Disneyland Hotel on Disneyland Resort Property
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1150 W Magic Way
Anaheim, California 92802
The first hotel at Disneyland debuted in 1955 just months after the theme park's opening, and today retains an old-fashioned charm (even as renovations are underway again) as the entire Disney resort continues to expand. There are 970 guestrooms, including 61 suites, in three separate towers with lovingly landscaped grounds that include a Japanese koi pond and Horseshoe Falls, a 165-foot-wide cascade under which you can walk. The centerpiece is the popular Never Land Pool with a 100-foot(+) More
The first hotel at Disneyland debuted in 1955 just months after the theme park's opening, and today retains an old-fashioned charm (even as renovations are underway again) as the entire Disney resort continues to expand. There are 970 guestrooms, including 61 suites, in three separate towers with lovingly landscaped grounds that include a Japanese koi pond and Horseshoe Falls, a 165-foot-wide cascade under which you can walk. The centerpiece is the popular Never Land Pool with a 100-foot waterslide and pirate ship, inspired by Disney's animated classic, Peter Pana great spot for hanging out after a morning in the theme parks.
Just steps from Downtown Disney, Disneyland Park, and Disney's California Adventure Park, the hotel offers families easy access to all of the action. Though you can walk to the theme parks in a matter of minutes, the monorail stop is just a short walk from the hotel and will take you directly into Tomorrowland in Disneyland Park.
For eats, Goofy's Kitchen is a popular spot for buffet-style family dining for breakfast and dinner (Goofy and other Disney characters stop by tables). For a more upscale experience, award-winning Steakhouse 55 is adjacent to Goofy's Kitchen, featuring a full cocktail lounge and a delicious signature bone-in ribeye. Fabulous photographs of Hollywood royalty in the 1950s (including Walt Disney) decorate the walls like a Who's Who of Disney's formative years. The more casual Hooks Pointe overlooks the Never Land Pool and features a menu of steaks and seafood grilled over a wood fire.(-) Close
Experience the Disneyland Hotel now with more luxurious rooms, new pools and waterslides, themed dining and more. Stay footsteps from the Disney Theme Parks at this newly transformed vacation destination in and of itself. This classic hotel has been given a contemporary twist. Modern, sophisticated features have been crafted for even more comfort and convenience. Newly stylish furniture has been added, world-class linens adorn each bed and, of course, magical Disney touches enchant each room.
The original Disney hotel has the feeling of magic wherever you turn. The fun and fantasy here will leave you with sweet dreams that always end happily ever after. Conveniently located adjacent to the Downtown Disney District, guest rooms are found in three towers, Disney touches are everywhere, like the oversized Sorcerer's Hat and the Monorail themed pool area, State-of-the-art business center and conference facilities unrivaled by many Anaheim hotels, Imaginative environments, attention to detail and Disney Legendary Service.
Guests of the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort can take advantage of Extra Magic Hour each day* of their stay at Disneyland or Disney California Adventure Park! (Valid theme park ticket and active hotel room key required)
Experience a true original, rich with history, steeped in magic and filled with the comforts and amenities that made us a AAA Four Diamond Deluxe Hotel. Each of our three towers contains our spacious and well-appointed Standard Rooms and Suites which offer breathtaking views and superior service. Concierge level Guests are also entitled to additional amenities.
Guests will be charged $15 per night for self parking with additional costs for Valet Parking.
*Extra Magic Hour currently allows registered Disneyland Resort hotel guests admission into select attractions at Disneyland Park on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and Disney California Adventure Park on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday before the applicable park opens to the general public. Check Disneyland.com for schedule of when each park offers Extra Magic Hour. Each registered hotel guest (ages 3 and older) must have a valid theme park ticket and active hotel room key card.
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