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Complete Guide to the Best Rooms at the Disneyland Hotel

Complete Guide to the Best Rooms at the Disneyland Hotel

You did it! You’ve decided to visit the happiest place on Earth, and to put the cherry on top of that vacation ice cream sundae, you’ve decided to stay IN the magic of the Disneyland Hotel!

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But the tough decisions aren’t over yet. Now that you have decided how you want to spend your time and money on vacation, you need to choose which best room at Disneyland hotel to ensure you achieve your vacation goals. Don’t worry, AllEars is here to help!

Now, every family has different needs and every vacation has different goals, so your “best room” may not be the “best room” for your neighbor, your co-worker, or even your best friend. But we will detail the categories and locations of the Disneyland Hotel rooms to help you find the room that suits you best!

THE Disneyland Hotel (DLH) is located across Disneyland Drive from Disneyland and adjacent to Downtown Disney. The hotel consists of three high-rise towers overlooking the vast grounds. In addition to dining, swimming pool, shopping and leisure areas, there is also a large convention center.

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The three tours are themed around the lands of Disneyland Park. The rooms in each tower match these themes and decor with the Fantastic tour, Adventure tourAnd Border Tower. So if your traveling group includes little cowboys, pirates, or princesses, you can find a tower and room decor to suit your family’s preferences.

The new villas at the Disneyland Hotel Discovery Tower recently opened their doors. These are the new Disney Vacation Club (DVC) accommodations, offering a wide range of room options, from studios to 1, 2 and 3 bedroom villas.

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The Disneyland Hotel offers standard rooms with varied views, and some on the Club level offer additional amenities. These rooms sleep up to five people and feature one king bed, two queen beds, or two queen beds and a daybed.

    • Premium View
    • Luxury view
    • General view
    • Premium View of Downtown Disney
    • Standard View – Club Level
    • Premium View – Club Level
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Depending on your choice of room, prices may vary. The more spectacular the view, the more expensive the room will be. And of course, these Club level accommodations come at a premium price because they offer:

    • Continental breakfast from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
    • Snacks from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
    • Cookies and desserts from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    • View the fireworks from the E-Ticket Club
    • Exclusive access to the E-Ticket Club in the Adventure Tour
    • Wine and cheese reception from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
    • Personal assistance from club staff

But standard rooms aren’t all the Disneyland Hotel offers; there are also family suites to accommodate a family of almost any size, whether you have a family of four or fourteen!

  • One-Bedroom Junior Suite – Sleeps up to four people with a king-size bed, a queen-size sofa bed and a single Murphy bed
  • Connecting Two-Bedroom Junior Suite – Sleeps up to eight people with a king-size bed, two queen-size sofa beds, a daybed and a single Murphy bed
  • One-Bedroom Family Suite – Sleeps up to six people with a King bed, a Queen-size sofa bed OR two Queen beds and a Queen-size sofa bed
  • Two-Bedroom Family Suite – Sleeps up to six people with two King beds and a Queen-Size sofa bed
  • Two-Bedroom Connecting Family Suite – Sleeps up to ten people with one king bed and two queen beds and one queen sofa bed, OR two king beds and one queen sofa bed and one daybed, OR four queen beds and one queen sofa bed.
  • Connecting Three-Bedroom Family Suite – Can accommodate up to fourteen people with two Queen beds and two King beds and a Queen-Size sofa bed; OR six queen beds and a queen-size sofa bed; OR two Queen beds and two King beds, a daybed and a Queen sofa bed; OR four Queen beds and one King bed and a Queen-Size sofa bed; or four Queen beds and one King bed and one daybed and one Queen-Size sleeper sofa
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And for the ultimate in theming, you can book one of the special Signature Suites!

THE Fairy Suite is it thathe perfect honeymoon suite, showcasing the famous Disney fairy tale couple and their magical happily ever after.

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    • Can accommodate up to 2 adults
    • 1 bedroom (1 king bed)
    • 1 Bathroom with shower and jet bathtub decorated with a hand-cut castle mosaic
    • Spectacular views of the Downtown Disney District and Disneyland Park

THE Country Adventure Suite has two bedrooms. The suite’s master bedroom resembles a safari lodge (with a cave in the shower that uses light and sound effects to simulate a rainforest and savannah). The second bedroom accommodates guests in a safari tent.

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    • Can accommodate up to 5 adults
    • 2 bedrooms (2 King beds + 1 daybed)
    • 5 bathrooms
    • View of the swimming pool

THE Mickey Mouse Penthouse was Disneyland’s first themed sequel and features Mickey’s iconic red, black and yellow color scheme and contains more hidden Mickeys than would ever be possible to find.

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    • Can accommodate up to 4 adults (1 King bed, 1 round double bed + 1 Queen-size sofa bed)
    • 2.5 baths (roll-in shower in second bathroom)

THE Great Thunder Suite is the “wildest suite in the desert!” » This might not be the first attraction you’d imagine a themed room after, but if you’re a fan of this classic nostaglic attraction, you’ll be happy to hang your hat here.

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    • Can accommodate up to 6 adults
    • 2 bedrooms (1 King bed, 1 Queen bed + 1 Queen sofa bed)
    • 5 bathrooms

COMPLETE DISNEYLAND HOTEL ROOM TOUR

The Fantasy Tower and Adventure Tower are the two closest locations to Downtown Disney and the theme parks. Fantasy Tower is the closest tower to the Convention Center if you are there for a conference. Adventure Tower is closest to Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar if you’re looking for a tropical good time. Frontier Tower offers easy access to parking if you don’t plan to spend all your time in California at Disneyland and will be visiting other Southern California destinations. Frontier Tower is also near the Discovery Tower Laundry.

So how do you know which part is BEST after looking at all these options? Well, this is the room that fits your vacation needs! If you want to save money and take in more California views, you’ll probably enjoy the Standard View Room at the Frontier Tower. If you have a large family and are looking for a family suite or connecting rooms, then the Adventure Tower suites will be perfect for you!

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