The French authorities and The Walt Disney Company signed the Main Agreement for the Creation and Operation of Euro Disneyland in France on 24 March 1987. This paved the way for the tourist destination, providing a unique opportunity for growth and development to the east of Paris. Signing the Main Agreement signalled the beginning of a shared journey both sides of the Atlantic.
Disneyland Paris restaurants were recently applauded for their quality by the polling agency BVA. Surveys are carried out at Disneyland Paris on a regular basis in order to gauge visitors’ satisfaction with the services offered to them. This is a major recognition of the work done by the resort’s food service teams.
Catherine Powell, Présidente of Disneyland Paris, was eager to present her New Year’s wishes. She took the opportunity to call to mind Disneyland Paris’ upcoming 25th Anniversary celebrations, the 30th anniversary of the Agreement signed with the French Government and the tourist destination’s role alongside the Government to make French tourism more attractive than ever.
The fruit of a partnership between the Euro Disney and Pierre & Vacances – Center Parcs groups, Villages Nature Paris is now launching a recruitment campaign to staff the resort. Summer 2017 will see no fewer than 800 full-time and fixed-term positions created at the new leisure complex.
Disney VoluntEARS busied themselves during this Christmas period to offer 250 underprivileged children from the municipalities around Disneyland Paris a magical moment. The children participated to a number of creative workshops and discovered Sleeping Beauty’s Castle, among other things. A truly fantastic day at the heart of the magic!
After a year-long refurbishment, Big Thunder Mountain reopened its doors to the public on Saturday 17 December, marking a significant step in the major renovation programme for its hotels and attractions embarked upon by Disneyland Paris in 2014.
Disneyland Paris was recognized during the 11th annual Trophées de la Diversité awards, winning the award for overall corporate diversity policy initiatives. This is the second award for Disneyland Paris, after 2012’s award!
Over 30 000 professionals of the theme park industry got together this week in Florida, whey they awarded the show ‘Mickey and the Magician’. This is a prestigious reward for the work carried out by Disney Cast Members and Imagineers throughout the world.
Daniel Delcourt, Chief Operating Officer at Disneyland Paris, celebrated on 9 September the reopening of Adventure Isle, after 8 months of major refurbishment. We took the opportunity to discover a rehabilitated area and the work achieved by a number of teams who joined forces to amaze our guests.
As the largest renovation of the iconic attraction in Frontierland is halfway through, Disneyland Paris News invites you to discover the work that has already been carried out and what awaits you in what will turn out to be a truly explosive adventure! As we slip behind the palisades, Beth Clapperton, artistic director at Walt Disney Imagineering, brings us up to date after eight months of renovation.