Stay at Disneyland Paris in These Unique Disney Hotels
Disneyland Paris announced a phased reopening of the resort as of 15th July 2020, starting with both theme parks, Disney’s Newport Bay Club hotel and Disney Village.
The phased reopening will introduce enhanced health and safety measures implemented for both Cast Members and guests. Theme park capacity will be limited to comply with governmental requirements, Disneyland Paris will manage attendance through a new online theme park reservation system available as of early July and subject to availability.
Disneyland Paris is one of the most magical of the Disney parks. Within the resort area, Disneyland Paris has no less than 8 Disney Resort hotels. These themed hotels borrow from Disneyland themes as well as other Disney Resorts in Florida. Here is a brief overview for the eight hotels to help you decide where to stay at Disneyland Paris.
Villages Nature Paris
This is probably my favourite place to stay at Disneyland Paris to start off with. The architectural beauty here enhances the nature that flows throughout the property. There are 5 worlds within this luxurious setting, which immerse you in gardens, forests, farmland, a lakeside promenade and and Aqualagon. The green village resort offers cottages and apartments with three ambiences: Fun Hideaway, Rural Retreat, and Oasis of Well Being
It Doesn’t get any better when you stay at Disneyland Paris than this 5 Star Luxury Disney hotel built right on Disneyland’s entrance. The opulent Victorian Style resort offers quick and easy access to Disneyland from your hotel room and even offers views of the park.
The Newport Bay Club evokes the coastal charm of a 1920’s New England mansion. Very similar to the Yacht and Beach Club deluxe resorts in Walt Disney World, the rooms have a nautical theme and the whole hotel rests on the Lake Disney waterfront.
1930’s New York beckons with this themed hotel which closes Permanently January 2019. You want to go soon to experience the hotel’s Art Deco decor and elegant splendour before they shut it down to create a whole new hotel experience for 2020. Nothing is known yet about the hotel that will be replacing it in just over a years time, but the word used by Disney is “heroic.”
Sequoia Lodge is very much it’s own hotel, though it borrows thematically from Wilderness Lodge in Walt Disney World. The wilderness retreat is actually only a 15 minute walk from the Disney parks. The rooms have a nice Disney touch with Bambi and friends in the decor.
A little further out in the wilderness is Davy Crockett Ranch. This is the place to go for a rustic forest bungalow. It’s perfect for a large family or if you are just looking for a wilderness retreat. Davy Crockett Ranch is a 15 minute drive from the parks.
Each bungalow comes with a kitchen and a reserved parking space, no transport is provided, so you do need to bring your own car, but it does mean that the accommodation is much cheaper, we have stayed at the Davy Crockett Ranch twice and loved it both times, especially going to collect breakfast in the frost! If you are on a budget, then this could be a great option for you if you have someone who doesn’t mind driving abroad.
This resort is more of a value for families, especially if you have Cars fans. Hotel Santa Fe has some tie ins to the Pixar Franchise as the themes takes inspiration from Historic Route 66. The hotel resembles the Cars themed buildings of the Art of Animation resort in Walt Disney World.
Hotel Cheyenne is the western themed hotel that makes a great extension of Frontierland at Disneyland. It features rooms with touches inspired by Woody from Toy Story. The hotel offers different types of experiences. For a more relaxing stay, book a Wyoming room with views of the river.
For more convenience, book a Dakota room, which is closer to amenities. The added bonus to Hotel Cheyenne is that it provides inter-connecting rooms, so as a family of nine we were able to stay together, which doesn’t happen in many places!
Have you stayed at a Disneyland Paris hotel, do you have a favourite ?