Now that we have covered how to get there, let’s talk about where to stay. The Disneyland Resort is unique because it is a smaller resort in the center of a bustling city. However, it still offers three hotels on Disney property. These three Disney hotels are considered on-site accommodations.

Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel

  • This seaside themed hotel has rooms, dining and shopping that takes you back in time to a 1920’s beach-side boardwalk.
  • Families can enjoy some fun outside the park at the Arcade, or take in a movie under the stars on the pool deck. (check movie dates at front desk)
  • Enjoy Surf’s Up Character breakfast at Disney’s PCH Grill
  • Stop by the Surfside Lounge for a light snack and adult beverage.
  • The most exciting amenity of this hotel has to be its rooftop pool, complete with water slides and rooftop bar serving beverages and snacks. Each day at 5pm join in the fun during the Pool Party, games music and dancing.

Disneyland Hotel

  • Themed around Disney classics this three tower hotel is the original hotel at the resort.
  • Built in 1955 and updated in 2011, features include state of the art amenities, timeless artwork, and light-up Sleeping Beauty head boards.
  • Check out Goofy’s Kitchen for a buffet style character meal, or Steakhouse 55 for a more intimate dining experience.
  • Guest favorites include Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar and Tagaroa Terrace where families and adults can enjoy a relaxing evening on the terrace with some island style food and entertainment.
  • Kids love the monorail themed pool area, complete with 2 water slides and water play area.
  • You can even enjoy the Disneyland Fireworks from the comfort of your room. Select rooms have firework views and music is piped in so that you can enjoy this nighttime spectacular in your PJ’s!

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa

  • The newest addition to the Disneyland Resort
  • Full service Mandara spa featuring spa, massage and salon treatments for everyone in your party.
  • Enjoy award-winning dining at Napa Rose, where Chef Andrew Sutton and his team prepare innovative cuisine and pair with the wines selected from California and beyond.
  • For more casual dining Chip and Dale host a lovely buffet breakfast with their friends at Storytellers Cafe.
  • Pinocchio’s Workshop is on site and offers child care for guests aged 5-12 with dinner, crafts movies and more while parents enjoy an evening out. (additional fees apply)
  • The Redwood pool and spa area even has a water-slide for some fun in the sun.
  • Views include rooms that overlooks Disney’s California Adventure park and Downtown Disney Marketplace.
  • A major perk of this hotel is the private entrance into Disney’s California Adventure park!

Each hotel on Disney property offers a different feel, beach side fun, childhood classics, or American craftsman decor. A stay on Disney property allows you and your family to be fully immersed in the Disney magic while you are on vacation.If a more luxurious stay is what you have in mind, various sized suites are available at each hotel. The Grand Californian is also the DVC (Disney Vacation Club) location for the Anaheim parks.  And you don’t have to give up your routine while you are on vacation. There are fitness centers, organized power walks through the park before opening, and business centers to accommodate any needs you may have while visiting. Your stay on site grants you various perks, early entry into the parks on select days and magical memories to last a life time.

For details on reservations and pricing, please contact your local travel consultant.

However you travel, be safe and do it well.

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