A trip to Disneyland® Paris is an experience unlike any other. To make sure this is true for every guest, every time, Disneyland Paris has made quality a top priority, not just for the attractions, which of course require special attention, but for the entire site.
In a sneak preview to the European press on 21 and 22 June, Disneyland Paris unveiled to the European press its new universe dedicated to the movie Ratatouille. It is the largest development of the destination since The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.
No one wants to spend precious park time waiting in line. That’s why Disney is constantly looking for ways to provide real-time information and improve wait times at attractions. The FASTPASS® system was introduced in 2000 for Indiana Jones™ and the Temple of Peril and gradually extended to some of the most popular attractions.
Walt Disney’s words and wisdom live on at Disneyland® Paris. With 500 different jobs, 15,000 employees and 22 years of exceptional service, Disneyland Paris works hard to create unforgettable experiences for 15 million guests each year. And in order to continue to do so, we add new talent to our teams each season, recruiting an average of 8,000 new employees per year.
Sylvie Bracquemond, Senior Manager, Human Resources, Social Policies Disneyland Paris at Disneyland Paris, presents the company’s commitment to recruiting people with disabilities and ensuring accessibility and retention.
Disneyland Paris partners with the ‘Challenge du Monde des Grandes Ecoles et Universités’ – the World Academic Sport Challenge
Part athletic competition, part recruiting event, each year the World Academic Sport Challenge brings students and companies together to meet and compete. Ever in search of promising talent, Disneyland® Paris served as a partner in this fun and innovative event for the second year in a row.
Lancement de la construction de Villages Nature, nouvelle destination éco-touristique d’envergure européenne
La société Les Villages Nature de Val d’Europe S.A.S filiale commune à parité des groupes Euro Disney S.C.A et Pierre & Vacances-Center Parcs annonce le démarrage des travaux de construction de la première tranche de la phase 1 de Villages Nature, avec une ouverture prévisionnelle au public en 2016
On May 19, 1994, a curious procession made its way across Disneyland® Park: a 300-meter long paper dragon carried by 500 people stretched from the train plaza to Sleeping Beauty’s Castle to celebrate the inauguration of the Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy TGV station. The first train departed on May 29.