Disneyland Hotel Paris to get right royal makeover


IT HAS been a favourite with families for years – and now Disneyland Paris’ signature hotel is to get a right royal makeover.

The park’s iconic Disneyland Hotel will be the first Disney hotel to celebrate a royal theme, with princes and princesses galore.

The elegant Victorian architecture guests have come to know when approaching Disneyland Park will remain, but there will be big changes inside.

Designers have come up with a royal theme, drawing on classics like Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, alongside more recent hits Frozen and Tangled.

Guest public areas will be reimagined to pay homage to these movies and their characters, while all hotel rooms and suites will be rethemed to offer the most immersive experience.

Guests will also benefit from the latest tech interactivity, relax in a larger pool area, indulge in an expanded spa and dine in updated restaurants and bars.

It is the latest stage in an ambitious renovation plan for all Disneyland Paris hotels, spanning years and more than 5,700 rooms.

The programme has already included the introduction of Cars storytelling in the refurbished Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe and an infusion of Toy Story in new guest rooms and public spaces at Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne.

And soon to open is the four-star Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel, the first Disney hotel in the world celebrating the iconic superhero comics artwork.

It will boast more than 350 Marvel art pieces from 110 artists around the world, plus meet and greets with characters, and a restaurant themed with Stan Lee favourites.

“When it reopens, Disneyland Hotel will offer our guests an enhanced experience even more worthy of the prestigious French five-star hotel rating,” says General Manager Tomás Feier.

“We are proud to welcome a lot of repeat visitors at our iconic hotel, and we want them to be immersed in a 360-degree experience using the power of beloved Disney fairytales, with an array of brave and kind heroines as a central theme.”

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