Hotels With Airport Shuttles Near Disneyland

by Lee Grayson Google

Disneyland amusement park is situated between the Santa Ana Freeway and downtown Anaheim in central Orange County, California. While a host of hotels near the park offer shuttle service to the theme park, a few also assist guests in arranging commercial shuttle transportation to John Wayne/Orange County or Los Angeles airports. Shuttle fees are based on the type of shuttle required, van or town car, and the number of riders requesting transportation.

Candy Cane Inn

Guests at the Candy Cane Inn on South Harbor Boulevard in Anaheim have only a 250-yard walk to the entrance of Disneyland. Van or town car shuttle services to either Orange County or Los Angeles airports may be arranged with the hotel desk. Fees range in price with the number of travelers and the service requested. The inn accommodations feature a choice of standard, deluxe or premium rooms. Standard rooms sleep a traveling party of four, while the larger deluxe room has a capacity for five guests. Premium room service includes in-room breakfast as part of the basic accommodation fees.

Ayres Hotel Anaheim

The Ayres Hotel on East Katella Avenue in Anaheim offers a choice of 133 studio suites with access to an on-site heated swimming pool, whirlpool spa, fitness studio and business center. Room amenities include microwaves and refrigerators. A complimentary full breakfast and free weekday evening reception are also included in the room fees. The desk staff at the Ayres Hotel in Anaheim, minutes away from Disneyland's main gate, offers assistance in making reservations for commercial shuttle service to either John Wayne/Orange County or Los Angeles airports from the hotel complex.

Doubletree Guest Suites Anaheim Resort-Convention Center

The Doubletree Guest Suites Anaheim Resort-Convention Center on South Harbor Boulevard, adjacent to the Anaheim Convention Center, offers airport transportation to John Wayne Airport/Orange County via bus, limousine or commercial shuttle for a range in fees determined by the number of travelers. Transportation to Los Angeles International Airport to the Doubletree Guest Suites may be made with commercial shuttle services. Amenities at the Doubletree include rooms, suites and special needs accessible rooms. The hotel offers a pool, fitness room and video arcade.

Hotel Pepper Tree

The Hotel Pepper Tree, an extended stay hotel on West Lincoln in Anaheim, features full kitchens, room patios and balconies, and an outdoor-heated swimming pool. Shuttle transportation to Disneyland and both Los Angeles and John Wayne/Orange County airports is available from the hotel for a set per-person fee. Town cars, limousines and van services are also available. The Pepper Tree offers two- and three-night Disneyland vacation packages that include accommodations and discounted amusement park tickets to the Magic Kingdom.

Ramada Inn Maingate at Park Anaheim

The Ramada Inn in Anaheim, across the street from Disneyland's main entrance gate at the Park Anaheim complex, has smoke-free rooms with complimentary breakfast, room refrigerators and microwaves. Hotel amenities feature an outdoor heated pool and concierge services to assist with arrangements for airport shuttle transportation from several commercial transportation companies. Transportation to Los Angeles International airport, approximately 37 miles from the hotel, and John Wayne/Orange County airport, less than 15 miles from the hotel, require payment of a per-person transportation fee.

About the Author

*I have written chapters and articles for Oxford and Harvard University Presses, ABC-CLIO, and others. Arcadia Press published two of my local history texts and I have also written for numerous "article sites," including Pagewise in 2002. My "How to become a...real estate agent" is available as an online text from a Canadian publisher. *I taught writing courses at a branch campus of Indiana University. *I held a California real estate license and have remodeled four of my own homes and advised others on financing homes, repairing credit to qualify for loans, and managing construction (including meeting local, state, and federal regulations for restoration and development grants). *I served as an AmeriCorps*VISTA volunteer and wrote nearly $75,000 in small education grants (under $1,000). *My travels include frequent road trips in Canada, Mexico, U.S., and Europe. I attended school at Cambridge University and used this as a base to explore the UK and Europe.