Disneyland Renovates Spa Hotel

Disneyland is expanding its Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, which will offer the first Disney Vacation club villas in Anaheim, increasing the property's accommodations by more than 30 percent. The project, scheduled for completion in 2009, will be a 2.5-acre expansion on the hotel's south side and will see the addition of over 200 hotel rooms and 50 two-bedroom equivalent vacation villas, which will include kitchens and living and dining areas. Other expansion plans call for a rooftop deck, a new swimming pool and roughly 300 more parking spaces. Upon completion of the project, the Grand Californian Hotel & Spa will offer 745 guest rooms, 44 suites and 50 Disney Vacation Club villas. Visit [www.disneytravelagents.com].

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