The Paradise Pier Hotel at Disneyland is a seaside-themed hotel with a splash of Disney touches. Located within walking distance to the parks, some of the rooms in this hotel even offer views of World of Color at Disney California Adventure Park.
Of the 3 hotels at Disneyland, Paradise Pier does offer the lowest price per room. There is a total of 481 rooms and suites. Standard rooms are 364 square feet and feature either a a king-size bed or two queen-size beds. Request a room with a daybed and you can accommodate up to 5 guests per room.
Self-parking at the Paradise Pier hotel is $15 per day for up to 2 cars on the reservation.
Disney’s PCH Grill is the table service restaurant located on the main floor of Paradise Pier. For breakfast, you can meet Mickey, Minnie, Stitch and Daisy at the Surf’s Up Breakfast. This restaurant also serves dinner.
Surfside Lounge is also located on the first floor. Here adults can enjoy an alcoholic beverage while people watching in the lobby.
Slurpin’ USA is a seasonal restaurant located next to the California Screamin’ Pool. It features popular american foods such as hot dogs and sandwiches.
Our Review of Paradise Pier
When we checked into Paradise Pier, they surprised us with the honor of being Family of the Day for the resort. We were so overwhelmed with this Magical Moment. They upgraded our room to a Theme Park view room and gave us balloons and a souvenir picture.
When we checked into the room, we found chocolate covered Mickey Mouse Rice Krispy treats waiting on us. The room was beautiful and it had an magnificent view of California Adventures and the World of Color. We arrived in the room just in time to watch World of Color and the fireworks from the big picture window that faced the theme parks.
The room was beautiful. I loved the theming and the big beach ball pillows were a hit with the kids. The room was very spacious and the beds were comfortable. It reminded me a lot of the Beach Club resort that we stayed in at Walt Disney World.
Would we stay at Paradise Pier again? Maybe. We enjoyed our stay, but if we were only planning on being at Disneyland for 5 nights, we would probably skip the Disneyland hotels all together and stay off-site. I really didn’t see a big benefit in staying on property besides the Early Entry to one park per day of your stay.
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