My family recently was able to experience the magic of staying at the Disneyland Hotel.  The Disneyland Hotel consists of 3 towers: Adventure Tower, Frontier Tower, and Fantasy Tower.

Check-In

When you first arrive you will go into the Fantasy Tower to check in.  The Fantasy Tower is named after Fantasy Land and you will see decor that commemorates the attractions within that land: Dumbo, Mad Disneyland Hotel Review- Magic Disneyland HotelHatters Tea Cups, and the Storybook Land. Minnie Mouse and Pluto greeted us while we were in the lobby checking into our room. It was so fun to watch my kids interact with the characters and we didn’t even have to wait in a line!  Also within the Fantasy Tower, you will find a couple gift shops (Fantasia Shop and Small World gift and sundries) and an entrance to the resorts convention center.  The Adventure Tower’s lobby features décor from the Jungle Book and Pirates of the Caribbean, while the Frontier Tower is decorated after Frontier Land. {Heads Up!: The Adventure Tower is located closest to Downtown Disney & the monorail.} Disneyland Hotel Review - Magic Disneyland Hotel

When we walked into our rooms, it was so exciting!  I loved seeing all the Disney touches from Mickey’s gloves as lamps, a picture of Walt walking amongst the Sleeping Beauty’s castle, and the incredible headboard! It featured a large castle with fiber optic fireworks {it even played a song}!

 

Suites & Dining

The Disneyland Hotel offers several options of rooms including:

-Standard Room

-1-3 Bedroom(s) Suites

-Adventureland, Big Thunder, Blue Sky, Fairytale, and Pirates of the Caribbean Signature Suites

-Mickey Mouse Penthouse

-Ambassador Suite

 

The Disneyland Hotel has several dining options at the resort:

-  Steakhouse 55 - Reservations are highly recommended for this fine dining experience.

- Goofy’s Kitchen - Reservation are also recommended for this character dining experience.

-Tangaroa Terrace – This quick service restaurant is located just steps from the pools.

-Trader Sams Enchanted Tiki Bar – You can head inside for an entertaining atmosphere or dine outside amongst tiki lamps.

Pool

Disneyland Hotel Review - Magic Disneyland HotelDisneyland Hotel has 3 pools the E-Ticket pool, the D-ticket pool, and the Monorail pool in addition to the Mickey and Minnie whirlpools.  My kids favored the Monorail pool as it has 2 water slides for children (and
adults) of all ages to enjoy.  We spent hours at the pools! I loved the comfortable chaise lounges and the quick poolside service for food and drinks! There are private cabanas for rent at each of the pools. They include a fridge stocked with water, 32” flat screen, telephone, safe, couch, extra towels, and 2 chaise lounges. {P.S. If you’re interesting in renting a cabana be sure to mention it to your Me and the Mouse agent!}

Proximity

Lastly, I loved how the Disneyland Hotel was close to everything: Magic Disneyland Hotel

-Downtown Disney: 2-4 minute walk

-Monorail: 3-8 Minutes

-Grand Californian: 5-10 Minutes

-Front Gates of California Adventure or Magic Kingdom: 10-15 Minutes

 

I strongly recommend staying at the Disneyland Hotel for your next Disneyland visit!  I can’t wait to take my family again!

 

Beth Rodgers

Disney Vacation Planner