The Disneyland Resort is an iconic vacation spot. While the resort doesn’t have anywhere near the geographic sprawl of its Orlando counterpart, Walt Disney World, what it lacks in magnitude it makes up for in every other category.
The smaller footprint of the Anaheim resort does mean there is a noticeable lack of Disney-owned hotels surrounding the two parks. In fact, Disneyland Resort only has three hotels that are operated by Disney (compared with more than 30 places to stay under the company’s banner at Walt Disney World). This means many people who venture to the Happiest Place on Earth actually end up staying outside of Mickey Mouse’s house at what Disney calls Good Neighbor Hotels, many of which are just a short walk from the parks’ gates.
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