Disneyland Paris is set to welcome guests back to its Disneyland Hotel on January 25, 2024, following an extensive two-year transformation into a magical fairy tale kingdom. The hotel's reopening will unveil a complete revamp of its 487 rooms and suites, designed to offer guests a journey into the heart of Disney royalty.

The Disneyland Hotel's new design immerses guests in the world of beloved characters from classic Walt Disney Animation Studios films such as Snow White, Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast as well as recent favourites like Frozen, Moana and Raya and the Last Dragon. This thematic approach allows guests to draw inspiration from these stories and craft their own fairy tale experiences during their stay.

Immersive Experiences and Dining:
Disney characters will be a core part of the hotel experience, engaging guests in interactive storytelling and song sessions. A highlight revealed at the Destination D23 event on September 9, 2023, was the Royal Banquet restaurant. This unique dining space invites guests to feast among portraits of Disney's royal families and enjoy dishes from famous Disney chefs, such as Kronk from The Emperor's New Groove and Chef Louis from The Little Mermaid.

Design Philosophy:
Sylvie Massara, the Head of Design and Show Quality at Walt Disney Imagineering Paris, shared that the renovated hotel is designed to create enchanting experiences for all ages. The hotel will greet guests with elegance, offering rooms and suites that celebrate Disney's princes and princesses in a timeless royal atmosphere.

Interactive and Kid-Friendly Features:
The Royal Kids Club at the hotel is being reimagined as an interactive library, utilizing augmented reality to bring Disney stories to life. A professional styling studio will also be available for children to dress up as their favourite Disney characters, complete with a keepsake photo of their transformation.

Entertainment and Dining Options:
La Royale Troupe
will present in-hotel performances, and guests will have the opportunity to meet Disney princesses by reservation, mirroring the experience offered at Hotel New York - The Art of Marvel with Spider-Man. Dining at the hotel will be a royal affair, with La Table de Lumière offering enchanting meals and the Royal Banquet Hall hosting encounters with Mickey and Minnie Mouse. The Fleur de Lys lobby bar will also serve an array of beverages.

Accommodations and Amenities:
The hotel's accommodation will encompass 11 Disney stories, with 16 signature suites focusing on five Disney tales. The most spectacular of these is the Royal Suite Frozen, inspired by Elsa's ice castle. The Castle Club has been revamped to offer a more exclusive experience, featuring private check-ins and breakfast lounges with Disney royalty.

Enhanced Guest Experience:
Special attention is being given to in-room amenities and public area layouts to ensure a personalized and enhanced guest experience. The pool, spa, bar, and restaurants are undergoing comprehensive redesigns. Tomás Feier, General Manager of the Disneyland Hotel, commented, "Upon reopening, the Disneyland Hotel will offer an experience even more fitting for France's prestigious five-star hotels."

With its royal theme and enhanced amenities, the Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland Paris is poised to offer guests an immersive and luxurious stay, allowing them to live out their own fairy tale fantasies in a setting that is both magical and elegant.