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Disney's Paradise Pier | Updates!

The soon-to-be completely renovated Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel is quickly being converted into the Pixar Place Hotel, located just steps away from Disneyland and California Adventure. This location offers the ultimate convenience for taking advantage of the Disneyland Resort guest-exclusive early park entry. Inspired by the sand and sea of the beachfront in the early 1920s, Paradise Pier's rooms are a nod to nostalgia and come fully equipped with modern amenities. In the near future, guests won’t only be within walking distance of the parks but will also have direct access to California Adventure! Sign me up!


When choosing the right room for your next adventure in paradise, standard rooms can accommodate up to 5 adult guests and include either two queen-size beds and one daybed or one king-size bed and one queen-size sleeper sofa. Guests will have the opportunity to enhance their stay by choosing a premium view or even upgrading to Club Level, which grants them access to the resort's concierge services and lounge.

For larger travel parties, suites are also available. Standard one-bedroom suites can accommodate up to 6 adults with two queen-size beds and one queen-size sleeper sofa, while 2-bedroom suites can sleep up to 10 adults with one king-size bed, two queen-size beds, and two queen-size sleeper sofas. There are even more luxurious options when it comes to suites. The largest room at Paradise Pier is the Dana Point Signature Suite, available in 1, 2, and 3-bedroom models, with the 3-bedroom suite accommodating up to 13 adults. Additional Signature Suites include the Huntington Suite, the Laguna Suite, the Malibu Suite, and the Newport Suite, all of which are available in both one and two-bedroom options.


Currently, with the resort being refurbished and refreshed, Paradise Pier does not have any dining options open. Guests are encouraged to take advantage of the delicious dining options at the Disneyland Hotel and Disney’s Grand Californian Resort and Spa. Downtown Disney also offers a variety of dining choices to please every palate. We highly recommend trying one of Castle Bound Travel Company's favorites - Salt and Straw - for an evening treat.


Paradise Pier is home to the brand new and beautiful Pixel Pool, located on the 3rd floor of the resort. This is the perfect place to relax, soak up the sun, and get a tan. More adventurous travelers will enjoy the newly reimagined 186-foot-long water slide, Crush’s Surfin’ Slide. Pixar Pier is now the perfect place for little ones to make a splash in the brand new Nemo’s Cove water play area. The pool deck is also an ideal spot to unwind after a long day in the park. There is a whirlpool spa, and this is a prime viewing location for the Disneyland Fireworks on select nights. You can even hear the soundtrack on the pool deck. Guests of the resort will be issued wristbands at the pool concierge, which they must wear at all times to enter the pool deck. Complimentary towels and life jackets are available at the pool.

Fun for the Whole Family

Young travelers can sit back and relax in cozy beach chairs and watch a classic Disney film in the Paradise Theater, specially designed for kids! This is something that can be enjoyed several times during your stay with the ever-changing rotation of films."

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