Disneyland Hotels, Resorts and Restaurants

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The Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, California has operated since 1955, although it was not owned by The Walt Disney Company until 1988. When Walt Disney constructed Disneyland in 1955, the costs to build the park exceeded $17 million, and Disney did not have the money to build and operate a hotel. Walt Disney negotiated a deal with Jack Wrather to build and operate the hotel. The contract gave Wrather the rights to use the Disneyland Hotel name on any hotel in the state of California until 2054.

When Michael Eisner became Chairman & CEO of Walt Disney Productions in 1984, he desperately wanted to get out of the agreement with Wrather and bring the Disneyland Hotel under the Walt Disney Company's umbrella. However, everytime Wrather was approached by Disney he said that he was happy with the contract. Finally after Jack Wrather died, The Walt Disney Company bought the entire Wrather Corporation. By buying out the Wrather Corporation, Disney owned not only the Disneyland Hotel, but the RMS Queen Mary in Long Beach as well as the rights to The Lone Ranger. Disney sold the latter assets over time.

The hotel is comprised of three towers and other smaller buildings. Until 2001, the Disneyland Monorail took guests directly to the hotel's lobby. With the opening of the new Downtown Disney shopping district, the front of the hotel was removed, and the monorail now takes guests to Downtown Disney.

Goofy's Kitchen
Granville's Steak House
Hook's Pointe
Disneyland Resort Paris

The Disneyland Hotel at the Disneyland Resort Paris in Marne-la-Vallée, France is in an almost completely different style, taking on a late Victorian theme, and with an all-pink exterior. Guests visiting Disneyland Paris must walk underneath the arches of the hotel to get to their destination. It is by far the most luxurious and exclusive hotel in Disneyland Resort Paris.
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort

The third Disneyland Hotel to open is located at the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort in Penny's Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong. The theme of the hotel is of a tropical cotton plantation, and is located near Disneyland Harbour. The hotel is built on reclaimed land, and opened on September 12, 2005. The hotel, as with other buildings in the resort, has been completely built using the feng shui technique. It draws inspiration from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa at the Walt Disney World Resort, as well as the Disneyland Hotel at the Disneyland Resort Paris.
Future designs

Work has started on a new flagship hotel at the Tokyo Disney Resort, with released concept looking very similar to the Disneyland Hotels in France and Hong Kong. The name is unknown currently, but the Hotel will not be owned by The Walt Disney Company, as it is being built by the owner of the Tokyo Disney Resort, The Oriental Land Company.

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