Club Level Access is labeled under “Club Level”. The room we had was Premium View with Club Level Access. It ran $72 more per night.
Disneyland Hotel runs about $160 more per night.
Grand Californian runs about $240 more per night
This made me wonder what the difference in the club levels were. I guess the only way to truly find out is stay club level from now on!
I think the best value comes when you don’t have a Character breakfast to rush off to. The continental breakfast is more than adequate for my kids who are used to cereal and fruit in the morning.
The offerings for breakfast were:
2 types of fruit juice: Orange and Cranberry
Milk and “Spa Water”
4 types of cereal: Fruit Loops, Frosted Flakes, Raisin Bran and another type of “healthy” cereal (we didn’t eat that one)
Fresh fruit: melons, pineapple, grapes, strawberries, bananas (whole), apples (whole)
mixed danishes, chocolate and blueberry muffins
cream cheese, peanut butter, jams for the bagels
hot teas, coffees and Nespresso
It was more than enough for 2 days of breakfasts. Do they continental breakfasts at other hotels? Yes. But, do they have these silly straws? No.
Every time we went to the club level or what we started calling it, “Snack level”, we had to access it with our room key and then show it to the concierge. So every member of your party must have a physical room key to access the snack level.
Is it worth the extra $72 for breakfast of 5 only? Not yet, but it did save us about $45 so, if I can squeeze an extra $27 out of the rest of the day, it just might be enough to break even.
Stay tuned for snack level wine and cheese and snack level snacks.