The downtown Anaheim is only 10 minutes away. The Anaheim Hilton is less than 8 miles from Knott’s Berry Farm.
Very nice hotel. Close to Disneyland & has bus service using ART just out front. Has gym, restaurant & bar as well as other eateries & food trucks @ convention center out front.Comment of M. Patrick , United States the 2016-04-10
"Decent hotel for a conference stay"
I attended the Citrix Summit Conference in Januar 2017, and was booked in at Hilton Anaheim for the stay. They hotel is nice, with a large open lobby/reception area. The room was above average, with a large bed and a decent bath. You will notice that it has been a while since they redocrated the rooms, but it still looked good. I ate breakfast their two days out of my 5 day stay, and the buffet was enjoyable but a bit pricey at $30.
"Disneyland Trip for Star Wars Half Marathon Weekend"
I stayed here for 5 days from the 12th through the 17th. Was able to score a discounted rate by asking them to price match existing reservation I had at the Ayers Hotel. Location is closer to the park, and Guest Services Manager gave us upgrade Disney View Room on the 14th floor, 14333. My kids were able to see the nighttime fireworks show from the room. Guest services also sent us Fruit basket and 10 breakfast coupons (more on this later). The room was nice standard double queen with fridge, no microwave, (but I think they will bring one up on request) which was fine with us since we at out. It was't the largest room, but was very quiet, and the beds slept well. Mattresses are firm, which I prefer. Hotel has both indoor and outdoor pools. Outdoor pool is heated. Indoor pool charges $9 day pass (wife swam there, not for kids). Outdoor pool also has small water play gym area, but the water is not heated so in comparison to the pool is much colder. Staff was very friendly, had no issues with service, however, I did notice an upset customer at breakfast who gave omelette cook ingredients in separate glass containers and cook made them together in one, instead of 2. Breakfast coupons got us "continental breakfast" but for $8 upgrade per adult you get a really good hot food buffet. Has Omelette station, Cheese Enchiladas, Rice, standard eggs, toast, sausage, bacon. Breakfast at the hotel was better than theme park food. Housekeeping staff was really friendly, even let me borrow a pair of scissors so I could fix my RunDisney Costume. (Thanks Jorge!) Hilton Honors desk made check in and check out fast. Self park was $16 a night, but because of the location you can either pay $5 per adult and $2 per kid to take the AT BUS to Disneyland. Or you can walk across the street to TOY STORY parking lot, and jump on Disney shuttle. However, this is NOT recommended by "Disney Staff" (I asked). Hotel rates dropped the day before my stay. The hotel is so large, that I think this must happen often so they can fill up capacity, was able to call reservations, re-book the lower rate, and keep my upgrade. I would definitely stay here again for the convenience of being close to the park. Great Customer Service, and also because they were willing to give me some extras.
"Weekend Hockey Trip"
A good friend of mine and I like to travel and see new baseball and hockey stadiums each year, and decided this past weekend decided to see the Ducks play in Anaheim, and the Kings play in Los Angeles. I had done a lot of research on hotels in the area, and got a great deal for a one night stay. We wanted to be close to the Honda Center, and this place was perfect, as it took less than 7 minutes to drive over there. Self parking is $16 per day, but that seems to be the going rate for most of the hotels, though I am sure some charge more. The parking garage was tricky to navigate through as some parts of it were closed, but I still managed to get a decent parking space, so no complaints there. I checked in using the digital app, and even though the room I requested was not available, they were able to accommodate my request of staying on the 14th floor. I had a nice view of the city, but I will say you can easily get turned around as this is a big hotel. Also, at check in I was thanked for being a Hilton member, and I appreciated the friendliness of the front desk agent. The room was nice and spacious, and having a safe and a refrigerator was nice. The water pressure from the shower was great, and the fact the water stayed hot, made it even better. The rooms are a little worn, and could use some updating, but overall it suited my purpose just fine. The downstairs bar was nice, and after getting back from the game, my buddy and I enjoyed some drinks and had some food. They had a Happy Hour menu, so certain beers were $ 8 and certain ones were $5, and the food options were $10. . They had a good selection of IPA's, which I appreciated. The service was great. I had the breakfast buffet, and while $27.50 is a bit more than I normally would spend for one, it was worth the money. I was able to enjoy a nice meal, and I appreciated the fact they made waffles upon request (they were so good, I ate 3 of them) The server was good, and I appreciated always having my coffee and juice refilled promptly. Overall, my experience here was great, and if I am ever back in the area, this is the first hotel I would consider staying at.
"Stick it to the musicians"
I have stayed down here several times as The NAMM Show is presented at the Anaheim Convention Center I've stayed at this hotel hoping it would be better but it seems right around special events prices go up drinks go up people start taking advantage of the truce at this hotel I know it goes on here and there at different places but what I just can't figure out is music makes the world go round sure some of us have money sure some of us are low on money but why not just keep it one solid charge for all the beds are nice but the rooms are nice the people are fairly nice a little confused sometimes when there's big events going on and Convention all and all I'm done whining take it for what it's worth the Marriott is a very good hotel and they don't try to gouge you on certain things but if you want to stay close this would be the place to be
"Beautiful Birthday Trip"
My twin sister and I celebrated our 23rd birthday for the first time together in a few years on Monday the 16th. We drove down to Anaheim with our boyfriends on Sunday evening to stay at the Anaheim Hilton. I first have to applaud the great rates we got online for their rooms. I couldn't believe what a steal we got them for! Unfortunately, so did everyone else! Parking was difficult to navigate, as well as finding the entrance to the hotel because of the closely placed Sheraton and the Convention center. Better signage would have helped. It took us 30 minutes to check in at the front desk due to the long line, but the staff was extra friendly, understanding of our frustration, and accommodating. They gave us two conjoining rooms right by the pool area (*NOTE: DON'T GET IN THE HOT TUB! THE CHLORINATION IS OUTRAGEOUS. OUR EYES WERE BURNING, WE COULDN'T BREATHE IN THE AIR, AND IT TOOK 3 SHOWERS TO WASH IT ALL OFF WHEN WE GOT BACK TO THE ROOM). After checking in we headed down to the food court to grab a cheap bite to eat (you know, always balling on a budget), and we were extremely disappointed to realize that the food court closes at 7:30 and Starbucks was closed when we got there at 6:50! We had only planned on spending maybe 20-30 dollars on food that night but ended up spending 100 plus a tip for Room Service because the in-house restaurant was busy. Room Service was definitely quicker there than anywhere else I've experienced, which was great...but at a cost. The rooms were pretty standard (King rooms), and the beds were extra comfy! The wait staff even brought my sister and I chocolate covered strawberries for our birthday as a surprise!! Overall, the stay was really nice and I would love to stay again next time we hit Disneyland.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM