Rodeway Inn & Suites Anaheim

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

2145 S Harbor Blvd, (Formerly The Vagabond Executive Inn), Anaheim, California, 92802, United States

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  • Families48
  • Couples83
  • Solo88
  • Business64
  • Great location, comfortable rooms, we'll be back!!


    Stayed here for nights during our USA trip. We found this hotel an ideal base for visiting Disneyland and Anaheim. My husband and I just returned from a stay at the Rode way Inn & Suites near Convention Center and we have to say that our visit was superb. From a functional standpoint, the room was well designed and helped us keep all of our belongings organized on our vacation. There was a place for everything with a Microwave/fridge, plenty of shelves. The beds were comfortable and the air conditioning worked like a charm. Our room was also clean, spacious and comfortable. The hotel also Offer free Breakfast which was delicious. I made requests and asked questions of the staff multiple times during our visit and they were all outstanding. Exceptional customer service and professionalism were trademarks of every employee I encountered at this property. We visit Anaheim several times each year and will definitely return to the Rode way Inn & Suites near Convention Center.

    Unique Quality: he hotel offers free continental breakfast and free high-speed Internet. Hotel has free parking and an outdoor heated pool. There is a shuttle to Disneyland and other area attractions. Verify the hotel's address as there are multiple Rodeway Inn & Suites hotels in the area.

    Directions: Anaheim CA hotels, Rodeway Inn & Suites hotel close to Disneyland, Disney's California Adventure, Anaheim Convention Center, Knott's Berry Farm, Knott's Soak City,

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interesting, unique, adventures


We’re going to be heading to Anaheim/San Diego for a week in May… we’ll be going to Disneyland & Sea World… but what I would love is some “insider” info on interesting, unique, adventures things to do…. Id love to know about a few really unique places to eat… also what is distinctive to the area that would be Adventurous… any suggestions???

Re: interesting, unique, adventures

by nomad7890

Not an adventure, but the best breakfast or meal - Arthur's in Downey ... see tip under Downey, Calif restaurants.

Re: interesting, unique, adventures

by HarmoniousBotch

When going between SD and Anaheim, take half a day or more to go through Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, and Dana Point.

Re: interesting, unique, adventures

by travelgourmet

Don't forget Knott's Berry Farm Theme Park and the many rides and restaurants on the property in Buena Park, just a few miles from Anaheim. See website:
Also in Buena Park is the battle of the knights of old at the Medieval Times dinner/theatre. See website:
Next door to the knights are the pirates, same basis.
Down Harbor Blvd. to Newport Beach, Balboa Island, and the beach cities.

Re: interesting, unique, adventures

by Robert96

You could stop by Temecula and check out some wineries. Temecula is north of San Diego on the 15 freeway. There is also the mission at San Juan Capistrano. If you like nature take the Ortega Highway to the CLeveland National Forest.

Re: interesting, unique, adventures

by sandyn

Catch the ferry out of Newport Harbor and head to Catalina Island--about a 1 hr trip. On the island you can snorkel, scuba dive, parasail, kayak, do an interior island jeep tour--lots of adventurous things. Check out Downtown Disney (outside of Disneyland but still part of the Resort) has several fun places to eat and is fun to walk around.

Travel Tips for Anaheim

It really is a small world...

by rmlopez74

Everyone knows the song. It is actually quite simple. It's message clear. Especially for the Vitual Tourist community, the meaning is close to our heart.

The lyrics are this:

It's a world of laughter
A world of tears
It's a world of hopes
And a world of fears
There's so much that we share
That it's time we're aware
It's a small world after all

There is just one moon
And one golden sun
And a smile means
Friendship to ev'ryone
Though the mountains divide
And the oceans are wide
It's a small world after all

It's a small world after all
It's a small world after all
It's a small world after all
It's a small, small world

It's a Small World got its start in New York City at the 1964/1965 World's Fair. After the Fair closed, the ride was transferred to Disneyland where it has stayed for the last 40 years. It has been given some repair now and again, but has essentially remained the same since inception. It carries you throughout the various regions of the world, with the animatronic characters singing the song in their native language.

It culminates in them all together singing as one. When you consider the song was written in the wake of the Cuban missle crisis, it's meaning becomes all the more clear.

It's a small world after all... The best time to go to It's A Small World has to be during the holiday season when it is covered in multi-colored lights. It's amazing to see.

Huge Topiary sculptures line the waterway in front of the ride.

Additionally, every half hour, the clock does a little number, similar to a giant cuckoo clock. Very Cool!

Where I have been "lost" a few times...

by marinarena

The Lost Bar

A little off the well beaten path that is Disneyland park is The Lost Bar, which is right by Disneyland Hotel. Here I have enjoyed watching NFL playoff games in a relatively quiet and peaceful spot in the vicinity of D-Land. Now, this is a big feat itself!

Se Habla Espanol

by marinarena

For a Spanish speaker, Anaheim would almost feel like home. One can manage speaking it throughout the city. The host city of Disneyland is home to many Spanish speakers. Out of the 300, 000 + residents, about 50%-60% are of hispanic origins and a good number are bilingual (Span/Eng). Generally, throughout southern California, there are guides and other sources of information available in English and en espanol. Many restaurants, stores and places of service are Spanish-speaking friendly. In big greater L.A. cities like Anaheim, Spanish is even equal or just about so to English.

Packing List

by su_jen

If you plan to stay, then make sure you bring some fresh clothes, else stay dirty hehe I went there once in December and I was surprised that the weather dropped to 50F so bring along a jacket Their restrooms are available at every corner and it's Free!! Yes bring lotsa films. They post signs that say 'Photo spot' or something like that, so that's where you should be taking all the pictures hehe and of course you would be running after any characters that might appear in public hehe or you can make appointments to have a photo session with them in person. no camping in Disneyland!!

Anaheim Hills

by marinarena

Here's where you can get away from the maddess of D-Land and mix in with the locals.

Anaheim Hills is not an obvious tourist area, indeed not with the ever-dominant D-Land of the western city limits. However, for adults especially, AH can offer some fun. Especially the latter part of the year is a good time to come when the hills are at their greenest.

For shopping, there is the Festival, an outdoor strip mall which is lovely since it is never crowded and there is a nice variety of shops.

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 Rodeway Inn & Suites Anaheim

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Address: 2145 S Harbor Blvd, (Formerly The Vagabond Executive Inn), Anaheim, California, 92802, United States