The winter holidays are just around the corner and Disney fans are keeping an eye out for Disneyland Resort Hotel reservations. Disney properties are a spectacular place to celebrate the holidays, but with the reopening guidelines for California theme parks prolonging the closure, the decision by Disneyland is to push back new hotel reservations for their properties.
Just a few weeks ago, Disney was set to begin allowing new reservations at the Disneyland Hotel, Grand Californian Resort and Spa, and Paradise Pier Hotel at the beginning of November, but now we’ll all have to wait a few more weeks.
If you have an existing reservation for one of the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort, check your email as Disney has been sending out notifications for Guests to postpone or cancel reservations booked through November 7th. New reservations can’t be made until November 16, so if any Guests need assistance with their existing reservation you should contact Disney ASAP at (714) 520-5050 between the hours of 7:00 am PT and 9:00 pm PT, 7 days a week.
As we learned through the Disneyland website today, the Hotels of the Disneyland Resort can now be reserved from November 16th going forward. The Disneyland on-site hotel room reservations do not currently allow access into Disneyland Park or Disney California Adventures as new tickets sales are paused until the parks reopen. However, if you want to book a stay and get back to some of the Disneyland magic especially during the most festive time of year, click here to work with an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner who can help.
In the meantime, Guests are still very much enjoying the Disney magic at outdoor promenade of Downtown Disney. It certainly is still an enchanting spot to experience the wonders of the holiday season with Disney. We will update Inside the Magic if we see any holiday decorations popping up on Disneyland Resort property this year (note that all images in this article are from past years).
We will continue to update our website as we receive more information about the Disneyland Resort theme parks and hotels. In press conference with California theme park presidents, Disney president, Ken Potrock shared about the next steps for reopening the theme parks.