|By PR Newswire||
|August 21, 2014 11:11 AM EDT||
ANAHEIM, Calif., Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- It has never been a better time to experience the happiest place on earth. Visitors can enjoy a family-fun vacation at Disneyland® with Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort's Creating Magical Moments with Grandparents and Kids at the Disneyland® Resort Parks Package.
Just a short walk from Disneyland®, the Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort encourages guests to wrap up the summer season with memories that will last a lifetime. Visitors that take advantage of the deal in Anaheim, CA, will enjoy character-themed accommodations from $194 to $209 per night, a $25 Disney® gift card, Disney's Cars Land Collectable souvenir and free daily parking for one vehicle at the hotel. The Creating Magical Moments with Grandparents and Kids Package also includes one day admission to Disney's Magic Morning® entry at the Disneyland® Park where guests receive early entry on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday, to visit select attractions and meet their favorite Disney® characters. Each member of travel parties must have a valid 3-day or longer Disneyland® Resort Park Hopper ticket for theme park admission. To enhance the Magic Morning experience, it is strongly recommended guests arrive at least one hour and 15 minutes prior to regular park opening.
Whether fans of the new "Frozen" princesses or the animated classics from past generations, every visitors' dreams will come true when they enter the Disneyland® Park with this special offer valid through Sept. 30, 2014.
As Walt Disney's® original theme park, Disneyland® is divided into eight extravagant lands including Main Street, U.S.A., Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Mickey's Toontown, Frontierland, Critter Country, New Orleans Square and Adventureland. Vacationers can sail with pirates, explore exotic jungles and meet fairytale princesses all in the same day. From the tame to the adventurous, memorable attractions, shows and tours await dreamers of all ages.
In addition to Disneyland®, the Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort is a short walk from Disney's California Adventure Park and Downtown Disney District, ensuring guests are never far from the magic.
After a day of enchantment, visitors can continue to feel the Disney spirit with character-inspired guest rooms at the Disneyland resort hotel. Each themed accommodation features luxury bedding, a mini-refrigerator, coffee maker and in-room safe. Visitors can share photos of the day's adventures with their friends by taking advantage of the complimentary wireless Internet access offered in the Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort guest rooms, lobby and public areas.
Following a long day of walking the miles of magic, vacationers will appreciate a variety of dining and beverage options without having to leave the Disneyland®, CA, hotel. Pizza Hut Express makes for a no-fuss dinner for the whole family, while Seattle's Best Coffee is ideal for reenergizing before or after adventure-filled days. The Market also provides visitors easy access to quick snacks and drink options.
Visitors looking to take advantage of the limited time, family-fun package must use promotional code THM when making reservations online or by calling 1-800-228-9290. A three-night stay minimum is required. Magic Morning early admission is based on availability and does not operate daily. Applicable days and times of operation and all other elements including, but not limited to, operation of attractions, entertainment, stores and restaurants and appearances of characters may vary and are subject to change without notice. Subject to capacity and other restrictions.
About the Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort
The Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort at 1460 S. Harbor Blvd. in Anaheim, CA, is directly across from the Disneyland® Resort entrance and near Disneyland®, Disney's California Adventure and Downtown Disney District. The hotel is also a short drive from the Anaheim Convention Center, Honda Center and Angel Stadium. The hotel has nine floors featuring 467 rooms and one meeting room with 1,369 square feet of flexible event space. Amenities including complimentary Wi-Fi, an arcade, outdoor pool and whirlpool, and on-site food and beverage options including a Pizza Hut Express and Seattle's Best Coffee are available. For information, visit www.Marriott.com/LAXOC or call 1-714-772-6777.
Media Contact: Helen Forbes, Fairfield Inn Anaheim Resort, 1-714-772-6777, [email protected]
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