About Disneyland® Paris


Disneyland Paris has grown with its guests to become Europe’s number one tourist destination. Today Disneyland Paris is a multi-day resort offering two world-class theme parks, seven themed Disney hotels and Villages Nature Paris, a 27-hole golf course, the Disney Village® entertainment complex, and Europe’s largest integrated corporate events venue.

Management team

The Management Committee defines and implements the overall Group strategy. It is an international management team endowed with a solid expertise.

Key Figures



The Resort

·#1 tourist destination in Europe

· 2 theme parks, 54 attractions

· 7 Disney Hotels

· 2 Convention centers

· Disney Village

· 75 Food & Beverage facilities

· 1st TGV hub

Convention Centers

Convention Centers

· 2 Convention Centers

· 3 conference rooms

· 95 meeting rooms

· more than 500 events per year

· 18,000 m² of event space ready to welcome events of all sizes

Disneyland Park

Disneyland Park

· 12 April 1992

· 50 hectares

· 40 attractions

· 30 Food & Beverage facilities

· 35 shops

Disney Village

Disney Village

· Largest entertainement complex of Ile-de-France

· 14 Food & Beverage facilities

· 8 shops

· 15 screen multiplex

Walt Disney Studios Park

Walt Disney Studios Park

· 16 March 2002

· 25 hectares

· 13 attractions

· 12 Food & Beverage facilities

· 10 shops



· 1st TGV Hub, offering the highest number of interconnections in France reaching all French cities and many European cities



· 7 Disney Hotels

· 6 Partner Hotels

· 19 Food & Beverage facilities


Cast Members

Cast Members

· 18,000 Cast Members

· 84% of our employees have a permanent contract (CDI)

· 500 different jobs



· 124 nationalities

· 20 spoken languages

· 5,87% of our employees have disabilities

Training & mobility

Training & mobility

· In 2020, we delivered 306,750 hours of training

· 78% of Cast Members became managers through internal promotions




· Disneyland Paris welcomed 193,000 guests with disabilities and special needs in a one-year period starting October 2022



· More than 1,000 Disney VoluntEARS

· 8000 volunteering hours every year

· 40 000 sick children visited in 500 hospitals across France and in Europe since 1991

· More than 20 000 wishes of children granted since 1992



· 1st European theme park to have its own water treatment station

· 2 million m3 of drinking water saved since 2013 since our wastewater treatment plant

· 890 fewer tons of CO2 per year by 2023 thanks to our solar canopy plant
· 724,000kWh produced from 2,000 tons of restaurant biowaste


Contribution to the French economy

Contribution to the French economy*

· 84.5 billion euros in added value to the French economy and 8.8 billion euros paid in taxes in France since 1992

· Disneyland Paris generates 63,000 direct, indirect, and induced jobs**

· 6% of France’s tourism revenues since 1992

**Source: SETEC Survey 1992-2020
**in 2019



· 9.1 billion euros invested since 1992

· 2 billion euros are being invested in a multi-year expansion plan, including the transformation of Walt Disney Studios® Park, adding three new areas and starting with the opening of Avengers Campus in 2022

Val d'Europe

Val d'Europe

· 36,000 jobs

· 36,000 residents

· 3,9% average annual job creation rate in Val d’Europe

Cast Experience

"You can dream, create, design and build the most wonderful place in the world, but it requires people to make the dream a reality." - Walt Disney

Making dreams come true is a real job

The company owes its success to its ability to find and develop a variety of talents, called Cast Members. To bring to life the Disneyland Paris magic, the company counts on the commitment and expertise of more than 18,000 Cast Members from 123 different nationalities, speaking 20 languages and filling in 500 job classification. A group of men and women work together to create exceptional, magical experiences for every guest daily. The diversity of this team is an asset and an engine of creativity.

Disneyland Paris puts diversity and professional equality at the heart of its human resources policy. Gender equality, the hiring of older workers, recent graduates, people with disabilities, and access to job opportunities for the long-term unemployed are an integral part of this policy.

Euro Disney Club

The Euro Disney Club brings together former shareholders of Euro Disney S.C.A. who meet the General Terms and Conditions.

Euro Disney S.C.A. shares were subject to a Tender Offer in June 2017, followed by a mandatory withdrawal offer from The Walt Disney Company. The Offer was published by the AMF (Autorité des Marchés Financiers [French Financial Markets Authority]) in an information leaflet on 10 May 2017 under number 17-186, pursuant to the conformity decision made on 9 May 2017. You will find this note on the AMF website (www.amf-france.org).

Real estate Development

Real Estate Development by Euro Disney is the property division of the Euro Disney group in charge of tourism and urban development for the Val d'Europe area. 

The result of a unique cooperation in France, signed on March 24, 1987, Val d’Europe is part of a public interest project which aims to achieve the combined development – over 2,118 hectares – of Europe's number one tourist destination, Disneyland Paris, and the territory surrounding Val d'Europe as a dynamic urban and economic center.

Val d'Europe is now a major economic hub that places quality of life at the heart of its strategy through a sustainable urbanization approach. Its approach to living and working, combined with one of the most attractive commercial offers in Europe, make it a compelling destination.

Closely connected to Paris by the RER railway network and soon the Transilien line, Val d'Europe is also home to France's leading TGV hub which connects to all major French cities and many European centers. The Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport is only 10 minutes away (by TGV), with more than 30 round trips per day connecting Val d'Europe to further destinations. With its optimal accessibility and quality of life, more than 7,600 companies have already chosen to settle in Val d'Europe since 2004.

The Real Estate Development by Euro Disney team, with a staff of around 50, assists companies in setting up their businesses, from real estate needs to welcoming employees and their families. It provides the services of developers, urban planners, architects, engineers and experts in sustainable development and communication to meet the needs of any company.

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Disneyland Paris Event Group

Disneyland® Paris Event Group is the division in charge of imagining, organizing and hosting events at Disneyland® Paris. Designed to serve the thriving events industry, it creates unforgettable customized experiences with two tailored brands that combine the art of Disney storytelling with all the assets of an integrated destination.

Disneyland® Paris has been creating and hosting professional events, relying on the power of Disney storytelling and a dedicated team of event experts. Building on this expertise, it created new successful proprietary events positioning Disneyland® Paris as both a major event venue and producer.

Now, Disneyland Paris Event Group gathers a team of 200 creative and passionate professionals who imagine, host and produce unforgettable events in Disneyland Paris’ spectacular theme parks and dedicated spaces. They provide our core audiences and new segments with immersive, creative and innovative experiences through our two brands:

Business Solutions by Disneyland® Paris: the brand dedicated to business tourism and professional events: conventions, exhibitions, park privatisations and team activities.

Live Events by Disneyland® Paris: the brand which brings Disney stories, park seasons and audiences’ passions to life through not-to-be-missed events.

Our raison d’être: create the unexpected and bring emotion to life.

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Official partners

We have signed official partnership agreements with 15 companies to date: Coca-Cola, Pandora, Unilever, Bel, Mars, Avis, EDF, Lavazza, Orange, Nestlé Waters, Lay’s, Sodexo, Citizen, Heinz and Beyond Meat.

Ambassador Program

In 1965, when Disneyland celebrated its tencennial in California, Walt Disney had the will to create a legacy program named the “Disney Ambassador Program.” Since then, the tradition continues in all Disney Resorts around the world.

Walt Disney was involved in several monumental projects and was overwhelmed with requests for personal appearances and to host special guests. He decided to appoint a spokesperson to serve as the official representative of all Disneyland Cast Members. Tour Guide Julie Reihm was selected by Walt Disney himself to serve as the first official Ambassador.

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