The Disneyland Hotel SUPER-THREAD

Discussion in 'Disneyland (California)' started by Purple Opal, Sep 18, 2011.

  1. Little E

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    I'm wondering if there is free coffee service anywhere at the DLH? I read that there was (I'm thinking in one of the tower lobbies?) on an allears document online a few days back, but I think the document was old. I don't need fancy schmanzy coffee...just regular coffee with a little cream and sugar so that I can function as a happy hearted mom first thing in the am. I know that there is an actual coffee shop somewhere at the DLH, but I read that there was complimentary coffee service and wondered if that was a thing of the past?

    TIA for any info!
     
  2. wowsmom

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    I don't know if there is any free coffee service in the lobbies, but there is a coffee maker in the room. It's similar to a keurig but not quite the same. I made in-room coffee for my niece 2 mornings back in the spring.
     
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  4. limace

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    I don’t know about DLH but they did tell us about it at the Grand this week.
     
  5. tink89

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    When staying in the 3 bedroom suite at DLH will they allow a rollaway also. There is enough room for everyone but one or two of the kids might prefer to sleep in a rollaway by themselves instead of sharing a bed if it is an option. Will they allow for a rollaway if available( safety wise).
     
  6. DisneyMountainWoman

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    Anyone know the specific type of coffee maker they have in the rooms, thanks!
     
  7. tink89

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    Cuisinart
     
  8. kristie73

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    I just booked a standard room for this hotel in Oct 2019. It seemed to be a really high price, but I was afraid it would sell out so I just made the reservation through Disney just in case. I think I can modify if I need to? What is a normal price for standard rooms there per night?
     
  9. whoever

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    Depends on the season, but after taxes/fees, anything below $500 is great.
     
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  11. kristie73

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    Thanks. Yes, I'm starting to second guess our decision for this hotel. It just seems too expensive. I've never tried to make changes, can I change to a Good Neighbor hotel?
     
  12. whoever

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    I honestly wouldn't. We've stayed offsite as a family once.. in a much more spacious room at a fraction of the cost... I wouldn't do it again. Staying on-site is the only way to roll and DLH or the GCH&S are the only hotels for us.
     
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  13. Liz Z

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    This will be our first time staying at The DLH in 2 weeks. Driving cross country from CT.:drive: And our first time visiting Disneyland.:yay:

    we have a standard room booked and requested the Fantasy tower. Will that be the closest walk to the parks?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated:thanks:

    Liz:love:
     
  14. Malcon10t

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    The difference in the walk between the 3 towers is less than 2 mins.

    The Fantasy tower is great. Often the standard rooms will have a view of the fireworks and a small section of Disneyland. I also like the Frontier tower as it is the furthest from noise. It is the newest of the towers.
     
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  15. Liz Z

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    ^^ Thank you so much for the quick reply. If we get the Fantasy tower is there a better floor to request?

    And i've been hearing about construction in DTD. Has construction started?:confused3

    I'm sure we'll know more once we get there. Guess we can put up with it as we're only there for 3 nights but sooo excited!!:goodvibes
    Liz:flower1:
     
  16. Malcon10t

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    Construction has not started, and I figure it is at least a full month away, if not more. Floor? Higher is always better, but standard rooms are usually lower floors.
     
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    Woohoo!!! Hope you have a safe drive. Have fun in the parks!
     
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  18. Liz Z

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    Thanks everyone for all your help and well wishes:love:

    Liz:flower:
     
  19. FutureDisneyEventPlanner

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    Staying at at the DLH from September 25th-29th, premium view. Will this be pool view or DTD view? I'm hoping for pool view...should I request this? I already requested Adventure Tower.
     
  20. Little E

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    @FutureDisneyEventPlanner I'm no DLH expert by any means, as we've only stayed one time (mid August this year). What I do know is that our room category at the DLH indicated "premium downtown Disney view". So, I'm thinking "premium view" is different? We were on the 7th floor of the Adventure Tower and we overlooked DTD.
     
  21. gerilyne

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    I haven't stayed at the DLH (yet) but I have a reservation for a premium view room for my October trip. When I called the hotel to ask about something else I talked to them about the room types and was told the premium view and downtown Disney views were different categories. Not sure if that helps at all.
     

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