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I stayed at this resort with my family during spring break. It was perfect for my kids and I. The pool area was very well kept and clean. The pools were nice and warm. I loved that they had so many options for hot tubs...More
Let me start by saying that the front desk staff were amazing. Aside from them though, this is by far the worst worldmark we have stayed in. Our stay started with the front doors that open out together and nearly smacked us in the face...More
We stayed twice (three of us) at Worldmark Anaheim in a period of 4 weeks. Melissa and the front Desk crew including the Lovely House manager were outstanding in their professionalism, posture and grace and their warm hearted smiles. This team with their humbleness and...More
Checked into Desert Palms down the street. Was given a ticket to 'spin the wheel' in the lobby upon check in. No one ever mentioned it was for a time share and there is nothing to indicate that it is. I spun the wheel and...More
We're local Long Beach residents who ran out for a quick overnight family bonding trip. Our son is moving up to Washington state so we spent some quality time. Our two bedroom unit was not available on a Sunday until 4:45pm which make it a...More
Hello, the resort does not have a shuttle service but the City of Anaheim has a transportation system at a minimum cost that you can purchase tickets from our lobby that can take you to and from Disneyland daily.
The two bedroom units I have slept in all did feature two bathrooms. However, not all of the two bedroom floorplans make the two bathrooms that comfortable to use. In once case, there was a hallway which featured the second... More
The two bedroom units I have slept in all did feature two bathrooms. However, not all of the two bedroom floorplans make the two bathrooms that comfortable to use. In once case, there was a hallway which featured the second bathroom directly across from the doorway to the second bedroom. In another case, there was no hallway, and the second bathroom was located a distance to the left of the second bedroom, where both exited directly into the main den room, offering less of a sense of privacy.