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Good Neighbor Hotels
Good Neighbor Hotels
As you can imagine, the three official Disney hotels just can’t hold all of the overnight guests. So Disney created a “Good Neighbor” program for area hotels to help guests decide where to stay among the hundreds of choices. At last count, 41 hotels met Disney’s standards and received the “Good Neighbor” stamp of approval. These range from motels and “value” hotels to all-suite and deluxe resorts. Most are very close to Disneyland; some are even closer than Disney’s hotels. All are available through Walt Disney Travel Co. packages (see page 37), and you can also book rooms-only directly with the hotels or through on-line brokers like Expedia or Kayak.
While the Good Neighbor hotels are “off property” and generally lacking in Disney magic, many of them offer unique features. For example, several allow pets, or offer complimentary breakfasts, higher room occupancy, or Kids Suites. Nearly every hotel that is not practically adjacent to Disneyland offers some type of shuttle to the parks. Plus, they’re usually less expensive than the Disney hotels. Alas, the Good Neighbor hotels do not offer the special perks that Disney hotel guests get (as described on page 33 and succeeding pages), unless you purchase a Disney package (see page 37).
On the following pages, we offer detailed descriptions of each of these 41 Good Neighbor hotels. This is still a long list, so to help you hone in on the one that’s right for you, we’ve created a feature comparison chart on the next page. You’ll also find the map below helpful if you’re looking for a particular location (the locator codes in the colored circles on the map correspond to the codes on the following pages). Or use Disney's map: https://disneyland.disney.go.com/maps/.
Please note that each year, the list of Good Neighbor hotels changes a bit—some drop out of the program, others are added, but most stay. To check the latest list, call 714-956-6425 or check http://www.disneyland.com and do a search for “Good Neighbor hotels.”
Most of the Good Neighbor hotels are served by ART, Anaheim Resort Transportation, a shuttle bus service that takes visitors from their hotels (or nearby stops) to Disneyland. Find more information about ART on page 62.
Note: Sample off-season hotel rates were obtained at Expedia (http://www.expedia.com); actual rates during peak seasons are likely to be much higher. Details of the amenities, fees, and other characteristics were generally obtained through the hotels' own websites or employees and are subject to change.
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