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Finding a Disneyland lodging can be challenging due to the great number of hotels located in the Anaheim and Buena Park areas. How does one choose the right hotel?

Look no further – the Holiday Inn Buena Park Hotel & Conference Center has everything to meet your family’s travelling needs.

Disneyland lodging can break a vacation budget – but staying a few miles away from Disneyland means a great vacation deal. The Holiday Inn has a price that is right – and a location that is convenient. Free transportation is available to Disneyland ® Park , Disney’s California Adventure ® Park and Downtown Disney ® District – as well as Knott’s Berry Farm, Knott’s Soak City, Medieval Times Dinner Theater and Pirates Dinner Adventure.

Other amenities that the Holiday Inn Buena Park offers families include: large outdoor heated pool, Hertz Car Rental onsite, exercise facility, full service restaurant and lounge and more.

Be sure to purchase your Disney and Knott’s tickets at the hotel and avoid the long lines – walk right up to the entry gate!

When making your reservations for this Disneyland lodging, ask about our 'create your own' Disney packages we offer great room accommodations and sell 2  and 3 day Disneyland Park Hopper ® Tickets directly at the hotel.

 

Don't want to purchase a Disneyland® package?


We've got great Room-only rates throughout the year... book in advance and save even more!

The following Disneyland ® tickets can be purchased at the hotel directly:

 

Disneyland ® Park Hopper Two Day Pass:
$210 adults*
$197 child*

Disneyland ® Park Hopper Three Day Pass
$244 adults*
$260 child*
3 Day Pass includes 1 magic morning entry (1 hour early entry on selected days).

*adults age 10+
*child age: 3-9

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