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100 (7846 reviews)/
This contemporary three-star hotel is just off the I-5 motorway, and a short drive from Disneyland® theme park, while Knott’s Berry Farm is just less than eight miles away.
The modern rooms at Ménage Hotel in Anaheim boast dark leather accents, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Upscale suites add pull-out sofas and separate sitting areas.
The outdoor Hawaiian-style bar and 24-hour pool with hot tub are some of the amenities included, while the fully equipped fitness center and on-site restaurant provide guests with a variety of options for entertainment.
American Tavern Eatery & Drink serves a wide variety of fresh, local food and drink. Sundays offer bottomless mimosas, while the daily happy hour provides specialty cocktails.
The Anaheim Garden Walk and the Convention Center are just two miles from the Ménage Hotel while Angel’s Stadium is just less than a three mile drive. This accommodation is also known as Anaheim Menage, Hotel Menage Anaheim Boutique Hotel Anaheim, Menage Anaheim, and Menage Anaheim Boutique.
This was the original theme park developed by Walt Disney in Anaheim, California, fifty years ago and was known simply as Disneyland until 1998. When it was first opened it had 16 attractions; now it has over 60. The park is divided into eight lands which include Main Street USA, Tomorrowland and Mickeys Toon Town and is dominated by Cinderella's Castle. Transportation is provided by the Disney Railroad and the Monorail system. The accent of this park is providing fun for the whole family. Mickey and the rest of the Disney family are on hand to greet the guests. Attractions include the favourites Pirates of the Caribbean, Big Thunder Mountain, It's A Small World and The Enchanted Tiki Room. There are live stage shows, parades in the afternoon and evening and fireworks at night. Admission: Hours vary through the year. Single day ticket: Adults (10+) $59 Children (3-9) $49 Multiple day passes and tickets combined with entry to Disney's California Adventure are also available.
California Adventure is the second theme park at the Disneyland Resort. Opened in 2001 it is adjacent to the original Disneyland Park and in part recreates some well-known Californian landmarks. The overall intention was to create a more adult-themed park than Disneyland, including faster, scarier rides and shows designed for a more adult audience. There are a larger number of restaurants and unlike Disneyland Park, alcohol is served in the California Adventure. The park is divided into a number of themed lands: A Bug's Land, Golden State, Paradise Pier and Hollywood Pictures Backlot. The largest of the roller coasters is California Screamin' where the cars loop the loop through an outline of Mickey's head. There is also where the Tower of Terror can be found. Stage presentations include MuppetVision 3-D, It's a Bug's Life and Soarin' Over California. There are parades including, after dark, The Electric Parade (which has featured at DisneyWorld Florida and Disneyland Resort Paris in the past) Admission: Hours vary through the year. Single day ticket: Adults (10+) $59 Children (3 9) $49 Multiple day passes and tickets combined with entry to the Disneyland Park are also available.