The Carousel Inn and Suites, situated in Anaheim, CA, is located within a 5-minute walk of Disneyland, on site at the Disneyland Resort.
In this hotel, pets are not allowed, and smoking rooms are available. There are five floors with 131 rooms.
Each room includes a mini-fridge, hair dryer, TV, iron and ironing board, air conditioning, microwave, coffeemaker and a clock radio. In-room Wi-Fi is available for $9.95 per day.
Self-parking and valet parking are $10 per day. The hotel features an outdoor pool, fitness facilities, and a restaurant that serves lunch and dinner. Other dining options can be found nearby, on site at the Disneyland Resort. Guests can purchase Disney tickets (and skip the lines) from the hotel lobby.
Some rooms feature views of Disneyland, and the park's fireworks can be seen from the hotel's rooftop pool.
For the guests' needs, there are business services, a 24-hour front desk, laundry facilities, concierge services, a safe at the front desk, a laundry service with dry cleaning available, a business center, and meeting space.
Some places that guests staying at the Carousel Inn and Suites may want to visit include Universal Studios, which is 39 minutes away by car, Downtown Disney, which is 7 minutes away by car, El Super, which is 4 minutes away by car, and John Wayne Airport (SNA), which is 15 minutes away by car. (All transportation time estimates sourced from Google Maps)
The Carousel Inn and Suites got mixed guest reviews.
Most guests praised the staff. However, there were also several staff complaints.
Many guests described their rooms as clean and comfortable. There were very few people who complained about the state of the rooms.
Many guests liked the hotel's close proximity to Disney, as it is located across the street from the hotel.
As said above, the Carousel Inn and Suites received very mixed reviews.
Some guests found the hotel to be somewhat expensive, and were dissatisfied with the amount they paid for the quality they received.
Some guests felt that the hotel's advertisements were misleading. An example of this is how many guests reported that the advertised continental breakfast is no longer offered, but was still being advertised when they booked.
A few guests noted that the hotel's rooftop pool was quite small.
A few guests who paid more for more luxurious rooms felt that these rooms fell short of their expectations.