventure. True that Disneyland is always packed with tourists, but they seem to have more on going for younger children.

Anaheim Tip

by gkitzmil

No, I've not been to Disneyland Or Knott's Berry Farm (in nearby Buena Park) or to any of the attractions. But I've certainly enjoyed the sun of Anaheim! I keep returning to a large event at the Anaheim Convention Center -- the largest on the West Coast of the US

Anaheim Tip

by Krystynn

Now, this is my parents' favorite ride in Disneyland. :-))

They were the first to conquer Disneyland years ago and told me 'One of the BEST rides you must take when you're in Disneyland is the Mark Twain riverboat cruise'.

I did. And almost fell asleep on this slooow cruise. Well I guess if you're my parents' age, it would be deemed as FUN. :-) Sorry Mom + Dad!

Comfort is a NECESSITY!

by rmlopez74

Okay, if you are going to spend a day at Disneyland Wear Comfortable Shoes! Yes, I know this sounds like it would be a no brainer, but I can't tell you how many times I have been to Disneyland and seen people with what have got to be the most uncomfortable shoes ever. Women in heels, guys in thin-soled loafers, etc.

Wear sneakers, the thicker the sole and the more comfortable the better. You will walk for miles without even knowing it, only the blisters on your feet and the fatigue in your legs will clue you in at the end of the day.

Don't forget to pet the Goats...

by rmlopez74

A fairly recent addition to Disneyland is a nice little petting zoo that was added shortly after they did "Home on the Range". The movie wasn't all that great by Disney standards, but the petting zoo is awesome for anyone with kids. (or anyone who likes animals for that matter) There is a cow, some goats and sheep, and the largest turkey you have ever seen in your life.

Apparently, this particular turkey was pardoned by President Bush a few years back and has been getting fat on Walt's dime ever since. The petting zoo is in an out of the way corner of the park, hidden behind the Thunder Mountain Railroad, so it is kind of easy to miss. But make the effort to walk over. The animals are worth it...

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Address: 2691 West La Palma Avenue, Anaheim, California, 92801, United States