Prime Time Shuttle wants to take you to the happiest places on earth, including Disneyland. Our Disneyland Shuttle
can pick you up from LAX and take you to Disneyland, California Adventure, Downtown Disney, or any of the Disneyland Resort Hotels for only $15 so you can start your dream vacation. When the fun is over and it is time to head home, Prime Time Shuttle will pick you up and take you back to LAX for the same low fare. Don’t let your vacation get ruined by L.A. traffic, we will do the driving so you can enjoy your trip to Disneyland Resort.
Whether you are coming from the airport, a hotel, or your home, we can bring you to Disneyland. Why hassle with Anaheim traffic and high parking prices when you can relax as our drivers take you to the best parks and attractions in Southern California. Vacationers can enjoy their trips without worrying about how to get around the freeways and streets of California. Residents can take a break from the daily grind and let someone else drive for them. Prime Time offers shared rides as well as exclusive (private) service to Disneyland as well as many other locations in So. Cal.
The Disneyland Resort, commonly known as Disneyland, is an entertainment resort in Anaheim, California. It is owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company through its Parks and Resorts division and is home to two theme parks (Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure), three hotels, and a shopping, dining, and entertainment complex known as Downtown Disney.
The resort was developed by Walt Disney in the 1950s. When it opened to guests on July 17, 1955, the property consisted of Disneyland, its 100-acre parking, and the Disneyland Hotel, owned and operated by Disney’s business partner Jack Wrather. After succeeding with the multi-park, multi-hotel business model at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, Disney acquired large parcels of land adjacent to Disneyland to apply the same business model in Anaheim.
During the expansion, the property was named the Disneyland Resort to encompass the entire complex, while the original theme park was named Disneyland Park. The company purchased the Disneyland Hotel from the Wrather Company and the Pan Pacific Hotel from the Tokyu Group. The Pan Pacific Hotel later became Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel. The property saw the addition of Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, a second theme park, named Disney California Adventure, and the Downtown Disney shopping, dining, and entertainment area.