Planning a trip to Disneyland Paris? I’ve got the best Disneyland Paris hotels to suit all tastes and budgets, including Disney properties, motels and self-catering options.
I have visited Disneyland Paris on a few occasions, but with new hotels opening all the time, and others being reimagined, I felt it was important to get some advice from Ireland’s largest Disneyland Paris Community for this post. The Disneyland Paris Tips for Irish team are regular visitors to the parks, and offer advice and tips to their Instagram followers. They gave me their top picks of the best Disneyland Paris Hotels below, with options to suit all tastes and budgets, both on-site and close by.
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All Disney hotel stays include park admission, and come with a host of benefits including access to Disney’s meal plans, and early magic time – which allows you visit the parks one hour before anyone else.
I have also listed some partner hotels and nearby properties for those looking for good value options, or prefer to not to be immersed in Disney 24/7! However, it is important to note that park tickets are not included in partner hotels, but can be purchased separately.
Best Disneyland Paris Hotels for luxury, teens and Marvel fans
1. Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel ****
Avengers fans… assemble! Step into this immersive superhero experience, that also happens to be a place to sleep! This four-star hotel reopened in 2021 after a complete refurbishment.
Hotel guests can exclusively meet Spiderman in the superhero station, or grab a drink in the Bleeker Street Lounge or Skyline Bar, where you might see an Avenger flying past the digital windows! Dining options include the fabulous Downtown Buffet restaurant and Manhattan restaurant.
Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel is located at the entrance to Disney Village and only five minutes walk to the parks. This is currently the most premium Disney hotel on-site, (the 5-Star Disneyland is currently closed for renovation), and boasts indoor and outdoor pools, a sauna and steam room.
With over 350 pieces of Marvel Art adorning the hotel’s walls, look no further than this hotel for a super experience fit for heroes young and old.
2. Disney’s Newport Bay Club ****
Set sail on this nautical themed four-star hotel where Mickey and friends regularly visit in their sailor themed outfits. Located on the opposite end of Lake Buena Vista to Hotel New York, a 15 minute walk along the lake through Disney Village will leave you at the entrance to the parks.
Dining options include the fish-based Cape Cod buffet restaurant, and you can enjoy a swim in the indoor pool or heated outdoor pool after a hard day on your feet.
The Newport Bay is a huge hotel so you can bag a good deal if you book early. TOP TIP Lake view rooms face the fireworks at nighttime – you don’t get the full firework experience, but its a truly magical sight from a mile away.
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3. Disney’s Sequoia Lodge ***
Enjoy a woodland retreat in this three-star Bambi themed hotel that is located just 15 minutes walk to the parks. Meet Mickey and friends in their forest outfits, before enjoying a hearty feast in the Hunter’s Grill or a relaxing drink in the Redwood Bar.
Currently undergoing facade improvements throughout 2022, this all-rounder hotel can be booked at great prices, sometimes even cheaper than Disney’s budget hotels. Indoor and outdoor pools have just reopened after repair in May 2022 and regular visitors rave about the cosy wood-burning fireplace in the lobby.
TOP TIP: Price the Golden Forest Club Level rooms for that extra bit of luxury. This offers a VIP lounge with free snacks and closer proximity to amenities. Other four-star hotels also have Club Level rooms, but prices are slightly more accessible at Sequoia Lodge.
4. Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne ***
Howdy Partner! After a long day at the parks, rest and reboot in the Wild West themed Hotel Cheyenne. Just a short five minute shuttle bus ride, or a leisurely twenty-minute riverside stroll will see you in the heart of the action.
Nicely appointed and budget friendly, the Toy Story inspired rooms are located in aptly named buildings situated either close to the facilities of the main building, or nearer to the Rio Grande river walk. Little ones can enjoy an indoor play area, character meet and greets, as well as pony rides during the summer months.
The Big Kids can chill with a cool beverage in the Red Garter Saloon after a delicious buffet meal in the Chuck Wagon restaurant. This popular buffet offers a variety of barbecue and Asian dishes, alongside the old reliables of pizza, pasta and nuggets – an ideal option for the little ones, or if you have picky eaters in your party.
If you need a quick caffeine fix or breakfast on the go, there’s also a Starbucks situated next to the General Store (for all your snack and last minute souvenir requirements) in the main building. Please note that the upper floor rooms at the Hotel Cheyenne are not suitable for guests with mobility issues as there is no lift.
Best Disneyland Paris Hotel for value
5. Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe **
Get your kicks on Route 66 at Hotel Santa Fé! Set in American SouthWest Pueblo style buildings; join Lightning McQueen and his friends in your Cars themed room. This two-star budget-friendly option, boasts an indoor play area that little ones will love, as well as character meet and greets.
