Today, Disneyland Paris reopens the Disneyland Hotel after a multiyear transformation, inviting guests from around the world to immerse themselves in royal Disney stories combined with unparalleled hospitality, fine dining, and uniquely Disney entertainment.
“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,” says Natacha Rafalski, President of Disneyland Paris. “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 Disneyland Park, the royal experience at Disneyland Hotel begins the moment guests enter the grand lobby, where a Royal Greeter welcomes them into a majestic library, and Story Keepers are keen to point out hidden details within the enchanted setting. Also in the lobby, La Troupe Royale Disney, accompanied by Disney Princesses, treat guests to surprise theatrical performances. The lobby also includes a chandelier made of Bohemian crystal, which represents Sleeping Beauty Castle. And on display in the wood and marble mezzanine are 15 exclusive dioramas that depict how Walt Disney and his artists would deepen the art of storytelling through the multiplane camera.
The Disneyland Hotel includes 487 rooms and suites that feature stylish, sophisticated interiors infused with the tradition of Disney storytelling, modern comfort, and luxurious amenities. From dream-inspiring artwork to subtle accents in the décor, guests enjoy an atmosphere that recounts unforgettable moments from royal Disney stories in great detail.
The relaxing, elegant Superior Room features exclusive art depicting iconic moments from one of 11 Walt Disney Animation Studios films: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Cinderella (1950), Sleeping Beauty (1959), The Little Mermaid (1989), Beauty and the Beast (1991), Aladdin (1992), The Princess and the Frog (2009), Tangled (2010), Frozen (2013), Moana (2016), or Raya and the Last Dragon (2021). The Deluxe Room takes guests one step further with new artwork that showcases scenes from those same films, which magically come to life with a special enchantment. For a magical bedtime experience, marvel at an illuminated animated canopy above the bed. Guests staying in a Deluxe Room also enjoy dedicated check-in and concierge services, as well as special access to the Deluxe Lounge.
The Castle Club is hotel-within-a-hotel that offers guests exclusive benefits and enhanced magic. Located on the top two floors, the Castle Club features a private elevator and a dedicated check-in area, among other amenities. Guests staying in the Castle Club—there are 41 Castle Club rooms, 16 Signature Suites, one Princely Suite, and one Royal Suite—have access to the Castle Club Lounge, featuring breakfast with Disney Princess characters.
The 16 Signature Suites include the following:
- 3 Cinderella Signature Suites
- 3 Frozen Signature Suites
- 3 Sleeping Beauty Signature Suites
- 4 Rapunzel Signature Suites
- 3 Beauty and The Beast Signature Suites
Guests in the Princely Suite step inside the live-action retelling of Beauty and the Beast. Inside, they discover lavish baroque décor. From the bedroom to the “lounge-turned-ballroom” and bathroom, every detail of this spacious residence is enchanted by a tale as old as time with its chandeliers, fireplace, and glittering rose adorning the headboard. The Royal Suite transports guests to Queen Elsa’s Ice Palace from Frozen. A shimmering ice chandelier elevates the room’s elegant silver and blue décor. The unique suite also has a balcony that overlooks Disneyland Park with a breathtaking view of Sleeping Beauty Castle.
At Disneyland Hotel, guests can indulge in a variety of fine-dining dishes inspired by the finest offerings of French cuisine and from around the world. Its restaurants, bar, and lounges are steeped in the same powerful storytelling enjoyed in other parts of the hotel.
Inspired by the opulence of vast reception rooms found in every castle, The Royal Banquet invites guests to attend a royal feast amidst a gallery of paintings portraying numerous Disney royal families, such as the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland (1951), Prince John from Robin Hood (1973), and Kronk from The Emperor’s New Groove (2000). Guests choose from dishes influenced by the diverse cultures that inspired many beloved Disney stories—and for those with hearty appetites, a sumptuous oyster and seafood bar and meat carving stand is available, filled with premium products. Children are in for a special treat with a variety of offerings, including a personalized dessert they can customize themselves. The Royal Banquet gives guests the chance to meet and dine at lunch and/or dinner with Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and their friends, each decked out in their finest royal attire.
