Finding Hotels Near Disneyland

We’ll help you in finding that elusive “great deal” on hotels near Disneyland!

Finding a hotel never seems to be a real problem around Disneyland – there seems to be 8 billion little places to stay!  But how do you find the right hotel at the right price?  Jason, Terrence, and Taren walk you through the steps they use for finding the perfect hotels near Disneyland!  It’s not all about price – location matters after a vacation to The Happiest Place on Earth.   After all, the last thing you want to be doing before you climb into those over-bleached sheets at your hotel-of-choice is to walk for 30, right?  Us, too, so we tell you all the factors that come into play for us when choosing a hotel.

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Have you had it up to there after a long day at the park? This lady is staying at a hotel far away. Why? Because she forgot to listen to us!
Have you had it up to there after a long day at the park? This lady is staying at a hotel far away. Why? Because she forgot to listen to us!
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6 Replies to “Finding Hotels Near Disneyland

  1. Guys, the AAA tickets DO include free parking for EACH day of your ticket. So for example, a three day ticket includes 3 days of parking. That’s a pretty big saving of $48 just for parking alone, not to mention the slight discount on the actual ticket price which can add up for a family of 4 or more.

    Also, the AAA discounts can often be excellent. When I was planning a trip to Disneyland last year, AAA discounts were even better than travel industry rates I had access to! That was if I booked directly through sites like Marriott or Best Western or Double Tree, etc.

    1. HA! Well we can’t all be perfect – thanks for clearing the discounts up for us, Matt. When you make it to the states let’s grab a beer.

  2. I remember when the neighborhood around Disneyland had themed motels, like the Peter Pan Motor Lodge. There were also a few Disneyland connections in the Patty Hearst kidnapping from the 1970’s. Apparently, one of the SLA terrorist kidnappers, Emily Harris, used to work at the original Disneyland hotel. Also, the kidnappers and Patty Hearst holed up in “a hotel near Disneyand” during the police shootout and fire hat killed the other SLA members. I always wanted to know which hotel it was, but all the descriptions I’ve seen are vague.

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