Refirbished, but not upscale.
Rated as a 4 Star Hotel, it should rate more of a three and a half star overall. Having stayed there last weekend, I noted that the bathrooms were very crampt, if not well furnished, and the rooms were very bare in additional amenities. Although there is an in room mini-fridge, ample electrical outlets, in room safe, and a very fine bed . . . that is where the outstanding parts of the room stop. Everything else appears to be very run of the mill afair for a hotel room. One large chair, a work chair, a desk, and a dresser.
Also within the hotel are two restaurants. One a themed restaurant only openned for dinner, and a breakfast/lunch afair called Mollys. Whatever you do, avoid it. Overpriced, poor service, and mediocre choices on entrees.
For Over $170/night on weeknights . . . you can get more for less elsewhere . . . but you play to the proximity to Disneyland.
A business-class high-rise next to the Anaheim Convention Center.. The Scene This large hotel's somewhat bland atmosphere and great location just a block from the Anaheim Convention Center make it clear who stays here--no-nonsense travelers in town to get a job done. It attracts a large number of conventioneers, although a few Disney tourists do straggle in.
The Details It would be nice to say the in-room Sony Playstations are for the kids, but they tend to be used by workaholics taking a break from their heavy workloads. For those guests who won't have time to hit the Magic Kingdom, some rooms offer private balconies overlooking the famous ten o'clock Disneyland fireworks show and Sleeping Beauty's Castle. The hotel prides itself on its full-service business center, as well as pedestrian access to the soaring convention center.