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Room Service at the Disneyland Resort Hotels?


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  • [Question] Room Service at the Disneyland Resort Hotels?

    Does anyone have any experience with ordering food through room service at the Disneyland Resort hotels? My understanding from a phone call to Guest Services is that the menus are particular to each hotel, do not represent any particular restaurant and are available for viewing at the Front Desk.

    It would make a difference to me selecting a hotel, what sort of food I could get through Room Service. It seems to me we are failing to exploit a potential upscale marketing niche.
    "Ignore the Chihuahua behind the curtain."

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    Re: Room Service at the Disneyland Resort Hotels?

    Google Disneyland hotel room service menu, and a website will show that has the menu's for the hotels as well as most menus for the resort.


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