Disney California Adventure's Twilight Zone: Tower of Terror Checks Out

About 1 year(s) ago by Ayres Hotels

Disney California Adventure’s classic Twilight Zone: Tower of Terror is taking their final reservations before it officially closes on January 2, 2017.

The park has begun honoring the celebrated ride by granting Disney California Adventure park guests the “Late Check-Out” experience. The Twilight Zone attraction will be creepier than imagination can create, as the ride will proceed in the depths of complete darkness. This is an experience that Tower of Terror fans will not want to miss.

Loyal guests of the Hollywood Tower Hotel will also be able to purchase commemorative merchandise in addition to food and beverage items throughout the last few weeks of its opening. Remember the token experience by taking a photograph of yourself “checking out” of the hotel with an exclusive photo location in front of the Hollywood Tower Hotel marquee. Of course, the photo would not be complete without the era’s vintage luggage, the glamour from the rising Hollywood town, and other scenes from the landmark’s story.

While the iconic, Hollywood Tower Hotel will be taking its final reservations, nearby ALO Hotel in Orange offers guests who want to spend their days at Disneyland Resort an added ease to their already comfortable stay.

ALO Hotel Orange offers an exclusive Magical Date Days Package especially for couples or two friends who want to make the most of their trip with two days at Disneyland Resort with the luxury of an accommodation outside of the resort’s bustle. The package includes two adult (2)-day Disneyland Resort Park Hopper tickets, $115 King Room Rate/$125 two queen room rate, complimentary parking, complimentary full breakfast buffet each morning, and complimentary WiFi.

Disneyland Resort and Twilight Zone fans do not want to miss the chance to join in the celebration of the beloved Tower of Terror thrill ride before it closes its doors for good.

ALO Hotel Orange is just a convenient, ten-minute drive to Disneyland Park.

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