Disneyland Paris adds even more guest experience

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]With the opening of the new Halloween season, the famous attraction, inspired by the Twilight Zone universe, will offer a new, permanent experience for guests, for even more surprises and thrills!

Not just an experience but several

Once past the familiar corridors of the hotel, plunging directly into the disturbing atmosphere of a Twilight Zone episode, guests of the Hollywood Tower Hotel will embark in one of the elevator shafts … to live new stories, embellished with updated sound and visual effects, all punctuated by new and more impressive drop sequences than ever before! These alternative scenarios will “drop” the guests into the heart of the story, and will feature an iconic character already present in the attraction.

With several experiences and an even more immersive story, the attraction will attract longtime fans who will rediscover it, as well as a new generation of guests. “At Disneyland Paris, we regularly want to reinvent the guest experience to continue to surprise them and bring them new thrills and emotions. We look forward to unveiling the new drop sequences and effects at the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, which will create memorable and terrifying memories for guests of the Hollywood Tower Hotel, “said Bjorn Heerwagen, Show Design & Production Director for Walt Disney Imagineering.

Drop in if you dare, on September 28!

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The environmental labeling of Disneyland Paris hotels

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]This initiative, supported and supervised by the “Ministère de la Transition Ecologique et Solidaire” and ADEME (Agence de l’Environnement et de la Maîtrise de l’Énergie), aims to better inform consumers.

The eco-friendly label, whose notation goes from “A” to “E”, represents an improvement process throughout which hotels voluntarily commit themselves to limiting the environmental impacts of a hotel night stay with breakfast.

It’s a triple “A” for Disneyland Paris: the Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne, the Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe and the Disney’s Davy Crockett Range for their environmental label!

The Disney’s Sequoia Lodge and the Disney’s Hotel Newport Bay Club obtained the excellent score of “B”.

The marks are awarded according to the following indicators:

  • Impact on climate (greenhouse gas emissions)
  • Consumption of unsustainable resources
  • Water consumption
  • Organic product or eco-label part in provision
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