Grown-ups can relax with a cocktail in the Rio Grande Bar, and the whole family can dine at the all-you-can-eat buffet of Tex-Mex and international food, at La Cantina restaurant.
Grab a snack or a coffee at Starbucks or find some last minute souvenirs in the Trading Post boutique. You’re just a 20 minute stroll or a 5 minute shuttle bus ride to the Parks and Village.
Driving to Disney? No problem! Fill the tank at the conveniently located petrol station close to the entrance to the hotel…Ka-Chow!
Best Disneyland Paris Hotel for a large family
6. Disney’s Davy Crockett’s Ranch
Looking for more space and something different from your Disneyland Paris experience? Disney’s Davy Crockett’s Ranch boasts two-bedroomed cabins, with a double bed, three single beds and an additional pullout bed. There are two shower bathrooms, living room, a small kitchen and even decking with a BBQ.
Located 10 mins drive from Disneyland Paris, you will need to rent a car or drive your own to stay here – there is free parking at your cabin and at Disneyland Paris. The drive time from Paris Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports is 45 minutes and mostly motorway.
The entire cabin is often cheaper than one room at the Santa Fe, so this one of the best Disneyland hotels for families looking for value and space. All the regular benefits of staying in a Disney Hotel apply here too – extra magic hours, access to meal plans and general Disney magic.
Crockett’s Tavern is a lovely buffet restaurant on site. There’s even a sports bar, a small supermarket, tennis court, outdoor play areas, mini-golf and a climbing course in the forest, but by far the biggest draw to Davy Crockett’s Ranch is the fantastic pool area, with a waterfall, lazy river, water slides and hot tub.
This is a Disney holiday with a less frantic pace.
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7. Hotel B&B **
This two-star Disney partner hotel is a super choice for those looking to save a bit of money but still want a clean, quality hotel. Room types range from standard double up to family rooms with bunk beds that sleep up to five.
The value pricing means you could afford two rooms here compared to a Disney hotel. Although there is a quick service restaurant on site, the hotel B&B does what it says on the tin.
All bookings include a buffet continental breakfast that will set you up for a full day at the parks. There’s no frills here – no pool, no gym, no room keys (you get a code to enter), but if these are things you might not need, why pay for them?
Being a Disney partner hotel, the hotel is serviced by an official shuttle bus and has a small Disney store with merchandise and essential snacks for your stay. If you are looking for cheap Disneyland Paris hotels, look no further.
8. Radisson Blu Marne La Vallée Hotel ****
The recently renovated four-star Radisson Blu is a great option for those looking for a more premium hotel, backed up by a name that you can trust. Everything is a little more upmarket here, the rooms are more spacious and modern, while still making you feel cosy and relaxed.
Uniquely, this hotel is situated at what (up until very recently) was Golf Disneyland with three nine-hole golf courses. Disney has ceased running the facility directly but the Mickey Mouse putting green is still there!
This popular hotel boasts a heated swimming pool with a spa and fitness centre and a conference centre and meeting rooms. This Disney partner hotel also offers a free shuttle bus to the parks.
9. Hotel L’Eysée Val D’Europe ****
Location location location! This four-star boutique hotel is situated right at the entrance to the huge Val D’ Europe shopping complex – comprising of nearly 200 shops, around 30 restaurants, a day-spa, a mega supermarket, aquarium and village-style designer outlets.
You could almost forget that this is very nice hotel in its own right – there is a plush lobby, stylish rooms and great dining options. Being a Disney partner hotel, you also get the option of the free shuttle bus.
Active guests can walk to the Disneyland Parks in around 25 mins – this is a game changer to avoid the busy bus/taxi rush that takes place after parades and fireworks. The hotel is also right beside the RER train station, one stop away from Disneyland, and is also connected to Charles de Gaulle airport.
10. Relais Spa Val D’Europe Hotel ****
Proving that a trip to Disneyland Paris is not always about the kids (kids are still welcome), the four-star Relais Spa is an oasis of serene luxury right outside Disneyland Paris. Enjoy the pool, steam room, jacuzzi, sauna, gym or the vast array of spa treatments that will revive you after an active day at the Disneyland Parks.
If you are really going all-out, the hotel offers a five-star executive experience with private check-in, personal porter, chauffeur service, breakfast room service and chocolates.
This is not a partner hotel and therefore doesn’t offer a shuttle bus to the parks, however, the hotel is a brisk 25 min walk from the parks or one stop on the RER train line. The Val D’Europe shopping complex is also located around the corner.
I hope you enjoyed this post on the best Disneyland Paris hotels and it helps you with your travel plans. Descriptions and facilities are taken from hotel websites, but are subject to change. Some of the links in this post contain affiliate links, where I receive a small commission if a booking is made, but at no additional cost to you.
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