Time Out says
The most ‘New York’ of the Disneyland hotels.
Room prices: From €400 a night
Hotel perks: Access to both parks
Services: Wifi, restaurant, spa, piscine, tennis court and games room
Child or adult, French or foreign, everyone loves the magic of Disneyland. The attractions, the fairytale atmosphere, the endless queues…well, maybe not that last one. Still, there’s a long list of reasons to check out the legendary theme park – and best to do so over several days to prolong your escapist minibreak.
In addition to the impressive Disneyland Paris Hotel overlooking the park, there's Disney’s Hotel New York. It’s the most interesting in the leisure complex, as well as the most ‘American’, designed by the hugely accomplished architect Michael Graves – a New York style setting, located just minutes away from the park, at the most Northern point of the ‘Disney Lake’.
Inside, the 565 rooms and 27 suites push the ‘Big Apple’ theme with a 1930s art deco style – not exactly the stuff of dreams, but their simplicity makes them shine. In truth, the most interesting bits are found elsewhere: head for the ground floor and outside for what Disneyland does best – leisure. Two swimming pools (one indoor, one outdoor), a sauna, a hammam, tennis courts, a play area for children, a video games room and even an ice rink are all at your disposal. We almost didn’t want to re-join Mickey and co in the main park.