We were a bit surprised when despite of our advanced reservation in Disney Hollywood Hotel
by our travel agent here in the Philippines, we still got to wait until 2pm before we got a room. We have checked in few hotel and resorts in our country and they were not that strict in terms of their check-in and check-out time unlike in Hong Kong. (Anyway, our travel agent told us about how strict they are in terms of time).
There were plenty of other guests inside the lobby (mostly Indians)
, waiting like us. So we had our lunch first at Chef Mickey
Finally, when hubby went back to the guest service officer at 1pm (after we had our lunch)
, he said there was already a room for us. Yes!
Finally! Room 7740
We were all eager to get inside our room and so the moment we stepped inside and saw those two beds, we all jumped in and laid flat on our backs.
rest.. rest.. rest..
The kids enjoyed jumping up and down the bed and toyed on everything they saw inside the room
We unpacked some of our things; changed clothes then took a rest for just an hour. After that we went down for a free ride in the hotel’s shuttle service going to Disneyland (Finally the main event!)
Inside the elevator, going down the lobby
We traveled for around fifteen minutes I think
and when the bus stopped, the kids immediately wanted to step down. Actually, hubby and I wanted to do the same as we can’t take anymore the smell of some of our co-passengers. As we stepped down, we saw that it was still a long walk before we get to the main entrance. We didn’t bring my youngest daughter’s stroller because I knew there are available strollers for rent inside the park. By the way, we purchased our Disneyland Park Ticket
at the guest service of Disney Hollywood Hotel when we checked in.
I couldn’t describe how much fun the kids had during our stay inside the park so I’ll just share with you some of our pictures.
On our way to Disneyland through the Hotel’s Shuttle Service
Long walk before reaching the main entrance of the park
View from the inside of Disneyland HK
Rainy Day Theme Parade (my son doesn’t care if he gets wet as long as he sees all of the characters in the parade)
Snack Time!(hubby’s hand with plastic gloves courtesy of the food attendant in the park)
Inside a souvenir shop (see their funny hats?cute huh!)
Our kids were all tired and exhausted so we decided to leave the park at around 6pm. (I know we missed one memorable part of visiting Hong Kong Disneyland, the Fireworks Display). Maybe next time *wink*