• On Jan 11, 2017
    Mike from NE Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Which hotel should I stay in for a great view of fireworks at night in Disneyland? Is it better on the concierge level?

    Hello Mike,

    Thanks for submitting your question to the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    As you know, the Fireworks at the Disneyland Resort are truly spectacular....perhaps the best ending to a magical day at the Happiest Place on Earth!
    I always recommend to friends and family that they make an effort to watch the Fireworks at the park so they can enjoy the story, music and narration that is part of the show.

    In all the times I've stayed at a Disneyland Resort hotel, I've only viewed the Fireworks from my hotel room once (more on that later).

    In general, you can request a hotel room with a Fireworks view but cast members may not guarantee it and explain that the Fireworks show can be cancelled on any given day, due to bad weather.
    With that said, the concierge lounges at the Disneyland Hotel and Disney's Grand Californian offer private viewing areas for an additional cost, to guests staying in Club-level rooms.

    I personally stayed at Disney's Grand Californian last year with a view of Downtown Disney, which was excellent. It gave us a fantastic view of the Fireworks.

    Hope this helps.

    Have a great day!

    -Anabel M.
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Meet the Panelist: Anabel, California

I'm a bilingual, Disney-loving happy wife & proud mommy of Benny & Toby (Woody & Buzz). I've always loved Disneyland. Each trip to this magical place makes me "curiouser and curiouser." I'm proud to serve as a planDisney panelist and look forward to helping with your Disneyland Resort questions. My best advice? Buy the mouse ears, eat the churro, sing out loud and forget about your worries and your strife while at the “happiest place on Earth” Learn More About Anabel

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