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  • On Sep 8, 2013
    Jan Asked

    We are planning a trip to Disneyland and are going to stay at the Grand Californian. What is the difference between the regular rooms and what is offered in the concierge level?

    Hi there Jan,

    You are going to fall in love with Disney's Grand Californian Hotel!  THis beautiful property has quickly become my favorite place to call "home" when visiting the Happiest Place on Earth, and it's not very hard to see why!  The rooms are rustically elegant and I am totally enamored by the arts and crafts style design and architecture!  I almost forgot to mention the convenience!  When at the Grand Californian, one is mere steps away from the magic of the theme parks and Downtown Disney!

    All of the rooms at the Grand Californian, whether Concierge level, or regular, are essentially the same in size, layout and design.  Concierge level guests are offered a few extra perks including Priority Check In, A Cast Member on hand to assist with reservations, and the main perk... access to the Craftsman's Club Lounge where you'll have exclusive access to a continental breakfast bar, sodas and fresh fruit, tea time, evening wine and cheese reception, nighttime dessert reception, and an incredible private fireworks viewing area...complete with piped in music!  Here, you can also borrow DVD players and movies, a computer with printer access, books games and crafts, and there's even storytelling at select times!

    Hope this helps and that you'll let me know if I can be of further assistance in the planning of this magical vacation!

    -Amanda F.
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Meet the Panelist: Amanda, California

Greetings from California! I am here to help make your visit to the Disney Parks as pixie-dusted as possible! As a regular to both Disneyland and Walt Disney World, I am ready to put my coast-to-coast Disney Parks knowledge to work for YOU! Learn More About Amanda

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