Hotels Information for Disneyland, France
Based in Marne-la-Vallée, 32km east of central Paris, it is made up of two theme parks, Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park, as well as several hotels, a shopping, dining, and entertainment complex, and a golf course. The resort enjoys a temperate climate with mild, pleasant weather all year round.
There are plenty of accommodation options in and around the resort, whether you want a grand, castle-like hotel with lake views and landscaped gardens, or a family-friendly themed hotel with plenty of facilities and entertainment for the kids.
Choose from a Disney hotel, partner hotel or a nearby hotel. Disney Hotels are best for families, with included access to the theme parks, indoor children's play areas, and meet and greets with Disney characters. They're the closest to the action and most of them have free shuttles to the parks, as do the partner hotels. Stay in a nearby hotel if you want to save some pennies.
If you just want somewhere cheap so you can make the most of Disneyland Paris, stay at one of these hotels.
If you want the magic of a Disney hotel but without the huge price tag, stay at the two-star Wild West themed Disney's Hotel Cheyenne. Set in an authentic old Western town, it boats spacious rooms with bunk beds for the kids. Why not stop by the Chuck Wagon Café for an all-you-can-eat lunch or dinner, before a enjoying some country music and a drink at the Red Garter Saloon? For kids there's the Little Sherriff's children's corner, the Nevada Game Arcade, pony rides and an outdoor play area with teepees.
Another budget Disney hotel is the two-star meal at the Mexican-themed, inspired by the American Southwest. Wake up to a hearty continental breakfast to fuel you for the day ahead. After a long day exploring the parks, come back to your comfortable Route 66-style bedroom. If the kids want to continue the fun there's the Pow Wow Game Arcade, kid's corner and play area. In the evening enjoy a buffet meal at the Mexican-themed La Cantina and sip on a cocktail at Rio Grande Bar.
For a cheaper nearby hotel, try Hotel Ibis Budget Marne la Vallee Val d'Europe, a great base to explore the resort and surrounding area. You'll be able to relax in a modern, comfortable room with a shower, toilet, and flat-screen TV. Each morning help yourself to our all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast including fresh croissants, breads, brioche, fresh fruit, yoghurts, cereals, hot drinks and juices.
If you want the freedom and flexibility of a self-catering apartment, there are a few to choose from.
If you want to get back to nature, stay at the two-star wilderness-themed Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch set in 140 acres of forest. Live in your very own woodland cabin which boasts a lounge and fully equipped kitchen as well as a barbecue outside. Enjoy a hearty buffet meal at Crockett's Tavern and sip on a drink as country music plays at Crockett's Saloon. Take a dip in the indoor pool with its waterfall, slide and whirlpool bath, or get active in the great outdoors with Davy Crockett's Adventure. Kids will love the pony rides, outdoor playground, animal enclosure and the Lucky Racoon Game Arcade.
You'll feel right at home in the Disney partner hotel Adagio Marne-la-Vallee Val d'Europe, modelled on a mansion house. These elegant and spacious self-catering apartments feature a lounge and fully-equipped kitchen. As you're in the country of cuisine, why not dabble in a little French cooking? Get started each day with a continental breakfast buffet in the breakfast room, and after a long day at the parks, chill out in the heated outdoor pool.
Not far away from the Disneyland resort is the two-star Sejours & Affaires Rive Gauche. The simple apartments include a living room with a sofa bed that sleeps two, two single beds or a double bed, a television, an office area, a fully-equipped kitchen and bathroom.
Most hotels in the area cater well for families, but these are some of the best with lots of activities for the kids.
Intrepid travellers will love the three-star Explorers Hotel, a Disney partner hotel where you can journey to the four corners of the earth and go back to when mermaids and pirates ruled the seas. At the Plantation restaurant you can taste your way around the world with an international dinner buffet. Enjoy traditional French cuisine at Captain's Library Restaurant, or Italian fare at Marco's Pizza Parlour. For a bottle of rum or an exotic cocktail, head to Smuggler's Tavern or Trader's Café Bar. Your little explorers can monkey around in the play area, take a spin on the mini merry-go-round or ride the Dragon Slide into the pool. Landlubbers may prefer a stroll in the landscaped gardens, or a game of billiards, darts or table football.
A bit more expensive is the four-star Magic Circus partner hotel. Inside this French manor inspired hotel, it's a real circus complete with jugglers, clowns and acrobats. This family-friendly hotel boasts large rooms with big-top style bunk beds for kids. Tuck into classic French cuisine at L'Etoile Restaurant and enjoy a snack or nightcap at Le Bar des Artistes. After an exciting day in the theme parks, unwind in the heated indoor pool while the kids play in their own paddling pool. If you need energising, go for a walk around the gardens and lake or work out in the fitness room. Kids can clown around in the outdoor playground, play table football and enjoy the fun of the fair on the mini merry-go-round.
