Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel
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|Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel|
|Location||Disneyland Resort, Anaheim, California, United States|
|Opened||1984 (as Emerald of Anaheim)|
December 15, 2000 (as current name)
(Walt Disney Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products)
(The Walt Disney Company)
|Website||Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel Homepage|
Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel is a resort hotel located at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, owned by The Walt Disney Company and operated through its Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products division. The hotel was originally built and owned by the Tokyu Group, and opened in 1984 as the Emerald of Anaheim. It was renamed Pan Pacific Hotel, Anaheim in 1989 when Tokyu merged its Emerald and Pan Pacific hotel divisions. Disney purchased the hotel from Tokyu in 1995 and renamed it Disneyland Pacific Hotel. The hotel was rebranded as Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel on December 15, 2000, named after the formerly Paradise Pier (now Pixar Pier) area in Disney California Adventure Park that the hotel tower overlooks.
Tokyu Group built the 15-story Emerald of Anaheim in 1984. The hotel was renamed the Pan Pacific Hotel, Anaheim in 1989 when Tokyu consolidated its Emerald and Pan Pacific hotel brands. In December 1995, Disney purchased the hotel from Tokyu for a reported US$36 million and changed its name to Disneyland Pacific Hotel. As part of the 1998-2001 expansion of the Disneyland Resort, the hotel was re-branded as Disney's Paradise Pier Hotel to complement the themed land the hotel tower overlooks in the adjacent Disney California Adventure Park. The lobby and convention/banquet facilities have undergone several renovations since the re-branding, most notably in 2004 and 2005.
At the time that the park opened, guests originally had an exclusive entrance to Disney's California Adventure Park, located between the Corn Dog Castle and Souvenir 66 in the Paradise Pier section of the park, but it was closed due to low use in 2004. The area is now the site of the expansion of Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa.
The hotel complex consists of a high-rise guest room tower with 481 rooms, which includes 25 suites. At the base of the tower is the lobby, restaurants, a gift shop, recreational facilities including a video arcade, over 30,000 square feet (3,000 m²) for meeting space, and a 7,250-square-foot (670 m²) ballroom. There is also an outdoor swimming pool and California Streamin' themed waterslide located on the third floor.
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