The Anza Hotel Experience-Calabasas


At the end of our trip, we decided to get some quality time and relaxation away from the city, tours and places to visit. We just wanted to relax, breath healthy air and enjoy our free time doing nothing. We thought why not Calabasas? It’s a luxurious city, many celebrities reside in it and it’s so healthy that you won’t see anything with plastic in it 😀

We booked 5 nights in The Anza Hotel, which is the best one in town. The hotel looked really good, though it was small but everything was brand new and clean. What we didn’t like was their service. They rarely changed the towels, we had to call them more than once to ask for clean towels. And they charged us $10 parking per day, why not offer free parking spaces for your residence? Our hotel in Anaheim did that and so Aria Hotel in Las Vegas. That made us frustrated because the rate per night wasn’t cheap at all.

I can’t say that I didn’t enjoy it, I did and the room was very spacious. I enjoyed waking up in the morning, preparing breakfast for husband and I and watching the cars pass by on the highway.







Categories: Food, Hotel, Los Angeles, Vacation | 6 Comments

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6 thoughts on “The Anza Hotel Experience-Calabasas

  1. socalwalkingphotography

    I drive by here regularly, interesting to see inside.

  2. mr

    go to sri lanka there is all green and fresh air not staying in empty hotel

    • This is not an empty hotel and it was for our relaxation after we spent almost 1 month touring the country.

      Sri Lanka is on our list!

  3. Looks like another great place to visit. Really liking the hotel interior. The book-bagel-mac combo is killer!! 3ajeeb!

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