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Paradise Pier kinda has a bad reputation as being the adopted Disney child. Not enough Disney or decor. I disagree. We are here during the holidays and the tree in the lobby is gorgeous! The room was spotless and has Disney touches everywhere. Our room...More
The Disney Paradise Pier is a nice hotel. The staff at the front desk was very friendly and made check-in easy. We requested a handicap accessible room and were not disappointed. The room is large enough to maneuver an electric scooter. The beds were comfortable...More
The room was clean and comfortable, great location for getting to the park and downtown Disneyland.
Negatives, the dinner buffet we had was soo over priced and not the best but all the staff we met were all lovely. My boyfriend could not get onto...More
I am in a motorized scoot and we had a child in stroller, asked for convenient hotel, was dealing with Disney not a travel agent. Paradise was suggested, bigger rooms etc. It was a pain to get an adjoining room as I had requested in...More
The only reason to stay here is because it is a Disney property hotel and it's very close to the parks. Otherwise the rooms are fair and the price is expensive. I compare this hotel to some of the hotel establishments on Harbor Drive.
US$337 - US$624 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#30 Family Hotel in Anaheim
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You access Disneyland through Downtown Disney. It is a bit of a walk, but I am nearing 60 and had no trouble doing it. You can also take the monorail into Disneyland from Downtown Disney, but it was not running at the... More
You access Disneyland through Downtown Disney. It is a bit of a walk, but I am nearing 60 and had no trouble doing it. You can also take the monorail into Disneyland from Downtown Disney, but it was not running at the time we were ready to go into the park. If you can take the monorail, the walk is not bad at all.
It's depends on Disney sometimes they let you go through Grand California and sometimes they don't just depending on the the season of when you are going because there's a couple times where we stayed there and they didn't... More
It's depends on Disney sometimes they let you go through Grand California and sometimes they don't just depending on the the season of when you are going because there's a couple times where we stayed there and they didn't let us through and then there's a couple times when we were there they let us through it all just depends on what Disney still working on on access points and stuff. Yeah so it's hard to say about that question.
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"Request room overlooking California Adventure for view of World of Color water show"