You may have read my Guide to Disneyland Paris and, if you did, you’ll know that I stayed in the New York Hotel. While Disneyland isn’t the cheapest weekend, paying that little bit extra on a Disney hotel is worth it. If you’re not convinced, we have a few reasons to change your mind…
Disneyland Park Tickets
When you book a Disneyland Paris hotel, your entrance to the park is included in the price, which often makes it seem more expensive. If you’re going to Disneyland for 2 nights, 3 days worth of park tickets are included.
If you choose to stay in a Disney hotel, chances are you’ll also get to avail of special offers.
You’re in the Park
All the Disney hotels are located in the Disney Village part of the park so you’re only a short stroll to Walt Disney Studios and the main Disney Park. You don’t have to waste time waiting for transfers and if you want a mid-afternoon power nap, your hotel is less than 5mins away.
It would be almost impossible to spend a weekend in Disneyland and not buy something, especially if you’re there with kids. If you buy anything inside the park, no matter how big or small, you can get it delivered to your hotel for free. Instead of carrying and minding extra bags throughout the day, just arrive at your hotel’s shop around 8pm to pick your purchases. How fab!
Extra Magic Hour
This is one of the biggest perks in my eyes. The parks open at 10am to the public, but, if you’re staying in a Disney hotel, you can enter the park and get a headstart on the rides from 8.30am! This is a great time to go on the most popular rides and to start using your Fastpass.
There are 6 Disney hotels to choose from and each has a unique theme. From the Route 66 inspired Sante Fe to the Wild West-inspired Cheyenne hotel and the nautical themed Newport Bay Club. You really get the full Disney experience for the duration of your holiday.
These are the Disney hotels that Click&Go currently offer:
- 2* Santa Fe Hotel
- 2* Cheyenne Hotel
- 3* Sequoia Lodge
- 4* Disney’s New York The Art of Marvel
- 4* Newport Bay Club
- 5* Disneyland Hotel
Also, if you want to meet characters, they’re regularly in the hotels so you can tick them off your list without having to wait in a really long queue. I lost count of the number of times I saw Goofy over 3 days!
Have any questions about the Disney hotels in Disneyland Paris? Let us know!