New reservations for the Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel are currently available for travel dates on June 1 and later, according to the Disneyland website. This does not mean that they won’t be opening sooner though. Disneyland hotel guests with existing travel dates prior to June 1 or who cancelled reservations due to the coronavirus closure are eligible for a “special offer” on rooms from June 1 to Dec.31. The special offer is a $50 per night resort credit that can be combined with a new room rate on stays after June 1. Certainly, June seems like about as safe a bet as one can make under the circumstances. It’s possible you could make a reservation in June right now, and still need to cancel it in a couple of months. If you go to the Walt Disney World website right now, or for Disneyland, and try to book a room for any time in April or May, the site will tell you that there are no rooms available. However, if you want to book a vacation for anytime reservation. This would certainly seem to imply that the resort expects to be able to honor those reservations. The parks will have been closed for 11 weeks if we actually get to June 1 without a reopening.
So, stay tuned for more updates if anything gets better or worse. Fingers crossed!