If you are looking for a magical room at Disneyland for your next resort stay, then look no further than the Disneyland Hotel. With nostalgic flair and touches of pixie dust inside your room and throughout the resort, this hotel pays tribute to the classic years of Disneyland while providing modern, state-of-the-art amenities that guests will want to return to trip after trip.


Disneyland offers multiple styles of room for all sizes of families. In the Frontier, Fantasy, and Adventure Towers, rooms feature 1 King Bed or 2 Queen Beds or 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed with views of the Pool, Parking Lot, Trees, or the Downtown Disney District. The beds themselves feature Sleeping Beauty’s Castle fireworks headboards and play a sweet lullaby to encourage dreams of Neverland. Looking for concierge service? Try a Club Level room that has access to the E-Ticket Club Room where you can dine on continental breakfast, snacks, cookies and desserts, wine and cheese, and watch fireworks from this exclusive location! Five limited themed suites are also available for those wishing to fully immerse themselves in the worlds of Walt Disney. Guests interested in a villa style room will be delighted to know that the Disneyland Hotel now offers Studios, 1-, 2-, and 3-Bedrooms Suites with design details inspired by Disney’s animated classics.


With the Disneyland Hotel walking distance from the Downtown Disney District and theme park entrances, you can easily take advantage of all the amenities the resort has to offer. With 2 retro-themed pools and 2 monorail slides, 2 whirlpool spas and a water play area, all ages will be able to soak in the California sun and play in the water. Don’t miss your daily workout at the Fitness Center with cardio and weight machines or sign up for one of the many fitness classes including yoga, aqua, or aerobic classes. If your hobby is shopping, be sure to visit Disney’s Fantasia Shop and Small World Gifts & Sundries that offer special edition items for sale.


The Disneyland Hotel is also known for some great restaurant options. Say hi to Goofy and his friends and give them a hug at Goofy’s Kitchen, serving breakfast and dinner buffets, or head over to Tangaroa Terrace, themed after the Enchanted Tiki Room, and order Japanese pancakes for breakfast, a Poke Bowl for lunch, and a Hawaiian Platter for dinner. Treat yourself with a mid-afternoon break and visit the Patio Bar for a Dole Whip or Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar for a specialty drink.

The Disneyland Hotel is one of 3 on property resorts that give guests early park admission before the general public. You may even meet a character or two in the lobby for special surprise meet and greets! With so much to see and experience at the Disneyland Hotel, make this your next home when you visit the Disneyland Resort.