Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, California {review and photos}

Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to stay at the Disneyland Hotel on Disneyland property during the #BraveCarsLandEvent. Not only was this my first time staying at the Disneyland Hotel, but it was my very first Disneyland experience!

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The Disneyland Hotel had recently been remodeled, which definitely showed in its clean, modern rooms.

Disneyland Hotel Bathroom momspark.net

Disneyland Hotel Room Bathroom

Disneyland Hotel Beds momspark.net

Disneyland Hotel Room Beds – check out the beautiful headboard!

Disneyland Hotel Dresser momspark.net

Disneyland Hotel Room Entertainment Center/Armoire Disneyland Hotel Room Mirror momspark.net

Disneyland Hotel Room Mirror – I seriously want one of these mirrors for my house!

Since the Disneyland Hotel is on Disneyland property, you can walk to Downtown Disney and both parks by foot. Although it was a bit of a trek to the parks (you walk past the hotel grounds, and then through Downtown Disney to get there), I found it convenient not needing a shuttle/bus/monorail. I would highly recommend a stroller if you have little children, as they will surely tire from the walk.

Disneyland Hotel Store Small World momspark.net

“small world Gifts & Sundries” store in Disneyland Hotel Lobby

My time at the Disneyland Hotel was short, so I didn’t get a chance to try one of the five restaurants or one of the three pools at the resort. However, I do think the Disneyland Hotel is a great value for the price and like all Disney properties, this hotel is a fun, happy place that children and families will enjoy.

Learn more about the Disneyland Hotel by visiting disneyland.disney.go.com/disneyland-hotel.

Disclosure: Disney/Pixar sponsored travel, accommodations and activities during my stay at the Disneyland Hotel. Thoughts are my own. Read Mom Spark’s full disclosure here.

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Amy Bellgardt

AMY BELLGARDT is a wife and mom of two boys, as well as founder and lead blogger at Mom Spark. Amy also manages Mom Spark Media, a social media marketing firm.

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