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Paradise Pier hotel - in room WiFi?

Discussion in 'Disneyland (California)' started by grumpy's fan, Aug 25, 2009.

  1. grumpy's fan

    grumpy's fan New Member

    Does the Paradise Pier hotel have in room internet? Considering staying there this next trip but I will have school assignments due and I need WiFi to upload them, and I'd rather do it from the room than a business center or lounge....
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  3. DebbieB

    DebbieB <font color=green>DVC Member BWV 99<br><font color

    It's wired internet and included in the resort fee. Cable is provided.
  4. grumpy's fan

    grumpy's fan New Member

  5. dragitoff

    dragitoff New Member

    How about Disneyland Hotel? Since I got a blackberry for work, I typically only use the WiFi on my iPod and PSP to browse the net when I travel. That keeps me from lugging around my laptop
  6. bumbershoot

    bumbershoot New Member

    DLH is the same.

    However, the public areas have wifi, and I've found that the wifi "waves" don't know what walls and floors are, and we've picked up the public area wifi on our laptop at PPH. I don't think we even brought the laptop on our DLH visit so we didn't try there.
  7. ScooterL

    ScooterL New Member

    I was at the DLH in April, and had Wi-Fi access from our room in the Magic Tower. There was also Wi-Fi access in the lobby.
  8. Buttercup26

    Buttercup26 New Member

    We were able to pick up WiFi in our room at PPH in May. There is also the wired connection as a previous poster said.
  9. Albort

    Albort <font color=red>ODV Crew<br><font color=blue>The c

    my blackberry can recieve the WIFI from Paradise Pier Hotel BUT theres some kind of script that my blackberry cannot run...

    fyi, i can pick up Paradise Pier hotel's WIFI on paradise pier in DCA... yes, it goes pretty far...

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