Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Hi! For our trip in April, we want to stay a the Disneyland Hotel. There's me, my husband, our amazing 10 year old son who has autism, and my mother. We want to share a room at the hotel, and need 3 proper beds (not a fold out sofa). Is this possible?
- - Asked by Jennifer from NSW on 2/14/2014
- Hi, Jennifer!
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel, and thanks so much for your question! I’m glad to hear you’ll be visiting The Happiest Place on Earth this spring and staying at the Disneyland Hotel—it’s one of my favorites! The furnishings are chic and modern with a touch of retro Disneyland charm, and you’ll see nods to Walt Disney and the early days of the theme park in the details and décor. The etched wooden headboards are especially pixie-dusted…with the flip of a switch, you can enjoy an in-room music and “fireworks” show!
The rooms at this hotel are very spacious, and many have a comfortable pull-out couch (which contains the equivalent of a regular twin-size mattress inside) in addition to two queen beds. Unless you’re staying in a suite, there are no standard rooms that will have three regular queen-size beds. If the pull-out couch isn’t a usable option for your family, you may want to consider upgrading to a suite or reserving two adjoining standard rooms.
I hope this helps, Jennifer, and that you enjoy a wonderful Disneyland Resort vacation with your family! Please visit me again if you have any other planning questions.
Wishing you magic,
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