The most luxurious hotel in Disneyland Paris will soon be reopening its doors

On 25 January 2024, Disneyland Paris will reopen the doors of its five-star hotel, which is currently being restored. Named the Disneyland Hotel, this top-of-the-range showcase aims to tell the most royal stories in the Disney universe. Find out more.

 

After a facelift, the Disneyland Hotel is getting ready to welcome guests in the near future. From 25 January 2024, the establishment will be presenting its brand new design, inviting travellers to immerse themselves in the heart of the Disney universe, in particular in the stories of princes and princesses drawn from the great classics and more recent successes.

Cinderella, Merlin the Enchanter, Beauty and the Beast, The Snow Queen, The Princess and the Frog, Vaiana the Legend at the End of the World… Disney’s most emblematic characters have been given pride of place to offer a royal experience for young and old alike. The teams were also inspired by monuments that have left their mark on European history, such as the Château de Versailles and the Château de Neuschwanstein.

The five-star hotel is distinguished by its pastel pink and white Victorian-style castle. It is located at the entrance to the Park and offers visitors panoramic views of Sleeping Beauty Castle and Fantasia Gardens.

 

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Disneyland Hotel, the most iconic of Disney establishments

From the moment guests enter, they will be immersed in a sumptuous lobby inspired by the finest libraries in French châteaux. With its high ceilings, this reception area is adorned in shades of ivory and gold, with a wood and marble mezzanine, columns, patterned carpet and luxurious furniture. A majestic Bohemian crystal chandelier, a reference to Sleeping Beauty’s castle, decorates the ceiling in a refined manner. Disney characters, actors from La Troupe Royale Disney and a Royal Greeter will be on hand to welcome guests.

The hotel features a Clarins spa with four treatment rooms, a swimming pool under a glass and metal roof reminiscent of the Royal Greenhouses at Laeken in Brussels, a whirlpool, a children’s pool, a gym and a yoga and meditation area.

 

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A kids’ club, libraries, a boutique and plenty of entertainment are also on offer. Personalised experiences will also be offered, all brought to life by the Cast Members who will bring each service to life. More than 27,000 pieces of costume are being created to make these moments as immersive as they are magical.

 

A complete culinary offer

Several dining areas have been set up on either side of the hotel. Travellers can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in the gallery decorated with numerous portraits of Disney royal families, such as King Triton from The Little Mermaid surrounded by his 7 daughters and the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland. An all-you-can-eat buffet is available, with dishes inspired by the various cultures featured in the films and to suit all tastes.

The Table de Lumière, open for dinner, is set in a space inspired by the ballroom in Beauty and the Beast. The menu features French cuisine with local produce and subtle flavours.

 

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The Fleur de Lys Bar is the ideal place for a cocktail, afternoon tea or a snack throughout the day.
Two lounges, reserved for guests staying in Deluxe and Castle Club rooms, are open from morning until night for a hot drink, a glass of wine or a sweet or savoury snack.

 

Exceptional rooms and suites

A total of 487 rooms and suites are available. There are 346 Superior rooms, 82 Deluxe rooms, 41 Castle Club rooms, 16 Signature suites, 1 Princely suite and 1 Royal suite.

 

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Some of these suites stand out for their décor directly influenced by the world of Disney. The Sleeping Beauty Signature Suites are decorated in shades of red and blue, with Princess Aurora’s dressing table and a reproduction of her dress that changes colour at the whim of her fairy godmother friends. The Snow Queen Signature Suites immerse travellers in the kingdom of Arendelle, with a mantelpiece topped by a portrait of sisters Anna and Elsa and a window overlooking an eternal glittering snowflake. There’s also the Princes’ Beauty and the Beast suite, with its baroque style and a plethora of details reminiscent of the film.

 

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See you at the end of January to take advantage of this magical place that is sure to fill you with wonder. Bookings are already open.

 

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