The Disneyland Hotel is located just on the other side of Downtown Disney from the Disneyland Resort. This hotel embodies the past and present of Disneyland with its Adventure, Fantasy and Frontier towers, each a tribute to the park’s three original lands.
The main pool features two winding water slides with replicas of the original monorail trains. The Red Monorail slide is 35 feet high and 180 feet long, while the Yellow Monorail slide is just 13 feet high and 80 feet long. Guests will also enjoy the E-Ticket and D-Ticket pools. The D-Ticket Pool offers cabana rentals and two whirlpools.
Recreational activities such as trivia challenges, character greetings, Get Up & Go Power Walk, and Magical Night at the Movies are available. Guests can walk to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure in just a few minutes or can take the monorail into Disneyland park from Downtown Disney.
Guests have several room categories to choose from. Standard View rooms can sleep up to 5 adults, with views of the parking areas or trees. These rooms have 2 queen beds, 1 king bed, or 2 queen beds with a daybed. Rooms can be upgraded to a view of the pool or Downtown Disney District. Larger room options include 1, 2, and 3 bedroom suites. The Disneyland Hotel also offers a variety of rooms with Club Level access ranging from a Standard View – Club Level to Premium View – Club Level. Club Level amenities include secured key access to the club-level lounge, serving refreshments and snacks (Continental Breakfast, Midday Snacks and Evening Wine, Cheese, Cordials, and Dessert) between 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily, access to Concierge Service at the E-Ticket Club.
Dining options include Tangaroa Terrace, Goofy’s Kitchen, Steakhouse 55 and Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar. More dining options are available in the nearby Downtown Disney District.
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Written by Adjunct Professor Leah Ferguson, edited by Professor Heather Adamczak