The Disneyland Hotel SUPER-THREAD

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  1. mrjudkins

    mrjudkins Earning My Ears

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    Thanks for all the awesome advice being offered here!

    What do we need for device charging purposes in a DLH Premium View room?

    Are there any USB sockets, or will we need adapters? Are there plenty of power sockets, or should we bring a multi-board?
     
  2. Malcon10t

    Malcon10t DIS Veteran

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    There are 2 USBs in the clocks in the rooms we have had. *I* think there are enough sockets, but not all agree. I usually bring a few adaptors so I can charge my chargers in addition to our phones.
     
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  4. misskari

    misskari Mouseketeer

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    I know that places are soon to close in DTD area and gearing up for construction. Is there any construction now? If so I would like a room as far away as possible and need a room/tower request suggestion. I know people said Frontier but is that quieter for regular day to day noise or something more?
     
  5. Laundress

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    We stayed at the DLH 2 weeks ago. No construction. Last I heard June 30th was the date for closing Rainforest Cafe, ESPN , etc..
     
  6. Niltiac

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    I haven't heard that construction has started yet. But at any rate Frontier tower is farther away from DTD so it should be a good choice whether you're trying to avoid noise from construction or just nornal DTD noise such as music.
     
  7. Malcon10t

    Malcon10t DIS Veteran

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    Demolition likely won't start til Sept. Frontier tower is the furthest from the noise, but also, it is only further away by a 1-2 min walk.
     
  8. jhaig

    jhaig Not The First To Pass This Way

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    We have a standard view room on our reservation. Can we request a specific tower and how would we do that?
     
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  9. Malcon10t

    Malcon10t DIS Veteran

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    You can call and ask them to add the note to your reservation.
     
  10. tink89

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    Just booked a 3 bedroom suite. Does anyone know what the bed configurations are for a party of 12?
    Also which tower?
    I know all towers have suites but the CM said suites that fit up to 14 guest which is what they gave us are in the Fantasy tower and maybe in the adventure tower.

    Do all suites have a view?

    Has anyone stayed in a suite with a party of 12 or larger?
     
  11. Malcon10t

    Malcon10t DIS Veteran

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    If you have the suite that will fit up to 14, it will be 3 bedrooms of 2 queens and a sofa sleeper in the living room. And you will have 3 baths (maybe 4 I can't remember if there is a bath in the living room.) I have not seen a 3 bed of this configuration in the Adventure tower, only in the Fantasy Tower.
     
  12. tink89

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    That sounds great. Do you or does any on know what view is in those suites in Fantasy Tower?

    Can we park two cars?
    If i am upgrading to Annual passport at the end of stay do i get free parking?
     
  13. Malcon10t

    Malcon10t DIS Veteran

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    They were looking out over the parking lot, but you also can see fireworks.

    Yes, you can park 2 cars, but no free parking. The Signature Pass parking is for the day parking only. Hotels are $20 for self parking a night and $30 for valet a night.
     
  14. tink89

    tink89 DIS Veteran

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    Fireworks is great!!
    I guess $20 it is.
     
  15. LizzyS

    LizzyS DIS Veteran

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    We are considering returning to DLR at the end of next February and staying at the DLH for the first time. We stayed at PPH once before and really enjoyed it. Is this a bad time considering the construction in DTD or would it just be wise to request the Frontier Tower as I've seen people recently suggest? I would probably make reservations in a couple of months, I think.
     
  16. Malcon10t

    Malcon10t DIS Veteran

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    Just so there are no surprises, it is $20 per car.
     
  17. tink89

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    yes i am aware. We were already paying that at the Marriott so no difference.

    Imagine my surprise if i thought it was only $20 total. That would be priceless.

    Although i do think it should be free for Annual passes. Or at least a discount.
     
  18. tink89

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    Do Any of the suites have balconies?
     
  19. Malcon10t

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    Many of the suites located in the Frontier tower have balconies.
     
  20. tink89

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    review of the DLH from December from a little vlogger I know.
    Please excuse the quality as she did this all herself.
     
  21. OneThree

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    Given the size and the scope of the project it would seem there will be impacts to both the DLH and PPH. Since you are not looking to book for a few months maybe that will give you a better idea of the impacts once the new hotel project starts this summer.
     
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