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Ramada Maingate Saga Inn

Reviewer's Name:

Billie Bloebaum

Reviewer's Email Address:

billiebee@mindspring.com

Date(s) of Stay:

May 15-17, 2001

Disney Resort:

Disneyland (California)

Location:

Anaheim Area

Ease of Disney Park Access:

No need for a car, as it is virtually across the street.

Complimentary Park Shuttle Available?

Unknown

Park Shuttle Comments:

Although a shuttle was advertised, I never used it as it was only a five minute walk to the gates. Therefore, I am not sure if the shuttle goes to Disneyland or just other area parks.

Address:

1650 S. Harbor

Phone Number:

(714) 772-0440 / (800) 854-6097

Facility Type:

Motel

Accommodation Used:

Standard Room / Studio

Accommodations Review:

Since I was traveling alone, I got the luxury of a king size bed. I also happened to be traveling during a slow time of year, so the place seemed almost empty, and was, therefore, very quiet. The room was nice, but nothing to write home about. I was grateful for the in-room coffee maker and it was nice to see that an iron and ironing board were provided. (But, if you're ironing on vacation, it seems to me you've missed the point.) The bathroom was a little small, even for just one person, but the water was hot and the water pressure was excellent (something that can't be said for all hotels). Overall, it is a very pleasant place to stay and I would probably stay here again.

Rate/Night (for your stay):

Unknown. Purchased as part of a package.

# of Restaurants/Lounges:

3 (sort of)-one is next door, tow are take out windows

Restaurant/Lounge Review:

There is a Tony Roma's right next door and on-site there are a take out Chinese place and a take out pizza and pasta place. I only ate at the pizza place, and even then I only had a slice of cheese pizza. It wasn't bad. Typical pseudo-New York style pizza. There is also a complimentary continental breakfast out by the pool every morning. Nothing exciting-fruit, toast, Danish, muffins, juice, and coffee-but enough to hold you over until the breakfast crowds at the parks have dispersed.

Amenities / Facilities / Activities Available:

Sundries Shop, Pool, Hot Tub, Hair Dryer, Laundry, Complimentary Airport Shuttle, Handicapped Accessible Rooms Available, Non-Smoking Rooms Available, Smoke Detectors, Fire Sprinklers.

Pool Description/Comments:

I never actually used the pool, but it looked really nice. It was shaped like a big "S" (for Saga, I would assume) and never seemed to be very crowded.

Other Comments:

When I first arrived, my phone wasn't working. Although it took some time to get it repaired, everyone was very nice about it and did what they could to get it repaired as quickly as possible. They also let me use the desk phone to make calls until my phone was working again. I had a friend come down to join me on Wednesday, and the folks at the hotel were nice enough to let him park his car in the hotel lot for the day, thus saving him the $8.00 he would have had to pay to park at the park. The staff was very kind and courteous and did everything in their power to make my stay uneventful and pleasant.
 

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