The re-imagined Disneyland Hotel offers all guests – especially children – an immersive journey into royal Disney stories.

Disneyland Paris has re-opened the doors of its landmark hotel after a total redesign.

Having closed with the rest of the resort in March 2020 at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the hotel underwent an extensive refurbishment.

With the expertise of 200 European suppliers and craftspeople, the Walt Disney Imagineering Paris team focused on paying homage to both Disney royal stories and celebrated European landmarks such as le château de Versailles in the development.

All 487 rooms and suites in the Disneyland Hotel now feature modern comfort and luxury amenities, alongside a regal-themed lobby, restaurants, bars and lounges.

The destination will also offer its guests an entertainment programme featuring royal Disney characters, or Mickey and Minnie Mouse and an exclusive La Troupe Royale Disney.

Spaces tailored to kids include the Royal Kids Club and My Royal Dream experience, while families can enjoy a spa experience at the Disneyland hotel spa by Clarins.

The Royal Banquet and La Table de Lumière restaurants will offer gourmet dining experiences with French influences.

Guests staying in one of the 41 rooms in The Castle Club – an exclusive hotel within the hotel – will enjoy a range of VIP benefits and services. These include extra privacy with a private elevator and check-in area as well as a complimentary breakfast with Disney Princess characters in the Castle Club Lounge.

The signature suites offer themes from famous Disney films such as Tangled, Beauty and the Beast and Cinderella.

Disneyland Paris president Natacha Rafalski commented: “We are thrilled to unveil this a one-of-a-kind five-star property, which represents one of the most immersive hotels in Europe today.”

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