Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa -Located in the heart of Costa Mesa, close to shopping, dining, nightlife, museums, performing arts centers, and corporate offices, the Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa is only 13 miles from the Disneyland parks in Anaheim. We offer upscale hotel rooms and suites, pet-friendly accommodation, and courteous, professional service. In addition, the hotel is just 5 minutes from John Wayne Airport (SNA), and offers all guests a complimentary shuttle to and from the airport. Be sure to check out our hotel package by clicking here.
Disneyland Park -Where to begin? Disneyland is where dreams come true, no matter how old you are. Girls become princesses and boys are dubbed knights. Travel to the future on Space Mountain and beyond in Tomorrowland. Fairy-tale favorites like Cinderella, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty come to life, while children of all ages delight in meeting Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends. Those looking for thrills can head to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Pirates of the Caribbean, the Haunted Mansion, or Indiana Jones Adventure. There truly is something for everyone in Disneyland.
Disneyland Resort Shuttle Service -Round Trip shuttle service to the Disneyland Resort provided by ART : Daily pick up from the OCTA Bus stop in front of the hotel is 8:16am. Disneyland return pick up is 7:00PM and 10:30PM at Stop 19 at the Disneyland Resort Transportation Center.
Reservations are required by 8:00pm the day before service is to be provided. Art Bus pass 1 Day- $5.00 round trip for Adult and $2.00 for Children 3-9, Children under 2 are at no charge, 3 Day pass for Adult-$12.00 round trip and $3.00 for Children, 5 Day pass for Adult is $20.00 and $5.00 for Children.
Disneyland History -The vision for Disneyland began with a yearning for small-town America. Walt Disney, probably the most famous cartoon animator ever, longed for a place like the small town where he grew up, Marceline, Missouri, and the Main Street that ran through it. Thus, as he and his team of designers put together plans for Disneyland, he made sure that Main Street, U.S.A. would be the first thing visitors experienced upon entering the Anaheim park. Disneyland officially opened in the summer of 1955, and it's been delighting generations ever since.
Disneyland - a Happy Place -Disneyland, known as "the happiest place on earth," has been delighting visitors of all ages for almost 60 years, yet it remains as fresh and current as the day it opened to the public. Comprised of two theme parks, Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park, plus Downtown Disney, and two resorts hotels, the Disneyland Hotel and the Grand Californian, Disneyland Resort is a premier American destination for visitors from all over the world.
Disney California Adventure Park -Just across the plaza from Disneyland, walk over to Disney California Adventure Park. This fun-filled theme park takes its cues from the icons of the Golden State, from the redwood forests to the Golden Gate Bridge to the Hollywood sign. Often less crowded than Disneyland Park, this is a great place to stroll around and relax. Take a dive under the sea with The Little Mermaid, the park's latest attraction. Nostalgic rides like a giant Ferris wheel, King Triton's Carousel, bumper cars, and Silly Symphony Swings harken back to boardwalk amusement parks of the past. Seeking heart-pounding thrills? Head to the Hollywood Tower of Terror. Want something for the little ones? Heimlich from A Bug's Life can take them on a gentle "chew-chew" train ride.
Reservations are required for this service by 8:00pm the day before transportation is needed. For Reservations call the front desk at ext 0 . Tickets are available to purchase at the front desk.As to Disney photos, logos, properties: Property of Disney Corporation