Somewhere in the deep southwest of the USA is this hotel at the Rio Grande, the river that can be traced from Lake Disney to its "source". The individual buildings of Disney's Hotel Santa Fe are very angled, so that they connect the atmosphere of a pueblos in US/Mexcian border states, right on Route 66.
The hotel complex is located on the banks of the Rio Grande, directly opposite to Hotel Cheyenne, which is designed like a western town.
The classic rooms at the Hotel Santa Fe are designed for four people and are therefore equipped with two double beds. But there are also family rooms that can accommodate six people.
There are two room categories, which differ in their location of the hotel. There are the Rio Grande rooms, which are a little cheaper in price and located along the river and the more centrally located Eldorado rooms for a small upcharge.
The total of 1000 rooms of this hotel are spread over 42 buildings (pueblos), which, depending on the building, have two to four floors. If you have problems walking upstairs or need a wheelchair-accessible room, please indicate this when booking, so your needs can be taken into account accordingly.
The rooms were originally designed in Mexican-Aztec decor, but have now been fundamentally renovated and designed in a car design. The popular Pixar film Cars provides various motives for duvets, pictures, etc. Instead of pueblo style, Radiator Springs has now moved into this hotel. The almost legendary drive-in thetaer screen above the entrance, which showed a close-up of Clint Eastwood, has given way to a screen with Lightning McQueen.
If you haven't experienced enough after a day in the two theme parks, then take some time to explore the hotel, there are still a few remnants of the original theming to be discovered today, for example a UFO. At the fountain of the Rio Grande, it is also usually nice and quiet and almost a little romantic.
Special services of this hotel
Guests of this Disney hotel can enjoy some special services. In addition to the hotel car park, the central car park at the parks can also be used free of charge.
In addition, all guests of the Hotel Santa Fe can enjoy the Extra Magic Time, the special opening times of the Disneyland Park and the Walt Disney Studios.
And if the walk to the park entrance is too far, the free bus shuttle can be used, which leaves directly from the hotel entrance.
Disney's Hotel Santa Fe at a glance Welcome to Route 66 - Hotel in the style of the American Southwest Brief info Hotel category Theme:Cars / New Mexico / Route 66 Walking distance to the parks:ca. 15-20 minutes Ratings Hotel theming Hotel amenties Room theming Room amenities Restaurant(s) Bar(s) Pool--- Wellness & Spa--- Leisure activities For kids For couples click & book Amenities & services
- Restaurant: La Cantina
- Bar: Rio Grande
- Shop: Trading Post
- Extra Magic Hours
- baggage storage
- laundry room
- ice machines