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Tips for booking Disneyland Hotel


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  • Tips for booking Disneyland Hotel

    I know there are a few threads out there regarding the hotels at the DLR, but I still need your help! Of all the times that we have been to Disneyland, we have never stayed at any of the resort hotels. Our two year-old wakes up every morning crying that we can't take him to Disneyland today. So we decided that Feb. 20-24 would be a great time to go. I have read through some of the threads, read, but I cannot seem to get any type of a decent rate at the Disneyland Hotel. I called the resort reservation line yesterday, and they said that the best rate I could get was $216 for a city view room (with my Disney Visa). The AP discount was $259! I may be cheap, but I am not willing to pay that much for a place to sleep.

    Many of the threads here talk about rates between $89 and $129. I figured that going in the "off-season" and during the week we would get these rates. Are there just too many conventions at this time or what? Is there any hope left in getting the lower rates? Any tips as to how to go about getting better rates at the DLH would be greatly appreciated. If anybody has the inside scoop on this, I know it is you guys!!

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    Re: Tips for booking Disneyland Hotel

    mousesaver have the discount code. for lower price you need the code.
    the code are show up mail-out or post card.

    weekend is more money than weekdays sunday - thurs
    I give the web page that have the codes.
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      Re: Tips for booking Disneyland Hotel

      Hi Grumpy, I also would love to stay there when I go April 1st thru the 5th!
      So please, if any one can help me to I would apprecialt it! we need a total package with flight out of Butte Montana. ( for 1 adult and 1 11 year old child)


      • #4
        Re: Tips for booking Disneyland Hotel

        I called this morning to see if a different operator could give me some more info, unfortunately all of the dates for Feb 20-24 are booked solid. Expedia shows that several of the hotels are full those dates as well. I tried the various promo codes from, and I still didn't get any rates that are better than $216 for some of the dates that there was availability. I am begining to think that I am just one of those very unlucky people.


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          Re: Tips for booking Disneyland Hotel

          I'm not too familiar with it, but maybe if you book further out in the year now, it'll be cheaper? My husband does all that planning, so I can't be of much help!
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          and the stars come out,
          I'll look up on her behalf.
          I'll look up in the sky and think of you."


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            Re: Tips for booking Disneyland Hotel

            I'd say keep trying. We were there last weekend and got a rate of $99/night. I had been checking since October and the rates were around $219 to $259. I got the $99 AP rate about two weeks before our trip.


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