The three-star Disney's Sequoia Lodge has the rugged charm of a mountain lodge straight out of one of America's National Parks. Feast on a succulent buffet at the Hunter's Grill or sample international home-cooked grub at the Beaver Creek Tavern, before heading for that big armchair in front of the stone fireplace at the Redwood Bar and Lounge. Cool off in the indoor or outdoor pool, and let off some steam in the whirlpool, sauna or fitness room. For kids there's Kit Carson's Game Arcade, a TV and games room, an outdoor play area and an indoor children's corner.
Or there's the four-star Disney's Hotel New York, winner of TripAdvisor Traveller's Choice for families. Savour the intimate atmosphere of the Manhattan Restaurant or enjoy a taste of 1930s New York in the Parkside Diner before sipping a cocktail at the plush New York City Bar. If you want to feel the burn, head to the Downtown Athletic Club. Kids will enjoy the Roger Rabbit children's corner, Times Square Game Arcade, outdoor tennis courts or the open-air ice skating rink.
By a lake
Get back to nature at these hotels located by peaceful lakes and beautiful gardens.
The three-star Disney's Newport Bay Club boasts the charm of the late 19th Century New England seaside, right on the edge of Lake Disney. Enjoy an aperitif and a cocktail at the Fisherman's Wharf overlooking the lake before a buffet meal at Cape Cod restaurant. Cool down in the indoor or outdoor pool, warm up in the hot tub, sauna or fitness room, and chill out with a massage. For kids there's the Sea Horse Club Game Arcade and children's corner.
The French-themed Kyriad Disneyland Paris is a three-star partner hotel with the feel of being in the countryside with its picturesque landscapes and a scenic lake. Enjoy traditional French country style dining at Le Marche Gourmand, and sip your favourite cocktail or nightcap as you plan the next day in L'Abreuvoir Bar. Take a stroll in the beautiful surroundings, or try your hand at petanque, the traditional French sport played in villages all over the country.
If you want to make your stay really magical, try one of these luxury hotels.
The ultimate Disney holiday can be enjoyed at the five-star Disneyland Hotel. This grand hotel is a TripAdvisor Traveller's Choice Winner for families and it's conveniently located right at the entrance to Disneyland Park. Wake up to breakfast with Disney characters, enjoy a buffet lunch or dinner in the Inventions restaurant or wine and dine at the California Grill. Savour a cocktail with a spectacular view of the garden at Café Fantasia piano bar. Swim in the pool or unwind in the Celestia Spa with a whirlpool bath, sauna and steam. Kids can play in the Club Minnie playroom while you relax. Want to be a princess for a day? Your little angels can fulfil their dream and dress up as a Disney Princess before a photo session.
Or you could try the luxury four-star Radisson Blu Hotel at Disneyland Paris located in the middle a golf course. This partner hotel has stunning views of the fairways of Golf Disneyland offering 27 holes of championship golf. After a day at the parks or on the green, hit the wellness centre with a heated indoor pool, sauna, steam bath and fitness room as well as spa treatments and massages. Fuel yourself for the day with a buffet breakfast at Restaurant Birdie, feast on traditional French cuisine at Pamplemousse Restaurant and enjoy a drink at the Scottish-inspired Le Chardon Bar. For little ones there's a play area and table tennis facilities.
With a spa
If you want somewhere to relax and unwind after a fun-packed day, there are a couple of spa options.
The four-star Relais Spa Val d'Europe is close to Disneyland Paris, the Val d'Europe Mall and Vallée Village outlet shopping. Chill out with a long drink at Le Franklin and savour traditional French cooking in the Brasserie FLO. Indulge the sumptuous 800 sq/m spa dedicated to relaxation and well-being. Recharge in the steam bath, sauna, swimming pool or Jacuzzi and work up a sweat in the fitness room.
Or you can live like royalty at the four-star chateau-inspired Dream Castle Hotel Paris . Everything is inspired by Europe's past, including frescoes of the heroic Three Musketeers. Your elegant room boasts a king-sized bed with curtained bunk beds for the children. The medieval theme continues in the Musketeers Restaurant, where you can feast on international buffet meals, while at the Excalibur Bar you can enjoy cocktails and a wide range of whiskies and beers overlooking the gardens and lake. When it's time to unwind, take the plunge in the heated indoor pool, or relax in the whirlpool, sauna and steam. Invigorate yourself in the fitness room and visit faraway lands in the wellness centre, with a wide range of massages and skin treatments. Kids can be king of the castle in the outdoor adventure playground.
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