The Disneyland® Hotel is classic Disney at its most magical. It offers incredible accommodations, award-winning dining, amazing themed swimming pools, and more, all located in the middle of the magic!
Three towers make up the guestroom section of the Disneyland® Hotel. While the guestrooms in the towers feature the same décor, each lobby and has its own theme paying tribute to the original Disneyland® land it represents: Frontierland, Fantasyland and Adventureland. Artwork, furniture and extra special touches were carefully selected for each of the towers. Each guestroom features the most comfortable accommodations with enchanting touches. The main attraction in each guestroom at the Disneyland® Hotel is the custom headboard that plays "When You Wish Upon a Star" while fireworks light-up over a carved Sleeping Beauty Castle.
The Disneyland® Hotel offers three different swimming pools for you to soak up some fun with your family; The D-Ticket Pool, E-Ticket Pool and the Monorail Pool. The Monorail Pool features two twisting waterslides, providing hours of fun for your family. The Mickey and Minnie outdoor hot tubs are the perfect place to unwind after a day at the theme parks. Plus, the whole atmosphere of the Disneyland® Hotel transforms each night with “Island Time Evenings” where the tiki torches and outdoor fireplaces are alight. Live music fills the air nightly near Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar.
No Disneyland® vacation is complete without making a reservation for Disney Character Dining, and the Disneyland® Hotel is home to the most popular Character Dining venue of them all, Goofy's Kitchen. Open for brunch (normally 7am –12pm or 2pm) and dinner (generally 5pm-9pm), this all-you-care-to-eat buffet features truly “Goofy” menu items. Kids go crazy for its famed peanut butter and jelly pizza, Mickey Mouse waffles and a full dessert spread – even during breakfast! But it's not just the kids who are in heaven at Goofy's Kitchen. Parents are sure to find something delicious with a cook-to-order omelet station, gourmet salads, carved meats and so much more.
The Disneyland® Hotel also features The Coffee House, serving quick breakfast items for those that want to get to the Parks first thing in the morning. The Coffee House also serves the park's famous Dole Whips. For a more upscale experience, try Steakhouse 55. The restaurant is open for breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner. No matter when you visit Steakhouse 55, you'll find gourmet food in an elegant atmosphere paying homage to the glitz and glamour of the year Disneyland® first opened.
Tangaroa Terrace and Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar both celebrate Adventureland with yummy island inspired cuisine and Jungle Cruise-themed décor. The Tangaroa Terrace is a quick service restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Trader Sam's is one of the liveliest hot spots at the Disneyland® Resort with specialty drinks. Sit inside and order one of the interactive drinks for an experience unlike any other. Tables fill up quickly, so we recommend arriving early to enjoy the Trader Sam's to its full extent.
As a guest of the Disneyland® Hotel you get all sorts of exclusive perks. Location to the Parks is one of them. Keep in mind that you'll need valid theme park admission to enter the parks, whether you're staying at the Disneyland® Hotel or not. To get the Disneyland®, take a brief stroll through the Downtown Disney District to ride the Monorail straight to Tomorrowland. Or, walk the entire strip of Downtown Disney and enter Disneyland® Park through the main gates to start your day at Main Street, U.S.A.. If you want to spend your day at Disney California Adventure® Park, use the main entrance after a short walk through Downtown Disney. By staying at the Disneyland® Hotel, you'll get early access each day of your stay to either Disneyland® or Disney California Adventure. The day for each park rotates, so be sure to check the official Disneyland® calendar or app to see which park you are able to enter early with your active room key and valid theme park ticket.