This place is a typical 3* hotel - not awful but not spectacular. The thing that stands out about this hotel, however, is the poor treatment we received from the staff. The front desk staff neglected to give me a parking pass, even though I told them I had a car and asked where to park. I didn't find out that I needed a "pass" until I was trying to leave the lot and the attendant tried to charge me the full rate for parking. Also, perhaps because some baseball teams stay here during the season, the hotel employs what can only be described as an overzealous security staff, one of whom targetted our group and twice threatened to "kick us out" of the hotel. I could get into specifics, but suffice it to say, we are all well-behaved professionals in our 30s and were not doing anything to deserve such treatment. My complaints fell on deaf ears. As a consequence of those encounters, I can say with a fair amount of certainty that I will avoid this place at all costs in the future. With that caveat, so long as you don't make eye contact with the belligerent security staff, the hotel is good because it has a Disneyland shuttle and is a hop-skip-and-a-jump from the Big A (or whatever it's called these days). I was, however, unimpressed with the rooms - the carpet was worn, the bathroom was small and the t.v. had seen better days. Also, I think it's ridiculous that parking is $8/day for guests, even though the hotel is surrounded by empty shopping center parking lots.