Soon, Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel will be reopening, and earlier today Disney announced that the Disneyland Hotel will soon welcome guests again. But, the Disneyland Hotel will look a little different than how we left it!
Today, Disney shared that the Disneyland Hotel will be reopening in early July. But, things in the hotel will look a little different! Disney has shared that during the park and hotel closures, a number of changes have been made to the guest rooms and other areas of the Disneyland Hotel.
Specifically, in the guest rooms, lobbies, and meeting rooms, the upholstery and fabrics have been refreshed and updated.
The guest rooms now have a new fireworks-inspired design in the carpet. There will also be upgraded platform beds in the rooms to help guests maximize storage.
The corridor flooring has also been updated to feature new patterns inspired by the art of Mary Blair. The new flooring will feature “graphic elements recalling the park lands each of the towers are named for.”
It sounds like the incredible light-up headboards at the hotel will be sticking around though. In today’s announcement, Disney’s Public Relations Manager specifically mentioned the light-up headboards, which play A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes, as one of their favorite features in the hotel’s rooms.
You can already book your room reservation for the Disneyland Hotel if you’d like to stay there at some point after they open. Just visit the Disneyland Hotel website to book your upcoming stay.
We’ll keep an eye out for more updates and news from Disneyland and let you know what we find.
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