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If you are planning a vacation to Disneyland with Kids, you may find your hotel options a bit overwhelming. Onsite, offsite, walking distance, parking fees, free breakfasts? How do you choose which hotel to stay at for your Disneyland trip? Today we are breaking down some general offiste hotel info, favorite hotels, and more for Disneyland with Kids.
In This Episode:
Julie and Leslie chat about the different options for staying offsite and what you might want to consider when picking a hotel, plus the all important question about where to get a free breakfast. During this podcast they cover:
- Why people choose to stay offsite
- Hotels closest to Disneyland on Harbor
- Hotels near the convention center
- Hotels on the Downtown Disney side of Disneyland
- Pros and Cons of staying offsite
- Favorite hotels to stay at and what to consider when choosing a hotel
- How to save on parking and your entire hotel stay
Plan Your Disneyland Vacation:
If you want to book a Disneyland vacation we suggest booking through our partners at Get Away Today. If you are traveling in 2020, we suggest booking your vacations NOW to lock in the current ticket pricing. We expect ticket prices to go up in January or February of 2020.
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Becca has been going to Disneyland since her own childhodd, but really fell in love with the magic after taking her oldest child when he was ten months. She goes to the parks two to three times per year with her eight-year-old and twin three-year-old boys. Becca has experience using the DAS, Rider Switch Pass, Stroller as a Wheelchair tag, and more. When not at Disneyland, she enjoys hiking, photography, and being crafty. Becca blogs at This Crazy Adventure Called Life.