Our boutique hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Anaheim.
From the country’s top amusement parks and shopping malls to breathtaking beaches and museums, staying at Hotel Pepper Tree makes it easy to discover the best attractions in Southern California.
Treat your kids to the vacation of a lifetime at nearby Disneyland Resort and Knott’s Berry Farm theme park; then take it easy on Orange County’s beautiful beaches, located just 20 minutes west.
Foodies will love Anaheim’s eclectic restaurants and nearby wineries, and sports fans can watch professional baseball, hockey and football games only seven miles away at Honda Center and Angel Stadium. Whether you want to attend an event at the Anaheim Convention Center or prefer to play 18 holes of golf on the championship course next door, there’s something for everyone in Anaheim.
Visitors looking to explore more of the Los Angeles area can visit Rodeo Drive, the Hollywood Bowl or Universal Studios – all located within 35 miles of Hotel Pepper Tree. San Diego attractions like Sea World and the San Diego Zoo are also an easy 90-minute drive south on Interstate 5.
From the charm of Main Street, U.S.A. to the whimsical Mickey's Toontown, explore eight fantastic lands of nostalgia and delight. Let your imagination soar in an enchanted kingdom of fantasy and magical entertainment. At Disneyland® Park, you’ll experience more than 60 attractions, 50 shops and 30 restaurants. Zoom through doom on their biggest ride in 40 years, the Indiana Jones™ Adventure - a high-tech, adrenaline-pumping thrill on wheels. Experience thrilling rides like the Matterhorn Bobsleds, Space Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, Splash Mountain and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Meet Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy! New innovations like the Disney's FASTPASS® Service keeps waiting in line to a minimum.
Admission ranges from $73 daily to $149 for a 3-day hopper pass. We suggest visiting www.disneyland.com and searching on the “tickets” link. The Park is divided into several themed “lands,” each of which has a number of rides and attractions. The Downtown Disney District has many restaurants such as ESPN Zone, House of Blues and Rainforest Café. You will have a great time at the Disney Park with exciting new rides, live-action shows and plenty of dining and shopping opportunities.
Admission $15-$39. America's oldest amusement park, Knott's Berry Farm re-creates the atmosphere of the Old West in six fantastic themed areas, including Ghost Town, Fiesta Village, Wild Water Wilderness, Indian Trails, The Boardwalk and Camp Snoopy. With world-class thrills and family fun, Knott’s features 160 acres of wild rides, live shows and exciting family attractions.
Walter Knott and his wife set up a roadside stand selling pies, preserves and home-cooked chicken dinners during the Depression of the 1930’s. In no time at all, the lines for the delicious meals grew so much that Walter decided to create an Old West Ghost Town to provide entertainment for the waiting customers. The Old West Ghost Town has since evolved into an amusement park with attractions and rides for fun with the whole family.
Experience the splendor, pageantry and romance of the Middle Ages at the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. Feel the thunder of hooves, the shattering of lances, the clash of swords and ringing axes as knights engage in combat for the title of champion. Enjoy an exceptional royal feast as you witness the chivalry and horsemanship of medieval days in this magnificent setting.
Bringing Orange County the finest concerts and entertainment in an intimate setting, the Grove of Anaheim presents a diverse array of artists, musical acts, Grammy winners, shows and events that impress and delight music fans. From comedy to country, hard rock to Latin, the Grove plays it all in a beautiful and unforgettable atmosphere not found anywhere else. At the Grove, you’ll experience 27,140 square feet of flavor and excitement for special events, corporate functions, product launches, private concerts, weddings, reunions and gala occasions. For advance tickets to upcoming shows visit www.thegroveofanaheim.com.
Check out latest concerts, drop in for Sunday gospel brunch, or dine at the fabulous Crossroads Restaurant. It’s always a good time at the House of Blues!
The Anaheim Convention Center is the largest convention center on the West Coast and one of the largest convention centers in the world. After three years of expansion and renovation, this jewel has become a regional architectural landmark. It has centralized towers formed by an open-grid design, which blend into a spectacular curving glass-wall facade.
