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    The best of DLH

    We (4 adults , one child) are booked in the Disneyland Hotel for Feb (7 nights not consierge level). My booking did include a possible request of a room upgrade on arrival. If given the choice which tower would you request? Which view rocks?We arrive on my D-I-L's birthday and she is a huge Disney fan. Want to really make her week. we have stayed Desert Inn and Ho-Jo on other visits. Want the extra magic this time...while the Canadian dollar is strong!

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    Re: The best of DLH

    Hello~ I did notice on the Disneyland website that the annual pasholder rates for The Disneyland Hotel in February is about $159. I hope you were able to book the hotel that way. If not you might want to buy one annual pass.

    The tower that is closest to the monorail and has views of the fireworks is what used to be the Sierra tower. I think it is now called the Dream tower, but if you say Sierra they will know which one.

    Have a great trip!
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    Re: The best of DLH

    Yeah, request a room overlooking DTD and the Parks in the Sierra/Dreams Tower.

    The higher the better!

    Enjoy!

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    Re: The best of DLH

    Agreed w/Sierra tower (whatever it is now) with a Downtown Disney view!
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