The Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, California has officially reopened for the first time since March 2020. It is indeed a welcome sight to behold. Unfortunately, the hotel is no longer what it once was. Quite a few changes have taken place.
Construction and the Towers
The only tower currently open to guests of the hotel is the Fantasy tower where the main lobby, convention center and dining options are. The Fantasy tower has two different view types for rooms. It offers standard and premium views. The Standard views are views in this tower overlook the parking area, but higher floors have an excellent chance of seeing fireworks! Premium view rooms overlook the center of the hotel where the pool is located.
There is construction ongoing between the Frontier and Fantasy towers where the convention center is. The hotel is adding on a wing for its Disney Vacation Club members.
There are two options for parking for registered hotel guests: $25 for self-parking or $35 for valet parking.
The Disneyland Hotel has two main pools, the E-ticket and D-ticket pools, the Monorail water slide and two smaller kiddy pools. There are poolside cabanas for rental depending on the day. Towels are available poolside.
The hotel’s two main dining restaurants, Goofy’s Kitchen and Steakhouse 55, remain closed. There is currently no character dining available on resort property.
Tangaroa Terrace is available for quick service out by the pool area and Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar offers table-service. From morning until early afternoon, the hotel Coffee House serves snacks and refreshments.
Room service is not available.
Is open at reduced hours.
There are two shops in the Fantasy tower: Fantasia Shop and Small World Gifts. Both are fully open and encourage guests to visit. While they do accept cash, the preferred option is card.
Masks are required for all guests over the age of two. Theme park reservations are also required.
The hotel bell service team will deliver luggage to a room only.