In our effort to provide the best family experience in Anaheim we are introducing our “Strive for 5” commitment to our Guests. Our mission is to provide a 5 star experience that you’ll want to share with your friends and family! Continue reading
With the Happiest Place on Earth right across the street from our hotel, it’s easy to forget that there are other things Anaheim has to offer. I recently had the chance to visit 300 Anaheim with our good friends from MouseWait, and was very impressed with the place. It’s located within the Anaheim GardenWalk entertainment area just a 10-minute walk from the HoJo. Sure, it’s a bowling alley, but they also have pool tables, casual dining, and a full bar! Not to mention the decor reminds me more of an upscale night-club than a bowling alley. Continue reading
Hello again! The always-changing Blue Sky Cellar has something new for you all. I still remember the day I was writing about the closing of Carnation Plaza Gardens, and now we are weeks away from revealing what will take its place. The Fantasy Faire is set to open it’s doors March 12, and I got the chance to take some photos of the preview center at the Blue Sky Cellar. Enjoy!
Happy January to all of our devoted HoJo Anaheim fans, friends and family out there!
We’re starting off the new year with something special for all of you this month! It’s a little like Disney’s “Limited Time Magic”, but our version will save you some money or offer some unique family benefits!
Happy New Year everyone! I had the chance to brave the parks during New Years Eve and had a blast! As expected, Disneyland was extremely busy, but surprisingly Disney California Adventure was manageable. I snapped a bunch of pictures so you guys can enjoy the parks and cringe at the massive amounts of people from the comfort of your own home.
This was the Esplanade area at around 4pm. It was empty, but there was masking tape on the ground just help manage the crowds later on that night. A lot of locals like to camp out here to get a decent view of the fireworks without going inside the parks: