Dining by the water's edge, watching multi-colored lights sparkle on 40-foot fountains, spending a soothing session at the Health Spa, or fishing in a pond stocked with several-thousand trout are just a few of the many assets the Disneyland Hotel offers its guests.
And, for your comfort and pleasure, there are soothing saunas, an Olympic-size swimming pool, "The Cove" swimming pool with waterfall slides, "Luau" grounds for parties, Miniature Golf — even a Driving Range.
To make shopping an enjoyable and convenient experience, the Disneyland Hotel features over 20 boutiques that range from an art gallery to a gourmet shop. And the Hotel's many services for its guests include closed-circuit television to keep them informed on activities throughout the Hotel and Southern California, a Travelport, babysitters, and transportation to Disneyland via the sleek Disneyland-Alweg Monorail.
When it comes to dining, the Disneyland Hotel's eight specialty restaurants have something for every appetite whether it's a cocktail at the scenic "Sailmaker's Den," filet mignon in the quaint English atmosphere of "The Oak Room," or a sizzling steak at "El Vaquero."
Unique shops, superb restaurants, superior accommodations, plus many helpful and informative services make the Disneyland Hotel a vacationer's finest bet on where to stay when visiting Southern California. And, best of all, "the happiest place on earth" is just a monorail ride in the sunshine away.
From the Summer 1970 edition of Vacationland magazine, published by Disneyland.