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Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel
Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa
Disney’s Grand Californian Resort & Spa
Disneyland Hotel Room
FAIRY TALE SUITE
Storytellers Café, Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa
Monorail Slides at the Disneyland Hotel
- Napa Rose at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif.
- Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel overlooks Paradise Pier, one of the most colorful sections of the Disney California Adventure, making the hotel's name and theme a natural fit. The 15-story, high-rise structure encompasses 481 guest rooms, including suites and poolside cabana rooms, as well as 15 meeting rooms totaling 30,000 square feet of space. The hotel also has a swimming pool and whirlpool, a fitness center, two restaurants, a lobby bar and coffeehouse, poolside bar, gift shops and game arcade.
- GRAND LOBBY -- Capturing the spirit of early California through inspiring design and daring architecture, Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and Spa is a deluxe resort hotel property, offering a premium option for business or pleasure visits to the Disneyland Resort. This AAA Four-Diamond hotel is the first Disney resort hotel in the world to be located inside a theme park-Disney's California Adventure Park-making stays at the deluxe hotel a uniquely themed experience.
- DISNEY'S GRAND CALIFORNIAN RESORT & SPA -- The Villas at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel® & Spa at the Disneyland Resort mark Disney Vacation Club's first venture on the West Coast. The new 2.5-acre expansion on the hotel's south side includes 203 traditional hotel rooms and 50 two-bedroom equivalent Disney Vacation Club villas. Other elements of the hotel's expansion project include the new Mariposa swimming pool. (Paul Hiffmeyer/Disneyland)
- DISNEYLAND HOTEL ROOMS -- The focal point of each new guest room at the Disneyland Hotel is the stunning new headboard that features an artistically carved representation of Disneyland parkÕs famous Sleeping Beauty Castle. Fiber optics are used to create a magical skyline with fireworks Ð bringing the immersive park experience into the room. (Scott Brinegar/Disneyland)
- Surf's Up! Breakfast with Mickey & Friends, Disney's PCH Grill
- ADVENTURELAND SUITE -- The Disneyland Hotel boasts a unique collection of suites including the new Adventureland Suite. With the air of an explorers' camp from the 1930s or '40s, this suite features a master bedroom fashioned as a safari lodge with a claw-foot bathtub in the living area and a grotto in the bathroom that can simulate various settings through lighting and sound effects, including a rain forest and a savanna, while providing such comforts as a foot spa and steam and rain showers. The second bedroom, geared toward younger guests, has the feel of a safari tent. Other highlights in the main living area include a wet bar with an Asian/Indian influence, a bookcase that's actually an entrance to a closet, a flat-screen TV hidden behind artwork above the faux fireplace, a doorbell featuring tiki gods playing drums and, for the first time in a Disneyland Hotel suite, themed background music. The three separate tracks in the suite were inspired by the Jungle Cruise queue at Disneyland park, Disney adventure-themed movies and a world music soundtrack first created for Disney's Animal Kingdom. (Paul Hiffmeyer/Disneyland)
- FAIRY TALE SUITE -- A marble foyer descends into an enormous bedroom overlooking the entire resort through floor-to-ceiling windows in the Fairy Tale Suite at the Disneyland Hotel. The sage and champagne colors used throughout the suite elegantly blend the combination of blonde and glass furniture and the suite's centerpiece is an exquisite canopy bed overlooking the corner view. The room is finished with crown moulding, automatic drapes and a custom-designed dresser, from which a flat-panel television ascends at the touch of a button.
- Storytellers Café, Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa
- Monorail Slides at the Disneyland Hotel-At the Disneyland Hotel, the centerpiece of the pool area calls to mind past Disneyland park iconography. Classic Disneyland block signage combines with replica Monorail trains to create an experience that is both fun and nostalgic. (Paul Hiffmeyer/Disneyland)