Newport Beach is a magical Southern California destination with nine miles of picture-perfect sandy beach for swimming, surfing, body boarding, fishing, sailing, yachting, parasailing, snorkeling and sunbathing. Enjoy "The Wedge" – a jetty where surfers brave the waves – two piers, Balboa Pavilion, the Newport-Balboa Ferry boat, harbor cruises, boat rentals, rollerblading, sand volleyball, outdoor concerts, tennis and trips to Catalina Island. Newport Beach also offers world-class shopping, waterfront dining and championship golf courses. Framed by the Saddleback Mountains, Newport Beach’s ecological reserve is very popular with birders.
Home to the 2002 World Champion Anaheim Angels, Angel Stadium is a classic ballpark built on 140 acres. Angel Stadium seats nearly 45,050 and features terraced bullpens, widened concourses, the Nestle Family Zone, the Pepsi Perfect Game Pavilion, landscaped courtyards and three restaurants. Angel Stadium has hosted the All-Star Game twice and the 2002 World Series.
Admission $12.95. Adventure City is the most affordable family-fun theme park located in Anaheim and offers a world of excitement, entertainment and education for the young and young at heart. A collection of small-town buildings and rides are perfect for small children. Swoop over buildings on the Crazy Bus or try the Tree Top Racers, which dips and turns, giving the illusion that you'll tip over the edge. There's even an arcade with video games, skill-based games and tickets for fun prizes.
Formerly known as the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim, Honda Center is Southern California's premier entertainment and sports venue. Honda Center hosts a variety of first-class events each year, including concerts, sporting events and family shows. The 650,000-square-foot arena is home to the NHL Mighty Ducks of Anaheim.
Admission $12-$17. The Bowers Museum of Cultural Art promotes education and understanding by bringing the world's great cultural art to people of all ages. The Bowers Museum is one of Southern California's finest museums and Orange County's largest.
Admission $9-$12. Discovery Science Center is dedicated to educating young minds, assisting teachers and increasing public understanding of science, math and technology through interactive exhibits and programs. It offers a fun experience for visitors of all ages, with interactive experiments, programs, hands-on exhibits, live science shows and a dazzling 3-D laser experience. It also has exhibitions about exploration, space travel, flight, computers and a rock-climbing wall, musical floor for dancing and a bed of nails to lie on.
Admission $44. Universal Studios Hollywood puts you so close you can hear the cameras rolling. Get an inside look at the sets and uncover the behind-the-scenes secrets of legendary films, then immerse yourself into the thrilling worlds of your favorite movies. Blast-off on the Back to the Future ride and then venture into the past with Jurassic Park and The Mummy Returns. Take a back-lot tour and then enjoy the all-new saga of the "Greatest Fairy Tale Never Told,” Shrek 4-D, which picks up where the Oscar-winning film left off.
Admission $44-$57. LEGOLAND brings out the hero in everyone. There are more than 50 super rides, shows, building projects and attractions for the entire family. There are many restaurants offering everything from pizza, pasta and burgers to fresh and healthy meals. Legoland will add education, adventure and fun to your next visit.
It's the place to go for great bargains on name-brand merchandise at 30- to 50-percent below retail prices on electronics, jewelry, toys, cosmetics, video games, clothes, shoes, music and more. Enjoy live entertainment on weekends.
Contact: Close to Disneyland. Hours: 10am – 7pm, Wed. – Mon. Closed Tues.
The Mission at San Juan Capistrano is the birthplace of Orange County. Founded more than 200 years ago, it is a monument to Southern California's multi-cultural history, embracing its Native American, Spanish, Mexican and European heritage. Listen to the tolling of century-old bells, and walk down time worn paths. The serenity and peace of the 10 acres of lush gardens and cool fountains, cloistered by old adobe walls, offers visitors seclusion from the sights and sounds of a busy world. Visit the Serra Chapel, Padres Quarters, Industrial Area, Soldiers Barracks, Cemetery and The Great Stone Church.
