DISNEY’S MAGIC RETURNS TO PARIS

Europe’s most famous entertainment park, Disneyland Paris, reopens its doors to the public from June 17. A limited number of daily guests, strict health safety measures, flexible booking, a re-themed Hotel New York and new attractions are on the menu.

Disneyland Paris confirms that it will welcome guests back from June 17. The park’s management confirms that most of the facilities will be fully operational (some are however under renovation such as the Sleeping Beauty Castle).

Reopening includes Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disney’s Newport Bay Club Hotel and Disney Village. Iconic attractions, beloved Disney characters, fan-favourite experiences and tasty treats will again thrill the visitors.

Disneyland Paris’s newest attraction will be the Cars ROAD TRIP that will welcome guests for the very first time at reopening. Transported into a Cars-themed version of a road trip on Route 66, visitors will discover local natural wonders like The World’s Largest Lugnut and the Cars-tastrophe Canyon, while encountering popular characters such as Lightning McQueen and Mater – making Walt Disney Studios Park the place where Cars and Pixar dreams come to life.

Another much expected event is is the reopening of the Hotel New York-Art of Marvel, the world’s first hotel entirely dedicated to Marvel artworks. With more than 350 pieces of art on display spanning both comics and movies created by more than 110 artists from Europe and beyond – including about 50 exclusive pieces – it will be one of the largest publicly viewable Marvel collections in the world. 

In parallel to the Hotel New York, the Disney’s Newport Bay Club is also open to the public from June 17. The Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne will again welcome guests on July 1 and Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch from July 13, subject to the continued evolution of the health situation. The reopening dates of the Sequoia Lodge Hotel and Hotel Santa Fe will be announced at a later time. Disneyland Hotel remains closed for refurbishment until further notice.

Advance booking is compulsory

Spontaneous visits will not be possible for the time being. As the park will offer a limited number of tickets available each day, guests – including Annual Pass holders – must register on the reservation system and obtain a ticket for park entry prior to arrival.

Guests who already have a dated ticket do not need to register and reserve a date. Likewise, visitors with packages that include park admittance will receive admission for the duration of their stay and do not need to use the system.

Dated tickets also offer flexibility as they can be cancelled up to 3 days prior to visit date. Disneyland Paris worked on commercial solutions which should provide the Park guests with full peace of mind.

Current booking conditions allow flexibility on packages and include cancellations and modifications without fees for stays in Disney Hotels anytime up until seven days before the arrival date (excluding insurance and/or travel fees) as well as the possibility to pay in several instalment without fee. Specific details are available on the park’s website.

Although most of the attractions and activities are open again, Disneyland Paris management reminds visitors that some experiences, shows or events will not be available or may be modified depending on the evolution of the safety and sanitary measures and recommendations from public authorities. Guests should visit the website for the most recent updates.

Official website: https://www.disneylandparis.com/

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