Hotels Near the Anaheim GardenWalk

by Nicholas Katers

Visitors to Orange County can shop, dine and stay entertained at the Shops at Anaheim GardenWalk. This open-air mall houses retailers ranging from jewelers to high-end grocery stores. Shoppers can sit down for lunch at the Tacone Flavor Grill before watching first-run movies at UltraStar Cinemas. Disneyland is located only five minutes west of the Shops at Anaheim GardenWalk, leading to plenty of hotel options for visiting families and couples.

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All-Suite Hotels

All-suite hotels such as the Peacock Suites can accommodate couples, families and groups of friends. Each suite features a sliding door that divides the bedroom from the living room to ensure privacy. This property also outfits suites with DVD players, premium cable and high-speed Internet to keep guests entertained. Tourists can reach the Shops at Anaheim GardenWalk and Disneyland after frequenting car rental desks in the lobby. The Peacock Suites maintains a sun deck and two whirlpools that allow guests to relax in the California sun.

Motels

The neighborhood surrounding the Shops at Anaheim GardenWalk presents several motel options to budget travelers. The Alamo Inn & Suites keeps guests connected to the mall, Disneyland and local attractions with daily shuttle services. This motel contains a large courtyard with an outdoor pool, garden and sundeck open year-round. The Del Sol Inn features guest rooms with wooden window shutters, paintings and comfortable seating. Guests at the Del Sol Inn are located within walking distance of restaurants like Captain Kidd’s and Goodtime Pizza.

Boutique Hotels

Shoppers can experience luxury amenities near the GardenWalk at boutique hotels like the Carousel Inn & Suites. Every room is decorated with images of Disney characters and films in recognition of nearby Disneyland. Active guests can burn calories around trips to nearby attractions at the rooftop gym and outdoor pool. This boutique hotel features the Parkview Room, a large meeting room with panoramic views of Anaheim attractions. The first floor connects guests to dining options, including the Q-Cafe and Quizno’s.

Independent Hotels

Independent hotels near the Shops at Anaheim GardenWalk provide unique amenities to their guests. The exterior of the Castle Inn & Suites previews the property’s medieval aesthetic. Guests discover shields, swords and family crests adorning walls in common areas. This hotel does venture into the 21st century with a gift shop and computer lab. The Camelot Inn & Suites accommodates gamers of all ages with an arcade on the first floor. Tourists can arrange for Disneyland tickets and discounts at local stores by working with the front desk.

About the Author

Nicholas Katers has been a freelance writer since 2006. He teaches American history at Carroll University in Waukesha, Wis. His past works include articles for "CCN Magazine," "The History Teacher" and "The Internationalist" magazine. Katers holds a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in American history from University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, respectively.