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  • [Question] Disenyland Hotel Room Layouts??

    Hey everyone, my family is planning a family vacation to Disneyland in the next yearish, and there will about 9 of us. I was just wondering if there were some pictures of room layouts??

    5 people in each room. One room with 2 adults, 3 kids. So this room would need 4 beds. And the other room with all adults. One married couple and one brother and sister. So this room would need 3 beds.

    I understand that some of the Disney hotels have big rooms, and maybe even joined rooms. Am looking for layout pictures, and if possible room price, just to have a idea for the cost.

    Any help would be greatly appreaciated. Thank you.

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    Re: Disenyland Hotel Room Layouts??

    You can get a room which sleeps 5, two beds and a daybed/couch. Really sounds like you need three or four rooms if you want more true beds.
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      Re: Disenyland Hotel Room Layouts??

      Anyone??

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        Re: Disenyland Hotel Room Layouts??

        I have seen any room layout diagrams for the Disney hotels. However from previous experience, I know the standard room comes with 2 double beds. The suites have two rooms. The one I have stayed in had a king bed in 1 room and two twins in the other room. The pricing depends on time of the time of year, day of week, etc. You can get specific pricing by going to Disneyland.com and searching for rooms.

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          Re: Disenyland Hotel Room Layouts??

          What's the total budget for the group?

          are you willing to stay at a non Disney owned hotel?

          will you have vehicles?

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            Re: Disenyland Hotel Room Layouts??

            Travel for Kids | Anaheim (Disneyland) family hotels
            $149 + tax for Camelot 2 queen bed suite. Family suite w 3 beds $229. Incl continental breakfast.
            Happy planning!

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              Re: Disenyland Hotel Room Layouts??

              Our last trip was February 2012, stayed at DL hotel. As of the remodel they no longer have the rooms with a king and adjoining room with two twins. Their standard rooms have two queens. I've never stayed in the suites and haven't seen any floor plans anywhere. If you call, they will be happy to tell you what rooms could accommodate. Depending on the age of the kids, the Grand has rooms with a queen and twin bunk beds with a trundle, sleeping 3 kids. But the bunk twins are small, works great for my 9,6 and 2 year old. What time of year are you going?

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                Re: Disenyland Hotel Room Layouts??

                This may be too late for you. I found this while looking on Youtube for videos of DL Hotel.

                The video is the Disneyland Hotel. It's a bedroom room with a connecting room. So there are 2 bedrooms with and a living room.



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