What are the hotels closest to the main entrance to Disneyland that is not a Disneyland hotel?

Question by Catherine: What are the hotels closest to the main entrance to Disneyland that is not a Disneyland hotel?
I would like to book a nice hotel (not one of the official Disney hotels) that is close as possible (walking distance) to the Main Entrance.
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Answer by Flatpaw
There are nothing but hotels right outside Disneyland, and even if they aren’t walking distance, they all have a free shuttle to take you.

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2 thoughts on “What are the hotels closest to the main entrance to Disneyland that is not a Disneyland hotel?

  1. “nice” and “close” don’t always go together. I’ve stayed at the Tropicana Inn & Suites and it’s ok for a motel, but I wouldn’t qualify it as “nice” (which I usually equate with a grander hotel like a Hilton). The Park Place is also walking distance.

    Disney has a helpful map of the Good Neighbor hotels in the area (which you might want to cross-check with Google maps because some of the hotels are not quite as close as the Disney map makes it appear.)
    http://disneyland.disney.go.com/maps/#/m=good-neighbor

  2. The main entrance to Disneyland is closest to Harbor Blvd. If you take a look at a map of Harbor Blvd. between the freeway and W. Katella, you’ll see many options, and all on this stretch are within walking distance.

    Many are motels, some nicer than others. I have stayed at the Howard Johnson three times, and it’s become my family’s go-to place when we’re not staying at one of the Disney properties. It’s great for families with younger kids, as there’s a water play area with small waterslides, water guns and a dump bucket. I have also heard good things about the Candy Cane Inn and the Ramada Main Gate.

    In terms of shuttles, you don’t need one if you stay on this stretch of Harbor. Candy Cane Inn does have a free shuttle, and you can always take ART (Anaheim Resort Transit), which makes rounds of most area hotels for a fee.

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