The Orange County Fair & Exposition Center provides educational, entertainment and recreational opportunities for the public, while preserving the heritage of Californian agriculture. Don't miss the annual Orange County Fair, Centennial Farm, The Ranch, Youth Expo and more than 100 events throughout the year.
Anaheim Memorial Medical Center is a full-service hospital serving Anaheim and Orange County. With new facilities, cutting-edge technologies and an outstanding team of medical professionals, Anaheim Medical Center provides the highest quality of health care services in a compassionate environment, where the most important part of healing is the human touch.
Buena Park Mall is a one-million-square-foot regional shopping mall featuring Krekorian Metroplex 18-screen theatres and many affordable family restaurants. You will also find a variety of anchor stores, from Ross Dress For Less to Circuit City.
The Block at Orange features the best names in manufacturer and retail outlets, including Old Navy, Ann Taylor Factory Store and OFF 5th Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet. The Block at Orange is also home to high-quality entertainment venues like AMC 30 Theatres, Dave & Buster's, Lucky Strike Lanes and various themed restaurants.
Hours: Sun. – Thurs., 10am – 9 pm; Fri. – Sat. 10am – 11pm
Contact: 20 City Blvd., West Ste. C-5
Tel: 877-2THE BLOCK
South Coast Plaza is Southern California's premier shopping destination, offering a fabulous collection of fashion stores, award-winning restaurants, spas and world-class performing arts. This is a “must visit” for retail therapy!
Contact: 3333 Bristol St., Costa Mesa
Tel: (800) 782-8888
Whether you want to go star-spotting or shopping in some of the best Italian and French boutiques, Rodeo Drive is a world-renowned shopping street worth visiting.
Contact: Located between Santa Monica Blvd. and Wilshire Blvd in Beverly Hills
Well-maintained and price-friendly, Dad Miller Golf Course has become a popular destination for players of all ages and abilities. The course features a lake with lovely trees surrounding the fairways and is easily walked. The new practice center is home to the Anaheim Golf Academy and offers chipping green and a night-lighted driving range. Dad Miller Golf Course is home to the Tiger Woods Learning Center and is the closest golf course to the Anaheim Convention Center and Disneyland Resort.
Book your room at Hotel Pepper Tree, and we will book your custom golf package tee time at Dad Miller Golf Course one month in advance! Play 18 holes from around $40 or practice your swing at the new driving range. Add Hotel Pepper Tree to your Southern California golf vacation.
Anaheim has fantastic local attractions and easy freeway commutes to other neighborhoods and beaches. For a more flexible and convenient stay in Anaheim, we strongly recommend renting a vehicle rather than relying on shuttles, taxis or public transport. Shuttle services are not free and can be frustrating when having to queue with the crowds and then stopping at other hotels before arriving home.
Vehicle hire is easy, affordable and allows you greater flexibility. You should find driving on the Southern California freeways relatively easy. You can hire a vehicle from $22 to $55 per day at www.carrentalexpress.com. Our front desk associates are happy to provide you with easy-to-follow directions to all our Anaheim attractions.
The following companies can be contacted to book your airport transfer or car hire:
ART (Anaheim Resort Transportation)
Goes to Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, Convention Center and more. Only $5.00 for an Adult Day Pass and $2.00 for a Child Day Pass. 1-888-364-ARTS.
Mickey’s Space Shuttle
Provides transportation to the Disneyland® Resort. $12 for up to 4 people. Call 1-866-Mickey1 or 714-Mickey-9.
John Wayne Airport: $10 per person. LAX Airport: $15 per person. Reservations: 1-800-200-6655.
John Wayne Airport: $10 per person. LAX Airport: $15 per person. Reservations: 1-800- 733-8267.
Airport Bus – 1-800-828-6699
Town Cars, Limos and Vans – 800-877-0788.
Coast 2 Coast Shuttles
Private limos/shuttles/sightseeing – 714-490-1177.
From $22 per day with unlimited mileage.