Disneyland Hotel Adventure Tower Room

Looking for photos of a Disneyland Hotel adventure tower room? You found it! My friend Sarah and I stayed at the Disneyland Hotel for a night during our quick Disneyland Christmas Trip. I was delighted at the rate we got – $480 during the Christmas season! – but wasn’t particularly thrilled when they gave us a king to share instead of two queens. Still, the Disneyland Hotel is positively magical. Here’s a look at our room.

Disneyland Hotel Adventure Tower Room

How much is the Disneyland Hotel? 

Anything under $500 for a night on property at Disneyland is a steal. We booked a weeknight room during a savings event and got our room for $480 pre tax ($561 total). For an on-property Disney hotel room, that’s a hell of a deal. Disneyland is no bargain, y’all, but surely we all know that by now!

We ended up with a corner king room in the Adventure Tower. I’ve only ever stayed in the Fantasy Tower but loved our view of the pool and Trader Sam’s. We could however hear the music from Trader Sam’s so keep that in mind if you have littles trying to get to sleep.

Disneyland Hotel Adventure Tower Room

Disneyland Hotel Adventure Tower Room View

How close is the Disneyland Hotel to the parks?

This is hands down one of the top reasons to pay Disney prices. The Disneyland Hotel is on one end of downtown Disney and steps away from the monorail, which will take you directly inside Disneyland if you don’t want to walk through downtown Disney. This basically doubled our time at the park. We only bought tickets for Thursday but our hotel room was for Wednesday night. We checked in on Wednesday afternoon and then spent the entire afternoon and evening strolling through downtown Disney, shopping, eating treats, and enjoying a nice dinner. We got a good night’s sleep, took our luggage to the car, and lined up for the best Disney hotel guest perk: magic hour at the park.

The Room

I was hoping that since we had a king bed, we would have a spacious room but sadly no! It wasn’t nearly as big as rooms with two queens. However, it was beautifully appointed and “clean as a whistle” as my dad would say. There was a desk and chair in one corner, a dresser and luggage rack on a wall with an enormous flat-screen TV, and an extremely comfortable bed with the most magical light-up headboard, a signature of the Disneyland Hotel.

Disneyland Hotel Adventure Tower Room Bathroom

Disneyland Hotel Adventure Tower Room BathroomDisneyland Hotel Adventure Tower RoomDisneyland Hotel Adventure Tower RoomDisneyland Hotel Adventure Tower Room Bathroom

No matter how old you are, I must insist that you turn the headboard on. It sings you a delightful song as the fireworks light up. It’s the Disney touches that make the hotel so magical. Speaking of Disney touches, there are hidden Mickey’s on the carpet, Mickey handles on the sink, and Mickey sconces in the bathroom.

Disneyland Hotel Adventure Tower Room Bathroom

I love that our room had a separate vanity area from the shower/toilet. I wish every hotel had that feature! It really expedites getting ready when someone can be doing their hair/makeup while someone else is in the shower. 

The bathroom is appointed with the H20 line, which I love so much that I regularly stock my bathroom at home with it! 

Disneyland Hotel Adventure Tower Room Bathroom

Adventure Tower

It should be noted that while the decor in the room is the same as the Fantasy tower, the decor in the lobby and area is different. I’m so mad at myself for accidentally deleting the photos I took of the lobby! Next time I’m there, I’ll update this article with more photos.

Tour this room: 

Read more about my Christmas Trip to Disneyland here and my Girl’s Trip to Disneyland here.

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