The Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California is a tourist destination with a rich history of staying at luxury hotels.
But this summer, the resort announced it was discontinuing its $400-a-night resort-style stays for guests with a medical condition, and guests with medical issues may soon be able to book their own accommodations with the Disneyland Resort Hotel in California.
The announcement comes on the heels of other changes in the resort, including a $200-per-night minimum stay fee and a $2,500 fee for medical insurance for those with pre-existing conditions.
Guests with pre.existing conditions who are not covered under a specific insurance plan will be able visit the Disneyland Hotel, but hotel guests without medical coverage will have to pay for their own medical treatment.
Guests will be required to provide their hotel room number, room number and medical information at the time of booking, according to a statement from the resort.
The Disneyland Resort, which has an annual attendance of more than 17 million people, announced a $500 per night minimum hotel-style stay fee in June and then announced in July it would eliminate the $400-$800 annual minimum stay in favor of a $400 minimum room fee for guests who are with a pre-condition.
The resort announced last week it would be reducing the minimum room rate from $400 to $200 for a limited time.
The Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim is the largest hotel in the world, but there are several other resorts in California and elsewhere that offer similar accommodations.
While the $200-$200 minimum room-fee is significantly lower than the $300-$400 minimum hotel fee that the Disneyland resort has been charging for the past few years, the hotel is still charging more than other hotels in the area.
According to a report from TripAdvisor, the average room-stay fee at other resorts is $600-700, while the Disneyland hotel is charging $600-$800.
Guests staying at the Disneyland, however, will pay more because they will be paying more for their room, hotel and meal expenses.
The $200 minimum hotel room-charge at Disneyland, which is the most common hotel-room charge, is the same as the $600 minimum room charge the Disneyland park in Anaheim has been offering since 2010.
The $200 room-payment for guests staying at Disneyland is the lowest in the region.
Guests are also not paying the same rate as other guests in the same hotel room.
The only other resort that charges the $100-$200 room charge is the Disney Vacation Club in Orlando.