by Whitney Rife
Hotel Menage is a chic, boutique hotel in the Disneyland Resort area of Anaheim. Rooms feature a loft style with high leather-wrapped headboards, sitting areas and 11-foot-high ceilings. Families enjoy plasma televisions, work desks and high-speed wireless Internet. K’ya Restaurant delicacies is inspired by local Californian street food, often sold from street cart vendors. A common specialty is the Sesame-Crusted Ahi Seared Rare with Soy-Mirin Butter. No dish is over $10, making it an affordable option for families on vacation. There is a swimming pool on the premises, surrounded by private cabanas, a hot tub and Mist Pool Bar. By the pool, guests can see the nightly fireworks of Disneyland’s “Remember- Dreams Come True.”
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Four Points by Sheraton is a tale of two hotels, depending on where your room is located!
Overall this a decent hotel. The lobby area and pool/hot tub are all lovely, and the rooms were clean and decently spacious with minifridges. Beds were comfortable and the room was very dark with the shades drawn.
But the hotel backs up to the freeway. You do NOT want to be on the freeway side of the hotel, as it is LOUD. The hotel rooms are all on the exterior side, so it can feel like a glorified motel on the freeway side. We were able to switch rooms (thank you, front desk staff!) after the first night, and it was significantly better. Very quiet and pleasant. So if you can, request a room on the front parking lot side or the pool side and you will enjoy your stay!
The hotel is an easy 10-12 minute walk to Disneyland, though be aware you are walking over the freeway so it's a very busy road. There are traffic lights so we felt safe, it's just busy.
If you're looking for a hotel close to Disney, there are far better options (especially at almost $300 per night). We've stayed at both the Camelot Inn and Hilton Anaheim (2 opposite ends of the price spectrum) and I'd recommend either of those instead.
We stayed here for 3 nights based on a recommendation from a friend - multiple elevators didn't work on several occasions, rooms had no hot water (luke warm), our bathroom sink was leaking all over the floor and the traffic noise from the highway that is right beside the "hotel" (let's face it, this is a glorified motel) is crazy loud.
I've stayed at our Four Points hotels before and have liked them - this place just gives a bad name to the Four Points Sheraton brand.