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Holiday Inn & Suites : Anaheim (1 Blk/Disneyland®)

Walking Distance to Downtown Disney - This Holiday Inn is a Disneyland Neighbor Hotel and only a (long) block away from Disneyland Main Street (you have to wrap around Pixar and pass around Disney Hotel). Good exercise at an approximate 15 minute walk. From there you can jump on the Monorail or walk downtown tot the gates of Disneyland or California Adventure. Parking is convenient, but not necessarily more affordable than parking at Disneyland. Parking at Disneyland offers a ride to the front gates. They do offer (for a cost) front door transit with Anaheim Resort Transit (ART) directly to the front gates. The hotel has easy on/off access to I-5 and is literally just behind Disneyland parkade. They have a heated outdoor pool with cavana service window, Whirlpool, and a Splash pad for the kids. Breakfast is not free, is available for extra charge - but the food is great as it is serviced by Onyx Restaurant and Bar. They have a good business center and 24-hour fitness center. WiFi is decent, though experienced some down time watching movies during our two-night stay.

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Holiday Inn – Red Bluff, CA

This Holiday Inn Express is an easy on-off of I-5 travelling North or South in Northern California. A modern hotel near infamous tourist attraction Mount Shasta. The hotel is non-smoking, has shade/snow structures for parking, a hot breakfast buffet with pancakes, indoor pool, whirlpool, business center, fitness area, wired and wireless high-speed internet. Great spot for tourist visitation of Win-River and Rolling Hills Casino, Mount Shasta, Shasta, Weed, Redding, Sacramento, Chico, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Lake Tahoe, Reno, Redwood National Park, and Shasta National Park.

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