Great Wolf Lodge Anaheim
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- All stays include daily passes to the indoor water park; access starts 1 p.m. on check-in day and lasts all day after check-out
- A “4-D” theater experience, mini golf, bowling and a kid’s spa
- Spacious suites fit 4-8; some themed with tents and caves
- Seven restaurants serve a wide range of dining options from farm-fresh breakfasts to wood-fired grilled items
It's always a balmy 84 degrees at the Great Wolf Lodge's indoor water park, where aquatic fun for all ages stretches over 105,000 square feet of thrilling water slides, bodyboarding, lazy river, water-soaked tree house, and Cub Paw Pool for the littlest visitors. The water park is exclusively reserved for guests, and all stays include daily passes (number of passes varies by room type; see "Policies & Fees").
Other activities fit everyone from toddlers to teens: there's a high-tech treasure hunt, glow-in-the-dark mini golf, a "4-D" movie theater, and story time with costumed characters. Grown-ups can retreat to the fitness center while kids get treated at an ice cream-themed spa.
Picky palates have diverse dining options, ranging from steak and seafood dinners to poolside burgers. Order a take-out pizza for a private family meal in the room or satisfy sugar cravings with freshly baked pastries, ice cream and homemade fudge from the sweets shop.
Spacious suites sleep 4-8 people, some with separate living areas, fireplaces and whirlpool tubs. Theme rooms offer “tented” bunk beds, in-suite caves or miniature log cabins for children.