Hotels of the Disneyland® Resort
The Disneyland® Resort offers 3 on-site hotels. All three are in the deluxe or moderate category.
For budget-conscious guests, Disney has agreements with many area hotels, called "Good Neighbor Hotels." Because there are over 25 hotels, and they change frequently, the Good Neighbor Hotels are not listed here in detail. Please complete a quote form for more information on the Good Neighbor Hotel that best suits the guests' needs. These hotels offer Disney packages including tickets and dining, but do not offer the exclusive benefits of the Hotels of the Disneyland® Resort.
Benefits of staying at a Hotel of the Disneyland® Resort:
- Extra Magic Hour: Enter one of the two theme parks an hour early on every day of the stay. This is the only way to gain early entrance into Disney California Adventure® Park.
- Exclusive entrance to Disney California Adventure® Park: Enter through Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa and arrive near Disney's FASTPASS® machines for the highly popular World of Color show.
- Character phone calls
- Storytelling experience nightly
- Dining priority over non-Resort guests
- Charging power on the hotel key card
Disney's Grand Californian® Hotel & Spa:
This hotel was built in the American Craftsman style and is similar to Disney's Wilderness Lodge at the Walt Disney World® Resort. This hotel offers rooms that accommodate up to 5 people, as well as well as suites and Club-level amenities. Deluxe amenities include 3 pools, signature dining, spa services, and Pinocchio's Workshop children's services. In addition, the exclusive entrance to the Disney California Adventure® Park is located here.
The Disneyland® Hotel is the original hotel of the Disneyland® Resort. This hotel offers rooms that accommodate up to 5 people, as well as well as suites and Club-level amenities. Deluxe amenities include 3 pools (including one with a monorail theme), 5 dining locations, and regular character sightings in the lobby. In addition, the monorail to the Disneyland® Park is only a short walk away.
Disney's Paradise Pier® Hotel:
Disney's Paradise Pier® Hotel is based on a seaside resort theme. This hotel offers rooms that accommodate up to 5 people, as well as well as suites and Club-level amenities. Amenities include a rooftop pool and 3 dining locations. Some rooms offer views of the Disney California Adventure® Park, including the ability to see the World of Color show.
Theme Park Tickets
There are a variety of theme park ticket options at the Disneyland® Resort.
This ticket allows entrance into one of the two theme parks for each day purchased.
Disneyland® Park Hopper Ticket:
This ticket allows entrance into any one or more of the two theme parks each day for the number of days purchased.
This feature is an automatic benefit when at least 3-day tickets (either one-day or park hopper) are purchased. The Magic Morning benefit allows guests to visit Disneyland® Park an hour early on only one day of their stay.
When the resort and theme park tickets are purchased together as a package, guests have the option of also adding a Character Dining experience to the vacation package. This option allows guests the convenience of pre-paying for their meals. Guests who purchase the Character Dining experience at the Disneyland® Resort receive one voucher per person in the travel party to pay for one breakfast: Minnie and Friends Breakfast at the Plaza Inn in Disneyland® Park, Surf's Up! Breakfast with Mickey and Friends at Disney's PCH Grill in Disney's Paradise Pier® Hotel, or Chip 'n' Dale's Critter Breakfast at Storyteller's Cafe in Disney's Grand Californian® Hotel and Spa. Guests who purchase the Premium Character Dining experience will receive one voucher per person in the travel party to pay for one meal: breakfast or dinner at Goofy's Kitchen in the Disneyland® Hotel, or breakfast or lunch for Ariel's Disney Princess Celebration at Ariel's Grotto in Disney California Adventure® Park.
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