Where is Disneyland?
Disneyland is located in Anaheim, California, which is about a half an hour from downtown Los Angeles with no traffic.
When will Disneyland reopen?
Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park will open to guests on April 30, 2021 with limitations in place.
What are COVID restrictions at Disneyland?
When it opens, capacity will be limited to 15 to 35% and only for California residents in groups no larger than three households. Masks are required in public areas and to enter a park, both a park reservation and valid theme park admission ticket, for the same park on the same date, are required. A hotel reservation does not guarantee theme park access.
The Downtown Disney District is open with select businesses, and many offerings within parks, hotels, restaurants, attractions, and experiences will be modified or unavailable.
How much does a Disneyland hotel cost?
In addition to the typical starting and peak prices we’ve already noted, hotel costs change based on the time of year. Expect higher prices anytime school isn’t in session, such as spring break vacation, holidays, and most of the summer. The most expensive prices will typically start in October and stay high through March or April.
Prices may dip in late spring, or in later summer when hot temperatures deter some crowds.
How much are Disneyland tickets?
The price of admission to Disneyland or Disney California Adventure depends on the type of ticket you purchase, the age of the guest, and how many days you want to enter the parks. Click here for a full breakdown of Disneyland ticket prices.
How many Disneyland hotels are there?
There are three official Disneyland hotels: Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, the Disneyland Hotel, and Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel.
Which hotels are best near Disneyland?
All the hotels on this list are worth your consideration, but perhaps the most important distinguishing factor is distance.
While the Grand Californian Hotel & Spa is located directly next to California Adventure (and boasts a private guest entrance), other hotels are far away. If you opt to stay off-site, make sure your hotel provides a shuttle or has an Anaheim Resort Transportation (or ART as it is called) stop, which connects many hotels with the theme parks with hop-on, hop-off service. Prices start at $6 per day for adults, and kids under 12 are two for $5.
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