Hotels near Disneyland
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If you're planning a vacation to Anaheim, California, there's a good chance part of your holiday is going to include a couple days at the Disneyland Resort. If your main reason for staying in Anaheim is to visit Disneyland, it's worth booking a hotel close to the resort. 

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Disneyland

Neighborhoods near Disneyland
Buena ParkAnaheim
Comfort Inn and Suites Anaheim
Comfort Inn and Suites Anaheim
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8.6
Excellent
300 E Katella Ave, Anaheim
from $89
Cortona Inn & Suites Anaheim Resort
Cortona Inn & Suites Anaheim Resort
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7.8
Good
2029 S. Harbor Blvd, Anaheim
from $73
Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel-On Disneyland® Resort Property
Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel-On Disneyland® Resort Property
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8.3
Excellent
1717 S Disneyland Dr, Anaheim
from $216
Super 8 by Wyndham Anaheim/Disneyland Drive
Super 8 by Wyndham Anaheim/Disneyland Drive
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7.4
Good
915 S Disneyland Dr, Anaheim
from $69
Baymont by Wyndham Anaheim
Baymont by Wyndham Anaheim
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7.3
Good
727 S Beach Blvd, Anaheim
from $69
Howard Johnson by Wyndham Anaheim Hotel & Water Playground
Howard Johnson by Wyndham Anaheim Hotel & Water Playground
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8.5
Excellent
1380 S Harbor Blvd, Anaheim
from $135
Four Points by Sheraton Anaheim
Four Points by Sheraton Anaheim
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7.3
Good
1221 S Harbor Blvd, Anaheim
from $108
Quality Inn & Suites Anaheim Maingate
Quality Inn & Suites Anaheim Maingate
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8.0
Excellent
871 S Harbor Blvd, Anaheim
from $55
Americas Best Value Astoria Inn and Suites
Americas Best Value Astoria Inn and Suites
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8.2
Excellent
426 W Ball Road, Anaheim
from $55
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Anaheim
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Anaheim
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8.1
Excellent
1240 S Walnut St, Anaheim
from $84
More About Hotels near Disneyland...

Disneyland Resort, Anaheim California

The Disneyland Resort is made up of two theme parks, Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure. There is a Downtown Disney District and three official resort property hotels. Disneyland opened its gates on July 17, 1955, and underwent several periods of expansion. Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel and Disney's Grand California Hotel & Spa open in 2000 and 2001 respectively. Both the Downtown Disney District and Disney California Adventure opened in early 2001. 

Official Disney Resort Hotels Versus Good Neighbor Hotels 

If you choose to book an official Disney Resort hotel, like Disneyland Hotel, Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel, or Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, you will receive the most perks and benefits. Although you still have to pay for parking as a hotel guest, other benefits like free Wi-Fi, Extra Magic Hours (entrance an hour early to Disneyland or Disney California Adventure), merchandise delivery, and special entrance through the Grand Californian Hotel are worth the splurge. 

Good Neighbor Hotels are Disney-approved quality hotels that are located near Disneyland Park. These are typically cheaper hotels than the official resort options and still offer a number of benefits, including selling Disneyland packages and tickets. If you're loyal to specific brands or want a familiar name for your Disneyland vacation, there are Good Neighbor Marriott, Hilton, and Sheraton hotels close to Disneyland as well.  

Disneyland Tickets 

Tickets for the Disneyland Resort include single-day tickets, park hoppers, multi-day tickets, and several different types of annual passes. By default, these are one-park-per-day tickets, or you can add the park hopper option for a flat fee. It's important to note that a two-day standard ticket costs just a little more than a one-day park hopper so it's worth spending at least two days exploring the Disneyland Resort to really get your money's worth. If you purchase a three-day or longer package, you get one early admission to select attractions and stores at Disneyland Park a full hour before Disneyland opens for general admission. Magic Mornings are only applicable to tickets purchased in advance, rather than onsite at Disneyland Resort ticket booths.