At La Table de Lumière, guests enjoy table service dinner in a space paying homage to the Beauty and the Beast ballroom scene, which itself was inspired by the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles Castle. Elegant mirrors and crystal add sparkle to an elegant atmosphere replete with distinguished tableware, from rose-emblazoned China to thorn-themed napkin rings. The menu features French fine dining that uses local, gourmet delicacies, and also includes seafood such as sole fished off the coast of France and European lobster with white cabbage remoulade. Additionally, a large selection of wine and champagne pair perfectly with the dishes created by the hotel’s chefs. Dessert includes delicacies that pay tribute to royal Disney stories, with a celebration cake inspired by Belle’s rose marking special occasions. At Table de Lumière, guests can dine in the company of royal Disney couples.
At Fleur de Lys Bar, guests can take in a spectacular view of Fantasia Gardens in a fleur-de-lys-themed setting cast in regal shades of blue and silver. The menu features flower-themed signature cocktails and a large selection of quality wines. Guests can also purchase an exclusive premium afternoon tea offer, a snacking offer, or a Champagne experience serving premium products and exclusive Disneyland Hotel Cuvée, produced by the Maison Pierre Mignon, a five-generation family champagne producer located near Epernay, France.
The Deluxe Lounge welcomes guests staying in Deluxe Rooms to enjoy a stunning view of Fantasia Gardens and peaceful buffet breakfasts, complimentary tea time, and salty snacks. The Castle Club Lounge—reserved for guests staying in Castle Club rooms and suites—delivers a breathtaking view of Sleeping Beauty Castle. It has refined, bright décor inspired by several Disney castle interiors and elegant engravings designed by the Walt Disney Imagineering Paris teams, which were handmade using ancestral techniques. It offers a gourmet breakfast buffet topped with an à-la-carte menu, complimentary tea time with a selection of hot and cold beverages, and sweet and savory snack options, all served in delicate tableware specially created by Limoges porcelain manufacturer Maison Haviland. Cherished Disney Princesses, from Merida to Moana, crown the daily breakfast experience.
Relaxation and Revelry
At the Royal Kids Club, children become a part of their favorite Disney royal stories. The club is designed as a magical library where Cast Members welcome the children as they take part in exciting interactive and augmented reality experiences. Children and their families are also able to book A Disney Royal Encounter to pose alongside a Disney Princess such as Snow White or Jasmine, capturing charming memories in a stylish setting.
My Royal Dream makes even the youngest guests’ dreams come true as Cast Members act as personal stylists, transforming young girls and boys into elegant princesses or shining princes through the magic of makeup, hair, nails, costumes, and accessories. These paid services have different packages for children and adults, with costumes only available for those ages 3 to 14. This pampering experience ends with a professional portrait session, including a high-quality photo print and frames, for a magical souvenir that lasts a lifetime.
Disneyland Hotel also features the first-ever Disneyland Hotel Spa by Clarins. Beauty therapists, in four double treatment rooms, provide classic and signature treatments designed to enjoy alone, to share as a couple, or to experience with children. Guests are also invited to relax at the Crystal Pool, featuring a main pool, a kids’ paddling pool, and a hot tub. Swimmers can enjoy a leisurely dip beneath the glass and metal roof that echoes the Laeken Royal Greenhouses in Brussels before stretching out on the exterior sun deck.
For guests looking to stay active during their stay, the Health Club provide the latest in smart fitness equipment from the leading sports machine brand Technogym. Open 24/7, the space also includes a wellness program through a partnership with the wellness technology company Three Sages. A digital entertainment system provides guests with access to yoga and mindfulness practices to unwind and reset after a fun day in the parks.
The Royal Collection Boutique has been entirely redesigned in golden tones with references subtly concealed in carefully crafted details such as Disney Princesses emblems painted on elegant medallions. Guests are sure to find the perfect souvenir within a range of Disneyland Hotel exclusive products. Special Disney collaborations, as well as select core and Disneyland Paris lifestyle products crafted with the whole family in mind, also make for treasured gifts. Disneyland Paris teamed up with renowned French brands, including high-end fashion house Julien Fournié and Limoges porcelain manufacturer Bernardaud. Disneyland Paris is collaborating with Billieblush to introduce a lively and vibrant mini collection, only available in the Disneyland Hotel beginning in March 2024.
For more details on the Disneyland Hotel, visit the Disneyland Paris website.