Disney opened the doors of its landmark Disneyland Hotel in Paris on 25 January after a two-year “reimagination” of the statement pink palace.
The reopening marks a milestone in the ongoing transformation of the European slice of the “happiest place on Earth”, with a Frozen-themed land and a Tangled ride still to come at the Walt Disney Studios Park.
Inside the renovated flagship hotel, guests of all ages will be welcomed by a royal greeter, eat breakfast with Disney characters,and sleep in one of 487 rooms and suites, with interiors inspired by the libraries of famous French castles.
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Five signature room designs, dedicated to princesses from Cinderella to Rapunzel, and two one-of-a-kind suites – the Princely Beauty and the Beast-themed and Royal Frozen-inspired Ice Palace – are set to host guests willing to splash some serious cash on the “Castle Club” experience, with the Royal Suite reportedly priced at an eyewatering £9,000 a night.
Elsewhere, there’s a private Disney park entrance via the hotel’s lift, early access to the parks, a seven course pillow menu and designated “story keepers” to guide Disney fans around every corner of the hotel.
A Disneyland Hotel Spa by Clarins offers a respite from daily theme park marathons with pools and treatments for adults and children to enjoy the royal treatment and for dining options think French savoir-faire.
Feast in the Royal Banquet restaurant as Disney royals and friends parade the tables, fine-dine like Belle and her Prince in La Table de Lumière and try your hand at sophisticated with an afternoon tea in the Fleur de Lys Bar.
As the world’s only five-star hotel dedicated to the Disney greats, they seem to have everything covered.
Fancy some merchandise as memorabilia? The Royal Collection Boutique open only to hotel guests offers everything from bespoke fragrances, classic Mickey Mouse souvenirs and high-end home furnishings from Bernardaud.
The présidente of Disneyland Paris, Natacha…