If you want to make your next visit to Disneyland in California more memorable, you should stay at one of Disney’s hotels. They each combine a relaxing atmosphere with Disney magic and fine dining, enhancing your stay in Anaheim any time of the year. Here are a few Disneyland hotels you’ll want to check out before booking your Disneyland vacation.
If you’re looking to stay at a truly premium Disneyland resort, then look no further than Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa. You’ll be within walking distance of both Disneyland Theme Parks – Disney’s California Adventure and, of course, Disneyland Park. You’ll also be within walking distance of the Downtown Disney District. The Grand Californian has 745 luxurious rooms, with all the amenities you could wish for. Of course, you’ll receive the same friendly and professional service Disney has long been known for. Magical landscapes and astonishing architecture are just some of the familiar Disney touches.
The rooms at the Grand Californian are all well-appointed. Impeccable service and attention to detail is nothing new to Disney. Fabulous dining opportunities, fun and relaxing swimming pools, and the Mandara Spa will help enhance your stay. The rooms start at $280 per night (a bit high), but you’ll probably find your stay at the Grand Californian worth every penny.
Located adjacent to the Downtown Disney District is Disneyland Hotel. The original Disney hotel has 990 rooms in three high-rise towers, and the hotel itself is just plain fun. From the oversized Sorcerer’s Hat to the Never Land themed pool, Disney touches are everywhere. Disneyland Hotel has been around for 45 years, and still boasts fine restaurants and lounges. More modestly priced from $210 per night, give Disneyland Hotel a long, hard looking before booking your stay. If you have children, Disneyland Hotel might just be for you.
With only 489 rooms, Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel is the smallest Disneyland hotel. But it has a lot of heart. Many of the rooms are spacious and have terrific views. A rooftop pool area is one of this hotel’s main attractions. Disney’s Paradise Pier also offers a state-of-the-art health club. Room rates start at $165 per night, making Paradise Pier the most affordable Disneyland California Hotel.
While these three Disneyland hotels are very different in style and price, they are similar in service and location. In other words, my best advice is to go with what feels right for your wallet. Whichever Disneyland hotel you decide on, you’re sure to have an unforgettable stay.