A Night at…Disneyland Paris

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away there was a park filled with fun, thrills and wonder. Over 375 million lucky people had visited this park to experience some of its magic. The crown jewel of the park was a majestic candyfloss pink castle with turrets that soared to the sky. Many little princesses and princes were invited to stay at this castle, where all their wildest dreams would come true.

Disneyland may be the most magical place on earth but the Disneyland Hotel is in a realm of its own. Following a comprehensive reimagination, Disneyland Paris has unveiled the grand reopening of this iconic hotel. Behind these powder pink walls is an immersive journey into the enchanting world of Disney royalty.

The Disneyland hotel has 487 elegant rooms and suites with interiors that are an ode to Disney’s magical storytelling. Guests can sleep like Queens or Kings with an exclusive pillow menu, featuring seven types of pillows to suit every need. There are also 16 extraordinary Signature Suites that deliver the most opulent and immersive experience that transport guests into the world of their most beloved Disney stories, including Beauty and the Beast, Rapunzel and Elsa from Frozen.

There are the Sleeping Beauty Signature Suites, set in late medieval times with stone walls, arches and Aurora’s dressing table or the pièce de résistance, her iconic dress that magically changes colour according to the wishes of her fairy friends.

The Cinderella Signature Suites are luxurious boudoirs with pink bedrooms and blue and ivory living rooms. There is even a chimney, her beloved ball gown and the glass slipper which illuminates as if by magic.

The Frozen Signature Suites are truly mesmerising, inspired by Scandinavian interiors and Arendelle. There is a magnificent mantelpiece with portraits of Anna and Elsa and even a window overlooking a snowflake that glitters all-year-long.

It’s hard to imagine a more opulent experience but there is in the Princely and the Royal suites. The Royal Suite is an invitation to Queen Elsa’s Ice Palace with its bedroom, living room, bathroom, kitchen and dining room all decorated with a flurry of glacial magic. This one-of-a-kind suite boasts a balcony with a breathtaking view onto the iconic Sleeping Beauty Castle.

The Princely suite invites guests to step inside the live-action retelling of Beauty and the Beast with lavish baroque decor. From the bedroom to the lounge-turned-ballroom and bath, every detail is an ode to a tale as old as time, with majestic chandeliers, a fireplace and a glittering rose that adorns the headboard.

Beauty and the Beasts tale continues at La Table de Lumière, an extraordinary fine dining restaurant for adults and children alike that pays homage to the Beauty and the Beast ballroom scene. With elegant mirrors and crystal, La Table de Lumière is inspired by the beautiful Hall of Mirrors at Versaille. The menu also celebrates fine French cuisine and has an impressive selection of wines and champagnes. Keep an eye out for the Royal Disney Couples, including, Belle and her Prince, Aurora and Phillip or Tiana and Naveen, they are may appear as if by magic, eager to welcome their honoured guests.

To make your little one’s dreams truly come true, book the spectacular My Royal Experience. A team of personal stylists transform children into elegant princesses or princes through the magic of make-up, hair and costumes. After your little one is transformed into a prince or princess, there is a professional portrait session. Seeing the smile on your little one’s face is something you will cherish forever.



Bd de Parc, 77700 Coupvray, France