If you're planning a Disney-themed family holiday or are travelling to the park with young children, we would definitely recommend staying in one of the nearby hotels. As well as cutting down your travel time, getting you into the park early and providing a nearby napping station for tired kids, staying in a themed hotel really makes your Disney holiday even more magical. The complex features seven Disneyland Paris hotels - here's what you need to know.


The Disneyland Hotel


This five-star American-Victorian hotel Disneyland Paris’ flagship hotel is located between Main Street U.S.A and Fantasia Gardens and was designed to recreate the opulent Victorian hotels that emerged in the United States around the end of the 19th century.



Disney's Hotel New York


The New York City-styled hotel has a 1930's Art Deco design, with the exterior stylised as a skyscraper skyline. It even has a skating rink that they decorate over Christmas as a nod to Rockerfeller Center. With a four-star rating, you know you’re in good hands.



Disney's Newport Bay Club


With white clapboard exteriors, porches and nautical décor, this is the ultimate New England-style hotel. The dreamy three-star accommodation was made in a crescent shape so it could be built around a curve on Lake Disney.



Disney's Sequoia Lodge


This three-star hotel’s design is based on the American National Park lodges in Yellowstone and Yosemite. A wonderful ‘rustic American’ hotel, this accommodation has lovely views as it faces Lake Disney.



Disney's Hotel Cheyenne


Sitting on one side of the Disney-made river, Rio Grande, this two-star hotel creates the illusion that it is an American Old West town rather than a single hotel complex.



Disney's Hotel Santa Fe


With an American Southwest theme, this hotel is built in a desert-like environment with cacti and even a drive-in theatre. The two-star hotel sits beside the Rio Grande river, opposite the Hotel Cheyenne. 



Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch


If hotels aren’t your thing, this is a camping ground consisting of 595 cabins in a quiet wooded area. It’s the furthest Disney-approved accommodation from the park, situated at a 15-minute drive from Disneyland Paris. The cabins are self-catering, with bunk beds that the kids will love.



The other options...


Disneyland Paris also has six 'associated hotels,' which are not managed by Euro Disney S.C.A. These provide free shuttle buses to the theme parks and are:

  • Marriott's Village d'lle-de-France
  • Radisson BLU Hotel
  • Vienna International Magic Circus Hotel
  • Vienna International Dream Castle Hotel
  • Algonquin's Explorers Hotel
  • Kyriad Hotel