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Disneyland Paris
Magical Stays

Disneyland Paris offers several on-site hotels, each catering to a variety of preferences and budgets. Here are some of the top hotels associated with Disneyland Paris, with a brief description of each:






Disneyland Hotel

This is the flagship hotel of Disneyland Paris and is located right at the entrance of the Disneyland Park. The hotel boasts a Victorian theme, offers upscale dining experiences, and includes character encounters best for those looking for a luxurious experience and direct access to the parks.


Disney's Hotel New York - The Art of Marvel

Reimagined in 2020, this hotel has a sleek design inspired by the Marvel Universe. It's perfect for Marvel fans, featuring contemporary art, comic books, costumes, and more from the Marvel world.  Best for Marvel fans and those looking for a more modern and chic hotel experience.


Disney's Newport Bay Club

Designed with a 1920s New England maritime theme, this lakeside hotel offers nautical-themed rooms and is the largest hotel at Disneyland Paris. It underwent a major refurbishment a few years ago.  Best for families and those who enjoy a maritime atmosphere.


Disney's Sequoia Lodge

This hotel has a Pacific Northwest lodge theme, surrounded by trees and featuring a cozy, forested ambiance. The hotel has both standard rooms and more upscale suites.  Best for nature lovers and those who prefer a more tranquil environment.


Disney's Hotel Cheyenne

Experience the Old West with this cowboy-themed hotel. The rooms resemble old frontier cabins, and there's even a western-style saloon.  Best for  those on a budget but still looking for a themed experience. Great for families and children who love the Wild West theme.


Disney's Hotel Santa Fe

Inspired by the American Southwest and the Disney/Pixar movie "Cars," this is a more budget-friendly hotel with colorful, car-themed rooms.  Best for families on a budget and fans of the Cars franchise.


Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch

A little different from the other hotels, this is a cabin-based resort located outside the parks. Each cabin can accommodate up to six people and comes with its own kitchen.  Best for larger families or groups looking for a more secluded, self-contained experience. You'll need a car, as this resort isn't connected by the park's shuttle service.


When choosing a hotel, consider factors like budget, desired amenities, the type of experience you're looking for, and its proximity to the parks. Booking in advance can also secure better rates and availability, especially during peak seasons.
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