Disneyland Hotel Completes Major Two-Year Renovation Project
For over a year now, we’ve been bringing you news of the exciting renovation project that’s been going on at the Disneyland Hotel at the Disneyland Resort. Now, we’re excited to bring you the news that the hotel’s renovation is finally complete, with many new additions and changes that guests are sure to love.
“This exciting renovation extends the immersion and magic of our park experience to this classic hotel,” said Tony Bruno, vice president Resort hotels and Downtown Disney. “We’ve woven important pieces of Disneyland park history into the Disneyland Hotel, particularly with the reopening of the pool and courtyard area. These nostalgic enhancements not only highlight the hotel’s unique heritage, but also our continued investment in the guest experience and our ongoing work to evolve the Resort and Anaheim into a world-class, multiday tourist destination.”
As part of the renovations, all 969 rooms in the hotel have been fully renovated, in addition to the re-theming of the Hotel’s three towers to the Fantasy, Frontier, and Adventure Towers. The towers pay tribute to Disneyland’s early days, with artwork and even attraction models from beloved Disneyland attractions adorning each tower’s lobby. The exterior of the towers now feature new sky blue reflective glass, which is more energy efficient. The renovated guest rooms include such exciting new features as new headboards over the beds that are adorned with artistic carvings of Sleeping Beauty Castle. These headboards also use fiber optics to create a fantastic fireworks scene, bringing the magical experience of the theme park into the hotel room while playing “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes.”
For guests who want an even more extravagant experience, the Hotel has also been upgraded with some very special themed suites in each tower. Guests can enjoy such extravagant accommodations as the Big Thunder Suite, the Mickey Mouse Penthouse, and a suite themed to Pirates of the Caribbean. These exquisitely designed suites transport some of Disneyland’s most beloved theming and details to the hotel for guests to enjoy even away from the park.
Outside of the guest rooms, the Hotel has introduced even more new renovations for guests to enjoy. The hotel features a new themed water area, with two new swimming pools for guests to enjoy, the “D-Ticket” and “E-Ticket” pools. In addition, the hotel now boasts two water slides, each themed to the monorail. Each water slide features a replica of the Mark I Monorail cars, which guests slide through on their way to the bottom. Hungry guests will be sure to love the Hotel’s new restaurant complex, which includes the Tangaroa Terrace quick-service restaurant and Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar, a tiki-themed bar that draws inspiration from such beloved Disneyland attractions as The Enchanted Tiki Room and the Jungle Cruise.
To book a stay at the Disneyland Hotel and take advantage of these fantastic renovations, visit www.disneyland.com.