LAX to Disneyland (Courtyard Anaheim Resort/Convention Center)


#1

Any suggestions on the cheapest option to get from LAX to Courtyard Anaheim Resort/Convention Center? The hotel is within walking distance to Disneyland. Currently have a rental for $171.96 as an estimated total which was the cheapest option from Avis. This hotel charges an onsite parking fee of $15.00 per day plus tax - we are staying for three days. Only myself, and a 15-year-old, and only plan on driving to and from the airport.


#2

If you still want to have a rental car, check out carrentalsavers.com. You should be able to do much better than the rate you have from Avis. Keep checking back, and rebook every time you see a better rate.


#3

Many of my friends love Supershuttle from LAX. It will be much cheaper than the car.


#4

If you only need transportation to and from the airport I have used the Disneyland bus, which is very inexpensive, but they have limited times and we have used a private shuttle and shared, all which are cheaper than renting car. We don't keep a car while at the resort because we have to pay for parking and we never intend to do other things until we leave. If you change your mind and want a car for the day to go to the beach or the like, there is an Alamo in Downtown Disney.


#5

If all you are doing in LA is DLR, you will NOT need a car once you're at the hotel. Have you checked to see if the hotel has an airport shuttle service? LAX to DLR is a very popular route; I'm sure that there are MANY shuttle services that would be cheaper than the rental car option.


#6

Even Lyft and Uber are cheaper than that.


#7

T/A recommended Karma Coach. We will take the Disney bus from LAX to Paradise Pier but since we are taking the redeye home we need another way back to LAX. I think the estimate for the two of us was $44. Does Supershuttle pick up at the hotels and is it less expensive.


#8

I'm looking to boost the Disneyland Resort Express. Does anybody know where I might be able to find a promo code? There is an option on the form, and it never hurts to ask.