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The first Disneyland hotel, this original dates back to when Disneyland first opened over 50 years ago. Located right next to Downtown and all the action. The Never Land theme pool is great for kids. This hotel is undergoing renovations which will go on until 2012, so might be a good idea to check before hand and make sure they will not interfere with any facilities you may want to use.
There are a lot of places to stay around the Disneyland Resort area, especially the hotels/motels that are along Harbor Drive, Katella Ave, and the surrounding Anaheim area. The Disneyland Hotel is the ultimate place to stay for nostalgia, magic, and memories. The Disneyland Hotel stands out from the rest of the lodging options offered in the local area, as quietness, cleanliness, and hotel amenities are among the reasons to stay here. It's one of the few hotels that truly have a luxury hotel feel offered throughout the room and the facilities. Don't forget about the coveted early magic hour that's offered in both parks exclusively for those who are staying in either Disneyland Hotel, Paradise Pier, or the Grand Californian. Although very pricey to stay here, there are ways to lower the price, including use of a military discount, AAA card, booking through a travel agency, or simply making a reservation directly through the hotel and specifically requesting a room with a cheaper view (Note: All rooms are the same unless you request two queen or one king, or you are reserving the exclusive Disneyland Suite themed rooms on the top floor.). Room was clean, spacious, and roomy. We had a corner room which was neat for the extra view from another angle but I wish the window was a little bigger. Otherwise the pool view was okay. Check out the free tour of the hotel, which offers history of the hotel property/lands Walt Disney acquired.Pool was great to visit when the parks are crowded, take advantage of the heat too. Parking is $20/day, unless you want to valet for $30/day. Security for the theme parks has changed locations. The prior location was the immediate entrance into the parks. Security is now located near the entrance to Downtown Disney, which will effect those entering from Paradise Pier/Disneyland Hotel. Other security area that is new is security just outside of parking from the Disneyland Garage. Security is still the same when entering from Harbor Drive.
I stayed at the Disneyland Hotel for four nights in November for the (last) Disneyland Super Hero's Half Marathon Weekend. This is a great hotel to stay at if you are participating in Disneyland races (which are currently on hiatus) as the start line and finish line are basically outside your door. It's also a great hotel also if you are visiting the parks as it took me 10 minutes to get to my room after exiting Disneyland. (Note: they haven't begun construction on the new hotel so I cannot comment how that will affect a visit to this resort in the near future).I had a king bed room in the Adventure Tower on the sixth floor. The view was great. The room had a decent sized bathroom (considering the age of the hotel) and a mini fridge which I used to store the water I purchased from Amazon Prime Now. I've stayed at the Disneyland Hotel before in a room with two queens, and I can say that the king room is smaller, however given there was only one bed (and I was a solo traveler), it didn't seem cramped and I didn't have any complaints.Housekeeping came every day with no issues and left my room clean. I had bathrobes but no turn down service was provided. The hallways and lobbies were clean and well maintained.I ate at the quick service restaurant twice and had two decent meals there given the price paid. I did not go to any of the sit down restaurants but have heard good things. The line for Trader Sams was out the door during the weekend but seemed manageable on the weekdays.My only complaint is the lobby of this hotel. There are three different buildings and each building has a small lobby and the Fantasy Tower has a larger lobby with the check in area and stores. However, the main lobby isn't 'grand' or someplace I would want to spend my time. I actually spent some time in the Grand Californian's lobby and had a lovely time listening to the music and having some drinks (they have servers who come around). While the Grand Californian was about 200 more a night (about 800 for the trip which is why I chose to stay at the Disneyland Hotel instead), the Disneyland Hotel isn't cheap by any means, which is why I would have enjoyed a more grandiose lobby. (Note: WDW Deluxe properties often have nice lobbies - not just the Grand Floridian and even the Hilton Anaheim has a nice lobby). This however wouldn't prevent me from staying here on a return visit to the Disneyland Resort, especially if the Grand Cali was 200 more a night.With the Disneyland races on hiatus due to the upcoming construction, I don't see myself returning to Disneyland in the near future (especially coming from the East Coast), but I am glad I had this trip in this hotel as a memory to cherish for the future.
This is a place for families with a dozen rug rats. Unfortunately I had to stay here for business meetings. The restaurant has 6 tables and very limited menu, the bar has 5 barstools and closes at 10. You are a 2 block walk to get out of this Disneyhell. This is a perfect place to stay if you are taking your kids to the Magic Kingdom. This is a business traveler's nightmare.
Stayed in this hotel for one night 5 November 2017. The room was very nice looking but aside the 3 Disney things in the room I would never guessed it was a Disney hotel it was clean, Pool area was very nice heated water and plenty of places to sit. The hot tub was nice after a long day. The staff was great checking in and out no problems. We paid for the club level which means food drinks and etc through out the day. The breakfast was good lots of stuff. However after the morning stuff was taken away the rest of the afternoon and evening food was not. we went several times thinking it would get better it was not they had to small desert trays that went so fast by the time we were able to get to the plates that meant there was never any food. A few time nothing at all was out 1/2 into the open time for deserts and meal times. Drinks were good just no food. I took pictures but am not going to post. The hotel was great just the club level not so much. The staff at the club level desk was very rude and no help at all ever. We are Disney everything we go to the parks a lot even DVC members as well. The parking in the hotel is also not free as it is in the Disneyworld parks in FL. I would stay here again just I will not pay for club level.
We stayed at the Disneyland hotel Frontier Tower in room 2780 from November 3rd thru November 10th. We requested an ADA room with a roll in shower and 2 queen beds. The room was nice but nothing special. To be honest I didn't "feel" the magic 😓. We paid for a premium view. We were on the 9th floor and had a slight view of the fireworks and a good view of the pools. We also had excellent handicapped parking right outside the lobby door. The rooms are kind of dull, small fridge, nice tv, 3 dresser drawers and a small closet. The bath towels are huge and they do have 2 guest robes. Nice desk and chair. Strange thing we never saw anyone except housekeeping. The main floor has some sofas and chairs but NO guest services. Apparently the Fantasy Tower has a small gift shop and store along with hotel staff. It is also closest to the monorail. However no ADA rooms except one with the view of the Mickey and Me parking structure. We would also have had to pay $30 daily for valet parking. We did pay $20 daily for self parking. I was expecting to feel the magic of Disney. I don't think my kids even realized we we're at the Disneyland hotel. It was still quite a walk to the security entrance. Not horrible mind you but more than I expected. They have guest laundry but it was in a separate building away from the hotel rooms so not really convient. Not much Disney decor and overall no pizazz. The room was much smaller and very dated compared to the Marriott Courtyard. No one to greet you as you came and went each day. They had a pop machine in the hallway with cold water and pop. $3.25 a bottle. Room service was $$$ so we passed. We chose to stay here for the proximity to the park and to experience the magic. Disappointed on both fronts. The Courtyard Marriott was twice as nice and cheaper. Rooms are larger with twice the closet and dresser space. Much newer/nicer bathrooms and you get kuerig coffee makers, fridge, microwave and small table/booth to eat at. Wonderful gift shop/store and balcony's so you can let in cool/fresh air. Disney has neglected to make their hotel very welcoming for most of the guests. Kind of felt like we were parked out back and forgotten.
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- 990 rooms
- 24 hr Reception
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- Car park
Standard Room includes:
- King bed or two Queen beds
- Internet access
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Disneyland HotelAnaheim,United States
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1150 West Magic Way, Anaheim, CA 92802-2297
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