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I honestly didn't think I would stay here again given the price, but the $311 mid week off season rate was too good to pass up. A 4 night stay was the perfect amount of time. We booked a deluxe room - higher up in...More
We had stayed at the grand California adventure hotel. It’s newer. The Disney hotel property had a dance event when we visited. Lots of dancers and we watched one night of performances.
We were upgraded to a one bedroom villa before we got to the...More
Clean. Great room and housekeeping service. Comfy beds with nice linens. Quiet and not disrupted by hallway noise. Public restrooms don’t appear to have been updated like the guest rooms. Gorgeous pool and entrance to Downtown Disney was convenient.
The Disneyland Hotel is an icon, rich with Disney Magic. I love staying here when I visit Disneyland. The cast members are so friendly and helpful. Club level service is amazing and the view from the concierge lounge “E” ticket will take your breath away....More
For the exorbitant cost, I was expecting more magic. The room was nice but plain, clean but worn. The magic hour is a bonus to staying on property... and with little kids, that early hour was our very best time of day. However, I would...More
No problem with the 2 queen beds. The rooms are clean and yes the fantasy tower is fun for once. Keep in mind that you really don't spend a lot of time in your room. The rooms are what I'd classify as basic comfortable... More
No problem with the 2 queen beds. The rooms are clean and yes the fantasy tower is fun for once. Keep in mind that you really don't spend a lot of time in your room. The rooms are what I'd classify as basic comfortable. Not as luxurious as say a Hyatt Regency club room but it's a different experience hotel. Hope that helps.
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"Higher floors are quieter. Fantasy Tower has more "magical" moments - with characters just showing..."