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Introduction to Lodging
Introduction to Lodging
There are hundreds of thousands of hotel rooms in Southern California, which makes “where do we stay?” a very bewildering question indeed! We don’t pretend to be experts on every hotel and motel in the region. That would be a full-time occupation. But we certainly can help point you toward a good selection of hotels, especially near Disneyland. You can use these listings as a jumping-off point, or you may find they’re enough to meet your needs. Use as many lodging resources as you can. The ratings provided by AAA and Mobil can be a big help, and you'll find a wealth of detail on web sites and in other reputable guidebooks. And if you start by bargain-hunting at travel web sites, our listings can help you refine your choices.
Naturally, our focus is on the Disneyland Resort. We dedicate our most detailed coverage to Disney’s three “on-property” resort hotels, where you’re only a short walk from the parks. We’re big fans of Disney hotels (if only we could live at Disney’s Grand Californian!). If it’s within your budget, we highly recommend a stay “on property,” where you can leave the world behind and spend your days and nights immersed in Disney magic. We’ll show you all the “inns” and outs of Disney lodging, including how to get the best deals. You can find nearly as much magic (and, often, far more affordable prices) at Disney’s “Good Neighbor” hotels. We deliver reports on every one of them, too! We also list budget (non-Good Neighbor) lodging near Disneyland, and hotels of all sorts near the other attractions covered in this guide. We even toss in some enticing recommendations for Los Angeles and San Diego!
If you plan to visit other attractions in this sprawling area, consider “hotel hopping.” Your trip will be less stressful (and you’ll have more time to tour) if you move your home base at least once, to cut down on travel time. Once you’ve decided which spots you’ll visit, return here to choose lodging that fits your plans.
So turn the page, and dive in! You may spend your days playing, but for a relaxing vacation, you need a good place to rest your head.
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