Disneyland Paris will not reopen to guests this February as originally announced, as the resort has shared that it will extend its temporary closure due to the current conditions in Europe.
The resort was originally scheduled to reopen on Feb. 12, 2021, but because of the “prevailing conditions in Europe,” Disneyland Paris is now looking to an April 2 reopening.
This announcement was shared with guests on social media and on the resort’s official website:
Guests who have an arrival booked before April 2 will be able to either cancel their trip and receive a full refund, or make a new booking and transfer their current paid balance to the new booking. Now through March 31, 2021, guests can book their same trip at the same price with the same perks if their vacation falls between Feb. 13 and April 1.
Dated tickets for visits during this closure period will be automatically canceled and refunded, but non-dated tickets will be valid until Sept. 30, 2021. Annual Passes will be extended by the number of days for the resort’s closure.
Reservations to the resort will be welcome from that date onward, though Disneyland Paris has advised guests that their reopening plans will “continue to evolve” and to check back for updates.
To learn more about changes to Disneyland Paris’ booking and cancelation policies as a result of this closure extension, click here.