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Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel
Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel
Located across the street from the Paradise Pier district of Disney California Adventure theme park, this hotel offers delightful views and a low-key atmosphere. Of the three Disney hotels, Disney’s Paradise Pier is the least expensive and often the one with the most availability.
Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel reflects the laid-back, carefree culture of California, evoking a subtle seaside pier atmosphere. Fewer rooms mean a more intimate scene and a smaller hotel. Some visitors feel this resort is less "magical" because the Disney theming is less apparent, but Paradise Pier does have its own charms: a relaxed and quiet setting, breathtaking views of Disney California Adventure, and a large rooftop pool and water slide. Mickey is also evident in the artwork and the upholstery. Rooms feature a fresh, seaside resort decor. Previously, this hotel was known as Disney’s Pacific Hotel—remnants of its Japanese theme can be seen in the simple, elegant architectural styling. It was originally built as the Emerald Hotel in 1983 and renamed the Pan Pacific Hotel before being acquired in 1996 by The Walt Disney Company.
LAYOUT & ROOMS
The 481 guest rooms at Paradise Pier Hotel are situated in two high-rise towers, painted in sunny yellow and framed by towering palm trees. The two 14- and 15-story towers meet to form a lobby atrium. Guest rooms are upscale and contemporary, with warm woods, breezy colors, and soft lighting. Most rooms are moderately sized at 364 sq. ft., and all standard rooms hold up to five guests (up to four adults). Choose from two queens and a daybed, or one king bed with queen sleeper sofa. Other features include free wi-fi, a table/desk with chair, armchair, armoire with TV (premium cable channels), and mini refrigerator, coffeemaker, safe, shower/tub combo, iron/ironing board, and a lifeguard Mickey lamp—some barrier-free rooms have roll-in showers and no tubs. While there are no balconies, rooms do have a large picture window—these offer spectacular views for the rooms that overlook Disney California Adventure. A limited number of one- and two-bedroom suites are available, offering a sitting area, table with four chairs, two bathrooms, and the bedroom(s); views may be park, pool, or parking lot. Concierge rooms with DVD players, upgraded amenities, and free cocktail hour, continental breakfast, and beverages are also available on the 3rd, 14th, and 15th floors—rooms on the 3rd floor facing the pool are known as "cabana” rooms and have patios with direct access to the pool. Among the concierge-level rooms are 12 signature suites, ranging in size from 792 sq. ft. (one-bedroom suites for up to 4 guests) to 1,245 sq. ft. (sleeping up to 13 guests). There are also 14 barrier-free rooms. Cribs are available upon request, but rollaway beds are not. All guest rooms are non-smoking.
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