A massive transformation of Disneyland Hotel at the entrance of Disneyland Paris is now underway, having just begun after several months of preparation following the initial announcement.
The early phase of the transformation has readied the site for what’s to come, in particular emptying the hotel of its furniture, with many pieces made available to cast members. As part of the resort’s ongoing efforts to support its surrounding community, Disneyland Paris also donated more than 1,500 furniture pieces to three organizations that support local communities.
When the Disneyland Hotel reopens, it will take on a new royal theme, with rooms and suites taking inspiration from animated classics like “Beauty and the Beast,” “Cinderella,” and “Sleeping Beauty,” as well as more modern features like “Tangled” and “Frozen.”
In addition to the room refurbishments, all hotel areas will be upgraded and redesigned to offer enhanced accommodations with upgraded technologies, like online check-in and in-room connectivity. There will also be expansions made to the boutique and fitness areas, like an extended pool, spa and gym.
For younger guests, the “Princess for a Day” offering will return with a “reimagined comeback” to provide an “even more royal” experience. Culinary options will also be improved and even extend into the lobby. An additional lounge will also be created for guests to enjoy, along with food and beverage offerings.
The hotel’s exterior will retain its Victorian lines and continue to blend into the world of Disneyland Paris’ Main Street, U.S.A.; the facades, roofs, and woodwork will be completely refurbished, as well as the hotel’s parking area and entry sequence.
This next stage in Disneyland Paris’ hotel transformation plan comes just after the reimagining and opening of Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel, which opened earlier this year on June 21, 2021.