Disneyland Paris's Crown Jewel: A Look into the newly revamped Disneyland Hotel

20 days ago in "Disneyland Paris Resort"

Posted: Tuesday September 12, 2023 11:47am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has announced that the five-star Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland Paris will reopen on January 25, 2024 following a major renovation project.

The completely reimagined hotel is inspired by Disney royal stories, such as "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," "Cinderella," "Sleeping Beauty," "Sword in the Stone," "The Little Mermaid," "Beauty and the Beast," "Aladdin," "The Princess and the Frog," "Tangled," "Frozen," "Moana" and "Raya and the Last Dragon."

The Lobby

The grand lobby takes inspiration from world-famous European castles, blending materials with touches of ivory and gold alongside unique lighting, sounds, and scents that evolve according to the time of day. A chandelier made of Bohemian crystal representing the park's iconic Sleeping Beauty Castle takes center stage. As you step inside, Royal Greeters will be ready to welcome you for your special stay while La Troupe Royale Disney, a joyful duo of comedians, will be on hand to perform surprise sing-alongs and royal tales.

Guest rooms

From the Superior, Deluxe, and Castle Club rooms to the Signature Suites, royal stories can be found in the artwork and subtle décor accents.

The resort includes 16 Signature Suites; the Princely and the Royal Suites will feature unique design elements directly inspired by Disney classics such as "Sleeping Beauty," "Cinderella," "Rapunzel," "Beauty and the Beast," and "Frozen." From Aurora's magical color-changing dress to a shining Sundrop flower and even Queen Elsa's Ice Castle.

All-New Restaurants, Bar and Lounges

At the Royal Banquet, you are invited to attend a royal feast amidst a gallery of paintings featuring Disney Animation's royal families, such as King Triton and his seven daughters from "The Little Mermaid" and even Kronk from "The Emperor's New Groove." Dishes here are inspired by the homes of the beloved Disney Princess characters, like a Spicy Cajun Shrimp dish paying tribute to Tiana. You will also have the opportunity to meet and dine with Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, and their friends dressed in regal attire exclusive to the hotel.

Inspired by the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles, as well as paying homage to the "Beauty and the Beast" ballroom, La Table de Lumière will offer table service dining among elegant mirrors, rose-emblazoned china and thorn-themed napkins. Its French fine dining showcases local, gourmet delicacies such as roses from Provins and sea treasures like lobster, monkfish, and sole fished off the coast of France. To top off the meal, a celebration cake inspired by Belle's rose is on the menu.

You can also enjoy your regal meal in the company of Royal Disney Couples, including Belle and her Prince, Aurora and Philip, Tiana and Naveen, or Jasmine and Aladdin in all-new, exclusive regalia.

For those looking for a more relaxed atmosphere, Fleur de Lys Bar offers a view of the hotel's Fantasia Gardens alongside flower-themed signature cocktails and a selection of quality wines. An afternoon tea or a Champagne experience is also available.

Luxury Spa Experiences

At Disneyland Hotel Spa by Clarins and Health Club, expert practitioners can provide classic and signature treatments. To continue the rest and relaxation, Crystal Pool invites guests of all ages for a leisurely dip beneath the glass and metal roof that was inspired by the Laeken Royal Greenhouses in Brussels.

A Royal Experience for Kids

At the Royal Kids Club, designed as a magical library, children aged three to seven can step into their favorite Disney royal stories as they take part in interactive and augmented reality experiences.

The Royal Collection Boutique offers a variety of makeover packages for kids — and even adults, too. This add-on experience ends with a professional portrait session, including a photo print and frames.

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Advisable Joseph3 hours ago

15 billion. The 10 billion was a mistake that Ally! corrected. Seems a little high, though, even with depreciation. But what do I know?

The Moles Family4 hours ago

So Lion King land coming to Studios park and an investment of €10 billion in Paris that would include a 3rd park? Makes me very happy but I’ll believe it once it’s got shovels in the ground

Advisable Joseph11 hours ago

Is the discussion of the third land in the thread somewhere? Edit: SUN is mentioned here The $15 billion, here And here

wtyy211 day ago

The original exit music of Disney Dreams, Come Dream a Dream sung by Cara Dillon, returns for the first time since it's last performance of the song in 2017. Except this time, the post-show announcement was played before that song instead of after the exit music.

LondonTom2 days ago

Oh man I wish I could have been out there for the end of the 30th. What a brilliantly executed celebration! Hopefully, at least the shows continue on like this! Also with the lacklustre celebrations in the US, its really put DLP on the map for Disney Parks fans in the US too!

fradz2 days ago

Looked absolutely stunning. We had a trip booked specifically for this and unfortunately had to cancel earlier this week. Well done to the entertainment teams, they're making us dream brighter for sure

Disney Analyst2 days ago

Really so beautiful. I am so glad I got to experience a tiny part of the celebration, even if I missed the daytime show.

montydysquith-navarro2 days ago

Perhaps the most touching part of the one-night-only finale: the multi-lingual "Thank You" message written by drones

Disney Analyst2 days ago

They really ended this with a bang. A fantastic event. How a Disney anniversary should be handled.

Swissmiss2 days ago

Didn‘t even think of that when we decided to go only to the Villians party last night and not stay the weekend. Guess it was a good call 😉

marni19712 days ago

Last day of the wonderful and very well executed 30th anniversary celebrations. It’s a mad house of a party! https://x.com/magic_vacation/status/1708045224063205422?s=61&t=YGdywtVzVpZxhxC5KkTuvA https://x.com/dlpreport/status/1708056852922007676?s=61&t=YGdywtVzVpZxhxC5KkTuvA

The Moles Family3 days ago

Yep, that's where I envisioned.

marni19713 days ago

This is Paris not Orlando 😁 Theres a plot for the fourth hotel reserved since 1992. It’s quite telling - the promenade wall has a sticky out bit like Sequoia that’s opposite where the entrance should have been.

The Moles Family3 days ago

Im calling it now. Not certain on location but is there space to the right of New port Bay? They'll stick a tower there that looks over the 2 parks for the fireworks