Friday, April 27, 2012

Disney's Paradise Pier

Screening Room
Though Disney considers the Paradise Pier its value property, someone failed to alert the designers. Campy, beach-themed accents are around every turn, represented in creative ways that are definitively Disney. Though there are many accents that adults will find appealing, this hotel was created with the kids in mind. An arcade resides in between the parking lot and the registration desk. A kid-sized screening room plays Disney movies and TV shows. And Surf's Up! Breakfast at the PCH Grille is the only character experience in all the park where guests are guaranteed to see Mickey.

TIP: Make sure to bring an autograph book (available for purchase in any of the resort/park gift shops); Mickey and the gang will gladly sign them for you!

Guess who's coming to breakfast?
Adults can enjoy full bar service in a relaxed atmosphere at the Surfside Lounge, while the whole family can spend quality time at the hotel's rooftop pool with roller-coaster-themed waterslide.

Tip: Guests can view the fireworks show from the pool deck (check with Guest Services for time/availability).

Standard Room with 2 Queen Beds and Daybed Sofa
Disney's functional-whimsy carries into the guestrooms, too. Standard rooms range from 420 - 425 sqft, and can comfortably sleep up to 5 people. Pack-and-Play playards are also included in each room. For larger parties, or families wanting more space, there are Family and Signature Suites that can sleep up to 12 people. Want upgraded amenities and service? Club-level rooms are available. In addition to a spectacular view of either the Disney California Adventure theme park or the pool area, included is access to the Club Lounge for daily continental breakfast, hosted wine/cheese and dessert receptions nightly, snacks and beverages available all day, and family movies.

Tip: For an additional fee, guests in any room category can add Club-level service onto their reservation.

Nice view from Standard Room
Double Tip: Some standard rooms have a view of the new Cars Land. Young racers will love catching a peek of Radiator Springs!

Close-up of Cars Land, Opening June 15, 2012
Guests of all ages will enjoy staying at a Disney hotel while visiting the theme parks. By choosing the Paradise Pier Hotel, savvy guests can save money without sacrificing comfort or style. A value property, indeed.

To book your next stay or for more information, contact your local travel agent or visit the Disneyland website.

Disney Paradise Pier Hotel
1717 S. Disneyland Drive
Anaheim, CA 92802

Savvy guests can save money without sacrificing comfort or style!


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