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Hawthorne Suites

Reviewer's Name:


Reviewer's Email Address:

Date(s) of Stay:

August 1999 (1 day only)

Disney Resort:

Disneyland (California)


Anaheim Area

Ease of Disney Park Access:

Very short drive from Harbor & Katella

Complimentary Park Shuttle Available?


Park Shuttle Comments:



1752 S. Clementine Street, Anaheim, CA 92802

Phone Number:

(714) 535-7773

Facility Type:


Accommodation Used:


Accommodations Review:

We stayed at Hawthorne Suites just for one night on an impromptu trip to Disneyland last year. The suites are narrow but long. You get 2 queen-sized beds and a fold-out bed in the "living room" couch at the end of the suite. The living room of this suite can be separated from the rest of the room by a sliding door. There are two televisions in the room. Most of the furniture looks new and stylish but is actually finished using veneers (convincing enough). I can't recall if we had a refrigerator but a coffee maker was provided.

Rate/Night (for your stay):

$59 (walk-in rate, off-season)

# of Restaurants/Lounges:


Restaurant/Lounge Review:

They offer a continental breakfast in a mini-cafeteria. You can eat in the cafeteria or take your trays back to your room. As I recall, a complimentary newspaper (USA Today) was delivered on the morning of our stay. Service and clean-up was prompt.

Amenities / Facilities / Activities Available:

Pool, Hair Dryer, Non-Smoking Rooms Available.  

Pool Description/Comments:

We didn't use the pool but it wasn't sizeable (to be fair, the Disneyland Hotel was the only place we stayed at that had a REAL pool). It was adjacent to the parking garage and covered. It gets a bit noisy since the walls echo all sounds.

Other Comments:

Hawthorne Suites can be reached online at We stumbled on this place accidentally while trying to find a room at a cheap walk-in rate. Although the room felt just a little cramped because of the narrowness of the suite, it was still very comfortable and clean with nicely-decorated rooms and new-looking furnishings. There are two drawbacks to this hotel. The first is that it is farther from the park than the Candy Cane Inn (so the shuttle is recommended). The second is that to one side of the hotel is an old warehouse and it's an eyesore. If you can live with those issues, then these suites are a nice choice. I've seen them offer discount coupons in the Exit Guide ( so you can probably get in at a very good price.

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