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Forward
Forward  |  Why Travel to Disneyland?  |  My Favorite Things at Disneyland

Resources
Disneyland Trip Planning Phone List  |  Critique of Published Disneyland Trip Guide Books  |  Other Disneyland Resources on the Web

Planning Ahead
Planning Your Trip  |  What Time of Year You Should go to Disneyland  |  How Many Days Do You Need to "See It All?"  |  Other Attractions in Southern California  |  Estimating What Your Trip Will Cost  |  Rental Car Considerations  |  What You Should Pack to Take on Your Trip

Accommodations
Should You Stay On or Off Site?  |  Off Site Accommodations  |  Disneyland Area Campgrounds  |  Disneyland's "Good Neighbor Hotels"  |  On Site Hotels  |  Grand Californian  Hotel  |  Disneyland Hotel  |  Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel

Disneyland Resort Primer
A Disneyland / WDW Comparison  |  The Ins and Outs of Disneyland Reservations  |  How to Use Disneyland's Transportation System  |  Developing a Daily "Game Plan"  |  The Daily Afternoon Break Touring the Parks With Kids  |  Touring the Parks With an Infant  |  Touring the Parks with Disabled Guests

The Parks
General Issues
  |  All About Admission Media (i.e. Tickets)  |  General Park Operating Hours  |  "Magic Mornings", the Disneyland Resort's Version of Early Entry  |  Fastpass -- Disney's New "Virtual Queue"  |  Disneyland  |  Details-at-a-Glance  |  Touring the Park  |  Attractions  |  Shopping  |  Disneyland Shows and Entertainment  |  Parade of Stars  |  Believe: There's Magic in the Sky  |  Fantasmic!  |  Disney's California Adventure  |  Details-at-a-Glance  |  Touring the Park  |  Attractions  | Shopping  |  Eureka! The California Adventure Parade

Everything Else
Downtown Disney  |  Guided Tours of Disneyland

Disneyland Restaurant Resource

First, if you couldn't find it here, I would appreciate it if you would click on this link and send me a message to tell me what's missing.  I'll do my best to "fill in the blanks" as soon as possible.

 

Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel

Overview

The newest of the Disneyland resorts is Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel (formerly the Disneyland Pacific Hotel) now dressed as the backdrop for the Paradise Pier area of the new California Adventure theme park being built next door.  The hotel, like it's bigger next door neighbor, was built by another party and was bought by the Walt Disney Company in the mid-1990's. Again, the resort isn't themed, but it has been recently remodeled and is a nice hotel, but without the amenities and atmosphere of the Disneyland Hotel.

Food and Drink

The Hotel has a couple of restaurants to choose from. The PCH Grill (PCH stands for "Pacific Coast Highway") has a widely varying menu that includes seafood, steak, wood-fired pizza, and Asian dishes (and is the location of a character breakfast).  Yamabuki is a Japanese restaurant that serves tempura, sushi, and other Japanese dishes.  The Tea Room is the location where the Victorian-style "Practically Perfectly Tea" is served up by Mary Poppins herself (make sure you have reservations for this popular event).

Concierge Service

Lani Tashima wrote a fantastic column about the resort's concierge service.  If you're thinking about upgrading, check this out!  Feel like Royalty on Your Next Disneyland Visit.

Activities

The Hotel's recreational activities include a huge children center, pool, exercise room, and more.

Disney Transportation

Travel to Disneyland Park is via tram or monorail. In either case  you have to hoof it to some extent because.  The Monorail is located in front of the Disneyland Hotel, about two city blocks away and the tram loading area is behind the Paradise Pier Hotel about a city block from the Hotel's rear entrance. Actually, that's not as bad as it sounds because the Paradise Pier Hotel is closer to the transportation than many of the Disneyland Hotel's furthest rooms.

Guest Reviews

Note:  If you're willing to submit some comments about your visit to a Disney Resort, please fill out the Disney Resort Review Submission !

Resort Address: 1717 S. West Street, Anaheim, 92802
Resort Phone: (714) 999-0990
Resort Fax: (714) 776-5763
Number of Rooms: 502
Resort Category: Deluxe
Check In Time: 4:00pm
Check Out Time: 11:00am
Room Types (maximum capacity): Standard Room (4), Suites (4-8)
Room Service: No
Valet Parking: No
Laundry Service: Yes
Fully Handicapped Accessible: No
Semi-Handicapped Accessible: No
Wheelchair Roll-In Showers Available: No
Hearing Impaired Conveniences: No
Non-Smoking Rooms Available: Yes
Room Safes: No
VCR Available: Yes
Data Port Available: Yes
Coffee Maker Available: Yes
Microwave Available: No
Refrigerator Available: Yes
Full-Kitchen Available: No
Concierge Service: Yes
Monorail Service: No
Table Service Restaurant(s): PCH Grill, Yamabuki
Character Meals: The Tearoom, PCH Grill Breakfast
Counter Service Restaurant(s): Pool Snack Bar
Lounge(s): No
Services (Salons, etc.): No
Shopping: The Disney Touch shop sells character merchandise, souvenirs, and sundries and provides film developing service and is usually open from 7:00am - 11:30pm.  
Pool Description: Unthemed Pool with Whirlpool
Children's Clubs, Programs:  Children's Center
Fitness Center: Weight Machines
Other Recreational Facilities: All facilities at the next door Disneyland Hotel are available to all guests
 

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