Disney’s Hotels


Disney’s hotels are partner hotels to Eurodisney all offering special services that are not available in other hotels.

Each Disney’s hotel has a special fun theme, ranging from the Magic Kingdom theme of Disneyland Hotel to the Wild West theme of Cheyenne and Mexican influences of Santa Fe. The restaurants, the decoration and the amenities are designed according to the theme down to the finest detail.

Eurodisney hotels - Cheyenne

Disney's Hotel Cheyenne has a Wild West theme

Disney’s characters visit the hotels every day to chat with visitors, give autographs and pose for photos. They can be even booked to spend the whole breakfast or dinner with you – although extra fees usually apply.

All hotels have been specially designed with families in mind. The rooms are usually designed for two adults and two children, but extra beds and bigger rooms are available for larger families. The hotel restaurants offer food alternatives that the children prefer and there are play areas. As Disney’s hotels are mostly visited by Eurodisney visitors, there are lots of other families and children around, so the kids will always find friends to play with.

Eurodisney Hotels - family rooms

Family rooms at Newport Bay Club

Most Disney’s hotels include breakfast in the price of the room. The breakfast is served in buffet style in the main restaurants, and there is a wide variety of choices for all tastes. The Disney characters are usually around especially during the breakfast to meet and greet visitors.

All hotels offer plenty of activities to keep children entertained. Depending on the hotel there is a chance go swimming, skating, pony riding or venturing on the playground.

Disney’s hotels also include a Disney shop which is great for buying souvenirs and gifts for the friends at home. The Disney shops incldue plush toys, mugs, t-shirts and DVD’s.

Eurodisney hotes - Santa Fe

Shopping at Disney's Hotel Santa Fe

free shuttle bus service runs from Disney’s hotels to the Disneyland Park. The service is frequent, at high season as often as every ten minutes. The shuttle bus service runs throughout the day during the opening hours of the amusement park.Disney’s hotels offer a chance to buy tickets to the park from the reception. This saves time from queuing at the gates which at high season is a great advantage. You can prepare for your day at the park in advance and get straight into the fun as soon as you arrive on the park.