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Ayres Hotel Orange Review

By Kimberly Fidler 12/18/2018
 
Our Ayres Hotel Orange review will break down exactly what it's like to stay at this hotel near Disneyland. We will cover the rooms, amenities, dining and location of the Ayres Hotel Orange.
 

Ayres Hotel Orange Review Exterior

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Ayres Hotel Orange Review

The Ayres Hotel Orange is one of a handful of family owned and operated boutique hotels located in Southern California. Although the Ayres Hotel Orange has only been open a few short years, we have been partnered with its sister hotel, the ALO Hotel by Ayres for many years.

Our staff was recently able to stay at both the ALO and the nextdoor Ayres Hotel Orange. We can't wait to share our experiences with you in our Ayres Hotel Orange review. We'll share everything you need to know about the rooms, the location, the amenities and overall feel of the hotel. We hope it helps you decide if the Ayres Hotel Orange is right for your stay.

Ayres Hotel Orange Review - Rooms:

The rooms at the Ayres Hotel Orange could be taken straight from a spa resort. They were inspired by Bali and feel like a sanctuary. If you're looking for a peaceful night after a fun-filled day at Disneyland, this may be the hotel for you.

The rooms at the Ayres Hotel Orange come with either two queen beds or a king bed and a sofa bed. The highlight has to be the signature Ayres Celestial Sleeper beds. Our team has never had a more restful night of sleep. 

Ayres Hotel Orange Review Room

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In addition to comfortable bedding, the rooms feature a large workspace, a flat screen TV, an iHome station and more. There's also a microwave, mini fridge and seating area in each room. The bathrooms were totally modern, clean and spacious. It's safe to say that the guest rooms at the Ayres Hotel Orange are not what you would typically expect to find near Disneyland.

Ayres Hotel Orange Review - Amenities:

As soon as you walk into the lobby at the Ayres, you'll feel like you've entered a spa resort. There is a warm fireplace, beautiful artwork and plenty of seating where you'll actually want to hang out. The hotel also offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and a complimentary daily newspaper.

The Ayres Hotel Orange has a beautiful outdoor swimming pool and spa, which are both heated year-round. There is also an on-site fitness center and small gift shop. 

Ayres Hotel Orange Review Pool

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Ayres Hotel Orange Review - Dining:

One of our favorite amenities at the Ayres Hotel Orange is their complimentary breakfast. There is a wide variety of both hot and cold breakfast buffet items available. We should also mention that the breakfast room itself is quite lovely. There is a long, dark wood family style table for larger groups with smaller seating areas around. There's also patio seating available if you'd like to enjoy the Southern California weather. 

Although the Ayres Hotel Orange doesn't have an on-site restaurant, the ALO by Ayres Hotel is right next door and features one of the most popular Mexican restaurants in Orange County, Anepalco. There's also a Wendy's and Starbucks that are right in front of the hotel as well. 

Ayres Hotel Orange Review - Location:

If you read our ALO Hotel by Ayres review, you probably have a pretty good idea of where the Ayres Hotel Orange is located since they are right next door to eachother. But, in case you don't know, the Ayres Hotel Orange is about two miles from Disneyland. Most guests will take the ART shuttle that picks up at the hotel approximately every 30 minutes. However, a fair share of guests also will drive themselves or will Uber or Lyft over to the parks. So while this isn't one of the closest hotels near Disneyland, it has its perks!

Ayres Hotel Orange Review Disneyland

The Ayres Hotel Orange is also located just about a half mile from The Outlets at Orange. This is a giant outdoor shopping, dining and entertainment district. You'll find everything from casual to sit-down dining. Buffalo Wild Wings, Saddle Ranch Chop House, Rubio's Costal Grill, Jamba Juice and many more popular restaurants can be found here. You'll also find a number of high-end outlets like Nordstrom Rack, Saks OFF 5th, Bloomingdale's Outlet and a Neiman Marcus LastCall. If you're looking for something more casual, you'll find a Forever 21, PUMA, Hurley, Gap Outlet and so much more. There's also an AMC movie theater, Dave & Buster's and a Lucky Strike bowling alley. It's a destination in and of itself. 

Additionally, the Ayres Hotel Orange is right off of the I-5 Freeway. This makes getting to any nearby attractions a breeze. You're about 15 minutes to Knott's Berry Farm, or about 20 minutes to the beach. You're also in a convenient location to head south to LEGOLAND, SeaWorld or any other San Diego area attraction.

Ayres Hotel Orange Review - Booking:

If you'd like to book your stay at the Ayres Hotel Orange, you can find our Disneyand packages online. Or, you can call any of our travel experts for personalized assistance at 855-GET-AWAY. When you book your stay at the Ayres Hotel Orange with Get Away Today, you'll get the lowest price and the very best service. We love helping our guests find the perfect hotel for their stay. If this sounds like a hotel your family would enjoy, you'll want to book quickly, because it can sell out quickly. 

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Kimberly Fidler