Traveling and being at numerous Disney hotels especially at the Disneyland Resort where it’s hard to decide to stay and or even at Disneyland’s good neighbor hotels are options too. I was lucky enough for me to stay at the Grand Californian Hotel and Spa twice and the Disneyland Hotel in my past trips towards where it all started of Walt Disney’s creation. The future of the park and Disney hotels has just gotten better for where Disney is heading next and well let’s just say “luxury status” for the Disney brand hotels.
Walt Disney Imagineering is hard at work and developing a new 700 room, four diamond hotel, and parking structure at 1401 Disneyland Drive with 10 acres. There is no current theme or title for the brand new hotel but, all I can say is wow! and amazing detail shown in the concept art pieces that they released. The OC Register who is the original source of this hotel information about the details of the new luxury hotel that:
“Guests will dine in an upscale rooftop restaurant watching Disneyland’s nightly fireworks over Sleeping Beauty Castle. There will be two pools, a fitness facility, concierge service and a kid’s play area. The average nightly rate would be about $450.
The proposed hotel would be the first built at the Disneyland Resort in nearly 20 years and comes as the resort starts construction on the 14-acre “Star Wars” land expected to boost attendance to Disneyland.”
In my mind this a must add on addition towards the Disneyland Resort with Star Wars Land coming down the pipeline that, it will help control the crowds and the guest experience inside of the two Disney Parks in Anaheim, CA. The Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, The Disneyland Hotel, and Paradise Pier Hotel will book up fast whenever Star Wars Land is finished because the new 4 diamond hotel won’t be finished until some point in 2021.
(Source: The OC Register)
In order for Disney to receive the 4 diamond rating it’s qualifications must within the cost of $225,000 per guest room, including $30,000 in furniture, fixtures and equipment in each room. For a night to stay in this kind of deal hotel, your looking at $450 per night unless this hotel will apply DVC (Disney Vacation Club) and the rates between holidays and seasons through out Disneyland & Disney’s California Adventure for locals and visitors.
(Source: The OC Register/Image © Disneyland Resort)
So what do you guys think? Does this new hotel look like you would give it a shot to stay at or rather stay off property near the Disneyland area? Hopefully more details will come later when the theme and the design about it are shown off. For more of your Disney parks magic and magical stays, keep checking back here at SkywalkingAdventure.com