Look in:MousePlanetWWW
MousePlanet logo


Main Directory: 

     Write Your Own Review Of

Paradise Pier Hotel - Disney's PCH Grill

by ZZZ

What is the Rating Scale?
5/5.05/5.05/5.05/5.05/5.0 Outstanding
4/5.04/5.04/5.04/5.04/5.0 Recommended
3/5.03/5.03/5.03/5.03/5.0 OK, but not great
2/5.02/5.02/5.02/5.02/5.0 Disappointing
1/5.01/5.01/5.01/5.01/5.0 Poor

The PCH Grill is the family restaurant of the Paradise Pier Hotel, and features a constantly-evolving menu.


We welcome reviews of Paradise Pier Hotel - Disney's PCH Grill . For the benefit of others, be sure to focus your comments on how the hotel, restaurant or service succeeded (or failed) to live up to your expectations. Please read our review guidelines for more information. Some recent reviews are provided at the bottom of this page.

All reviews should include the following information. Reviews submitted without the required information will be returned. You may copy and paste these points into your review for simplicity. Please feel free to include additional comments:

Hotel Reviews:

· Date(s) of Stay:
· Type/Class of room (Standard, Concierge, Park View, etc)
· Accommodations Review:
· Rate/Night (for your stay):
Appreciated, but Optional:
· Ease of Disney Park Access:
· Park Shuttle Comments:
· General Restaurant/Lounge Impressions: (Please submit a separate Restaurant Review for more specific comments)
· Pool Description/Comments:

Restaurant Reviews:

Since the only way a more informed decision can be made by future visitors is by a full description, we ask that you provide more than just a sentence or two on the restaurant. Bad example: "The food was great and the waiters very attentive. I'd eat there again." Good example: "I ordered the house specialty (filet mignon) and it was cooked perfectly, my partner ordered the chicken which was rather dry but the orange sauce was good. We had heavenly flan for dessert, and the wait staff was very attentive. Dinner for two including wine was $40-50."

· Date of visit.
· Type of meal. (Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert, Drinks only, etc)
· While you will probably cover these points in your written review, please also include a one-line rating of the following four aspects of your visit: Service, Price, Food, Atmosphere.

Ground transportation Services:

Ground transportation companies vary widely in the types of services offered, so please be specific about the details of your experience. Things to mention in your review:

· Date(s) you used the service.
· Destination. (Airport to hotel, airport to cruise port, hotel to theme parks, etc.)
· What type of vehicle. (Sedan, limo, van, shuttle, bus, etc.)
· How many people in your party and rate paid.
· While you will probably cover these points in your written review, please also include a one-line rating of the following four aspects of your visit: Price, Vehicle Comfort / Cleanliness, Driver

Future visitors will certainly appreciate any extra information you can provide: how long was the trip to your destination; who paid for parking / tolls (you or the driver); were car seats offered or available, and at what cost; did you have to share the service with other customers; were grocery stops included in your trip; how knowledgeable was the driver.

Also, please note that to submit a review you will need to provide your MousePlanet registered MousePad Username and password.

Posting a review is a simple two-step process. First, complete the form below and click "Preview Your Review". This will allow you to see how your comments will appear online. If no changes are required you may then click the "SUBMIT Review" button at the bottom of the following page. Required fields are indicated with an asterisk*.

Your e-mail address is required, so that we may contact you with additional questions. You have two options to create an author byline to use with your review. You may choose to use your MousePad name only, or give both your e-mail address and MousePad user name a combination of these as your byline. You may not submit anonymous reviews.

To submit a review, you must be registered with MousePlanet in our community area: MousePad. You will need to enter your user ID and password below. If you have forgotten your MousePlanet password, click here to have it sent to you. If you have not yet registered, but would like to, click here.

MousePad Username:      Not yet registered?
Password:      Forgot your password?

