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Reviewed September 24, 2012

We stayed one night at the club floor in Disneyland Hotel. It came with a 2 day pass. I have two daughters and they loved the Disney experience. The hotel is nice, and the chance to see Mini mouse in her pajamas was priceless.

We made lovely memories which more than justified the cost.

Room tip: Disney restaurants are expensive so getting breakfast included is a good deal. Also you can see the fireworks from the lounge balcony which is great.
Date of stay: June 2012
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Reviewed September 21, 2012

We stayed at the Disneyland Resort for one night in the first week of September. I purchased a Kingdome Club room after reviews on here and i think it was worth the money. Mostly because it was AUD$100 more than a normal room but breakfast for 4 people would have cost that amount downstairs (and instead it was free as part of Kindome Club). Also from the minute we checked in we had characters to visit us - snowwhite at 11am when we checked in, then we had free alcohol and very impressive finger food for dinner from 6 to 8pm. It was certainly enough to fill us up before watching the fireworks on the balcony.

The room itself had two queen size beds plus a cot so heaps of room for all of us. There was old world charm everywhere with even the door knobs made to look like something from snow whites castle. We had a balcony room overlooking the maze but to be honest we never used it as we were exhausted whenever in the room and we all promptly fell asleep. I cant even remember if we had issues with all 4 of us in the room (2 adults, a 4.5yo and a nearly 2 yo).

The swimming pool turned out to be a lifesaver after the amount of walking we did (and heat) at the theme park itself. On both days we were back by 2pm exhausted and the kids played in the pool while we relaxed and felt like we were actually on vacation! There was a shuttle every 10 minutes to the park so no issues at all catching that.

We decided at the last minute to eat in the Enchanted Garden buffet restaraunt on the Tuesday night and it was the best thing about the entire hotel. The food was fantastic and we all agreed the best buffet we've ever eaten at (AUD$50) with them even making the pasta dough for you if you ordered it, amazing seafood, indian, japanese, a kids section etc. But possibly the best part and this really made the kids trip, was mickey, minnie, goofy and pluto all came in and wandered around playing/interacting with the kids for nearly an hour. They were contstantly at our table and the kids loved it...and it was very fun!

I probably wouldnt stay at this resort if you werent going to Disneyland itself but for 1 or 2 nights while you visit the park this is a must.

Room tip: Eat at the Enchanted Forrest for entertainment for the littlies and great food for the adults
Date of stay: September 2012
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4  Thank ab_n_tam
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Reviewed September 21, 2012

We stayed here for two nights in a kingdom club room. The club lounge was very handy indeed, free snacks all day long coupled with drinks. The room was of adequate size. It had a small balcony overlooking the South China Sea. The little details they had in the room were nice, slippers for everyone, disney themed toiletries and even a tv in the bathroom.

We walked it everyday to and fro the park. It only took about 8 mins and was much quicker than waiting for the shuttle bus. The walk is by pleasant, you pass thru the park promenade and there are fountains en route to keep the kids amused.

We had dinner once in Walts Diner I think it's called. Delicious food and quite fairly priced.

All the staff were very courteous and helpful whenever they were called upon.

There is a Disney shop in the hotel and it's much easier to shop there than in the park itself.

All in all we loved it at this hotel and would definitely stay here again.

Date of stay: September 2012
Trip type: Traveled with family
1  Thank HotspurUK
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Reviewed September 15, 2012

Being catered mainly for the kids, the decor and rooms are all catered for the kids
and their come-along family.

