ANAHEIM, Calif., Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Disneyland Resort guests can enhance the fun and value of their magical vacation with a special bonus: a free Disney Gift Card to use for food and merchandise purchases during their experience - just by staying at a Disneyland Resort on-site hotel.
Guests who stay at one of the three Disneyland Resort hotels - Disneyland Hotel, Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel, and Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and Spa - receive a Disney Gift Card -- $50 for a two-night stay, $100 for a three- night stay, or $150 for a four-night stay. The gift cards are provided upon check-in and available for use at any of the Disney-owned restaurants and stores located inside Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure theme parks, Disneyland Resort hotels and Downtown Disney. Travel must be completed by April 30.
Whether it's discovering whimsical Disney art at the Disneyland Hotel, stepping back in time to the golden days of California beachfronts at Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel or indulging the senses at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and Spa, staying at any of the Resort hotels provides the Disney magic from check-in to check-out. Guests are steps away from two of the world's most famous theme parks and a vibrant dining and entertainment district.
Hotel guests also receive special benefits including "Magic Mornings," an exclusive early entry program for hotel guests into Fantasyland and Tomorrowland to enjoy popular attractions such as the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage, Peter Pan's Flight, Dumbo the Flying Elephant and King Arthur Carrousel. In addition, guests are treated to up close and personal character greetings in the Disneyland Hotel lobby and can start each morning with an entertaining Disney Character breakfast at either property.
Hotel guests can also add a little character to their stay by reserving "Character Quarters" at the Disneyland Hotel. The new Character Quarters are connecting kids' rooms which feature two twin beds, flat screen televisions, vibrant furnishings, flooring and amenities created with Mickey Mouse and Disney Princess themes. By reserving a regular guest room with an attached Character Quarters room, guests are guaranteed connecting rooms, a popular request from families traveling with young children.
To add even more magic to their Disneyland Resort stay, adult guests can play like a kid with the "Everyone Plays for the Kid's Price" ticket program. The special winter and spring program features three-day or longer Disneyland Resort Park Hopper Tickets, good for admission to both theme parks.
For more information and to book a Disneyland Resort hotel room, guests can contact their local travel agent, visit www.disneyland.com or call 1-866-60-DISNEY.
With the economy the way it is, they have to try something. The only issue is on how much Disneyland will be affected by all this since they depend more on the locals rather than tourists. So how much of an effect can a promotion that rewards the tourists will have on the attendance?