4 Star Disneyland Area Hotel For Under $45
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I’m a huge Disney fan, and a trip to Disneyland is often a whirlwind of excitement and fun. It can also send my modest budget skyrocketing out of control. Park tickets, hotel nights, those oh-so-delectable churros and souvenirs seem to add up so fast.
Today, Extreme Hotel Deals has a stellar hotel deal that can really keep your hotel costs down for visits to the Happiest Place on Earth in 2016.
The DoubleTree by Hilton in Anaheim</a> typically goes for an average of $130 per night, but EHD has found it between just $23 and $44 almost every day between January 6 and November 30, 2016. That’s outstanding, especially when you consider that most Disneyland area hotels are going to set you back an average of $140 a night. For a weeklong trip, the savings could be enough to splurge on a character breakfast. Even though this deal is for a hotel near Disneyland, Pizza in Motion has the scoop on the best restaurant at Disney World, for those who find themselves on the opposite coast.
You can find all the details on Extreme Hotel Deal’s website, which shows you which sites you can go to for the deal (there are multiple ones).
I was able to price out several random dates for an average of $40 a night. The DoubleTree by Hilton Anaheim gets excellent ratings on just about every hotel review site, plus they offer free shuttle service to Disneyland. Don’t forget those warm, (free!) tasty cookies at check-in too.
Extreme Hotel Deals is a great site to keep an eye on, since they offer not only steals like this one but single night hotel price mistakes, and discounts. Many deals have to snapped up quickly, so subscribing to Extreme Hotel Deals is a great idea.
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