For the complete Disneyland experience, book a room at this three-tower, 988-room complex. Disney characters are on hand to greet guests and, everywhere you turn, there seem to be little touches of the Magic Kingdom. Standard rooms are spacious and tastefully done in a traditional style with pastel pinks and blues. There’s a pricier Club Level, where guests have access to complimentary snacks throughout the day, as well as wine and cheese each evening. The hotel’s famous monorail connects to the parks via Downtown Disney, so you can return any time during the day for a nap, or to cool off in one of the hotel’s pools. The pool areas are currently being renovated, and the Peter Pan-inspired Never Land Pool Complex will soon be replaced with a complex including three waterslides. The hotel’s aquatic facelift will include an all-new immersion water play area and a new Tahitian-themed restaurant and Jungle Cruise-themed bar. On Magic Morning Early Entry days, hotel guests are invited to enter Disneyland before the park opens to the general public, in order to enjoy select rides before the crowds arrive.