Now that we are finally getting some great summer weather here in Southern California, I thought some tips on how to “stay cool” during your trip to the Disneyland Resort would come in handy.
If you are staying on property each of the hotels has a pool area. Lounging by the pool for a day or afternoon can be relaxing and help break up your park days allowing your feet some time to rest. Each of the pools has it’s own theme that fits in with it’s unique resort.
The Disneyland Hotel
- Retro themed pool area with 3 pools
- E Ticket Pool – Great for lounging
- Monorail Pool – 2 large slides and 1 small slide
- D Ticket Pool – Lap Swim
- Minnie or Mickey Spa Whirlpool
- Poolside Cabanas – Available for rent daily for an additional fee, snag one of these and enjoy a day in your own private poolside oasis.
- Pool Party – Check with the front desk for times to enjoy this daily family friendly pool side party.
Disneyland Hotel Monorail Pool (photo source disneyland.com)
The Grand Californian Hotel and Spa
- The Redwood Pool – Large pool with 90 ft long slide, Childrens Pool, and whirlpool.
- Childrens Pool – Great for the little ones who just want to splash around in this Mickey shaped shallow pool.
- Fountain Pool – Nice for lounging in the sun and a quick dip in this serene setting.
- Mariposa Pool – Circular lounge pool with cabanas available for private rentals.
- 1 WhirlpoolDisney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa Pools (photo source disneyland.com)
- Scenic third floor pool deck
- California Streamin’ water slide
- Childrens Pool
- Paradise Spa Whirlpool
(photo source disneyland.com)
No matter where you stay on property there are fun ways to stay cool and still enjoy some Disney magic. Check with your local travel agent for booking details.
However you travel, be safe and do it well.
**Pool hopping is not allowed per Disneyland Resort policies unless otherwise stated at time of check in due to construction or other circumstances. Pools are only available for guests staying at each specific resort.**