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Disneyland Trip Planning
Topic: Grand Californian Suite?

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smoaky
Sat 6/23/2007 1:35p
I am considering a stay at GCH in December and it would be for 3 adults and 3 kids (one infant). When I plugged it all in on the Disneyland website it quoted me for a one bedroom suite, but the site was having problems so it said to try again later. When I did that, it now says that I need to call reservations because I can't get a quote for that many people occupying a room. I will eventually get around to doing that, but in the meantime does anyone know anything about the suites and/or have pictures of one of them? Any help would be great, thanks:)
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Mickeymouseclub
Sat 6/23/2007 2:47p
I could not find pictures of their suites on their website,AllEarsNet or Expedia...I do know they have a very limited amount of suites at each of their Hotels and they book fast.
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smoaky
Sat 6/23/2007 7:16p
Thanks Mickeymouseclub:)
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MickeyMommy
Sat 6/23/2007 9:14p
Rooms at the Disney hotels only allow for up to 5 people, including infants. I have been lucky enough to stay in suites in both the DLH and PPH, but not the GCH, but have heard the suites there are wonderful. But be warned, the suites at GCH are by far the most expensive of the 3 hotels. Look for any discounts you can get; AAA, Annual Passholder discount, military, senior discount etc.
Have a wonderful trip!
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julybaby
Mon 6/25/2007 9:58a
I have stayed in a regular room at the Grand but not a suite. However, I recently had the pleasure of being upgraded to a one bedroom theme park view suite at Paradise Pier and it was wonderful! One room had two queen beds and an adjoining bathroom. The other room had a queen size pull out sofa and a dining area and another bathroom. I have stayed at the Grand several times and I actually like The Paradise Pier Hotel better.
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smoaky
Mon 6/25/2007 11:42a
I've stayed at DLH and PPH before and the Paradise Pier is actually our hotel of choice on Disney property, but we have never stayed at the Grand Californian. We are AP's but I understand the senior discount is deeper than the regular 10% AP discount. My MIL can get us a senior discount, so I thought we could splurge a little on our first stay at GCH. I've heard their rooms are somewhat smaller than the other hotels, so a suite would be ideal. Thanks for all the responses!:)
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Lisann22
Mon 6/25/2007 12:31p
Here is the link to all the different style suites and their floor plans. The most common is the Artisan style.

Brace yourself they are expensive. I've stayed in suites in the Grand twice.

Hope this helps.

http://disneyland.disney.go.co
m/dlm/en_US/index?id=GCHGuestsRoomAndSuitesPage
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kari12177
Mon 6/25/2007 2:03p
Save your money, we stayed in a standard for 3 nights and it was a grand, suites are really high in price!
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ploeb909
Mon 6/25/2007 3:34p
I logged on, this area does not give prices. Curious though.
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smoaky
Mon 6/25/2007 5:37p
I can't stay in a standard room because there will be 6 of us, but I was just wondering if anyone had stayed in a suite and could comment:)

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