Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel Review

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Reviews of Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel overlooks Paradise Pier in Disney’s California Adventure Park. Formerly known as the Pan Pacific Hotel and then the Disneyland Pacific Hotel, Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel celebrates the carefree California lifestyle with warm, personal service. Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel is a wonderful place to dine, shop or just relax and have fun. There are 502 rooms, a 3rd-floor rooftop pool, great dining and amenities all located in one convenient tower with exceptional views of the Disneyland Resort.

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    Name Of Resort: Paradise Piet Hotel

    Date Of stay: October 4th – 5th 2013

    Type Of Resort: Disney Deluxe

    Rate Paid During Your Stay: $367.17 per night, includes an Automobile Association of America discount

    Room Sleeps : 5 – two queen sized beds plus a small day bed.

    Please Rate The Following On A Scale From 1-10 (10 being the best):
    Theming: 8 – the resort is themed to surfing and boardwalks, to match the Paradise Pier section of California Adventure
    Room Size: 9 – nice and spacious for our family of 3
    Amenities: 8 – in room hair dryer, mini fridge (no freezer) coffee maker with coffee, shampoo
    Quality: 9 – the least experience of the 3 Disney-owned hotels in Anaheim
    Cleanliness: 10 – absolutely spotless
    Transportation: 8 – short walk to monorail station, hotel guests’ entrance to California Adventure from the nearby Grand Californian Hotel
    Recreation: 8 – cute pool on the roof with a slide called California Streamin’.
    Value: 7 – like I said, pricey, but early entry into the parks is worth the price!

    Over All Rating: 8. I’d rank the Grand Californian 1st, the Disneyland Hotel 2nd, and this one 3rd. It’s fun and convenient, and the perks of early entry are great!

    Donít Miss: On-site character dining at PCH Grill, a glass elevator, and a huge statue of Goofy in the lobby. The kids’ cartoon area is themed like a sandcastle.

    Room Location Suggestion: Room 730 gave us a gorgeous view of California Adventure.

    The Mouse For Less Tip: We asked for, and paid for a standard view, and got a great view anyway.

    Comments: warning – the monorail has open windows and is not air conditioned. Also, unlike the WDW counterparts, a photo package is NOT included at PCH Grill’s character breakfast.

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    Date of Stay: August 23 – 25, 2002

    Type of Resort: Moderate

    Room sleeps : 5

    Don’t miss: Ask at the entrance for the small golf cart style shuttle to take you to the entrance to Downtown Disney and then catch the monorail into Disneyland. To get to DCA, use the special “Paradice Pier Resort Only” entrance.

    Room Location Suggestion: Request/pay for Pier view rooms (6th floor and up). We were on the 5th floor (called a lower theme park view) and had part of the view obstructed by the palm trees, but we could still see the beautiful lights at the Paradice Pier section of DCA. We had room #536 which was not too close and not too far from the elevator and ice machine.

    The Mouse For less Tip: We stayed using an AP discount but it was the same as the Disney Club discount. Keep checking, up until 1 1/2 weeks before the trip the prices were higher. I also took advantage of the current “buy an adult 3 day pass, get a child’s 3 day pass free” for the girls.

    Comments: We loved the pool, it is large although not themed and right off the elevator on the 3rd floor. Guest here can also use the themed Never Land Pool at the Disneyland hotel, but we never made it over there. The five year old said it was her favorite hotel, (probably because she got to sleep on the special chair that unfolded into a twin size bed) Room came with refrigerator, hair dryer and the coffee maker on a shelf in a small alcove just outside the bathroom. I used this space, with its plug ins to use my curlers while the girls were in the shower. This hotel still looks very fresh from its last renovation and the service was excellent.

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    Date of Stay: November 8-11, 2001

    Type of Resort: Moderate

    Room sleeps : 5

    Don’t miss: DCA at night……open your curtain and enjoy the fabulous view!! If you going when there is a water show (holiday time), you can watch it from PP view rooms.

    Room Location Suggestion: Request/pay for Pier view rooms. Well worth it!! 5th floor or higher for best view.

    The Mouse For less Tip: ASK for the Pier view at check-in even if you didn’t “pay” for it, as it is now considered/priced as “preferred”. You just might get it!

    Comments: We love this “older” yet newly renovated Disneyland hotel. Furthest from the Disneyland Park, but VERY close “special DCA entrance” for “this resort only” guests. Great Character breakfast in hotel. Though “furthest” away, still worth the walk. Also: The rooms have 2 big beds, but also have a chair that pulls out to sleep 5!! GREAT for a child!

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