Our Recommendations for Transport in Anaheim. Anaheim has fantastic local attractions and has easy freeway commutes to other neighborhood attractions 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 do cost and can be frustrating when having to queue with the crowds to wait for a bus and then stopping at other hotels before arriving home.Vehicle hire is easy, affordable and allows you greater flexibility. Pop back to the hotel for an afternoon rest , dine in the less expensive non Disney areas or explore more of the wonderful attractions that the area has to offer. You should find driving on the Southern California freeways relatively easy, even if you are use to driving on the left hand side of the road. You can hire a vehicle from $ 22-55 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. [Top]
For those guests that prefer not to drive , Anaheim Resort Transportation known as the ART (www.rideart.org) will pick you up one block away from the hotel and deliver you to Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm as well as to the resort area for Restaurants and Shopping including the Garden Walk of Anaheim, The Convention Center and more. You can also transfer to other routes and go as far as The Outlets Of Orange (formerly The Block of Orange).
Disneyland® Park. From the charm of Main Street, U.S.A. to the whimsy of 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. Visit www.disneyland.com.
Knott’s Berry Farm. 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. Take off like a shot on Silver Bullet, Knott's new suspended coaster that takes riders through six inversions. With world-class thrills and family fun, Knott’s fearures160 acres of wild rides, live shows and exciting family attractions. Visit www.knotts.com. [Top]
Honda Center of Anaheim. Formerly Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim, Honda Center is Southern California's premier entertainment and sports venue. Honda Center hosts first-class events throughout the year, including concerts, sporting events and family shows. The 650,000 square-foot arena is home to the NHL’s Ducks of Anaheim, the NLL Anaheim Storm and the John R. Wooden Classic. Annual events include the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Disney on Ice, and the Harlem Globetrotters. Experience the excitement of Southern California hockey as the mighty Anaheim Ducks take flight on the ice at the Honda Center from September through April. Visit www.arrowheadpond.com. [Top]
Dad Miller Golf Course. Only 200 yards from the Hotel Peppertree, the home of the Tiger Woods Learning Center and Tiger’s home course as a young hackeer, Anaheim’s Dad Miller Golf Course is a beautiful18-hole championship course known for its flat terrain and mature trees. Perfect for those who enjoy walking and laid-back golfing, the 6,025 yard, par 71 course features a lake, lovely trees surrounding the fairways and Bermuda grass. The new practice center is home to the Anaheim Golf Academy and offers a chipping green, a night-lighted driving range open every night until 10 pm, and professional instruction. After a round of golf, kick back at the snack bar, restaurant or cocktail lounge. Opened in 1963, Dad Miller was named after a golfing pioneer in Anaheim named “Dad” Miller made a hole-in-one at the age of 93 on the 11th green. Call (714) 765-GOLF. [Top]
Orange County Fair & Exposition Center. The Orange County Fair & Exposition Center provides educational, entertainment and recreational opportunities for the public and preserves the heritage of California agriculture. Don't miss the annual Orange County Fair, Centennial Farm, The Ranch, Youth Expo and more than 100 events throughout the year. Visit www.ocfair.com. [Top]
Bowers Museum of Cultural Art. One of Southern California's finest museums and Orange County's largest, the Bowers Museum is one of the only museums in the country devoted to promoting human understanding through art. Bowers presents world-class exhibitions and preserves collections of cultural art for future generations. Permanent collections include paintings by California artists from 1875 and 1955, tribal art, Native American art and artifacts, Pre-Columbian art from Mexico, Central and South America, and a series of galleries that illustrate the rich, colorful and diverse history of the people who settled the West and Orange County. Visit www.bowers.org. [Top]
Discovery Science Center. Children and adults will have fun interacting with more than 120 hands-on exhibits, participating in live science shows, and experiencing a 3-D laser show. Discovery Science Center offers family and teacher workshops, fieldstrips, and after-hours functions. Enjoy the fun of discovery! Call (714) 542-2823 .
Mission San Juan Capistrano. Home of the swallows and “the jewel of the California Missions,” Mission San Juan Capistrano, the 7th mission and birthplace of Orange County, was founded in 1776 and named for St. John of Capistrano, Italy, a 14th century theologian. The Mission stands as a monument to California's multi-cultural history, embracing its Native American, Spanish, Mexican and European heritage. Hear century old bells as you walk down time worn paths. Enjoy serenity amid the 10 acres of lush gardens and cool fountains, cloistered by old adobe walls that share an interesting past. Visit the Serra Chapel – the oldest church in California. Visit www.missionsjc.com. [Top]
Universal Studios Hollywood/City Walk. Experience the glamour, action and entertainment of Hollywood movies at the world’s largest motion picture and TV studio and LA theme park. Enjoy the thrills, magic, stunts and special effects when you take part in your favorite blockbuster movies and get a backlot view of the film and TV industry and stars of Hollywood. Finish your day at LA's coolest restaurants, clubs and nightspots at the exciting Universal CityWalk. Visit www.universalstudios.com. [Top]
Anaheim Convention Center. 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 blends into a spectacular curving glass wall facade. Visit www.anaheimconventioncenter.com. [Top]
2375 West Lincoln Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92801
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