Disneyland Paris reopens doors of five-star ‘landmark’ hotel

The five-star Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland Paris has reopened after a two-year refurbishment.

The property closed during the pandemic and all its 487 rooms and suites now have new interiors inspired by Disney films.

Natacha Rafalski, president of Disneyland Paris, said: “The reopening of Disneyland Hotel marks a new milestone in the transformation of Disneyland Paris, extending our legacy as a leader in the European tourism industry with a unique blend of storytelling and service excellence, not to mention our exceptional capacity to welcome families.

“We are thrilled to unveil this a one-of-a-kind five-star property celebrating beloved Disney royalty, which represents one of the most immersive hotels in Europe today.”

Located at the entrance to the theme park, the hotel promises guests an “immersive experience that pays homage to royal Disney stories and celebrated European landmarks”.

The lobby features a “monumental” chandelier made of Bohemian crystal representing Sleeping Beauty Castle.

Guests receive a “fairytale” welcome from a “royal greeter” while comedians perform songs and stories accompanied by a Disney Princess such as Cinderella, Rapunzel or Jasmine.

The accommodation includes 41 rooms and 18 suites in the Castle Club, described as a hotel-within-a-hotel on the top two floors. It has a private lift, dedicated check-in, upgraded amenities and access to the Castle Club Lounge that offers a breakfast with Disney princess characters.

The Royal Kids Club features dedicated ‘cast members’, offering young guests the chance to join interactive and augmented reality experiences. Families can book ‘A Disney Royal Encounter’ to pose alongside a Disney princess such as Snow White, Jasmine or Ariel.

The Disneyland Hotel Spa by Clarins offers spa treatments that are suitable for guests aged six and older, while the Crystal Pool features a main pool, a kids’ paddling pool, and a hot tub.

Dining venues include the Royal Banquet Buffet Restaurant, La Table de Lumière, Fleur de Lys Bar and two lounges.

There are 800 members of staff or ‘cast members’ representing 40 nationalities.

A one-night accommodation-only stay costs from £250, with unlimited access to Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park for two days. A one-night stay at Disneyland Paris is priced £344 per person, with unlimited access to Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park for two days and flights.

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