The location of your hotel can make a huge difference to your break away. Whether you're looking to stay within the park, in the Marne-la-Vallée area, or in central Paris, we can help you find the right accommodation for your Disneyland holiday.
With a combination of the main theme park, the Walt Disney film studios and Disney Village there is a great range of things to do, not just enjoying the main thrill rides. The park itself offers plenty of choice when it comes to accommodation, there are five Disney hotels to choose from, each of which has its own distinctive theme.
The Disneyland Hotel is situated at the grand entrance, overlooking the gates and Disneyland Park, offering service, hospitality and location the hotel also features a Celestia Spa, swimming pool and fitness centre.
Disney's Hotel New York takes on the feel of a hotel in the big apple with high service and big décor, featuring a Manhattan Restaurant and a Parkside Diner.
The Newport Bay Club recalls the style and charm of the late 19th Century New England seaside, situated on the waters of Lake Disney.Featuring a great seasfood restaurant and a relaxing yachting club vibe.
The Sequoia Lodge is inspired by America's vast national parks, as such this exquisitely recreated forest lodge is decked out with solid wooden furniture and a glowing fireplace in the 'Redwood Bar and Lounge' and 'Beaver Creek Tavern'.
The Wild West adorned Hotel Cheyenne is a step back in time. Featuring cowboy themed rooms and a mocked up Old West township, complete with saloon bar and live country music.
There are other partner hotels onsite including the four-star Radisson Blu and the Parisian styled Hotel l'Elysée Val d'Europe.
The benefits of saying in one of the Disney hotels include the chance to attend the Disney character breakfasts. Mickey, Minnie and a host of Disney characters are on hand to serve up a unique breakfast treat from your young ones. Guests of the Disney hotels also get earlier access to the theme park than visitors entering the park from independent accommodation.
The amusement park is situated around 20 miles outside of central Paris, in the area of Marne-la-Vallée. For those wanting to save money by visiting the park every day, there are plenty of accommodation options in Marne-la-Vallée to suit all budgets, from five star hotels to cheaper cost effective hotels.
If you are wanting to combine a trip to Disneyland with a city break to Paris, accommodation options in the city centre cater to all price ranges, from basic hotels to some of the finest five-star hotel and spa accommodation available in all of France. Staying in central Paris will give you the chance to take in the famous sights of the city, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and the Champs-Elysées.
Transport from central Paris to the Disneyland Theme Park is relatively easy for visitors. The RER, a fast metro link offers quick transport to the park from the city centre, plus TEV and Eurostar direct trains to the park. Alternatively transfer buses and local buses run regularly from the city and Charles de Gaulle airport.
On your Disneyland holiday you'll never be short of something to do. Disneyland Park is split into the themed areas of Main Street, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Adventureland and Discoveryland.
Walt Disney Studios Park takes you behind the scenes of moviemaking; The Toon Studio shows the secrets of Disney's animators, Cars Race Rally takes families across a virtual tour of America's highways with Cars character Flash McQueen. The Armageddon Special Effects attraction unveils the secrets of special effects from within a simulated disaster movie. The Production Courtyard focuses on the costume and make up aspect, while rides include Studio Tram Tour: Behind the Magic and The Twilight Zone: Tower of Terror.
The Disney Village features Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, a sports bar and restaurant and plenty of shopping opportunities to pick up clothes and souvenirs of your holiday.