10 Hotels Near Disneyland for All Budgets

Disneyland | © Juliet Bennett Rylah
Though Disneyland can keep kids and adults alike entertained for hours, at some point, everyone’s got to sleep. Choosing a comfortable hotel within close proximity to the park is a key element when it comes to enjoying the happiest place on Earth. Whether you’re just looking for a tidy place to sleep and shower or a luxury resort that’s an experience all on its own, there’s an Anaheim hotel comfortable for all budgets.


Best Western Plus Stovall’s Inn

Located a short drive from Disneyland, Best Western Plus Stovall’s Inn has a shuttle that is available to whisk you to the park. Rooms are clean and comfortable and decorated in elegant earth tones. The hotel also has two pools, a topiary garden, and free breakfast. Prices hover from approximately $114 and up, depending on the date.

Alpine Inn

The Alpine Inn offers an affordable and convenient place to lay your head, located less than a mile (1.6 kilometers) from the park entrance. Amenities include complimentary breakfast, a heated pool, and free wi-fi. Depending on the season, prices tend to hover between $90–160 per night. You’ll know you’re in the right place when you spot the cute cabin façade, capped with fake snow.

Candy Cane Inn

Cute and convenient, the Candy Cane Inn offers free parking, complimentary breakfast, a pool, wi-fi, and a fitness center. It’s within walking distance to the main gates, but guests may opt to take the inn’s free shuttle and save their legs for the parks. Rooms are homey in pastels and floral prints. Prices range between $85–179 per night.

The pool at the Candy Cane Inn ©Ruth Hartnup/Flickr


Grand Legacy at the Park

Grand Legacy at the Park offers Disney-adjacent lodging at reasonable prices. It was once a Ramada brand hotel but became an independent business following a remodel in 2015. The hotel features a family-friendly pool, free breakfast, plus rooftop dining and drinks. A thoughtful touch is a free snack bag for each guest, which includes a piece of fruit, a granola bar, a cheese stick, and a bottle of water. Guests can also visit a small market, a pizza place, a taco eatery, and an ice cream parlor, all on-site. Its location across from Disney’s main gates makes it very walkable. Prices range between $100–250, depending on the date.

Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel

The Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel is a castle-themed hotel offering beautiful gardens, a koi pond, an arcade, a pool and spa, a fitness center, and a restaurant on-site. It’s approximately a mile (1.6 kilometers) away from Disneyland, but a free shuttle transports guests to and from Disneyland every half hour. Prices range between $128–230 per night.

Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel Courtesy of Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel

Hotel Indigo

Hotel Indigo is a charming boutique hotel located approximately a mile (1.6 kilometers) from Disneyland. Rooms have hardwood floors and bright, modern colors and art. Amenities include a fitness center, free parking, and a pool and hot tub. Rooms range from about $150–269. Pets are welcome with an additional fee.


Disney Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

The Grand Californian and the Disneyland Hotel are currently Anaheim’s only four-diamond hotels, as rated by AAA. Of the two, the Grand Californian is the pricier option. The Craftsman-themed hotel, built in 2011, is meant to evoke the feel of Northern California, with rich tones and nods to the state’s beautiful Redwood forests. Guests can have meals in the hotel’s fine-dining restaurant, Napa Rose, or they can sip craft cocktails from the bar in the gorgeous lobby near a roaring fireplace. The hotel features three pools as well as its own entrance into California Adventure. Average prices range between $417–700 per night.

Disneyland Hotel

The magical Disneyland Hotel is located near Downtown Disney, making it a very short walk to access the Disneyland or California Adventure parks. Modern rooms feature nods to the park, including headboards depicting Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. Dining options include the always exciting Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar, which serves American bar food and tiki cocktails, some of which come with a show. There are also two pools on the property, complete with monorail-themed waterslides. The pools are named E-ticket and D-ticket, which alludes to Disneyland history. Guests used to buy individual tickets for each ride up until the early ‘80s. Tickets came as A, B, C, D, or E, with E being the best and, therefore, most expensive rides. Standard rooms begin at about $360 per night.

Disneyland Hotel © HarshLight/Flickr

Paradise Pier Hotel

This three-diamond beach-themed hotel offers fun, whimsical rooms and a rooftop pool where guests can watch Disneyland’s fireworks. There’s also an arcade on-site. Dining options include the Surfside Lounge and Disney’s PCH Grill where guests might encounter favorite Disney characters at breakfast. Rooms typically range between $355–662 per night.

Paradise Pier Hotel ©Patrick Pelletier/Flickr

Anaheim Marriott

Anaheim Marriott offers comfortable, modern rooms about 1.6 miles (2.6 kilometers) from Disneyland. You can enjoy California cuisine and local beer from the hotel’s restaurant, nFuse. Amenities include a fitness center, a golf course, and a spacious, outdoor heated pool. Rooms average between $142–371 per night.