As Disneyland Resort continues its phased reopening, there’s exciting news from Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel and Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa.
Starting June 15, 2021, Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel — a celebration of California’s beach heritage — will welcome guests back with limited capacity.
There’s no better place for fun in the California sun, from the seaside-themed rooms to the rooftop pool and waterslides. And best of all, it’s just steps from Disneyland park and Disney California Adventure. Guests can book room reservations for Paradise Pier now. Click here for more information.
On May 28, 2021, Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa will reopen two of its popular dining locations: Napa Rose and Storytellers Cafe.
Known for its award-winning wine list, exemplary service, and California-inspired cuisine, Napa Rose will feature both the prix fixe Vintner Menu and a la carte selections featuring dishes that honor California’s artisan farmers and world-famous winemakers. For home-style favorites, Storytellers Café will offer three-course meals for breakfast and dinner. Unfortunately, character dining will not be offered at this time.
Dining reservations are recommended and will be available for booking at a later date. Click here for more information.
Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel will not initially have food and beverage offerings. Instead, hotel guests can visit any of the dining outlets at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, including GCH Craftsman Bar & Grill, Hearthstone Lounge, Storytellers Café, and Napa Rose restaurant, as well as the food and beverage offerings in the Downtown Disney District (some of which provide delivery services). For added convenience, hotel guests can scan QR codes from their in-room TV to order food and beverages to be delivered right to the hotel lobbies.
Another popular feature returning to Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa on May 28, 2021, is the special entrance to Disney California Adventure for Disneyland Resort hotel guests visiting the park. A valid hotel key card, park ticket, and park reservation are required.
Keep in mind that a hotel reservation does not guarantee theme park access. Those planning to visit the parks need to link their park tickets to a Disney account to make a theme park reservation. Anyone without both an applicable theme park reservation confirmation and a valid ticket will not be granted access to the theme parks. Currently, only California residents may visit the parks, and guests may be asked to show proof of residency.
The Disneyland Hotel will reopen at a later date.
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