Here’s Why You Should Stay Off-Property When Disneyland Reopens!

We’re approaching the final countdown for the official reopening of Disneyland Resort!

Disneyland Resort will reopen in just 10 DAYS!

We’ve got our list of reopening rides and restaurants, tickets, and park pass reservations in hand and are ready to get back into the parks that we know and love! And, if you’re planning for your first days back but haven’t booked a stay at Disney’s reopening Grand Californian Hotel then there’s still a chance to book a getaway — and at a discount!

Disneyland Area Hotels are currently offering a variety of deals and discounts for those booking a stay in the next month. Deals range from up to 20% off a stay, free wifi, a $50 gift card credit, and more depending on which hotel you choose to stay at.

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Plus, when you book your stay at one of the Anaheim area hotels, you’ll also receive a FREE limited-edition Disneyland Resort Castle Water Bottle while supplies last.

©Visit Anaheim

You can browse the 50+ area hotels and make a reservation on the Visit Anaheim website. And, if you’re not sure where to stay, we can help — check out an overview of some of your options in the video below!

And, if you’d like some help booking your Disney trip, we recommend MEI Travel for your Disney vacation planning! You can learn more about MEI Travel by clicking here. As always, stay tuned to AllEars for the latest Disney deals and updates!

Click HERE to find out WHY some rides WON’T be reopening with Disneyland Resort!

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One Reply to “Here’s Why You Should Stay Off-Property When Disneyland Reopens!”

  1. The off-site hotels all know and are acknowledging what Disney won’t.

    Disneyland is a locals park and with the state restrictions, that is more true than ever.

    The problem is while for a few weeks, maybe even a month or so there will be people that are willing to go, most of us locals simply won’t pay full price for half an experience. Sure, if annual passes were still around, we would go. If they offered multiday tickets that were valid for a year from date of first use, it might be different. Or at bare minimum strong discounts, but the reality is the other parks in the area are offering a lot more bang for the buck and will get the business over Disney unless Disney changes something.