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Old 03-09-2013, 07:15 PM   #1
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Balconies at Disneyland Hotel

This is a pretty simple question, but it's been kind of hard to find a definitive answer to. Do any of the premium view rooms at the DLH have balconies? There's a picture of a balcony in the DLH gallery on the resort website, but the amenities never list one as a feature of the rooms. I'm going to request the Adventure Tower and am hoping there will be a balcony for looking out over the park. Thanks guys!
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I think you would have better luck if you ask this question on the Disneyland Forum. This forum deals primarily with the resorts at WDW.

Here's a link:

http://www.disboards.com/forumdisplay.php?f=26
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If you want a balcony, ask for Frontier Tower.
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Great, thanks for the info! I'll hit the Disneyland forums.
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The premium views are based on how high up you are. So each tower will have standard, premium, etc. Also there is premium park view, premium pool view, etc. I call rather than book online and I ask specific questions to get exactly what we want (and are paying for).

Most rooms, including premium views do NOT have balconies. Previous posters on these boards have reported and posted photos to show that a *few* suites at the far end of the Frontier Tower have them but they do not look toward the parks. I think it would be very difficult to ensure you are getting a balcony at the DLH.

I don't believe Adventure Tower has any balconies at all.

I saw one site in the past that sells disney rooms advertise in a way that makes it seem like all premium rooms get a balcony. I hate that since it is false and misleading.
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The premium views are based on how high up you are. So each tower will have standard, premium, etc. Also there is premium park view, premium pool view, etc. I call rather than book online and I ask specific questions to get exactly what we want (and are paying for).

Most rooms, including premium views do NOT have balconies. Previous posters on these boards have reported and posted photos to show that a *few* suites at the far end of the Frontier Tower have them but they do not look toward the parks. I think it would be very difficult to ensure you are getting a balcony at the DLH.

I don't believe Adventure Tower has any balconies at all.

I saw one site in the past that sells disney rooms advertise in a way that makes it seem like all premium rooms get a balcony. I hate that since it is false and misleading.
I agree with all of that, and yep, the ONLY rooms we saw that had balconies were in Frontier, we're facing the "right" direction, and seemed to be where the suites were in the building.
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Old 03-10-2013, 03:09 AM   #7
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Okay, that's great to know. Definitely going to call when I book because I've got a pretty good idea of just what we want. Sounds like we probably won't have a balcony this time as the suites are just a little too much for us to pay for this round. Thanks for the input!
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