“Exploring The Villas at Disneyland Hotel: A New Level of Disney Magic for Staycations”

Breaking Down Our Magical Update

  • The Villas at Disneyland Hotel, inspired by Walt Disney Animation Studios, has officially opened and offers a contemporary twist and memorable backdrop for vacations.
  • This is the 16th Disney Vacation Club property, the first dedicated Disney Vacation Club property at Disneyland Resort since 2009, and the first new tower of Disneyland Hotel since 1979.
  • The Villas at Disneyland Hotel features 344 creatively themed guest rooms that immerse guests in the worlds of iconic Disney stories, with suites celebrating films such as “The Jungle Book”, “Sleeping Beauty”, and “Fantasia”.
  • The opening ceremony featured Bill Diercksen, senior vice president and general manager of Disney Vacation Club and Dan Coleman, general manager of Disneyland Hotel. Disney cast members and characters also joined the fun, making the event one for the Disney history books.
  • Lorelay Bové, a Disney Animation artist, created a mural specifically for The Villas, welcoming visitors into the hotel lobby.
  • The accommodations range from duo studios perfect for two guests to three-bedroom grand villas catering to up to 12 guests, each room sparking the magic of creativity and storytelling.
  • One of the new features is the Palette Pool area where guests can relax and unwind or little ones can play in the “Steamboat Willie” splash pad.
  • This hotel offers prime location convenience, being only steps away from Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure Park and the Downtown Disney District.
  • To learn more about Disney Vacation Club or The Villas at Disneyland Hotel, visit DisneyVacationClub.com or TheVillasatDisneylandHotel.com.

The Realist’s Take

Don’t you love it when your childhood dreams collide with your adult reality? If you always daydreamed aboout basking in the luxury of Disney magic around the clock, welcome to Disneyland Hotel’s newest high-rise dream, ‘The Villas’. This grown-up sequel to your favorite Disney animations allows you to unwind in a Jungle Book themed studio or maybe make some ‘Frozen’ memories in a three-bedroom grand villa. (Who said you can’t build a snowman in California?) Stepping into Disneyland is no longer the magical part of the journey, stepping into your hotel room is! To top it off, you can even splash around with Mickey in the innovative ‘Steamboat Willie’ splash pad. And the best part? It’s all just steps away from Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park. But let’s face it, with a hotel that’s a theme park in itself, who needs another? Get ready to rewrite your definition of ‘staycation.’