Gov. Gavin Newsom's team visited Disney World weeks before issuing guidelines that have kept California theme parks closed.
On the plus side, per capita revenue, admissions, and in-park spending increased in 2020.
The event will start March 18 and run on select dates through April 5.
The rest of the Grand Californian and Disneyland's other two on-site hotels will remain closed.
Several parks' reopening dates depend on government COVID-19 guidelines.
Six Flags Magic Mountain and Legoland California both announced new, ride-less events Thursday.
The theme park chain lost $590 million in 2020, but expects 2021 to be an improvement.
While the range of ticket prices remains the same for 2022, the average single-day ticket cost will increase slightly.
Disney CEO Bob Chapek said the ability to remove COVID-19 restrictions largely depends on how quickly people get vaccinated.