Discovering our Hotels

a unique Disney holiday experience
at Disneyland® Paris

A stay in one of the Disney Hotels at Disneyland® Paris is an opportunity to extend the magic of the Parks to our dreams.
Places full of adventure, joy and wonder - each of them is a universe offering unique experiences as well as exclusive benefits.

Since 2012, four Disney® hotels have been refurbished as part of a massive renovation plan to improve the guest experience by immersing them even more in the Disney stories they love. In 2017, Disneyland® Paris, in collaboration with the Pierre & Vacances Group, opened Villages Nature® Paris by Center Parcs, an eco-tourism destination based on the theme of Man and Nature.

Seven Disney Hotels

Villages Nature® Paris
by Center Parcs

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Disney Newport
Bay Club

Designed by architect Robert A.M. Stern as a homage to the relaxed atmosphere of the elegant New England seaside resorts of the early 20th century and completely refurbished in 2016, Disney Newport Bay Club® has a sailing club ambiance, with subtle references to Mickey’s ocean-going adventures. Standing on the Disney Lake, the hotel has 1,093 guest rooms, including the Compass Club premium offering – high-end guest rooms and suites with exclusive services such as private personalised welcome, baggage service and private Lounge. Hotel facilities include an indoor and outdoor pool, fitness centre with sauna, jacuzzi and sports facilities and free Wi-Fi. The hotel has a themed bar – the Captain’s Quarters – and two restaurants – the Cape Cod offering an international buffet and the Yacht Club with elegant décor and a more refined menu. Disney Newport Bay Club® also boasts a 5,500m² conference centre* with large meeting rooms. 


Winner of TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice 2018** 

According to our guests, Disney Newport Bay Club® is one of the best hotels in France for a luxury romantic break 

** Also winner in 2017. 

Disney Sequoia Lodge®

With its exposed stonework, beams, wood floors and an imposing fireplace, Disney Sequoia Lodge® is rather like a chalet you might find in a National Park in the USA – French architect Antoine Grumbach took his inspiration from their Arts and Crafts style. Surrounded by giant sequoias in an amazing landscaped park, this hotel with 1,010 guest rooms referencing the movie Bambi (some in separate buildings called Lodges) introduced a superior accommodation offering – the Golden Forest Clubin April 2013. With 120 completely refurbished guest rooms and suites in the main building, it offers exclusive services such as private personalised reception, baggage porters and access to the private Golden Forest Lounge. 


The hotel offers guests an indoor and outdoor pool, jacuzzi, fitness centre with sauna, games area for kids, free Wi-Fi and a bar – the Redwood Bar and Lounge – designed around a huge stone fireplace. For dinner, guests can enjoy an international buffet at Hunter’s Grill. 


Winner of TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice 2018** 

According to our guests, Disney Sequoia Lodge is one of the best hotels in France for a break in a warm and cosy atmosphere 

** Also winner in 2017. 

Disney Hotel Cheyenne

Robert A.M. Stern took his inspiration from the archetypal Hollywood movie cowboy for the design of Disney Hotel Cheyenne®. Completely refurbished in 2017, the guest rooms are decorated with a nod to Woody and Jessie from the Toy Story movie by Disney/Pixar. The hotel is a bit like a town, with streets edged by wooden sidewalks and two-story wooden buildings bearing the names of famous Wild West characters (Calamity Jane, Wild Bill Hickok, etc.) and signs like Blacksmith’s, boarding house and laundry.

Disney Hotel Santa Fe®

The architect Antoine Predock clearly took his inspiration from his native New Mexico when he dreamed up this desert-themed hotel with 1,000 rooms. Refurbished in 2012, Disney Hotel Santa Fe® celebrates the landscapes of the American South West and the world of the Cars movie by Disney/Pixar. The iconic figures of Flash McQueen and Martin from the Disney/Pixar movie are detailed in the room decor and a poster featuring Flash McQueen and Sally is a permanent reference to drive-in movies at the entrance. The hotel has a restaurant called La Cantina, offering a Mexican-style buffet with the ambiance of a Santa Fe market. Guests can kick back with a cocktail afterwards at the Rio Grande Bar. 

