Today, Disney announced that the Disneyland Hotel will be reopening on July 2 — just several weeks away! Reservations are now available for the hotel online, but staying here comes with a high price tag.
The Disneyland Resort is going through a phased reopening after a year-long closure as a result of the ongoing pandemic. The theme parks of the Disneyland Resort officially reopened on April 30, so now both Disneyland and Disney California are reopened!
The Grand Californian was the first hotel to reopen at the Disneyland Resort on April 29. We also know that June 15 will mark the reopening of Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel and reservations are available. Today, we learned that on July 2, the Disneyland Hotel will be reopening!
At the announcement of the reopening of the Disneyland Hotel, there was a short virtual queue immediately on the Disneyland website. The prices for one-night stay are pretty high — a Standard View room will cost $595 per night, putting any Guest who wants to stay two or more nights well over a thousand dollars for their stay — and remember, that is not including theme park tickets.
You can see that a Standard View room will start at just under $600, which would put you at around $1,200 for two nights. Now, it is no secret that staying that the Disneyland Hotel is expensive. Prices are typically at least $400 for a room at the hotel, but do get more expensive during busy seasons for the Disneyland Resort, such as summer or the holidays. So, if you want to stay at least two nights at the hotel, and you want to visit the theme parks every day, a Disneyland vacation (or staycation, if you are quite local) can cost your family thousands of dollars.
Perhaps Disney knows that Guest demand for the Disneyland Hotel is high after a year-long hiatus? I know I am excited to see it reopen!
Remember that in order to visit either Disneyland or Disney California Adventure you must have valid theme park admission as well as an online reservation. Staying at a hotel at the Disneyland Resort does not guarantee you access to the theme parks.
You can however enjoy Downtown Disney for shopping and dining as that is currently open and does not require a ticket or advanced online reservation.
Will you be staying at the Disneyland Hotel when it reopens? Or do you think the price per night is too high? Let us know in the comments!