The proximity to the park is the best thing about this hotel. We had a weird room (372) that seemed to have a locked door to a storage room attached to it. We never seemed to be able to get the temperature right and the air made us both feel very dry. We didn’t have bedside table lamps, only overhead lights which was a pain at night time. However, if you’re just looking for a place to sleep that’s super close to the park, this will do just fine.
The Tropicana is the perfect hotel for a Disneyland trip. It is a basic hotel but it does the job. Rooms are a little small but updated and clean. The staff were all very friendly and accommodating. I had requested an early check in, top floor and room close to Harbour Blvd. All of which was met. The little store has everything you may have forgotten at home. The proximity to the parks can't be beat!
You can’t beat the Tropicana for location. The accommodations are fine, nothing special, but they are clean. Our room had an unpleasant musty smell we tried to mask with a scented candle, with some success. Otherwise no complaints. The hot tub was nice to hit for our “siesta” — it was so nice in general to pop back to the room late afternoon to refresh and regroup, then return to the park in the evening. Staff were all great, friendly, and the coffee shop on-site was perfect for getting a latte and a muffin for breakfast.
Can’t beat the Tropicana location for Disney visitors! Disney is literally across the street and after a day/night of a lot of walking it’s sooooo nice to be right there! The staff was great throughout our stay. The room was basic but all you really need and it was clean. We had a unit with a kitchen and should have asked more questions, we wouldn’t recommend Tropicana If you wanted a fully functional kitchen. The kitchen fridge was a mini fridge with a freezer that couldn’t accommodate a pizza, the fridge being mini was too small to hold 4 days of food even when used with the mini fridge in the room itself. The supplies lacked things like a drain board and common kitchen utensils. The stovetop worked ok but the oven took 45 minutes to cook something that should have taken 20 minutes. The table and chairs were literally a table and chairs in a kitchen, not a lot of room for someone cooking or to sit around a table to eat and relax. For the additional cost of a room with a kitchen, not worth it in our opinion and not a useable space if you needed what we did, a fully functional kitchen.…
This is a well maintained hotel located within walking distance and across the street to Disneyland. The reception and customer service was impeccable. The room was beautiful with a microwave and refrigerator as well as other amenities. I realized four days after I left I was missing two of my favorite rings. Called the hotel and they immediately searched the room and found them. They then immediately called and we were able to retrieve those treasures. I am in their debt for their kindness and willingness to solve this problem. My Mother's Ring is back where it belongs thanks to these delightful people.
I checked in Sept 22nd around 2pm and my room was ready. It was very clean, the beds were comfy and the price was perfect. The hotel staff was very friendly and there is a little convenience store on site. The pool and spa were very clean and lots of open chairs. I felt very safe there. This hotel is maybe 50 feet from the stoplight where you cross to go to the entrance of the park. I would absolutely stay here again.
We stayed in 3 rooms for 10 nights. ☆PROS: Proximity to the park can't be beat. Queen beds were very comfortable. Sink outside the bathroom with ample counter space. Helpful staff. Pool nice and deep, kids had a blast. On site store super handy and well stocked. Coffee shop open until 11am. Laundry facilities. Chair bed comfy enough, but for youth (not adults). ☆CONS: Rooms on the smaller side. A/C in one of the rooms was so noisy, thank goodness for ear plugs. There isn't enough shade at the pool, only 2 umbrellas that aren't moveable. The sink emanated a sewage smell, staff dumped something down the sink to help but only made a difference for 24 hours. The bathroom door in the ADA room stuck really bad and was VERY hard to open and close. ☆Housekeeping I think housekeeping frequency is a universal concern right now, but they had someone pop in daily to fresh the towels and empty garbages, which we really appreciated. Full housekeeping on Days 3 and 12. Day 12 is a bit long to wait, in my opinion. We requested a linen change on a non-housekeeping day and they obliged. The room was clean and updated during covid closures. ☆Overall We would definitely consider staying here in future, hopefully they can work on getting more pool shade and the sink issues.…
Yep, I’m here at the Tropicana again (3 night stay) but this time, randomly scored one of the Balcony Rooms. The one time I came by myself but def not mad about it lol. As usual, the Tropicana Inn & Suites has it all for me-location right at the entrance of Disneyland, a mini mart steps away from the room, GOOD AIR CONDITIONING (so hot in August), great sheets & bed, microwave, mini fridge and this time, BALCONY. The water pressure was a little sporadic this time but not a huge deal. Love the new remodeled wallpaper with a palm tree motif to match the tropical vibe. The price per night is reasonable, you can park right next to your room like all motels did back in the day and after a long Disney day, you will LOVE being so close to your hotel. Oh, did I mention the awesome pool? Enjoy!!…
On arrival it looks like an old fashioned motor court motel. As long as the room was clean. We were fine. But… Staff was amazing. Check in (hours early) Room was nicely decorated Bed was comfortable All in all a great stay. It’s on the spendy side, but it is directly across from Disneyland so worth it.
So happy to have chosen this hotel! Location is EVERYTHING! Rooms clean and comfy and we forgot and IPad and my kids favs toys and they sent us in a bag everything! Thanks YOU!!! Luis and Avie thank you!!!