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We only had about 25 hours at Disneyland with our 4 year-old son (arriving and departing on the Eurostar from London) and wanted to ensure every minute counted. That’s the main reason we chose the Disneyland Paris hotel. It is at the very entrance of...More
Booked this hotel for my sisters hen do as we have always wanted to stop in this hotel. Couldn't fault it was lovely, tidy and friendly and had loads of characters in the hotel. I could not stop in a different hotel now it was...More
Having just walked in and booked a room rather than pre booking we expected to pay a bit more but 1179 euros for 1 night was over the top. The room we had was basic with 2 double beds which was fine for us as...More
This is the third of the Disney hotels we've stayed at in Paris. We stayed in a family room, which gave our group of five plenty of space - even with a cot in the room. There was a turndown service every night, and the...More
We stayed at Disneyland Paris Hotel for 2 nights and it was a great experience but I'm not sure it is worth the money. The hotel is located right outside the Parks but the other, cheaper hotels are so close I would just save the...More
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Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Business Centre with Internet Access
Things to do
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
US$523 - US$1,448 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Castle Club guests sleep in one of the 59 rooms that are located in the main building of the hotel instead of the rooms in the side wings (or in 1 of the suites if one can afford it). Castle Club is located on an exlusive... More
Castle Club guests sleep in one of the 59 rooms that are located in the main building of the hotel instead of the rooms in the side wings (or in 1 of the suites if one can afford it). Castle Club is located on an exlusive private floor located on the 3rd and 4rth floor where Castle Club guests will find peace and have a private reception as well as acces to the Castle Lounge which is open from 7.30am to 11pm and where free nonalcoholic drinks are served. In that lounge there's a free breakfast with Disney Characters and free snacks during teatime between 4 and 5.30pm.
The rest and peace at the Castle Club is made possible by the fact that Castle Club can only be reached with a private elevator that can only be used by the key of a Castle Club room or suite. With the same key the private elevator can be used to go down to entrance of the Disneyland park right away. So make sure if you book Castle Club you wait after delivering your luggage for a CM that can guide you to the Castle Clubs recepion as you won't be able to reach it on your own upon arrival since you won't have received a room key yet. On your first and last day before and after you can get on the room you'll get a key for the elevator alone.
On the room there's also a DVD-player and Disney DVD's can be borrowed at the Castle Club reception.
2 differences with club levels in the cheaper hotels (ESC, CoC and GFC):
- VIP-FP is available also for club rooms (instead of only the suites).
- breakfast is also included on your arrival day
Keep in mind not all Castle Club rooms have park view! In fact most have not. Only 8 rooms have park view and they cost €130 extra per night. The Castle Lounge has park view though.
It's a lot of money, the prices can be found in the price list on the dlp-website but not in the booking tool as you'll have to call the Disneyland Paris Suites Department to be able to book a Castle Club room even the regular Disney Advisors can't book you a Castle Club room. However within Castle Club luxury doesn't stop anywhere so it sure is worth the money.
Even the room maids are giving your room more attention compared to a regular Disneyland Hotel room. They'll open and close the windows curtains and make sure by the end of the day your slippers will be next to your bed (again).