Luxury Sedan, Limo and Van Service For Disneyland and Southern California

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Airport Transfers to/from Disneyland in California

If you’re planning a trip to Disneyland in California, you have a lot of airport options. The closest airport to Disneyland is Orange County (SNA), followed by Long Beach (LGB), Ontario (ONT), Los Angeles (LAX) and Burbank (BUR). Those who will also be visiting San Diego may even consider that airport (SAN), which is about 1.5 hours south of Disneyland.

From some airports, using a limo or towncar may be the most economical option, particularly if you have a family of 3 or more.

Without a doubt, using a private vehicle is the easiest and most relaxing option. Generally speaking the driver meets you at baggage claim, assists you with your luggage, and takes you straight to your hotel. This gets your vacation off to a great start and helps you make the most of your precious vacation time.

ExecuCar

If you’re looking for an upscale, private ride to/from a Los Angeles (LAX, BUR, LGB, ONT) or Orange County (SNA) airport, try ExecuCar private sedan service.

Limos.com

Another option is Limos.com. They will get you quick quotes from up to a dozen competing companies and you can even read reviews of the various companies before you request the quote. When requesting a quote through Limos.com, the airports are obvious, but the location of Disneyland may not be, if you’re not familiar with the area. For Disneyland pickups and dropoffs, you would select “Los Angeles, Orange County (North).”

  • Get $10 off airport rides with Limos.com. Use code AFF13$10.

Transfers to/from Port of San Diego (California Disney Cruise Line Port)

If you will be taking a West Coast Disney cruise, Disney offers bus service from San Diego International (SAN) to and from the cruise port, but a quick and efficient way to accomplish your transfer will be a private limo service. The great thing is, you can schedule the vehicle to get you to the ship earlier than the bus passengers, which allows you to board ahead of the crowd and get yourself settled, make Palo and spa reservations, etc.

Because it’s such a short trip, you may find that limo companies are not competitive with taxis. The airport and the cruise port are very close as the crow flies, but because of the way the roads are laid out, it’s about a 5 mile drive and takes 15-20 minutes. A taxi ride will probably cost $20-30 depending on traffic, so use that as a benchmark when evaluating the quoted prices. If it’s only a little more, it may still be worthwhile because of the extra service and nicer vehicle.

Limos.com

For a private ride to/from the port, try Limos.com. They will get you quick quotes from up to a dozen competing companies and you can even read reviews of the various companies before you request the quote.

When requesting a quote through Limos.com, the airports are obvious, but the location of the Port of San Diego may not be, if you’re not familiar with the area. For Port of San Diego pickups and dropoffs, you would select To (or From) Cruise Port, then type “Port of San Diego.”

  • Get $10 off airport rides with Limos.com. Use code AFF13$10.