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Disneyland Ontario Resort


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Parking and Transportation

The transportation to Disneyland Ontario Resort. There are 2 buses, Disney's Magical Express and Disney Transportation. The resort also has a monorail that connects Disneyland Ontario, Disneyland Ontario Resort, and Festival Disney.

Guests in Ontario and surrounding areas may travel by car, motorcycle, or bike. Taxis are also available from Ottawa to the resort.

There are 9 parking lots for Disneyland Ontario. They are; Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Pluto, Goofy, Chip, Dale, and Snow White. At Festival Disney, there are 5 parking lots; Cinderella, Aurora, Snow White, Jasmine, and Merida.

At the hotels, there are a total of 4 parking lots per hotel, listed from A-D.

There are two major ways to enter the resort. The first way is a direct road to the park, and the other is to anywhere in the resort.


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Festival Disney

Festival puts the laugh in your place, the pep in your step, sun on you shine, you name it. All things life lives here.

This complex is made like a festival, with lights hanging across big walkways, an open concept, and some fun experiences.

There are many, many nooks and crannies in Festival Disney, as well as dozens of corner-shops and shops! There are also some fine dining and fun dinner experiences.

To the side of Festival Disney is Hotel Avenue. Hotel Avenue has 6 third-party hotels: Delta Continental at Festival Disney, Holiday Inn Disneyland Ontario, Hyatt Grand Vista Resort at Festival Disney, Sheraton Resort & Spa Disney, The Westin Express Hotel Avenue, and Marriott Hotel at Festival Disney. These hotels run from $99-$199 a night.

From Hotel Avenue to Festival Disney is a sidewalk. It depends on which side and what hotel you're at. There is also bus transportation to and from each of the parks as well as Festival Disney (Route A: Delta, Holiday Inn, Hyatt. Route B: Sheraton, Westin, Marriott.).

Festival Disney has 54 shops and 21 restaurants, which 2 are dining experiences.


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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Eating

Festival Disney does have some pretty fun and exciting experiences, but none of them beat the thrilling, bold, and daring Indiana Jones and the Temple of Eating restaurant and stage show.

The exterior is exactly like the one above, but slightly bigger. Inside, however, is massive, and has upstairs ledge dining, and downstairs dining, so you can see the stage show at different angles.

If stage shows aren't your fancy, head on outside to the covered patio that houses Indiana Jones Pit, a bar full of thrilling tastes, some for little ones and others for the adults. You can also eat outside, so you don't have to sit at the bar.

Back inside, make your reservation or book early to get a good seat for the stage show.

Just like above and as mentioned, there are upstairs ledge dining to see the show. On stage, there will be performers acting out famous scenes from Indiana Jones, such as...

When the boulder scene comes on, the you will be able to feel rumbling and air will spew out at you, from tiny holes all around the room.

At the end of every show, there will be a special dessert party, for an extra $7.95 per person. Desserts include chocolate cake, hot fudge sundaes, and even the special Indiana Jones Idol of Sweets.

The shows run every hour, and last about 20-30 minutes. Seems short but, with a lot of action, it will feel like forever.​