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  • On Mar 18, 2018
    Cassie from OR Asked

    We plan to rent 2 strollers from the Disneyland park, but will need to return to our off sight hotel midday to nap/recharge, and then we plan to return. What do we do with rented strollers in that case? Do we have to return them midday & rent again?

    Hi there, Cassie! Thanks for bringing your question to the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    I am so glad you have midday breaks/naps built into your plans for the little ones. Taking a bit of a rest is essential for keeping kids (and parents!) happy and ready for fun in the evening. If you will be renting your strollers from the Disneyland Resort, you can only use them in the two theme parks. When you wish to return to your hotel, you will need to drop off the strollers at the stroller rental location. Be sure to keep your receipt so when you return after nap time, you can just pick up a new stroller without having to pay for another rental that same day. 

    Another option would be to rent a stroller from a third-party vendor. Usually these strollers are dropped off at your hotel on your arrival day and you can use them however you wish during your rental term - in the parks, the Downtown Disney District, and, of course, back to your hotel. This way if one of the kids has fallen asleep in the stroller, you don't have to remove them when it's time to head back to the hotel. 

    I  hope this information was helpful. Have a magical visit to the Disneyland Resort!

    -Linda
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Meet the Panelist: Linda, Colorado

Hi there! I'm Linda from Colorado. The Disneyland Resort has always held a special place in my heart and now I enjoy Disney Parks vacations with my own family at least once a year. I am married to my high school sweetheart and we have a wonderfully silly daughter together. I love sharing my Disney Parks knowledge with anyone and everyone and I'm so excited to help you plan your next Disneyland Resort adventure! Learn More About Linda

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