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Radisson Fullerton
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222 W. Houston Ave, Fullerton
Average Reviewer Rating: 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Number of Reviews: 1 ( Displaying Reviews: 1 - 1 )
4.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.04.0/5.0   28 Nov to 31 Nov 2002
Reviewer: jazzjunkie (jazzjunkie@hotmail.com) Singapore     December 29, 2002
I stayed here as part of a larger tour package, but I must say that it was a very pleasant experience. The rooms are clean and spacious, (standard rm with 2 double beds) and I got a nice pool view. Bathroom was likewise clean and nicely furnished, with good quality amenities (soap was not your usual 1 cube of lard, but Body Shop quality, and nicely packaged). It's not really walkable to Disneyland, but an hourly hotel shuttle (free) takes you there in a jiffy. Breakfast buffet offers the usual bacon, scrambled eggs, cereal, etc. H/w, because there are many Asian guests, they also offer rice porridge. A useful (but pricey) amenity is the internet station in the lobby (sorry, I don't remember the exact price, maybe 1USD for 3 minutes?) Useful for guests without laptops, like me, who just need to check in with their loved ones. Another thing I liked was that I didn't have to let them run an imprint of my card, or pay a deposit, just to make 800 calls, which was the case in the Vegas hotels I was at. It is also next door to a small mall with Target, Avenue and some eating places, including Tony Roma's across the road.

Drawbacks:
The room service food was just adequate (I ordered spinach fettucine which was a tad overcooked and the garlic bread was hard; and a burger, which was ok. My friends had the pizzas which I heard were a decent portion size even for 2 hungry teenage boys). I had to call the main desk to get through to the kitchen itself, because no one was picking up on the room service line. The other slight annoyance was that toast seemed to be difficult to get in the mornings. One morning we had to ask specifically for it, and another, they said they did not serve toast at all (how is that possible?).

On the whole, if you don't want to pay the gouging prices of the Disney resorts (Thanksgiving season no less), or suffer the tawdriness of a motel, this is a nice compromise.