Travelodge International

2060 South Harbor Blvd., Anaheim, California, 92802, United States
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Anaheim International Inn

by sunnysam

Will be attending a convention in Anaheim the second week of November. Will be staying at a place called the "Anaheim International Inn". Any feedback regarding this property and recommendations regarding dining options in the general vacinity? (Not a vacation so no "Mickey Mouse" adventures this time-shucks!
Looking forward to your comments!

RE: Anaheim International Inn

by joesorce

If it's the one on 2060 Harbor blvd it used to be a Travelodge, the rooms are fine for a budget place but ask for a quiet room as it is right on the main drag. There is a Denny's nearby and some fast food, and "Grand China" for decent Chinese food, it is about a mile walk to the Disney entrance. Lots of mostly hotel-restaurants in the area.

RE: Anaheim International Inn

by Brianduck

Here are some comments about this hotel:

1. Very inexpensive compared with other Disney area hotels (avg $70 a night).
2. Clean rooms, simple decor, mini-fridge in the room.
3. Less than ½ mile away from convention center.

1. Far enough from Convention Way to be “out of the action”.
2. No frills, no "Convention Magic" should be expected.
3. Pool small, inadaquate Jacuzzi for soaking feet after walking convention floor.

I would recommend this hotel for people on a tight convention budget and don't mind using a shuttle or walking a bit to get to the convention center. This would be a two-star property in most books. The hotel is clean and is not overcrowded or noisy.

Travel Tips for Anaheim

I once checked out a video...

by TrueBeliever

I once checked out a video entitled something like 'Disneyland Tourist Techniques' from the video section of my local library (which left 'The Sound of Music' which I didn't dare touch). Surprise! It actually had some useful tips for taming the wild beast that calls itself 'Disneyland.' Here they are to fulfill all you dreams:

1) Get there promptly when the park opens. Better yet, stay at the Disneyland Hotel and get into the park an HOUR before opening time. That's right folks!
2) Save the best for FIRST.
Go to the biggest, most popular rides first--saving the beginning of the park for later. While everyone is still hanging around Main Street near the entrance, you'll be scootin' yer little heinie onto the seats of the best rides in the park--with virtually no lines! All the suckers who save the big rides for later will have to stand for an hour or more in lines a mile long--literally, a mile long!

3) Go AGAINST the flow. When the herd stampedes in one direction, run in the opposite direction. If they seem to go counter-clockwise around the park, go clockwise and vice-versa. This way you'll avoid the most miserable areas of 'traffic' and you will have a relatively peaceful time.

4) WATCH YOUR BACK! (This is a tip of my own).
The last time I went to Disneyland I almost got 'mugged' by a girl with a toy gun. I was standing in a wild-west store full of overly-priced useless souvenirs, when I heard some slight creaking on the wooden floor behind me. I turned around and saw a teenage girl sneaking up behind me with a toy pistol that makes a loud noise. Can you believe that! She was gonna make me jump, startled. Well, when I turned around she turned really red in the face and ran off giggling. What was she thinking?! Maybe she thought I was cute or somethin'. The moral of the story folks? YOU NEED TO WATCH YOUR BACK EVEN AT DISNEYLAND!

For the Star Wars Fans (or not)

by rmlopez74

Don’t let the fact that Star Tours has been around for almost 20 Years (it was opened in 1987), make you think that it is too old to be any good. This ride is still the top of the line when it comes to the now common “Simulator Ride”. In fact, it is one of the best attractions in Tomorrowland.

(Though I must say, I was actually quite saddened when they replaced “Adventure Thru Inner Space”, which is what was here before Star Tours. Adventure Thru Inner Space was this awesome old school ride that simulated being shrunk down, but I digress…)

Back to Star Tours… The ride was originally advertised as "The Ultimate Star Wars Adventure!". It centers around you as a space tourist taking a day trip to the moon of Endor (the place with the Ewoks) on a new “StarSpeeder 3000” . Your robotic pilot is “Captain Rex” , who just happens to be making his maiden voyage as a pilot. Needless to say, the flight doesn’t go all that smoothly. Comets, Tie Fighters and the Death Star are involved. The simulation is great, and there is plenty of humor to go along with it. Even waiting in line is worth the time it takes. Everything is patterned to look like an actual space port with you as the tourist waiting for your flight. Throughout the path to the actual StarSpeeder 3000, there are a number of robotic workers that interact with the lines. There is even an animatronic C-3PO and R2-D2 (which are rumored to be actual props from the original movie).

Watch out for Admiral Ackbar up in the control booth...

disney downtown is really...

by fabrice

disney downtown is really big,you have shops,restaurants,entertainment;you may even walk to the hotels which are very beautiful,with parks and fountains;well,this is america,the land of freedom;and freedom has always given wealth and beauty

Edison Field

by mydreamquest

I went to Edison Field, home of the Anaheim Angels baseball team. This was taken in August 2004 as the Angels trounced the Kansas City Royals something like 10-2.

The stadium was a typical baseball stadium and compared to more traditional stadiums, I didn't like it that much. However, the fountains behind center field were quite impressive.

Intimate Setting in the Garden by D-Land Hotel

by marinarena

While I was visiting Downtown Disney, I went just steps away from the main drag into the Bonita Tower Fantasy Waters area of the original Disneyland Hotel. I have been here many times and truly enjoyed the peace away from the commotion of the neighboring Downtown Disney.


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 Travelodge International

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Address: 2060 South Harbor Blvd., Anaheim, California, 92802, United States