Hotel Pepper Tree in Anaheim Hotel Review

One of the most important things to do when visiting Disneyland, is deciding where to rest after playing at the park. Hotel Pepper Tree is a good choice.

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Hotel Pepper Tree Lobby
Hotel Pepper Tree Lobby

I have stayed at the Hotel Pepper Tree twice. In both cases, my determining factor is that they didn’t charge an arm and a leg just to park at the hotel. Bear in mind, I live in Las Vegas. When you stay in a hotel in Vegas, parking is free. In fact, even if you valet, it’s free as well. Just throw the valet attendant a $2-$5 tip and you’re set. So, when Southern California hotels tell me I have to pay for the privilege of parking on their property, it’s a bit disconcerting. Especially, when that charge is $15. Seriously?!

Hotel Pepper Tree Pool Area
Hotel Pepper Tree Pool Area

Anyway, lets talk about the things that I like about the Hotel Pepper Tree and a few of the things that I don’t like. Not every hotel can be perfect. 🙂

You can see some of the photos that I shot of my room and the surround property in the gallery below. All other photos on this post came from the Hotel Pepper Tree website.

Hotel Pepper Tree Pool Area Courtyard King Room
Hotel Pepper Tree Pool Area Courtyard King Room

Hotel Pros:

  • Free Wireless Internet
  • Proximity to Disneyland and Knott’s
  • Parking included, guest vehicle as well
  • 100% Smoke-Free Hotel
  • Very friendly and accommodating staff
  • Rustic/Funky boutique property

Hotel Cons:

  • Free Light Continental Breakfast is REALLY light
  • Walls and ceilings are thin. You can hear your neighbors
  • The light on the patio annoyingly stays on ALL night
  • Would prefer to see more upgrades while keeping rustic charm (i.e. mattress)

Overall, I would stay here again. My cons are based on the price paid, $100 per night, to what I got. Simple upgrades to the free continental breakfast and a way to turn off the light on the patio at night would be nice. Turning off the light may seem small, but if it’s 10 pm and I want to relax on my courtyard patio (which I’m paying extra for), I should be able to without a spotlight illumination on me. 🙂 I understand the hotel wanting a certain look to the building at night, but your guest should have an option to turn the light off.

About Hotel Pepper Tree

“Find the escape you’ve been waiting for at Hotel Pepper Tree. A three-time recipient of TripAdvisor’s Excellence Award, our independent property is one of the most affordable boutique hotels in Anaheim. Oversized Kitchen Suites, an on-site family restaurant and a healthy supermarket located right across the street make Hotel Pepper Tree an unbeatable destination for budget-minded visitors!

Start your day with a free light continental breakfast of muffins, fruit and coffee in our on-site café, then take a dip in our sparkling outdoor heated pool. Our flowery open-air courtyard is a perfect place to curl up with a good book, barbecue with friends or catch up on emails using our property-wide Wi-Fi.” – Hotel Pepper Tree Website

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