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Discover a world filled with magic, your favorite characters, ground-breaking attractions, enchanting stage shows and fireworks, delicious dining experiences, and something new to discover at every turn.
Our team is standing by to help you plan your next Disneyland Resort vacation! Below is a quote request form to help us get to know your preferences so that we can match you with the perfect travel planner for your needs and put together the perfect vacation proposal for your family. Once you fill out a request, we will be in touch within 24-48 hours.
For the full Disneyland Resort experience, we recommend a 4-night, 5-day vacation with no less than 3-day park tickets.
While some families do choose to stay offsite, our happiest guests are those that stay at an onsite resort. Staying onsite offers several benefits including:
– 30 minutes of early entry into both theme parks every day
– Extra theme park reservation availability
– Immersion in the Disney magic
– Guests can charge purchases in the parks and Downtown Disney to their room and have packages purchased sent back to their hotel
– Close proximity to the parks and other hotels
– Exclusive fireworks viewing areas available at several hotels
-Ability to bundle all of your package components into one vacation price with only a $200 deposit required to book
– Flexible change and cancelation policy
– No resort fees for amenities, pools, and recreation
Visiting Disneyland is a must for any Disney fan, as it’s the one that Walt was a part of from start to finish! It’s also much smaller and closer together, but has close to the same amount of attractions in two parks as Walt Disney World does in 4!
You won’t need to pay for your vacation all at once – a $200 deposit will be due at the time of booking along with the cost of any travel insurance or professional services that you decide to purchase. You can choose to set up a payment plan to break the total cost into smaller chunks if you’d like!
Did you know that you won’t see a Marvel character or attraction to the east of the Mississippi River? (Aka at Walt Disney World!) Universal purchased the theme park rights to the Marvel characters before Disney purchased the studio!