A landmark since 1955, the Disneyland Hotel has been a place where celebrities and dignitaries have flocked, and today we celebrate the completion of its largest renovation.
For more than two years, Imagineers and cast members have worked to reinvigorate the hotel with Disneyland history and heritage. From the pool to the restaurant and bar, the rooms and the exterior, and the re-theming of each tower, the reimagined hotel makes for a unique family experience.
The Fantasy Tower lobby now showcases Mary Blair artwork, creating an instant connection to “it’s a small world.” In addition to the scale model of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad adorning the lobby, the Frontier Tower comes alive with a geyser and waterfall that pay tribute to the Mine Train through Nature’s Wonderland, a 1960s Disneyland park attraction. At the Adventure Tower, guests can now see the Jungle Cruise characters incorporated into the design, and the exterior of all three towers features an energy efficient, sky blue reflective glass.
Check out my post about Trader Sam’s – Enchanted Tiki Bar and Tangaroa Terrace, two delicious eateries you’ll want try and Erin’s post about the new pool, a fun tropical hideaway right here in Anaheim.
Hope to see you at the Disneyland Hotel soon!