The Disneyland Resort hotel at Disneyland. By the time we visited they had been remodeling it for some time and I must say I thought it was extremely nice. I love the fact that their rooms sleep five people and there is free internet! I could tell that the remodel was going to be going on for quite a while, there were by no means done. 

Here are some photos I took. We stayed in the main tower, the one with the check-in desk.  Our room did not face the pool, but the parking lot. It is $15 a day to park a car in self-park.  We could see the fireworks in Disneyland from our room.

Disneyland Resort

I love the details in the bathroom. Can you see Mickey Mouse?

Disneyland Resort Hotel

Disneyland Hotel

Disneyland Hotel
This is the headboard that runs over both beds.  When you press a button it plays music and lights up. Little kids love this feature. 

Disneyland Hotel

The pool is heated.  I wish I had known before we went, I didn’t pack swimsuits. I assumed it would be way too cold to swim, but it is heated well and is fine to swim in year-round. I saw people using the pool. They provide towels at the pool.

Hotel at Disneyland
You can tell from the pictures that the pool is in the shape of Mickey Mouse.  I don’t know how I didn’t realize that until I looked at the pictures.

Disneyland Hotel
Hotel Restaurants

Disneyland Hotel has several restaurants:

Steakhouse 55 a low-lit, classic Hollywood-style restaurant where premium steaks, seafood and an impressive selection of wines are yours to savor nightly.

Tangaroa Terrace offers big island bites.

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Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar has creative cocktails.  Craving more magic?

Goofy’s Kitchen is a delightful all-you-care-to-enjoy buffet with Goofy.

I must mention a few things that I did not get pictures of.

    • There is a fitness center for guests ages 14 and up.
    • They also have a child care facility, Pinocchio’s Workshop, over at the other hotel Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel. Open from 5 p.m. until 12 a.m. and costs $13 per child per hour.
    • You can get supplies and directions to play a trivia game in the parks at Guest Services.