Disneyland Paris has confirmed that the resort will remain closed until early on in 2021, as a result of the latest government measures for France related to COVID-19.
The resort was aiming to reopen for the holiday season, but now it appears that it will have to keep the gates closed until Feb. 12, 2021.
For guests who had booked a future trip during this closure period, options availalble include canceling and receiving a full refund or postponing the trip and booking new dates to visit. Starting Dec. 1, guests will be able to rebook their summer break trips at the current available rate for arrivals starting on April 1, 2021.
As for Annual Passes, the duration of those and their benefits, depending on the pass type, will be extended the number of days the resort is temporarily closed—starting from the expiration date of the pass—and monthly payments will be suspended from Nov. 1, 2020 through March 2021. As of right now, new Annual Pass sales are currently suspended.
To learn more about temporary adjustments and cancelation policies for Disneyland Paris in relation to this second temporary closure, visit DisneylandParis.com.