General Information

Address: 1717 S. Disneyland Dr., Anaheim, CA, 92802

Resort Phone #: 714-999-0990

Resort Fax #: 714-776-5763

Reservation #: 714-956-6425

Date Opened: 1984

Resort Category: Moderate

Room Information

# of Buildings: 2 (one with guest rooms)

# of Rooms: 489

Room Rates: The standard rooms at the Paradise Pier Hotel have two views: City/Standard, which are rooms facing away from Disney's California Adventure and DCA View which face towards that park (the higher the floor, the better the view). The rack prices for these rooms range from $160 for a City View room in the off-season to $320 for a DCA View during the holidays. The hotel also has 1- and 2-bedroom suites ($445 to $700 per night). Concierge service rooms are also available for $260 to $380.

Services Information

Concierge Service: Yes

Valet Parking: Yes, $12/day (self parking is included in the $10/day resort fee).

Room Service:

Internet: Every room has wired high-speed internet (through a somewhat odd DSL system) which is included in the resort fee charged for staying at the hotel. The common areas of the hotel also have free Wi-Fi and extends into nearby guest rooms.

Laundry: Both self-service coin operated machines and in-room laundry service are available.

Pools and Swimming: There is a large, if relatively plain, pool area on the roof of the hotel's convention area. The only real plus is a large water slide.

Gym and Exercise: Team Mickey's Workout Room II has a full range of basic exercise equipment.

Spa: No

Turndown service: No

Smoking: The Paradise Pier Hotel does not offer any smoking rooms and smoking is also not allowed on room balconies. It is only allowed in designated outdoor areas at the hotel.

Transportation Information

On foot: The walks are the longest from this hotel of the three Disneyland hotels. There is a private road connecting the Paradise Pier Hotel to the Disneyland Hotel and Downtown Disney. From Downtown Disney you can then walk through the shopping district to reach the main entry gates for both parks. You can also cross Disneyland Drive and walk through the Grand California Hotel. The Paradise Pier Hotel entrance to Disney's California Adventure is no longer available.

Bus: To use the Anaheim Resort Transport system will require walking through Downtown Disney and the Disneyland/DCA Esplanade to the Lion King parking tram loading area.

Monorail: Walk to the Downtown Disney station along the road that also connects to the Disneyland Hotel.

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Dining

PCH Grill— Casual dining for dinner, or a Mickey & Friends character breakfast buffet.

  • Other Dining — The Surfside Lounge is a bar and lounge off the hotel lobby that has a full bar and a limited wine list.

Entertainment and Shows

  • Other Entertainment — In "Paradise Theater" a nook off the hotel lobby, children can find Disney movies playing throughout the day. There is also a small video game arcade.

Stores and Shopping

  • Other Entertainment — In "Paradise Theater" a nook off the hotel lobby, children can find Disney movies playing throughout the day. There is also a small video game arcade.

Mickey in Paradise— An expanded hotel sundries store, offers plenty of Disneyland and Paradise Pier Hotel logo merchandise.

In the Past...

Here you will find a list of selected shows or restaurants that have been removed fromParadise Pier Hotel, never to return.

Entertainment

Dining

Yamabuki— Classy Japanese cuisine. (1996 - April 11, 2009)


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History and Trivia

  • This Attraction's history: As with the Disneyland Hotel, the Paradise Hotel was not always owned by the Walt Disney Company. Originally built in 1984 by the Emerald Hotels chain, the property operated under that name until that company merged with Pan Pacific Hotels in 1989 and the name was changed accordingly. In December 1995, the Walt Disney Company purchased the property and changed its name again, this time to the Disneyland Pacific Hotel. The property was refurbished to bring it up to Disney standards, but no real theming was added. As part of the resort expansion for Disney's California Adventure the hotel received another refurbishment (though nothing more than some cosmetic theming) and took its current name shortly before the park opened in February 2001.