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Old 04-26-2013, 12:37 PM   #1
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DL resort hotel rates

Do the Disneyland hotels post their room rates online like the WDW resort hotels do? I've looked in several places and can't find them.

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Old 04-26-2013, 12:44 PM   #2
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To the best of my knowledge you have to put in the dates you want like your booking a room. Then they will give you the prices of all 3 hotels.
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Old 04-26-2013, 12:45 PM   #3
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I should add that they do post room rates 3 months out on the AP website.
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Old 04-26-2013, 03:32 PM   #4
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Do the Disneyland hotels post their room rates online like the WDW resort hotels do? I've looked in several places and can't find them.

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First, since you normally go to WDW, do you know that Disneyland has their own website? disneyland.com

At the top you can either go to the "Places to Stay" tab and drop down to "room reservations" and put in your dates. Or you can use the "price your vacation" room only option also. In addition, under "Tickets and Packages" there is an "offers and discounts" link.
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Old 04-26-2013, 05:15 PM   #5
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First, since you normally go to WDW, do you know that Disneyland has their own website? disneyland.com

At the top you can either go to the "Places to Stay" tab and drop down to "room reservations" and put in your dates. Or you can use the "price your vacation" room only option also. In addition, under "Tickets and Packages" there is an "offers and discounts" link.
I hope you didn't intend to sound as snarky as this came across.


OP, no they don't have set rack rates like WDW. Rates fluctuate with hotel booking capacity. If they have a lot of rooms available, they'll likely drop the price a bit, if they are almost full they may raise rates.
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Old 04-26-2013, 06:59 PM   #6
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I didn't read it snarky at all, I bet it wasn't intended that way!


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Old 04-26-2013, 07:12 PM   #7
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I didn't read it snarky at all, I bet it wasn't intended that way!


Good luck, OP!
Sorry. I thought the "you do know Disneyland has their own website" sounded condescending.
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Old 04-26-2013, 07:57 PM   #8
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I didn't read it snarky at all, I bet it wasn't intended that way!

Good luck, OP!
I don't think it sounded snarky, either. Reading the portion after the comma alone, maybe, but the entire sentence, not at all.
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Sorry. I thought the "you do know Disneyland has their own website" sounded condescending.
I read it that way too.
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Sorry. I thought the "you do know Disneyland has their own website" sounded condescending.
It sounded quite condescending to me. Like instructions intended for a 4 year old...
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Old 04-26-2013, 08:55 PM   #11
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I called yesterday to find out about AAA rates, the CM said you do understand you are booking a room at Disneyland. If course I do, if was very rude.
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The OP's question has been answered so no need to focus on one person's comment. I do think it read poorly but I don't believe she meant it in that way.
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Wow everyone, I think some of you know me on this site and I try to be helpful. A number of years ago I had been to WDW several times but I did NOT know DL had their own website. OP has a lower post count and is a WDW visitor so I thought it might be possible they didn't know about the DL/DCA website. Apparently I came across wrong or was misread. I guess the only way to avoid misinterpretation is to put a smiley face after every post. Sorry about that.

OP: I hope you didn't take it the wrong way at all.

AC7171, Dizneekrazee and Sonnyjane: Thank you for giving me the benefit of the doubt.
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Sorry. I thought the "you do know Disneyland has their own website" sounded condescending.
Hi 3M1M: I would just like to clarify what I said since you did misquote me. I do not want to start anything and have had some nice exchanges with you on this site as far as I remember.

I asked OP "Do you know..." in the form of a question. I thought perhaps they already were aware of the site and I didn't want to assume.

I did not say "You do know..." which does sound like: "You DO know, don't you..." which I agree would sound condescending. But that's not how I worded my comment.

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