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  1. Default Hotels near Disneyland

    I'm planning a 3 days to Disneyland for the Memorial Weekend (from Sunday to Tuesday) and wonder which is the hotel to stay around the area, something that is decent and will not break the bank :)

    The last time I was there was 15 years ago so it's all new to me. Plus this time there are a5 and a 6 years old.

    I also heard that it's best to stay a few miles off and take the shuttle instead of the one "right across" from the gate. It's a long walk over.

    Any recommendations?

    btw, I'll be driving down from San Jose.

    Thanks

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    coxclan Guest

    Default Stay IN the park

    MY advice for such a short trip to DW is to stay in the park. May be a little more expensive, but I think considering the children's ages and length of time available, you'd be better off. And make sure you know which parks you want to visit on what days. ***Make sure one day to end at Epcot and watch the fireworks!!! I was most impressed with this, as were my children (albeit a little older). Take some of your own snacks and do a later lunch at the hotel where it is a little cheaper and then you can rest before going back to finish the day. Sleep very little and expect losts of fussiness from being tired! Good luck and good fun.

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    Default Epcot is not in California

    Quote Originally Posted by sonnyc
    I'm planning a 3 days to Disneyland for the Memorial Weekend (from Sunday to Tuesday) and wonder which is the hotel to stay around the area, something that is decent and will not break the bank :)
    The advice from Coxclan is well taken -- for visiting the parks in Florida -- but there aren't many choices inside the park in Anaheim.

    I am afraid that I am not a fan of the Disney experience although I do tend to go at least once every 20 years or so. What is your lodging budget?

    Mark

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    emmybear Guest

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    If it's possible AT ALL, stay in the Disney hotels as they are literally right in the middle of everything (one hotel is even inside of Disney's California Adventure theme park). Staying in the disney hotels is like never leaving disneyland, they know how to take care of their guests but if you can't stay in the resort then my only suggestion is staying at the Sheraton which is very close and they have shuttles every half hour.

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