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DLR Hotels and Park Tickets


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  • [Question] DLR Hotels and Park Tickets

    i hope this question makes sense:
    are park tickets included in your room rate at the Disneyland Resort Hotels? or do you have to purchase tickets in addition to your hotel room?


    a friend said they recently got an email about a vacation package where you can stay at the paradise pier hotel for $119 a night. anyone have anymore info on this? thanks!
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    Re: DLR Hotels and Park Tickets

    All I can say is that Park Tickets are not included with a stay at the Disneyland Hotel if you "just" book a room.

    The Walt Disney Travel Company does sell packages that include both the hotel and parks admission, but it is based on how many folks are attending, what there ages are, etc.

    If you just call the Disneyland Hotel and book a room, that is what you are doing, booking a room ONLY. Disney will be happy to sell you Park Admission at the Front Desk for an additional cost.
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      Re: DLR Hotels and Park Tickets

      And most of the "packages" are basically "Full Priced" sometimes you can get a 5% Discount on the Room via AAA Vacations. Best bet usually is finding a Room Only Rate and picking up the tickets online or via AAA, or Costco.


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