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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.
Upon entry to the hotel lobby, I was expecting something iconic and extravagant. We have stayed at many Disney hotels in Florida and the hotel lobby's are always beautiful and the cast members are there to greet you, but we didn't find that welcoming entry here. Our room was nice. I liked that the toilet area had its own door so someone could use the toilet while someone else was showering. It was so quiet. We never heard anyone in the hallways or in the rooms around us. That was amazing since people are coming and going at all hours. Beds were comfortable. We had two queens and a daybed in the room and it was perfect. Bedding and towels were great quality. So comfortable! Even the shampoo and conditioner were great. My daughter enjoyed watching the princess bed time stories at night. We ran in to Goofy walking through the lobby of the hotel three different times. Restaurants were great. The pool was nice. Water is heated. Kids loved the water slides. The fitness center was well appointed. The fitness center restroom even has free feminine products in the bathroom. The grounds are nice. Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki bar was fun to go to for a drink. The hotel is really convenient for a quick walk to Downtown Disney, the monorail to gain access to Disneyland park, or cutting through the Grand CA hotel to get to California Adventure. This hotel is expensive and I was surprised to see that they charged for parking. The extra magic hour in the morning and the location convenience of the hotel made it worth it. One morning we went to CA Grand for the Get up and Go - 6am 2 mile fast paced walk (no kids) through CA Adventure park. Love the Disney hotel perks.
OK, it seems sort of unAmerican to "dis on Disney" but this place was just OK. I was a bit disappointed, actually. Sure, it's a convenient walk to the parks; sure, it has historical value; sure; it was visionary at the time (but that was 50+ years ago). Now it's just an OK hotel. Consists of 4 towers (I was in frontier, which is farthest away from check-in, the convention center, etc. If you want anything, like sundries, snacks, etc, you have to walk back up to the main tower. We arrive very late night so there was not a crowd. Still, we waited about 10 min before we could check in. The front desk person we worked with did not exactly seem thrilled to be there sort of had a "forced happy face." The rooms were clean but not particularly roomy. There was a central pool inside the "quad" that was OK but insufficient lounging chairs and slow bar service. I would put it on par with maybe one of the budget hotels at Disneyworld. But....."check" now I've been there, done that. Will not stay there again.
The Disneyland Hotel whisks you away from the outside world and transports you to a magical place. I stayed in the Adventureland tower with Club-Level service with my family. The Club level is great because it has free snacks, drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), and a great view of the fireworks with the music piped in.The property itself as some pretty good restaurants and lounges. I ate at Goofy’s kitchen, which is really good with little kids. I would’ve really like to have tried the slide and the pool if it wasn’t so cold. The room itself was spacious. Pretty quiet. I had a good night sleep there. I don’t think there was anything special other than the head board that plays a musical box of “When you Wish Upon a Star”. It had a mini fridge and a standard flat screen TV. The duel sink in the bathroom was kinda nice. At least they provided a robeWas it worth it? It’s hard to tell because for the same amount, you could get a 2 bedroom suite across the street that’s closer to Disneyland for twice the length. You stay because of the Disney experience.
ok so location, location, location thats all I can say really. it was nice walk everyday to the park, I can say its the easier when you come with kids because you can do quick round trips for naps without walking miles long.the room was basic, the headboard was loved by the kids of course. not movies available like I thought, for the price I would imagine it would be round clock Disney movies for evening but no. it was pretty noisy as there is a lot of in and out from people to their rooms.we did ask for some milk at room service and snacks in evening and were told it was a 45 miss wait minimum so maybe the hotel could catch on for room service to measure to the size of the hotel, we met another family that were told there food would come within an hour at least. and it was a Thursday so I dont even imagine on a weekend what its like. be prepare to wait.not amenities really, bathroom overdated, but comfortable size wise.the total pain was the elevator mention I think by others, we were in the first building, face to the downtown Disney and 2 elevators took 20 mins to arrive and go up, so we took the stairs but the grandparents had to wait ages. it seems they are very old elevators. could use so new ones to be fair.we didn't use the pool but its right in the middle of the 3 buildings, so not secluded and to see by everyone walking by, not a big deal for us but could be for others.for breakfast we did goofy buffet kitchen, well it was our first time there so we had to but it was about 200$ for 4 and its a buffet that we called, the diabetics buffet;) sugar sugar sugar! anyway you want it its there.the salty part not that great, reminded us of IHOP. so overall great for the location but nothing else really.
When visiting Disneyland no better place to stay than the Disneyland Hotel. Fill your inner child with all the fun and imagination that only Disneyland and the Disneyland Hotel can offer. The Hotel is located right next to the amusement park.
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- 990 rooms
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Disneyland HotelAnaheim,United States
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1150 West Magic Way, Anaheim, CA 92802-2297
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