Anaheim Cheap Hotels in Anaheim

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When to visit based on price

Overall the best time to visit the city of Anaheim is between September and October and March through May. When school is out, or during summer months, expect heavy tourist numbers.

Key Attractions

By far the most popular attraction in Anaheim is Disneyland, with a close second being Universal Studios. You can easily spend days ate each of these theme parks, and still not see it all. Purchasing your entry tickets ahead of time on the Internet can save you up to $50 per person. Try to arrive when gates open in the morning and plan your favorite attraction as first stop to beat the crowds.
While there ask about the “Fast Pass” where you get a stamped ticket at entrance of attraction, and return at a specific time for easy entrance.

Another new attraction on the top of many lists is the Flightdeck Flight Simulation Center. You can sit at the controls of a fighter jet or Boeing 737 and actually experience what its like to fly.
Knott’s Berry Farm is another great and popular attraction, with fun for the entire family.

Having Fun

If you haven’t had your limit of fun at Disneyland and Universal Studios, then why not jump on one of the double decker bus tours of the stars? If the stars aren’t of interest to you, there are other tours available like crime and food tours.

If you’re in need of a gym, and somewhere to burn off the kid’s energy, look no further than the Sky Zone Anaheim Indoor Trampoline Park. This indoor trampoline park has massive trampolines, a complete gym, and 3D dodge ball, foam pits and more. There’s also an adult lounge for your relaxation while the children play.

Shopping

Take drive or public transportation to Hollywood, and shop where the stars shop on the boulevard.
Closer to Anaheim, there are no shortages of shopping malls, from Anaheim Plaza and the Anaheim Indoor Marketplace, to the Downtown Disney Shops in Disneyland.

Nearby

If you’re in to a daytrip, San Diego is well within your reach. Just spending a day in downtown San Diego is an adventure with Seaport Village, the boardwalk, and over 200 restaurants in “Gaslamp Quarter”. Also on the waterfront is the historic aircraft carrier, U.S.S. Midway open to the public for tours. Put a headset on and get an audio tour of the entire carrier.

San Diego is also world famous for their two zoo’s, the San Diego Zoo down town, as well as the Wild Animal Park outside of town. Each is fantastic on their own, and will take you a day to see, but if you have the time to visit both, it’s worth the time.

Hilton Anaheim



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$114

Four Points by Sheraton Anaheim



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$109

Travelodge by Wyndham Anaheim Convention Center



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$81

Lemon Tree Hotel & Suites Anaheim



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$69

Castle Inn and Suites



Starting From

$159

Hotel Pepper Tree Boutique Kitchen Studios - Anaheim



Starting From

$99

Ramada by Wyndham Anaheim Maingate North



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$109

Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel



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$109

Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham Anaheim At Disneyland Park



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$88

Comfort Inn Anaheim Resort



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$88

Cortona Inn & Suites Anaheim Resort



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$79