Who wants to hop on a plane with us and go to Paris?
Yep, we suddenly want to go to Disneyland Paris. First, we NEED to see a Disney park covered in SNOW because the photos from that event were PURE MAGIC. Of course, we also wouldn’t mind checking out the food there, too. However, what we REALLY want to do is book a stay at the reopened Disneyland Hotel, which recently got a ROYAL makeover. Now, we’re going to take you on a virtual tour of these princess-worthy rooms.
The Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland Paris is a five-star hotel that is completely inspired by Disney royalty. That royal experience starts the minute you step into the lobby, which is inspired by the libraries of famous French castles. There’s even a MASSIVE chandelier made of Bohemian crystal that represents Sleeping Beauty Castle. WHAAAT?! Look at that thing!
But the hotel’s new rooms are REALLY where you want to be. The 487 rooms and suites now have new interiors, decor, artwork, accents, and more, all inspired by Disney’s most beloved royal stories. If you have to have juuuuust the right pillow, each room offers SEVEN TYPES of pillows to choose from. WOW. A pillow menu — now that’s fancy!
The Superior Rooms offer a relaxing space done up in blues and silvers with exclusive artwork from Disney movies featuring royalty, including Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Princess and the Frog, Tangled, Frozen, Moana, and Raya and the Last Dragon. Each room features carefully chosen design elements to represent one of those films.
Deluxe Rooms go one step further and feature an illuminated canopy above the bed (SAY WHAT?!?!), as well as exclusive art “showcasing iconic moments from these Disney stories magically come to life with a special enchantment in the room.” Those staying in these rooms also get dedicated check-in and concierge services, as well as exclusive access to the Deluxe Lounge.
Stay in one of 41 Castle Club Rooms and get even more exclusive benefits and “enhanced magic.” These rooms offer a hotel-within-a-hotel experience and are located on the top two floors of the hotel. Each room has a private elevator and dedicated check-in. Guests staying in these rooms also have access to the Castle Club Lounge, which includes breakfast with Disney princesses.
As part of the Castle Club, there are 16 Signature Suites, a Princely Suite, and a Royal Suite. This is pretty much the PINACCLE of luxury at the hotel. Imagineers worked tirelessly with Walt Disney Animation Studios and local craftspeople to create a themed room experience with deluxe products and amenities like walk-in closets and spa bathtubs. Each suite has its own royal theme. There are Sleeping Beauty Signature Suites…
…Cinderella Signature Suites…
…Frozen Signature Suites…
…Rapunzel Signature Suites…
…and Beauty and the Beast Signature Suites.
You’ll also find a Princely Suite with “lavish baroque decor.”
When they say lavish, they are NOT kidding!
There’s even a Royal Frozen Suite inspired by Elsa’s ice castle. Just WOW.
Oh, and did we mention there’s an ice chandelier? This room is EXTRA, and we are here for it.
So, if you’re headed to Disneyland Paris, you may want to consider booking a stay at the most ROYAL Disney hotel ever created! Of course, it will also cost you royal prices. A stay here starts at around $1,450 per night for a superior room and runs up to around $3,700 per night for a signature suite. OUCH.
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