Time Out says
The most enchanting of Disney’s hotels.
Rates: from €600 per night
Added extras: fastpasses for all guests and a games room for kids
Services: breakfast, restaurants, spa with a pool, Disney shop and babysitting
Disneyland Paris is surrounded by hotels. But if we could choose only one, it would be this majestic Victorian era palace, with its pale pink walls and eye-popping salmon pink roof. In other words, the Disneyland Hotel is an architectural marvel, one that the little ones will fall in love with and the big kids will admit they have always dreamt of.
Its five star rating is well-deserved (it is also the most expensive of the Disneyland options) and you are sure to be welcomed with open arms. Before you throw yourself into the park though, head to the spa, complete with indoor pool, hammam, sauna and fitness centre – this is about as luxury as it gets. Toddlers can expend some energy in the games room, under the supervision of qualified instructors. Room are low-key (only a few Mickey Mouse symbols to be found) and comfortable, but not dazzling. Well-rested, grab your fastpass (available for all guests) to avoid endless queuing and immerse yourself in the park.
The high prices at some restaurants lead you to believe you will be dining on gourmet cuisine but the reality is less exciting – expect dishes you’d find in chain restaurants. But that’s a minor complaint in the scheme of things at this magical Disney experience.
Rue de la Marnière
|Price:||From €600 per night|