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  • [Question] Disneyland Hotel pool

    I am planning a family trip in July to Disneyland, and we are staying at a friendly neighbor hotel. I would love to check out the Disneyland Hotel pool for the day, but as most hotels go, I imagine the privilege is restricted to hotel guests.

    Would anyone know if the hotel offers a pool pass for a fee? Has anyone rented a cabana? Was it worth however much you paid for it? I know that cabanas are often more money than they're worth and the amenities are ultimately what you're paying for. If the cabana rental were cheaper than a day pass per person overall, then I'd do it. Otherwise, I don't care to watch TV when I'm poolside. I'm there to swim and have fun!

    Any insight is helpful. Thank you!

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    Re: Disneyland Hotel pool

    Sorry the pool is for resort guests. BTW the Cabanas are about $120 for a half day and nearly $200 for a whole day.
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