Disney’s Paradise Pier Returns June 15th And Disney Grand Californian Hotel & Spa Dining Also Returns

As the Disneyland Resort continues their phased reopening as news was shared by Disney that Disney’s Paradise Pier will be reopening up on June 15th! It will be with limited capacity as reservations can be booked starting today by visiting the link here. Unfortunately for now, nothing new for the reopening up of the Disneyland Hotel and will be shared at a later given date.

Disney’s Paradise Pier reopens up on June 15th!! Source: (© Disney)

In the meantime for Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa has some exciting dining news that guests can look forward to as Napa Rose and Storytellers Cafe will be returning back on May 28th.

Food and beverage options as part of Disney’s Paradise Pier for their dining locations won’t be part of the reopening as Disney has said guests can visit other dining outlets at the Grand Californian for GCH Craftsman Bar & Grill, Hearthstone Lounge, Storytellers Café and Napa Rose and including Downtown Disney District. Guests of Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel and Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa can scan QR codes right from their in-room TV to access the links to those restaurants’ delivery webpages and order food and beverages that can be delivered right to the hotel lobbies.

Dining reservations are recommended and will be available for a later date and can stay posted on the Disney Parks Blog or Disneyland’s site for more information. For those who enjoy character dining and will be on temporary hold till further notice.

Guests will soon able to enjoy dining options at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. Source: (© Disney)

Also reopening up on May 28th for the main entry way from the Grand Californian to Disney California Adventure for those who are Disneyland Resort guests only. Guests will need a theme park reservation, park ticket and room key for access into the park. Do bare in mind that a hotel reservation “does not guarntee” entrance into the parks and will not be allowed entry into the parks without a reservation or a ticket.

California residents based off California’s Department of Health guidelines for Disney are only allowed to visit the parks and guests “may be asked” to show their proof of their residency.

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Source: Disney

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