We had the kingdom suite which is indeed worth splurging as ;
1) The 2 double beds are large, almost adequate for 2 adults and 2 kids,
2) The all days snacks and drinks are a welcome respite esp where everything here
comes with a mickey sign and a dollar sign but it was convenient to have a lounge
for the kids to hang out and service here was fully dedicated and the bfast was a blast,
3) Fast passes to some of the most popular rides,
4) Located only on the highest floor, almost assured of quiet and more affluent
neighbours, being so close to mainland china,
5) We get to see fireworks from the comfort of the kingdom suite balcony (the best
and most comfortable vantage point to see the daily fireworks) and
6) My 2 girls get to enjoy dedicated bedtime story-telling every night followed by
7) Pyjamas party hosted by mickey and minnie nightly,,,,what a swell day for the kids to
end the long day.....
8) And we get to check out of the hotel at the club lounge with no queue (took me all of 3 mins) vs joining the morning queue to checkout.

As a result, there was no need for them to queue for photo shots with mickey or
minnie or friends in the park,,,,we already had some much of their unfettered
attention in the kingdom club and dinner that they even played games with them,
played pranks on them etc,,,

The only whim we had with the rooms were that the beds were a wee bit too hard (for
a 5 star hotel), the showers couldn't be pulled down (esp for showering young
children) and some of the furniture were not child-friendly and had sharp edges. and also the twin beds should be 2 queen beds of 1.8m/2m vs 2 double beds of 1.5m width, a bit narrow esp as hotel expects adults to sleep with their kids.

The hotel also had a nice jogging trail along the waterfront promenade. The gym and
heated indoor was nice and well-equipped but glad it was under-utilised. The lobby
and public areas were all classy and had a really nice ambience.

The breakfast with mickey and friends are not as great as the buffet dinner where
the spread is bigger, much more yummier and b'cos the crowds are 1/4 the size of the
breakfast crowds, at dinner, mickey and friends fawn over you for the full 1.5hrs vs
the 2 shots per table and go, for the crazy bfast time.

The waltz cafe was also nice with some local food, although service was a bit slow.

Service staff was always prompt and courteous and all end with a "have a magical
day". And indeed we did.

The kingdom suites are indeed expensive but for the above, it was worth it and more.
In fact, as I write, I am already making reservations for the promise to my 2 little
girls to bring them back.

Room tip: Book kingdom suite, gteed to have a nice view and plenty of room for the kids to run,,,
Date of stay: September 2012
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2  Thank vincentlau
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Reviewed September 13, 2012

First off, the hotel/park is conveniently located near the airport, cost us HK$120 from Terminal 2 to Disneyland Hotel. Upon arrival you are welcomed by the hotel staff and personally escorted until you reach the check in counter. We arrived early but were allowed to check in. There is a nook by the side of the check in counter with a flat screen and small seats for children where they can watch cartoons while the adults are busy checking in. Also, the front desk staff will advise you of ongoing hotel and park promos. We got our park tickets at the front desk, 2 day ticket for the price of 1 day ticket. Not bad. If you're tired from your trip and still not up to going to the park, there is a big pool and a maze within the hotel that you can explore. The guest room is spacious, with very comfortable beds and pillows and an equally spacious bathroom. And of course, Disney, Disney and more Disney channels to choose from (in Cantonese and English). Check out was a breeze, check out time is 11am, but luggages can be left at the concierge, Free shuttle services are available every 10-15 minutes to bring guests to the Disneyland Park. Disneyland Park has its own MTR stop, the Disneyland Resort Line. Do ride the Disneyland MTR and see the various Disney glass encased figurines, while enjoying the view via the Mickey shaped windows.
* For tourists, do get an Octopus Tourist Day Pass for unlimited 1 day travel at the MTR, HK$55 for adults and HK$25 for children, should you plan on travelling outside the resort.
* Forgot your toiletries and medicines? Tung Chung MTR station is one stop away and is connected to CityGate outlet mall, that has a supermarket (Taste) at the basement. The mall also has a number of restaurants and a big food court (Food Republic).
* Need to exchange foreign currencies? CityGate Outlet Mall has a money exchange at Basement 2, just beside the left luggage lockers.
* Forgot to buy those souveneirs inside the park? Dont fret, the hotel has a boutique at the lobby that sells the same Disney merchandise available at the park, minus the park crowd and queue.

Date of stay: September 2012
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7  Thank TayNayNak
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