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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.

Renovated in 2005, this hotel comprises a 14-storey main tower and 2 11-storey neighbouring tower with 990 rooms. Located at the Disneyland� Resort, you can easily access the theme park or enjoy a playground, Jungle Cruise boats and a Never Land themed 5000 square foot pool area for kids at the hotel. Facilities at the Disneyland� Hotel include 2 cosy bars and 3 various themed restaurants, a number of lounges and a games room. 

Location: Located adjacent to the Downtown Disney� District.

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  • stefan h : Melbourne, Australia
great memories

We stayed in Frontier Tower and we were really happy because we got a view of the waterpark and it was amazing. It has great service and you get your one souvenir room key and the adults can use there key to be a credit card. It was one of the best hotels.

  • DHG : Boston
We Loved the Disneyland Hotel!

Jeff B has already written THE definitive review of the Disneyland Hotel (see below and take notes) .....well done Jeff! I won't repeat. However, the Disneyland Hotel is the perfect choice for a Disneyland vacation. You just can't get more conveniently close to the action, yet it's a thoroughly relaxing, comfortable, clean, amenities-full hotel with a staff that is friendly, responsive, efficient and accommodating.Contrary to what happens in many large theme park hotels, our room was cleaned and replenished every morning without fail and always ready for our return.As runners in the Pixie Dust Challenge we could not believe how convenient this hotel was for the 5:30 am start of the races; nor how great it was to be back at our hotel within minutes to change. En route to our room, we spotted two beautiful flower-laden gazebos on the property, so we quickly snapped some "selfie" photos with our new medals!! After the Half Marathon, we had our favorite meal of the entire vacation at the Disneyland Hotel's Afternoon Tea. We were celebrating completion of the 19.3 mile Pixie Dust Challenge, my birthday, and Mother's Day....whoa!!! ....and I have to say that the Afternoon Tea rose to the occasion! The service was impeccable and the food was incredible! (We wish that we had booked the Hotel's Steakhouse for dinner.) I think that a hotel's restaurant often speaks volumes about the over all quality of the establishment and this was definitely a 5* meal! Even if one isn't celebrating anything, I would recommend the Afternoon Tea as a lovely mid-day respite from the Parks.The early Park admission for hotel guests is a real bonus. Having spent two mornings at the races, the early admission gave us the opportunity to do a lot of rides that we otherwise might have missed due to limited time. The fitness center was a great convenience. With the multiple swimming pools, spa, fitness center,lush gardens, restaurants, bars, and convenience shops...I am frankly surprised that this hotel doesn't carry a five star should. True, it is an older establishment, but one has to appreciate the Hotel's history in the whole Walt Disney journey that has touched so many lives and families.

  • ski2pla : Sacramento
So convenient to the parks

We stayed in the Adventure wing, which is the closest to the park entrance of the four buildings. The room was very comfortable, though pricey. We were glad to be close by when the kids got tired though. There was adequate room in the bathroom for toiletries, the bed was very comfortable. We had a view of the pool so we could not see the fireworks from our room. The kids loved the pool- there were several lifeguards available too so there was no rough housing at the pool.

