California Adventure light show

View from the Omnibus (28303216331)The Disneyland in California was opened in 1955 as the first of numerous Disney parks around the world. After the nearby California Adventure park opened in 2001, it became part of the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, which is one of the many towns that comprise the sprawling Los Angeles area.

 

 

 

Accomodation

Airports

Amtrak Station

 

Links to Other Websites About Disneyland

Hotels near other amusement parks in Southern California

 

Accomodation

Disneyland Hotels

California Adventure Hotels

 

Disneyland Hotels

 

On-site:

DisneylandHotel6 (24657303449)The only hotel on the park property itself is the Disneyland Hotel, which dates back to the park’s opening in 1955. Staying at an on-site hotel gives you amenities like character breakfasts, being able to enter the parks an hour early, and having any purchases that you make at the parks delivered straight to your hotel room.

 

The rooms at the Disneyland Hotel sleep up to five adults, and suites are available that sleep up to fourteen adults.

 

The hotel has three restaurants and a bar. The restaurants include a steakhouse, a Hawaiian-themed restaurant, and a breakfast buffet which is visited by Goofy.

 

The hotel has a fitness center and a spa, along with two swimming pools with waterslides.

 

On-site parking is available for a $20 per day for self parking, and $30 per day for valet parking.

1150 West Magic Way, Anaheim, CA 92802, USA

 

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Off-site hotels:

Hotels Near the Disneyland Entrance

Pet-friendly Hotels Near Disneyland

 

 

California Adventure Hotels

DCA from Paradise Pier Hotel 2012On-site:

As with the Disneyland Hotel, staying at an on-site hotel at California Adventure also gets you early admission to the parks.

 

 

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa: The rooms sleep up to five adults, and the suites sleep up to eleven adults. The rooms come with a coffee maker.

 

There are three hotel restaurants and two lounges. The Napa Rose and the Napa Rose Lounge serve California cuisine along with California wines, while the Hearthstone Lounge serves a continental breakfast in the morning, and pizza and tacos in the evening. Disney characters stop by during the breakfast buffet at the Storytellers Cafe. Grab-and-go food like bagels and burgers are available at White Water Snacks.

Grand Californian Hotel Front Entrance 2014
The Grand Californian has a fitness center, spa, and three swimming pools.

 

On-site parking is available for a $20 per day for self parking, and $30 per day for valet parking.

1600 S. Disneyland Drive, Anaheim, CA 92802, USA

 

Paradise Pier Hotel: The rooms sleep up to five adults, and the suites sleep up to thirteen adults. The rooms come with a coffee maker, a mini-refrigerator, and a safe, and the suites have these along with a microwave.

 

The hotel restaurant features a character breakfast in the morning and serves Italian food the rest of the day. There’s also a lounge, along with a snack bar offering grab-and-go foods like sandwiches and hot dogs.

Paradise Pier Hotel 2014
The hotel has a fitness center and rooftop swimming pool.

 

On-site parking is available for a $20 per day for self parking, and $30 per day for valet parking.

1717 S. Disneyland Drive, Anaheim, CA 92802, USA

 

 

Off-site hotels:

The following four hotels are all the closest to California Adventure, being 0.4 km (.25 miles) away from the theme park.

 

Best Western Plus Anaheim Inn ✰✰✰: The rooms sleep up to seven people and come with a microwave, refrigerator, and tea and coffee making facilities. Breakfast included.

Fitness center and swimming pool.

Free parking.

Check-in: 3 pm

Check-out: 12 pm

1630 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, CA 92802, USA

 

Grand Legacy at the Park ✰✰✰: Rooms are available that sleep up to ten people and they come with a coffee machine. Children up to 16 stay for free when using existing beds.

Swimming pool with jacuzzi.

On-site parking is available for $19.89 per day.

Check-in: 3 pm

Check-out: 12 pm

1650 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, CA 92802, USA

 

Anaheim Desert Inn & Suites ✰✰✰: Besides being within walking distance of California Adventure, this is the closest off-site hotel to Disneyland, being located right across the street.

Rooms are available that sleep up to ten people and breakfast is included.

Swimming pool with jacuzzi.

On-site parking is available for an additional charge.

Check-in: 3 pm

Check-out: 11 am

1600 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, CA 92802, USA

 

Anaheim Hotel ✰✰✰: The rooms sleep up to five people and come with a coffee maker and small refrigerator.

The hotel has an on-site pizza restaurant.

There’s a fitness center, along with a swimming pool and hot tub.

On-site parking is available for $12 per day.

Check-in: 4 pm

Check-out: 11 am

1700 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, CA 92802, USA

 

Airports

 

Los Angeles is served by several airports, and all of them are within about an hour’s drive from Disneyland. The closest airports are:

John Wayne Airport, Santa Ana (SNA) is 22.2 km (13.8 miles) away. It takes 19 minutes on the fastest route.

 

Long Beach Airport (LGB) is 29.5 km (18.3 miles) away and the drive takes 26 minutes on the fastest route.

 

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is 53.6 (33.3 miles) away and the drive takes 38 minutes on the fastest route.

 

LA/Ontario Airport (ONT) is 57.5 km (35.7 miles) away and the fastest trip takes 48 minutes.

 

Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR) is 64.7 (40.2 miles) away and the drive takes just over an hour on the fastest route.

 

 

Amtrak Station

ARTIC Front
Anaheim and the Disneyland Resort are served by the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC) which is a combined bus and rail station. Besides Amtrak, other transportation providers that stop at ARTIC are Greyhound, Metrolink, Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), Megabus, and Anaheim Resort Transportation (ART).

 

 

 

 

 

Links to Other Websites About Disneyland

 

Yesterland: If you’re a fan of vintage Disneyland, you might enjoy this website that contains a lot of photos of Disneyland from the 1950s to the present and chronicles the changes that have occured there over the years.

 

Hotels near other amusement parks in Southern California:

 

Legoland California

SeaWorld San Diego

 

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