Switching over the the west coast this week, our feature resort is Paradise Pier at Disneyland. We have never stayed here, so all the information here is from the Disneyland.com website, or other places on-line where I found interesting information.
This contemporary, 15-story Anaheim hotel is within a half-mile of a private entrance into Disney California Adventure® Park. The Anaheim Convention Center is within a mile.
Celebrate the heyday of California beachfront boardwalks at Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel. Step back in time at this old-fashioned yet modern hotel—home to a variety of dining, shopping and recreation opportunities—and ride a wave of relaxation from your charming seaside-themed room all the way up to the rooftop pool for some welcome fun in the sun.
Paradise Pier seems to me the most reasonable in cost for a stay, in comparison to the other hotel on Disney property. I like the whimsy and the "beach feel" look of this resort. We will take a talk there and see it when we are there so I can share my own pictures for an installment next year.
Very Colorful Rooftop Pool and Waterslide
Cool off, catch some rays and enjoy the view at the rooftop pool deck, home to the Paradise Pool and the twisting California Streamin’ waterslide. Young ones looking to make a splash are invited to dip their toes in the Children’s Pool, while adults in need of a little rest and relaxation can lounge the day away in the Paradise Spa whirlpool hot tub.
On select nights, watch the Disneyland Park fireworks—and listen to a live synchronized broadcast of the stirring soundtrack—from the third floor pool deck.