FIRST LOOK at the NEW ROOMS at Disney’s Pixar Place Hotel

The time has come — we are so excited the Pixar Place Hotel is finally OPEN to the public!

The entrance!

This hotel, formerly known as Paradise Pier Hotel, is now the only fully Pixar-themed hotel in the United States. We’ve gotten to take a look at what some of the new common areas of the hotel look like, but now it’s time to focus on what these new rooms bring to the table!

Thanks to Disney, we got to step into one of the new rooms to show you ALL that it has to offer. We toured a Standard View room — let’s get started in the lobby! You can see all the different nods to Pixar characters here. And of course, the Pixar ball and Luxo Jr. lamp are here too.

The lobby

The standard room is plenty roomy and sleeps up to six! At the entrance you’ll find closet space, drawers, a mini-fridge, coffee maker, and more.


The bathroom is right at the entrance and features a large vanity…

Bathroom vanity

…and a large shower!


You’ll also find all sorts of body care items on the wall of the shower.


There are two beds separated by a nightstand…

Pillow details

…and lots of storage underneath the beds!


Each room comes with a Keurig coffee maker and ice bucket if you need to whet your whistle.


And, here’s a look at the balcony! The room we viewed featured a rather roomy outdoor space.


Of course, it wouldn’t be a Pixar hotel room without a Luxo Jr. lamp!

Rooms at this hotel start at around $530 per room for Standard View and can go up to $1400 and higher if you’re looking at suites. You can book your vacations now on Disneyland’s website — act fast, these reservations are already starting to go quickly!


We’ll be bringing you a full tour of these rooms soon, so stay tuned to AllEars for more.

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What’s your favorite part of these new rooms? Tell us in the comments!

Disclosure: We were invited by Disney to attend the media preview of the Pixar Place Hotel and its rooms. This did not affect our reporting of the event — our opinions are our own.

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