List of Official Disney Hotels at Disney Parks and Resorts

It’s extremely difficult, perhaps even impossible, to see everything a Disney theme park has to offer in a single day. Some guests may just visit specific attractions or areas to save time, but those ready to tour it all might consider spending a night or two nearby. That’s where the on-site hotels come in.

Hotel accommodations around Disney Parks and Resorts are either officially owned by the company or not. Here is the first installment of a list of all Disney-owned hotels in their theme parks around the world. We’ll cover two theme park complexes to start.

Disneyland Resort

  1. (Original) Disneyland Hotel – Built in 1955 by Jack Wrather; acquired by Disney in 1988
  2. Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa – Opened in 2001; first Disneyland Resort Hotel built and operated solely by Disney
  3. Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel – Opened near Disney California Adventure in 1984 by Japan’s Tokyu Group; bought by Disney in 1995
  4. (unnamed) Hotel #4 – Grand opening in 2021

Disneyland Paris (All Hotels opened in 1992)

  1. Disneyland Hotel (Paris) – Hotel in the American-Victorian architectural style
  2. Disney’s Hotel New York – Themed after New York City
  3. Disney’s Newport Bay Club – Styled like a New England town
  4. Disney’s Sequoia Lodge – Patterned after an American National Park Lodge
  5. Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne – Evokes the American Old West
  6. Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe – Celebrates the American Southwest
  7. Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch – Cabins in a wooded wilderness campground setting

Tokyo Disney Resort

  1. Disney Ambassador Hotel – First Disney-owned hotel in the area; opened in 2000
  2. Tokyo DisneySea Hotel MiraCosta – First Disney-owned hotel to be located within a theme park premises rather than outside in the complex vicinity; opened with Tokyo DisneySea in 2001, its exterior makes up most of the “background buildings” in DisneySea’s Mediterranean Harbor entrance area
  3. Tokyo Disneyland Hotel – Opened in 2008 as part of celebrations for the resort’s 25th anniversary; patterned after Disneyland Hotel (Paris), and later inspired Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel
  4. Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel – Opened 2016 at Shin-Urayasu; notable for being the first Disney-owned hotel to be located completely outside a resort complex; formerly the Palm & Fountain Terrace Hotel until bought and remodeled by Disney; connected to Tokyo Disney Resort by a free 15-minute shuttle service

Hong Kong Disneyland Resort 

  1. Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel – Styled after both the Disneyland Hotel (Paris) and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa in Walt Disney World; opened in 2005
  2. Disney’s Hollywood Hotel – Also opened in 2005; designed to evoke Hollywood in the 1930s, during the Classical Sound Era of Cinema
  3. Disney Explorer’s Lodge – An exploration-themed hotel with four distinct areas (African, South American rainforest, Polynesian and Asian); opened in 2017 and is the largest hotel in Hong Kong Disneyland Resort

Shanghai Disney Resort (All Hotels opened in 2016)

  1. Shanghai Disneyland Hotel – Done in the Art Nouveau style; one of its many restaurants is themed after Beauty and the Beast
  2. Toy Story Hotel – First Disney hotel themed after Pixar’s Toy Story; has two distinct wings named after Sheriff Woody and Buzz Lightyear; its Sunnyside Cafe is decorated with Disney characters flying traditional Chinese kites