You're paying a princely sum to stay at the Disneyland Hotel, so naturally you expect to find a royal guestroom. Well, the standard guestrooms are fairly basic (more on the spectacular suites in a moment) with beds, double vanities and rather small bathrooms with tub. But for what the room lacks in luxury, Disney makes up for in magical decor, including an etching of the layout of Disneyland plans from '55, light up Sleeping Beauty Castle headboards that can lull you to sleep, and Mickey hands holding up light sconces in the bathroom.
... read more The rooms come with free Wi-Fi, a copy of USA Today daily, a small fridge and a hair dryer. Disney no longer equips the rooms with microwaves (you'll find a self service microwave in the Coffee House) or coffeemakers (but you can request one when you register with the front desk).
Every room comes with a Pack 'n Play, and you'll find bed rails tucked under the mattress of each bed. If you need assistance pulling it out or erecting it, just call guest services at no additional charge. Your room will receive a thorough cleaning each morning, but make a special request to the front desk if you'd like an evening turndown service. You'll need to keep your stroller with you in your guestroom; special storage isn't available.
The one-, two-, or three-bedroom suite options offer king and queen beds, pullout sofas and twin beds. The suites sleep six to 10 guests.
Set on a room with a little more splendor? Then the Mickey or princess themed Character Quarters are ideal. These themed suites are fun for kids and adults and sleep six with king, queen and double bed options. A sleeper sofa or day bed are also available.
The suite themes include: Adventureland, Ambassador, Big Thunder, Blue Sky, Fairytale, Pirates of the Caribbean Suite, and of course, the Mickey Mouse Penthouse. Learn more about the Micky Mouse Penthouse (and other themed hotel rooms) in Best Kid-Themed Hotel Rooms. less