Disney Davy Crockett Ranch

Nestling in 57 hectares of forest and designed like a village of Wild West trappers with décor inspired by Mickey the trapper, Disney Davy Crockett Ranch® is a destination like no other. It’s not just for people going to our Parcs Disney, but also for families looking to relax in a natural setting. Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch has 584 fully-equipped wooden bungalows for up to six people. It’s just 15 minutes by car to our Parcs Disney and Disney Village, and guests will find a general food store – Crockett’s Tavern, a folksy buffet restaurant – and Crockett’s Saloon, a bar that a trapper would feel at home in. Guests can also cook their own meals in the bungalow’s kitchen or on the barbecue. The indoor pool with waterfall and river, covered tennis court, mini-golf(1) and jogging trail make Disney Davy Crockett Ranch® the ideal family destination. Guests need to get themselves to the ranch but they have free access to the Parcs Disney car park. 



Winner of TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2018 

According to our guests, Disney Davy Crockett Ranch® is one of the best hotels in France for big families to get away from it all 

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Villages Nature Paris

Villages Nature Paris is a unique Europe-wide holiday destination that’s perfect for short-term and longer breaks. The theme is the quest for harmony between Man and Nature. Just a few minutes from Disneyland Paris, it encourages guests to explore the local area through an amazing range of unique experiences in a natural landscape shaped and tended by the hand of Man. 

Joe Rohde (Senior Vice President Walt Disney Imagineering) and Thierry Huau (landscape architect and planner) were in charge of the artistic direction for all aspects of Villages Nature Paris.  

The architectural design of the dwellings – by Jean de Gastines – is based on a symbiosis between buildings and plants, interwoven to form a whole. There are three types of apartment: Cocon VIP, Country Premium for 4 and Country Premium for 6. 


Covering 120 hectares when it opened, Villages Nature Paris has lots of different places to explore, have fun and relax in five different universes across the site: 

  • The Aqualagon – designed by architect Jacques Ferrier – is the destination’s emblematic feature. Consisting of 2,500m² of outdoor lagoon with water heated to 30°C for swimming all year round, one of the biggest covered aquatic zones in Europe at 9,000m² and 7 water slides, the pyramid-shaped structure is accessed by a walkway winding round to the top, offering a panoramic view of Villages Nature Paris and the surrounding area  
  • BelleVie Farm, designed by architect Lionel de Segonzac, covers 2.6 hectares and offers an authentic immersive experience of life on a farm, featuring a vegetable garden, cows, ponies, goats, farmyard animals and themed/educational workshops(1) 
  • The Extraordinary gardens, created by Thierry Huau over 2 hectares and celebrating the 4 natural elements: Earth, Fire, Air and Water. Planted with species selected to ensure flowering all-year round, guided routes help guests explore the gardens – for both fun and relaxation 
  • The Forest of legends is a wooded area of 2.5 hectares specially for children aged 2 to 12, a forest full of fun and magic 
  • The Lakeside Promenade is the beating heart of Villages Nature Paris, where guests can take a stroll and visit the Nature et Découvertes, Franprix, Swind, Chez Meunier and Les Petits Chaperons Rouges stores and PUR and Cépages, Vapiano restaurants, etc. 


Villages Nature Paris supports a global strategy unique in the tourism sector, based on a Plan d’Action Durable (PAD) [Sustainable Action Plan] with ten goals derived from One Planet Living created by the ONG Bioregional. The PAD focuses on the site’s ecological footprint, social and economic balance, raising awareness of local heritage and cultural wealth, applying quantitative and qualitative objectives for all phases of design, construction and operation 

The commitment of Villages Nature Paris to sustainable development is recognised by the UNEP under the Partenariat Mondial pour le Tourisme Durable [Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism] 

Deep thermal energy (from 1,900m below ground) supplies 100% of the heating and hot water for all of the site’s buildings and facilities. This sustainable and renewable form of energy doesn’t generate greenhouse gas. 


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