  • Jeff B :
A Stay at the Magic Kingdom

If you're a big Disney fan, and I'm guessing you are, since you've read this far; A stay at the Disneyland Hotel is a must. At least once in your life.Plan your visit wisely, though, since there are some perks in the hotel, and definitely perks for staying at the hotel.We stayed in a King room in the Frontier Tower. It's at the 'back' of the property, but it doesn't feel like it. From the front of the Fantasy tower, which is the main building, you go straight through the lobby to the courtyard, then keep walking; either left past the Adventure Tower and Trader Sams (more about that later) or right past the coffee shop, where you can buy Dole Whip, with rum. Yes! With Rum! But only until 4:00pm, so you may have to start your day with this delight.Here's some of the perks:- Disney Character wake up calls. Get your kids (or your inner child) to answer the phone in the morning. It's so much fun to have Goofy call your room and tell you it's time to get up.- Early Entry to the parks. Yes, before all the rest of the paying public get to go in!! You wanted that short line for Soarin' or Space Mountain? Maybe you don't want to wait 4 hours to get on Guardians of the Galaxy; Mission Breakout? Seriously. If you stay at a Disney hotel and don't take advantage of the early entry, you're nuts.- Special Entry point through the Grande Californian, into California Adventure. Seriously, you enter right near Grizzly River Run. On a warm morning, straight onto this wild water ride, and you've got more than enough time to dry off for the rest of the day.- Your purchases delivered right to your room. Honest to goodness! You're in the park to have fun and maybe buy some souvenirs. You're not there to lug stupid heavy bags of expensive and possibly fragile merch around the park. Buy it, show your room card, then get back to riding for crying out loud.- Nap Time! You can take the monorail from Tomorrow land, back to near the Rainforest Cafe, then a short walk to the hotel. The park gets hot and busy in the middle of the afternoon. Go in for the early Magic Hour, ride until a little after lunch, then zip back to the hotel for a nap, maybe a splash in their awesome pool. Have dinner in Downtown Disney (seriously, you're on holiday; forget about the diet for a couple hours).Then, back into the park for evening parades, Phantasia, World of Color (it pains me to spell it that way) and fireworks. How do you do a better day at Disney?One of the mornings, or late evening (if you're not burdened with small humans that the law requires you care for, go to Trader Sams. It's in the courtyard of the hotel. You remember that Dole Whip with Rum? Guess what, you can do that before breakfast, walk over to Trader Sams and have a beer with your breakfast. Seriously, don't judge; it's holidays and you only have to walk to Disneyland from here, so you're good with a couple wobbly pops to start the day. Come back one evening and sit out on the veranda and enjoy their appetizers and fancy drinks. you won't regret it. Well, unless you neglect to take into account that some of the fancy drinks are 3+ ounces of alcohol and you end up passed out over the edge of your bathtub, mildly poisoned and feeling like Donald Duck was giving you gut punches for 45 minutes at 2:00 am. But I digress.You're probably thinking: it's expensive. You're right. But, it's not like you're going to do this as a regular thing. Maybe an anniversary, a special birthday or graduation from some institute of higher learning. Or, maybe, like us, you attended Pearls in the Park (pssst. Look that up. It's a bunch of Disney fans at a evening dress up (like fancy dress, not costumes) in the Rose Garden in the courtyard of the hotel. They got us a group discount on the hotel. It's a good deal.But seriously, stay here at least once. Make sure you can spend some time in the room, on the grounds and walking downtown Disney. I really don't think you'll regret it.The hotels are wonderfully clean. The staff is all super nice, polite and helpful. The rooms are spacious and the little touches are a lot of fun. Think LED fireworks headboard that plays music. Yeah, I went there.Look at some pictures from our trip. Don't worry, there's none of me passed out in the bathroom. I made sure my wife deleted those. The internet just isn't ready for that kind of visual assault.

  • morrist17 : Shoreview, Minnesota
Great Family Time

In March, 2017 my husband and I took our daughter, son-in-law and two kids, ages 7 and 4 to Disneyland. We stayed at the Disneyland Hotel. We stayed in a one bedroom suite with two queen beds and a pull out couch. My daughter and her family stayed in the bedroom and my husband and I slept on the pull out couch. I must say I wasn't too excited to sleep on the pull out couch but It was pretty comfy. it had a memory foam mattress. I woke up with no pain. Yeah!!. It was the perfect place to say for our two nights. The room was clean and the location was close enough to walk to the park. I wish we could have stayed longer because the pool looked amazing but it was expensive. Two nights and then we were off to San Diego. I would defiantly stay again. I would suggest that if you are staying more than two nights with six people you might want a larger room.

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  • 990 rooms
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  • Bars
  • Pools
  • Gym
  • 24 hr Reception
  • Shops
  • Laundry service
  • Room service
  • Game room
  • Business Center
  • Conference Facilities
  • Money Exchange
  • Car park

Standard Room includes:

  • King bed or two Queen beds
  • Shower
  • Hairdryer
  • Bathroom
  • Internet access
  • Minibar
  • Fridge
  • Satellite / cable TV 
  • High speed internet access
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Radio
  • Air-conditioned
  • Iron and board
  • In-room safe

Early Booking Bonus - This hotel may offer early booking bonuses at certain times of the year. If early booking bonuses apply to your vacation, prices shown online have already been adjusted accordingly. Please inquire for complete details.

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    Anaheim,United States

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Disneyland Hotel
1150 West Magic Way, Anaheim, CA 92802-2297

Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.

Child pricing may only be available with select tour operators and valid for select dates and durations. Child pricing rules are subject to change without notice. Please contact one of our vacation specialists if you require assistance with child pricing.

Photo identification and/or credit card or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges.

Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy. Rollaway beds and cribs (infant beds) may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.

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