Monday, August 18, 2014

Disneyland Good Neighbor Hotel Map

I came across this map and wanted to post it for those who are interested in staying at one of these hotels during their visit to Disneyland. This gives you a good idea where each hotel is located in comparison to each Disney Park and to each other. After seeing this map, I may reconsider where I am staying for Tinkerbell weekend.  ( You may have to enlarge your screen)

                 Are you visiting DL for any of the race weekends? If so, where are you staying?

5 comments:

  1. We stayed at the Anabella Hotel for Tink earlier this year and it was ok - great location but the rooms need a serious update. Next time I'll be staying at a Disney-owned hotel hopefully!

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  2. We stayed at the Candy Cane Inn in 2009 and last year. I love how it's all within walking distance to both the parks and restaurants.

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  3. We went to Disneyland last year and stayed at the Fairfield Inn which I thought was great. It was just a short walk away, the staff was great, and the rooms were clean. We weren't in the hotel much other than to sleep so that was pretty much all we were looking for. The pool was nothing to write home about but we were fine with that. We had just come from staying a few days in a swanky hotel in LA so had our fill of that there :)

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  4. This is perfect! We're planning our first trip for next year and are thinking about a good neighbor hotel. Right now looking at maybe Candy Cane or Camelot. It's hard to know which ones are good!

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  5. Wow I knew they had a lot, but they have a crazy amount of awesome hotels there!

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