First look inside guests rooms at The Villas at Disneyland Hotel

Feb 22, 2023 in "Disneyland Resort"

Posted: Wednesday February 22, 2023 11:38am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The Villas at Disneyland Hotel opening at the Disneyland Resort this September, and Disney has shared a first look inside the guest rooms.


This newly imagined duo studio is inspired by “The Jungle Book.”

The deluxe studios sleep up to four guests and are themed to the tales of “Sleeping Beauty” or “The Princess and the Frog.”

Also available are one and two-bedroom villas, sleeping up to five and nine guests, respectively, inspired by the vibrant colors of “Fantasia” or “The Princess and the Frog.” These villas include a washer and dryer, comfortable living area, plus a full-size kitchen.

The multilevel three-bedroom Grand Villa sleeps up to 12 guests.

The first floor features a full-size kitchen, large dining area, and a double-sided fireplace connecting the living area to a private outdoor balcony. The first floor is also home to the primary suite, inspired by “Bambi.”

Heading up a spiral staircase to the second floor, you'll find two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms inspired by “Frozen” and “Moana,” as well as a full washer and dryer.

Reservations for The Villas at Disneyland Hotel can be made beginning on March 15 for Disney Vacation Club Members by contacting Member Services at (800) 800-9800 and on March 16 for Disneyland Resort Magic Key holders by contacting (714) 956-6425.

Villas are limited in availability, and restrictions apply. Subject to change or cancellation without notice.

Bookings will open to the public on March 17, 2023, subject to availability. You can make your reservation by contacting (714) 956-6425.

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choco chocoOct 08, 2023

That's a deluxe room? What do the non-deluxe rooms look like? I'm hard pressed to think of anything that can be even more bare-bones.

MoonRakerSCMOct 03, 2023

Mouseinfo had an article saying how the rooms have a bunch of things that don't work and the whole place is built on the cheap.

J4546Sep 30, 2023

Looks very nice, glad to.see this project done. Hopefully Pixar hotel retheme is done soon and downtown doesn't in the next year to really tighten that area up

waltographySep 30, 2023

On the spectrum of Disney's questionable resort theming tendencies, this tower's actually quite nice. You can actually see the Disney through the Marriott (even if I do think some of the rooms feel a little cruise ship-esque). At the very least, I know now where I'll take work calls from when I'm at the resort, that lobby is gorgeous.

DrAliceSep 30, 2023

The inside looks pretty nice.

jmuboySep 30, 2023


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CastAStoneSep 29, 2023

The pricing is outrageous, I was 100% planning to buy here until the point charts and tax information came out now I am 0% ever expecting to stay there. I do like it though.

mlayton144Sep 28, 2023

Yes , next time someone needs to locate this building you direct them to look for the brown glass tower with the colored assortment of doo-dads on them, right next to the 3 blue glass towers across the way , just playin 😀 The interiors look beautiful but they have a lot of timeshare points and $750-$2000 per night rooms to sell for this brown glass tower added to the other blue glass towers

CastAStoneSep 28, 2023

I was told this would be non-descript.

Disney AnalystSep 28, 2023

The mirror 😍

mickEbluSep 28, 2023

They better be moving Steakhouse 55 to this new tower.

Californian ElitistSep 28, 2023

The staircase in the Grand Villa is stunning.

DCBakerSep 28, 2023

Disney has shared a resort and room tour video of The Villas at Disneyland Hotel.