Wish you were here?
Now with improved, luxurious rooms, new pools and waterslides, themed dining and more, the newly transformed Disneyland® Hotel is a modern vacation destination in itself.
The newly remodeled rooms at the Disneyland Hotel sparkle with magic. Enhancements include special Disney touches like Sleeping Beauty Castle light-up headboards, new furnishings and additional modern amenities.
Swim in 3 pools — the D-Ticket and E-Ticket pools plus the new Monorail pool with 2 water slides. Or soak up the fun at either of the Mickey and Minnie Spa outdoor hot tubs. For an additional fee, relax in the new private, poolside cabanas.
Discover inventive cuisine at Tangaroa Terrace - Casual Island Dining or breeze in to Trader Sam's - Enchanted Tiki bar for cocktails from lost civilizations.
Paying tribute to its early beginnings — when the Disneyland Hotel was the pinnacle of 1960's resort living — this hotel is again a vacation destination all by itself.
General policies & fine print
Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy:
This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
Room taxes are included in vacation price.
Minimum night stay restrictions may apply.
Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Ratings & reviews
TripAdvisor traveler rating3668 reviews
DVC Villas Duo Studio
We just checked out from a one night staycation with our two kids (10 & 13). Make sure when you check in to have them link your room to the app. No one told us and we were charged $250 for incidentals, but when I presented my key to charge a meal I was told that doesn't work and to go to the front desk. DVC Parking is Free for in and out. $40 for hotel guests and $70 to valet, or $30 to upgrade from DVC to Valet Parking. Be prepared to Pay for the $3 per point tax upfront. I was aware of it, but was surprised when they charged it and the $250 incidental fee at check in. I asked if most people were aware of the tax and was told, "no". The wonderful area with the waterslides is now just a dark and windy play area as the the DVC tower pretty much blocks all sunlight to this area and created a wind tunnel. The DVC Pool only sees a couple hours of sunlight as well, approximately 1:30-3:00ish. There is absolutely NOTHING to do other than walk around Downtown Disney after 8pm when the pools close. There was not one thing for our kids to do on property except shop and eat. Food is much more expensive at this property than other DVC/Disney World resorts. Kids meals start at $11. In the parks and Disney World resorts they are approximately $8. Also, only options are teriyaki bowl and a burger. Walking around at after 8pm or before 10am is very inconvenient. If you want to go to the lobby you will need to walk around the outside of the other towers which makes is a 5 minute+ walk. Not sure why they wouldn't have a direct path. Especially inconveint if coming from parking lot. Makes it a 10-15 min walk from car to room. The coffee shop next to Goofy's Kitchen is great for an easy grab and go breakfast. The only strange thing is that they will give you an AP discount, but don't offer a DVC Discount. The Duo room is perfect for a party of two. While there were 4 of us at the property during the day, my son and I went home and my wife and daughter stayed. The room was a perfect size for a short stay. The pulldown bed was a bit small and would likely not be condusive to a good nights sleep for two adults for an extended stay. Overall, we had a nice time, but likely won't stay here again. Seemed very cold and outside of the name and location, didn't seem any different than what I remember the Art of Animation feeling like many years ago when we stayed there. The only difference is this property is 5x more money at a minimum.
The Villas at the Disneyland Hotel
As a DVC member and my family and we have been to Disneyland over 50 times we enjoyed our stay at the Villas. I have used my points to stay at the Villas at the Grand, rooms at the Grand, The Disneyland Hotel and Paradise Pier. We had a Deluxe Studio with a preferred view. Yes, the Grand is a stunning and beautiful hotel, one of my favorites, but staying there on points, if its not your home resort is nearly impossible. My adult daughter, her husband and I found the room to very nice. Contrary to some reviews we found the beds to be comfortable, even the pull down Murphy bed. They put the rainshower heads, like in the Aulani, in the nicely appointed bathroom. While at Disneyland we are looking for beds and a bathroom that are on site and this fits the bill nicely. The kitchenette works well for some juice, coffee and some quick cook breakfast items we brought from home. This is the furthest hotel from the Park and some might find that a problem but having a 300+ more DVC rooms at the resort is a welcome addition.
do go to disney but do not stay at their hotels
OK disney is a magical place but the hotels are a rip off we paid $1600 a night for a villa room there was no water at nightimes no bathrobes toiletries supplied as if we were in a budget motel room service takes up to 90 minutes paying 5+star prices for motel service is appalling do go to disney , you will be enchanted dont stay as disney the prices are eye watering and the service is abysmal
The Villas at Disneyland Hotel DVC property review
We stayed at the New Villas at Disneyland Hotel a new DVC property which allowed for regular booking as they opened to the public. We enjoy staying on property even though I live a 15 minute drive away. We are Imagine Dream Key holders an have had annual passes to the resort since the 90’s. We are big supporters of the Disney brand and enjoy spending our free time on-site. Our preferred resort is the Grand California for its amenities and ease of access in and out of the parks throughout the day. However with the new property opening we wanted to give it a try before it became DVC exclusive. Good: Beautiful building, vibrant colors and the arched hallways were stunning. The dedicated outdoor bar has vintage Palm Springs vibes, design and function of room is lovely with lots of creative storage and is Instagram photo ready! Average: Proximity to the property is less desirable than the Grand. The monorail isn’t always working and the walk though downtown is nice as long as it is not crowded. It’s not a place you will pop in and out of your room like you would at the Grand. But it’s close enough. There is also a shortcut to the Grand by the Paradise Pier Hotel if you’re headed to Napa Rose or Storytellers. We used it when we went to Napa for dinner. It saved us from having to go through security twice. Bad: View on standard villa is horrible and you will want to keep your blinds closed, furniture is built to last and not for comfort. There is a bench chair that was rock hard, sofa has uncomfortable buttons all over its cushion and beds are awful. So awful that at 3 am I gave in to the tearful pleas of my exhausted 13 year old daughter, as she begged to go home. After spending a fortune we literally packed up in the middle of the night and went home! It was one of the most miserable sleeping experiences of our lives. As I checked out and expressed my disappointment with the beds the cast members comment was some people prefer firm beds while others like a more plush bed. SMH! I wish they had provided beds like the Grand or the cozy DCL beds. So dreamy. It’s a one and done for me. If you are a firm mattress person this will be a great place for you! If you need a plusher mattress to sleep, you may want to consider something else.
Old timey Disney magic, brand new Villas
We have always wanted to stay at the Disneyland hotel and it did not disappoint. We stayed at the brand new Villas at Disneyland. Resort, Studio Room. Everything was immaculate as the resort only opened three weeks prior. Room is beautifully decorated and highly functional. Glass Shower was a dream. Well insulated. Grounds are lovely, with the main pool features being dueling Monorail themed slides. Lobby captures that olt time Disneyland magic-vibes. Quick service at Tangaroa Terrace and Trader Sam's was varied, delicious and thematically perfect. Similar to the Polynesian at WDW. Park entrance was a fifteen minute stroll (including security at Downtown Disney). We felt immersed in the 'bubble' and made for an extra delightful and stress free stay. It will be hard for us to stay elsewhere next time at Disneyland.