Disneyland Paris Hotel Reviews

There are over a dozen hotels located near Disneyland Paris, providing lots of choices for families out for a fun, memorable vacation.  No matter your budget or preferences, you’ll be able to find the perfect hotel for you and your family, and make your experience at Disneyland Paris as stress free as possible.  Some of the hotels are within walking distance of the adventure park, and the rest offer a free shuttle service to guests heading to Disneyland Paris.  Fun and adventure are right in the neighborhood when you stay at one of the Disneyland Paris hotels, two of which are reviewed here.

Disneyland Paris Hotel
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The Disneyland Hotel is the epitome of luxury just steps away from Disneyland Park.  Conveniently located at the entrance to the amusement park, Disneyland Hotel is a majestic Victorian-inspired building where you’ll vacation in style and luxury when you book one of their outstanding rooms.  There’s a variety of rooms offered at the hotel, each outfitted with the most luxurious furnishings and fixtures. and come complete with a Disney hotel fastpass for access to the Disneyland Park.  The standard room is decorated in the same Victorian railroad style seen throughout the hotel, and feature either a double bed, suitable for up to two people, or two double beds for four people.  There’s also the Terrace room, with either a large double bed for two people, or two double beds that sleep four total.  For the family vacationing in Paris, there’s the Family room and the Family Terrace room, which features two double beds and a sofa bed, accommodating five people.  Guests staying at this hotel will benefit from great amenities such as a special kid’s menu, free WiFi, free valet parking, bell service, currency exchange and concierge service.  A Disney Fastpass for each guest is provided for every day of their stay, and can be used at attractions that accept this facility.

Disneyland Hotel also has a number of Castle Club rooms and suites for an even more luxurious experience.  The Castle Club Park View rooms offer one or two double beds, a private floor and a view of the Disneyland Park, as well as special services only available to Castle Club rooms.  Luxurious suites available at the Disneyland Hotel are the Junior, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Tinkerbell suites.  The Sleeping Beauty suite is the hotel’s presidential suite, and features a spacious living area, kitchen, lovely grand piano and a luxurious whirlpool bath.  You can also stay at the Walt’s Apartment suite, named after the iconic Walt Disney himself.  All the hotel’s Castle Club rooms are booked via telephone only, which definitely alludes to the exclusivity of staying at this hotel.  Perks available to only Castle Club guests include a private reception desk, free hot and cold soft drinks and afternoon snacks in the private lounge, and a private lift to the Disneyland Park entrance.  You and your family can indulge in the full American breakfast, where you’ll be greeted by Disney Characters, adding to the memories you’ll make while staying at this hotel.

Paris Disneyland Hotel Reviews
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Disney’s Sequoia Lodge is modelled after a cosy mountain retreat, and has a truly authentic atmosphere.  Situated amidst the trees on the shores of Lake Disney in Paris, at this hotel you can experience the comfort many people associate with spending quality family time around a cosy warm fireplace.  Disneyland Parks are just a short fifteen minute walk away from Disney’s Sequoia Lodge, or you can take advantage of the hotel’s free shuttle service straight to the Park’s gates.  When you get back to the Sequoia Lodge after a day at the Disneyland Park, the fun doesn’t have to end.

The entire family will have a great time swimming in the hotel’s outdoor pool, and you’ll probably have to drag your kids away from the themed indoor pool with its adventure slide.  To satisfy the family’s appetite, there are two restaurants at the Sequoia Lodge where you can enjoy tasty American style meals.  Hunter’s Grill and Beaver Creek Tavern has an all you can eat buffet of tasty meats and hearty side dishes to satisfy the entire family.  Your kids will surely be exhausted but happy after a great day at Disneyland Park, so after they’ve gone to bed the adults can relax with a drink at the Redwood Bar and Lounge.  Modeled after a lounge at an American national park and built around a magnificent stone fireplace, this bar and lounge is the perfect place to unwind and look forward to another day of fun at the Disneyland Paris Park.

Standard rooms at Disney’s Sequoia Lodge are decorated to resemble a lodge, and feature air conditioning, a radio, telephone, Disney and International television channels, as well as a hair dryer and safety deposit box.  The rooms can sleep up to four people, as each one is furnished with two comfortable double beds.  Deluxe rooms at Disney’s Sequoia Lodge are available both with and without lake views, and are called the Montana Room and the Montana Lakeside Room, both suitable for up to four people.  You’ll benefit from all the amenities offered in the standard rooms, as well as the convenience of being located in the main building of the hotel, nearer to the hotel’s facilities.

Disney’s Sequoia Lodge also has exclusive rooms known as Club Level rooms, such as the Golden Forest Club Room, the Golden Forest Club Lake View Room and the Honeymoon Suite, which must be booked via telephone only.  The Honeymoon Suite features a large bedroom and a comfortable seating area, and is suitable for two guests.  In addition to the standard amenities, these rooms include a mini-fridge, luggage service, private reception desk and free American breakfast in the hotel’s lounge.  Free hot and cold soft drinks and snacks are also available in the hotel’s lounge every afternoon.  If you book one of the suites, you’ll also receive special access to some of Disneyland Paris’ attractions via the VIP Fastpass.  Guests who stay in the Golden Forest rooms also benefit from a Disney Hotel Fastpass and the benefit of skipping the long lines at the Disneyland Paris Park.

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