Disneyland Resorts




Disneyland Hotel General Facts

1955 is when the Disneyland Hotel debuted

1150 Magic Way, Anaheim, CA 92802 is the current address of the Disneyland Hotel

10 million is the estimated cost to build the Disneyland Hotel

3 buildings make up this property

990 rooms are at the Disneyland Hotel

2 pools are at the Disneyland Hotel

5 dinning locations are at the Disneyland Hotel

4 shopping location are located at the Disneyland Hotel

5,000-square-foot paradise inspired by the adventures of Peter Pan is at the Disneyland Hotel

500 million guests have been to Disneyland resort as of 10:16 am on January 8th, 2004.

1,400 rooms are now in the Disneyland Hotel that opened on January 1988. Also have 136, 000 SQ FT of convention space.

200 rooms were in the Disneyland hotel original plans

7 rooms were available on opening day due to the electrician and plumbers strike

104 rooms were ready to be used after the first week of opening the Disneyland Hotel in 1955

$9.00 was the cost of a room on opening night at the Disneyland Hotel this was a balcony room in 1955

$11.00 was the cost of room on the ground floor on opening night at the Disneyland Hotel

$22 was the cost of a suite at the Disneyland hotel in 1955

4 years was the length of time that the cost of a room stayed the same from 19955 to 1959

5 Garden building were the first structures to be be built as part of the Disneyland Hotel

1961 is when the monorail was added to the Disneyland hotel as a stop along its route.

1962 the Disneyland hotel expanded to 450 rooms

1961/62 a 18 hole miniature golf course was constructed at the Disneyland Hotel

26 helicopter flights a day landed at the Disneyland hotel to service guests arriving from LAX airport

$14 was the cost of the helicopter from LAX airport to Disneyland

20 minutes was the total length of time on the helicopter from LAX to Disneyland

400 square feet was the size of a room at the Disneyland hotel when they were originally built in 1955 to 1960

1955 each room at the Disneyland hotel had a TV, this was a 1st for hotel rooms, even some rooms had color TV’s too

1966 the Disneyland hotel was expanded again and 400 more rooms were added to bring the total to 600 rooms and suites. This edition was called the “tower” and was later renamed the Sierra tower

1969 the Disneyland hotel expanded again this time they added 2 more towers, a marina and travel facilities and it moved the lobby of the hotel as well

1972 is when the convention center was built and added to the Disneyland Hotel

1970 is when the 2 addition towers were officially opened to the public

1441 West street was the original location of the hotel lobby of the Disneyland Hotel

.50 was the cost to rent a paddle boat at the Disneyland Hotel

1988 is when Disney bought the Disneyland hotel from its original owner Jack Wrather

26 feet high is the height of 1 of the water slides at the Disneyland resort

187 feet long is slide #1 at the Disneyland resort

13 feet high is the height of the 2nd water slides at the Disneyland resort

112 feet long is slide #2 at the Disneyland resort

1 2 lane mini slide was built for the younger kids in 2011

1,400 square feet is the size of the new Big Thunder Mountain theme suite

8 people can be seated at the dining room table in the Big Thunder Mountain theme suite

2 bedrooms are in the new Big Thunder Mountain theme suite

2 new slides where installed in May 2011

1 slide is 13 feet high and 112 feet long

1 slide is 26 feet high and 187 feet long

1 − 2 lane mini slide which is 2 ½ feet hight and 19 feet long

4 foot deep pool was installed next to the new Monorail water play area

2 years were need to complete the transformation which was completed in 2011

21 1 hour programs over 3 years were guaranteed by Disney to ABC for their $4.5 million dollar investment in Disneyland in 1954

34.48% of Disney shares was owned by ABC for their $500,000 investment

34.48% of Disney shares was owned by Walt Disney Productions for their $500,000 investment

13.8% of Disney shares was owned by Western printing & Lithograph Co for their $200,00 investment

16.55% of Disney shares was owned by Walt Disney for his $250,000 investment

$4,5 million was invested by ABC to guarantee the bank loans & would receive all profits from fodd concessions for 10 years.

1954 was the date of the original Disneyland hotel agreement and it went as follows; $1 Million per month rental during the construction period, $2 million per month rental upon the completion of construction, and thereafter for the term of the lease, plus 2% of the gross on the 1st $500 Million & 1 ½% of the gross above $500 million the % rental to be computed & paid on a annual basis

$25,000 per year was charged for the use of the word “Disneyland” in connection with the operation of the motor lodge and trailer park

1,200 guest were the Original capacity of the coffee shop in 1955

1,000 youngster could be accommodated in the nursery of the 1955 Disneyland hotel

700 parking spots were planned for the disneyland hotel in 1955

2 dormitories with 10 rooms were planned for students and youth organizations staying at the Disneyland Hotel

250 to 500 SQ feet per room were planned for the Disneyland Hotel

$450,000 was the estimated net profit of the Disneyland hotel after the first year

5/25/1955 the hotel increased the number of rooms from 500 to 650

$750,000 was the total cost of the permits for the restaurants construction in 1955

4 restaurants were built at the Disneyland Hotel in 1955

200 cast members were working at the Disneyland Hotel in 1955

$9.00 to $22.00 was the cost for a standard room to a deluxe room in 1955

KEystone 5-8171 was phone number of the Disneyland Hotel

1441 West Street was the original address of the Disneyland Hotel

KEystone 5-2297 was the phone number for the Gourmet Restaurant & Cocktail lounge in 1955

1,000 guests could be seated in the Gourmet Restaurant in 1955

650 guests could be seated in the Cocktail lounge in 1955

17 speciality shops were built 1955 when the Disneyland hotel first opened

$31,057.00 was the total of the Hotel rentals in May 1956

$43,849.00 was the total of the Hotel rentals in June 1956

154 rooms were open in June of 1956

$500,000 was the estimating operating profit as of Oct 1, 1957

45 feet by 75 feet was the size of the Coral Swim club pool that was all tiled and heated to 75 degrees

$10 to $19 was the cost of a room for singles & doubles in 1957

$15 to $18 was the cost of a room for families in 1957

$22 to $25 was the cost of a room for suites in 1957

234 rooms were open in 1959

Paradise Pier Hotel

1984 is when the Paradise Pier Hotel debuted

2 buildings are part of this property

489 rooms are in this hotel

2 dinning locations are at the Paradise Pier Hotel

1 shopping location is at the Paradise Pier Hotel

1 pool is at the Paradise Pier Hotel

30,000 SQ FT of convention space are at the Paradise Pier Hotel

Grand Californian Hotel

55 acres were used to build the Grand Californian Hotel

1 building is on the Grand Californian Hotel

751 rooms are in the Grand Californian Hotel

1 pool is at the Grand Californian Hotel

3 dinning locations are at the Grand Californian Hotel

1 shop is at the Grand Californian Hotel

20,000 SQ of convention space is also available at the Grand Californian Hotel

12,000-square-foot Sequoia Ballroom, with spacious pre-function area.

18 breakout rooms, including seven rooms connected to relaxing terrace areas.

300 underground parking spaces (once expansion is complete)

945 beautifully appointed guest rooms (once expansion is complete)

44 suites will beat the Grand California Hotel (once expansion is complete)

3 pools will be at the Grand California Hotel (once expansion is complete)