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
"Great base for Disney stay"
Mid way part f our drive through Californian holiday. This part of our stay was selected by our 21 year old daughter who wanted to visit Disney. Such a good choice. We were able to park the car easily in the hotel car park ($10 per night) and very easy walking distance to the parks. There is a shuttle bus that runs back and forth, but honestly think that it is quicker to walk at the end of the day as otherwise you are just waiting around queuing all the time. Stayed here for 7 days. Spent a couple of days in Disney. Visited Universal. Drove to six flags for faster rollercoaster rides and also went to Hollywood. Be warned the LA traffic is a continuous traffic jam no mater what time or day you travel, so be prepared for longer journeys if driving in from Anaheim to LA. Also had a couple of lovely lazy days by the pool. Pool is rather small, but did not have any difficulty in getting sun beds. Lovely little bar just outside the pool area and good deal of snacks available. Did not eat in the hotel for main evening meals as so much choice outside. Great place to stay, service was good and would happily recommend this hotel, especially if looking for somewhere to stay as a base for Disney.
"Worn out and understaffed"
Greeting at registration: cold and unwelcoming and failed to register us as Hilton Honors and therefore resulting in overcharging at the not-complimentary but decent fitness center. Room: worn; only one nightstand next to bed. Had to pay $20 extra to get a king size bed with a "pool view" next to the elevators. The view was mostly of a rooftop. Staffing: inadequate; seemed shocked that our large business meeting allowed attendees to have lunch, resulting in a 90 minute wait to receive our lunch at the poolside grill; i thought the poor solo chef was going to collapse trying to fill all the orders while two administrative types in suits anxiously bobbed back and forth behind him clearly stressed by the customers' long waits but unable to actually help. They apparently figured that all the guests were expecting long lines at Disneyland, so they would be ok with a winding line and hour wait to get a cup of coffee at the Starbucks in the lobby.
"Old yet Dirty, Also Poorly Managed"
Like others here, other than the location this place has NOTHING positive going for it. Rooms are old and damaged throughout. AC vent almost brained me and they did not care at all. The filter inside was disgusting and looked to be years old (at least there were several inches of "stuff" covering it). Hotel pool area is really shabby with peeling paint, bandaids and other trash in the pool, etc. Plenty of other hotels closer to the park entrance, make sure you check them out first!
"Tired and dark"
This is one of the worst Hilton hotels I've stayed at. It's very outdated. Poor lighting, very dark and depressing. The carpets in the hallways and rooms were very worn. The outdoor pool looks ok but stops serving food outside at 5:00. We stayed because of good rate for Disney trip and you can easily walk to Disney shuttle but don't stay if you are planning on staying in the room for any length of time .
"Love the location!"
If you are going to Disneyland, this is the place to stay. Easy walk there (less than a mile), although they also have a shuttle. Staff is great at the hotel, rooms are spacious and clean, beds are comfy and AC worked well. The hotel is a bit expensive, but it is a large convention hotel so is just what I would expect.
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