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What you should know about Disneyland - Anaheim

Anaheim is known throughout the world as the city with a magical kingdom at its heart. For more than half a century Walt Disney's themed resort has been pulling the crowds in by the millions. Some come to meet treasured family favorites from Disney's film universe, others to be thrilled by the rides at Disney California Adventure. Either way, Disneyland Anaheim can rightfully claim to be the place where Walt's own dream finally came true.

Hotels in Disneyland Anaheim

With the scores of hotels in Disneyland Anaheim you'll find plenty of choice, whatever your tastes. The majority are strung along 2 miles of Harbor Boulevard opposite Disneyland, including the 4-star Hyatt Regency Orange County. This delightfully styled luxury hotel is fully child friendly, with in-room bunks, a games room, and free kids meals in its restaurants. Disneyland Anaheim hotel reviews praise the Courtyard Anaheim Theme Park Entrance for its outdoor pool and on-site water park. Probably the most sought-after hotel, though, is Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and Spa, with its 3 landscaped pools, fantastical décor, and unmatched location.

Things to see in Disneyland Anaheim

Disney's 2 resorts inevitably dominate the attractions in this neighborhood, welcoming 25 million visitors each year between them. Disneyland is the original, home to the iconic Sleeping Beauty Castle and themed zones that range from the Wild West to New Orleans to cartoon craziness. Here you can fly like Dumbo, captain a pirate ship, or meet Mickey and Minnie, Disneyland's timeless hosts. Disney California Adventure is more recent, with a greater emphasis on thrills and spills. Expect plunging drop-rides, dizzying rollercoasters, and soaking raft rides, all complemented by adventures that tie in to movies like “Toy Story” or “Finding Nemo”. But while these theme parks attract most attention, there are other sights to be seen. The Muzeo, the city's newest museum, is a mile north of Disneyland and showcases a diverse program of arts. And just to the south is the Angel Stadium, home to the major league thrills of LA's baseball team.

Good for families

Few neighborhoods can claim to have as great an appeal to family vacation-goers as Anaheim Disneyland. After all, it does have the world's top family resort right on its doorstep. With the avenues round about lined with hotels, options for family-friendly accommodation in Disneyland Anaheim abound. You'll find your little ones feted like princes and princesses at many of the area’s hotels. It's also a neighborhood packed with easy-going, kid-friendly restaurants, while parents will appreciate the classier dining options in nearby Downtown. It's here that you'll also find a dash of culture and history, providing ample opportunity for enjoyment for all the family.

How to get to Disneyland Anaheim

Anaheim is within driving distance of many cities in California. Coming from San Diego you can travel to Disneyland Anaheim along the I-5 in an hour and a half. From LA it can be as short as a 30-minute drive from downtown. If you're flying in, then the closest airport is John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana. From here it takes 20 minutes or less to drive to your Anaheim Disneyland hotel. Take the CA-55 N first and then the I-5 N, all the way to Anaheim, before switching to Harbor Boulevard at exit 110.