Discover a welcoming retreat at the Anabella Hotel in Anaheim, a California Mission Style Boutique Hotel with modern flare. Ideally located across from Disneyland’s™ California Adventure Park and on the Anaheim Convention Center Campus, contained within seven acres of lush, landscaped grounds and a award recipient of “Anaheim’s Most Beautiful Property”.
The Anabella Hotel is a beautiful sanctuary known for providing warm, exceptional service and elegant accommodations to its guests with a variety of amenities and services for your convenience and enjoyment. After a day visiting theme parks, pamper yourself with exceptional dining at the Award-Winning Tangerine Grill & Patio, or relax in our newly enhanced Quiet Pool or Resort Pool and Jacuzzi.
Desert Palms Hotel and Suites is the ideal location for your next Disneyland Vacation. We offer a convenient location, only a 5 minute walk to Disneyland Park, as well as Free Parking, Free WiFi, and Free Hot Breakfast Buffet. All rooms come with a microwave, refrigerator, and coffee maker. We are very Kid Friendly with special check in activities for children, and kid's crafts on holidays. We offer a number of different suites which include rooms with bunk beds, full kitchens, and sitting areas. Our largest room can comfortable sleep up to 8 people.
4 Hotels in the Anaheim Resort - all within minutes to Disneyland. All four of our hotels are certified as Disney Good Neighbor Hotels! We are AAA 3 Dimaond rated. Our hotels: BEST WESTERN PLUS Anaheim Inn, BEST WESTERN PLUS Park Place Inn, BEST WESTERN PLUS Pavilions, BEST WESTERN PLUS Stovall's Inn.
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The Disneyland Dream Suite is a 2200sqft luxury apartment located in the New Orleans Square area of Disneyland Park at the Disneyland Resort. It was created as part of the "Year of a Million Dreams" promotion that ran from October 1, 2006, through December 31, 2008.History of the SuiteIn the early 1960s as construction of New Orleans Square was proceeding, Walt Disney decided he needed a bigger entertaining facility for various VIPs that came to the park. He already had an apartment above the Fire Station on Main Street, U.S.A., but it was too small to host elaborate events. Walt decided to place the suite in New Orleans Square, set back from the hustle and bustle of the park.Disney brought in set designer Dorothea Redmond, famous for creating the sets in Gone with the Wind, to help him with the apartment layout. To furnish and decorate the area, he left his wife Lilly and Walt Disney Studio set decorator Emile Kuri to collaborate as they had on other projects (Club 33, the Firehouse Apartment, etc.). The project was christened The Royal Suite, inspired by its location off New Orleans Square's Royal Street.After Walt Disney died on December 15, 1966, many projects at Walt Disney Productions were put on hold or abandoned. At the request of his brother Roy, who felt the family would not enjoy The Royal Suite with Walt gone, the project was quietly set aside. It was fairly close to completion at the time of Disney's death, including infrastructure and plumbing.From July 11, 1987, to August 7, 2007, the space housed the Disney Gallery.