The Review:
* 1. How do you rate Paradise Pier Hotel - Disney's PCH Grill?
* 2. Date(s) of the visit being reviewed:
* 3. Type your review in the space below: (100-line maximum)
* 4. Your email address:
5. How would you like to sign your review?
e.g.   Tom Jones
  or Tom Jones (

Use my MousePad user name only
Use both by MousePad user name and my email address
6. Where in the world are you? (e.g. Phoenix, Arizona):
7. Before forwarding your comments for online display, please take a minute to check over a preview of your review.
IMPORTANT. Click the button below ONCE only to preview your review. Please be patient, processing may take a few seconds.
The Fine Print:
  • By submitting your review you are giving MousePlanet the nonexclusive right to post your review on this web site (and possibly within other media).
  • Your review will be posted within five to seven business days.
  • Submissions that do not follow our review guidelines will not be posted.
Average Reviewer Rating:   3.1 out of 53.1 out of 53.1 out of 53.1 out of 53.1 out of 5  Number of Paradise Pier Hotel - Disney's PCH Grill Reviews: 9
5.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.0   Dec 13-16 2010
Reviewer: GotDrums Piqua, Ohio     January 01, 2011
Great stay at the Paradise Pier. Ive been to Disneyland many, many times since the 60's but have never stayed on property before. I will return to this place. We stayed on the concierge level in a cabana room which had a patio that faced the pool very nice. Went around Dec 13/2010 very warm temps so we did use the pool and slide. The slide does not exit into the pool which was kind of a bummer. The room was great and I talked to some other folks who were locals that regularly stay here during the holidays. They told me the rooms here were actually larger than the Grand Californian at one quarter of the price for concierge level. The food and snacks in the private concierge level were plentiful and great. The staff here did a great job and even encouraged us to grab six packs of water to take into the park. They never said no to bringing food back to the room or drinks (including wine and beer). Yoshi the beverage and food manager does a great job here as well as Timothy and the rest of the concierge staff who added a lot of Disney magic to our stay. We had 5 first time visitors with us and the staff at the desk gave them first timer badges and they were recognized all around the Paradise Pier and given little keepsake gifts by staff. Sorry to say the badges must have disappeared once we entered the parks where staff never (not once) recognized them once. That was the only down side about our trip. Don't miss the character breakfast here as well. It is interactive with a great Disney cast member who will get you up dancing with Mickey and the gang. Lots of fun and the food was fantastic. All for a very reasonable price.
Lots of stuff going on here during Christmas including some carolers who sang in the lobby (incredible voices).
I cant say enough about the staff here. Stay at the Paradise Pier-Disneylands best kept secret.
1.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.01.0/5.0   2/14/2009
Reviewer: palal67 Orange County, California.     February 15, 2009
My wife and I used to love this place. It's been a few years since we were here last and were we disappointed. The service was incredibly slow. Our entire experience took 90 minutes. Although the staff was nice, the service was very slow. The menu used to be a California cuisine style food. Now it is burgers, pizza and a few menu items off the grill. I ordered a bacon burger and my wife ordered a pizza. The food was adequate, although my burger was well-done and not medium like I ordered. The pizza was good. The problem is the price of the food should match the quality of the food. This was not a $10 burger. Also, the appetizer bread was horrible. My suggestion is that if you're disparate to eat at a Disney restaurant this is the last place you'll want to go to. Maybe in a few years things will change.
5.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.05.0/5.0   10/14/2007
Reviewer: Mermaid Glendale, AZ     October 17, 2007
We ate here after Mouse Adventure and were pleasantly surprised. We had a PS reservation for 9 people and were seated right away. They have a pretty big menu with something for everyone. After a bad experience with the pizza at Storyteller's I was a little wary, but I decided to go for it. I got the Hawaiian and it was good. Not great, but pretty good. Others in our party got the quesidillas, salad, and various sandwiches which they all enjoyed. Everyone who ordered the mushroom soup raved about it! The table next to us got the steaks and chicken and more "real" food which also looked great! For desert we ordered the Kitchen Sink which came with 10 scoops of ice cream and "everything that goes on ice cream and some things that don't" according to our waitress. We told her to hold the cheese, LOL! The service was outstanding and the bill came to $200 including tax and tip for 9 people about half of whom ordered alcohol as well. If you are at the Paradise Pier, check it out!

Show All Reviews

Reviews powered by Magpie v1.06t for

Top of Page