Immersion in the royal stories of Disneyland Hotel was made possible thanks to the work of the Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Imagineering Paris teams, combined with the excellence of French companies renowned for their expertise and know-how in a wide range of arts and crafts, including tapestry, carpentry, weaving, glassmaking, porcelain and champagne. More than 200 French and European companies took part
in the two-year reimagining.
Maison Pierre Mignon
The Maison Pierre Mignon, a 5-generations family champagne producer based close to Epernay (France), has been carefully chosen to produce the exclusive Disneyland Hotel Cuvée. Following a long line of winegrowers, this house has been making exceptional champagnes in the purest respect for tradition while embracing innovation. Alcohol abuse is dangerous for your health. Always drink responsibly.
Founded in 2009 by the renowned designer Julien Fournié, the Fashion House that bears his name is one of only 14 recognised as "Haute Couture" labels in the world. The silk square designed by Julien Fournié find their inspiration in the facades of the Disneyland Hotel and from the great Disney Classics. From the silk thread to the stitching and printing, this veritable objet d'art is designed and made entirely in France.
Tissage des Flandres
At the Royal Banquet, Disney's royal families take center stage in a gallery of unique portraits specially created for the Disneyland Hotel. Some take on an even more authentic form, like the family of Merida, from the Disney Pixar film Brave. To represent the DunBroch clan, Imagineers and artists at Pixar Studios drew direct inspiration from the film, set in medieval Scotland, to create a tapestry with a unique design. To bring their vision to life, Imagineers called on the expertise of the craftsmen at Tissage des Flandres. Located in the heart of the historic textile basin of Northern France, this workshop has been creating, weaving and making top-of-the-range tapestries for over 130 years.
Lyon-based Dutel, which has specialized in jacquard weaving for 85 years, helped the Disneyland Paris Entertainment teams create a fabric specially designed for Disneyland Hotel. This family-run business, which has been putting its undisputed expertise at the service of Europe's leading tourist destination since 2010, produced 4,000 meters of fabric for 27,777 costume pieces.