Inside the Signature Suites of the Disneyland Hotel

Erin Glover

by , Director, Publicity, Walt Disney Animation Studios

I love the Disneyland Hotel – it completely surrounds guests with the magic and nostalgia of Disneyland park, creating an experience that is unique among our Disney resorts. While all of the hotel’s guest rooms feature magical Disney touches, the Signature Suites are where guests can be fully immersed in the magic of Disneyland. We recently stepped inside these amazing suites to bring you an insider’s look.

PLEASE NOTE: The interactive mirror shown in the Mickey Mouse Penthouse is no longer offered.

If I had to choose, I think I’d stay in the Adventureland Suite. I mean, the Stone Grotto – who could resist that? Which is your favorite Disneyland Hotel Signature Suite? Tell us in the comments!


  • It would absolutley have to be the Pirates suite!!! YARRR!!! How does one look into the cost of such a suite?

    • ‘Tis tough to say, Cap’n Joe, as rates be subject to season an’ availability … Yarrr

  • Hey! Does anyone know what attractions are open for the Magic Morning in California Adventure Park? Thanks in advance for any advice!


    • Hi Joan – Extra Magic Hour allows early admission to select attractions, stores, entertainment and dining locations in either Disneyland or Disney California Adventure park one hour before the park opens to the general public. Availability for these experiences is subject to change, so it’s best to ask a cast member as you enter the park.

  • Hi Erin,

    My son saw this video and is really excited about it. I am hoping for a trip out to Disneyland Resort in October and this is a real possibility.

    Thank you for sharing this lovely piece.


    • Glad you both enjoyed it, Jackie!

  • OK, just put a new experience on my birthday wish list… I agree, a week would be just about perfect. Time to enjoy both parks, the room, and the dining. Cost would probably be about the same as a Disney cruise, but hey, you can’t take it with you and life is about fabulous experiences!

  • What’s the cost of a suite per night?

    • That’s hard for me to estimate, Steve, because rates are subject to season and availability.

  • I would Love to stay in the Pirates Suite!!!

  • Love this video! It’s always been my dream to take my family to Disneyland and stay in one of these suites! I have always wondered- how many people can the larger suites accommodate?

    • Good question, Charin. The Big Thunder Suite, which is one of the larger Signature Suites, can accommodate up to six guests.

  • We would love to enjoy the spectacular Mickey Mouse Penthouse Suite. We will be at the hotel on the 4th of July and to watch the fireworks from that room would be absolutely amazing! Lucky are those who can afford those wonderfully themed signature suites. Some can only dream. We will continue to enjoy our “Happiest Place on Earth” and never stop dreaming. Thanks for sharing this topic Erin. We love the Disneyland Hotel too =) Happy Friday!

  • Hi Erin!

    Been following your blog for a while, time to join the comment community 🙂 Here goes my first.

    I am torn between the Adventureland Suite and the Fairy Tale Suite, with its pure attention to the romantic and amazing views.

    In the end, the winner is… The Adventureland Suite.
    The tie-breaker being: Yep, The Stone Grotto. I mean, are you kidding me? Fantastic.

    Of course, the The Disneyland Dream Suite is 2,600 square feet.

    Um. I could settle for that one as a consolation. 🙂

    • Welcome, Gary!

  • The stone grotto looks incredible, but I think the fairy tale suite has a lot of amazing touches to go along with an incredible view. I’d choose that one or the Mickey Mouse Penthouse because, hey, Mickey’s in your mirror!

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