Disneyland Paris: A Guide To Eat, Drink, and Adventure

Disneyland Paris: A Guide To Eat, Drink, and Adventure

Disneyland Paris: A Guide To Eat, Drink, and Adventure

Disneyland Paris, formerly Euro Disney Resort, is an entertainment resort in Chessy, France, a town located 32 km (20 mi) east of the centre of Paris. 

It encompasses two theme parks, many resort hotels, Disney Nature Resorts, a shopping, dining, and entertainment complex, and a golf course, in addition to several additional recreational and entertainment venues. 


Disneyland Paris was started in 1992. Many people have said that Disney does not have a unique brand, so you need to go on your own personal journey to find what makes their parks and resorts special. 

Disneyland Paris is worth visiting, especially if you have young children. They have a multitude of different themes and specialities that will satisfy a variety of guests. 

For children, are sure to find plenty of fun things to do, and may even be entertained for an entire day by all the attractions and shows.  

Disney has made no attempt to even pretend that the resort is anything other than a Mickey Mouse holiday theme park. 

This is great because the Disney theme is already familiar and very much part of the spirit of the resort.

Disney Parks

At the heart of Disneyland Paris is the famous Disneyland Park, a comprehensive amusement park for the whole family. 

Encompassing almost 1.5 million square feet, Disneyland Park is the second largest Disney park worldwide and features some of the most popular Disney attractions ever, including Pirates of the Caribbean, 

The Haunted Mansion, Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters, and Space Mountain. With over 8.5 million visitors annually, Disneyland Park is the second most visited theme park in Europe and the 10th most visited park worldwide. 

A replica of Main Street U.S.A., Disneyland Park houses over 20 themed lands, including The Haunted Mansion, Space Mountain, and Adventureland, as well as a total of 13 attractions.  

Adventureland  An authentic version of Main Street U.S.A.

Disneyland Park

Disneyland Park is the primary attraction at Disneyland Paris. Opened in 1992, it is located in Marne-la-Vallée, near the centre of the Disneyland Paris Resort. 

Located on a site covering three square kilometres (1.2 sq mi), Disneyland Park is the largest theme park at the resort and Europe's most popular theme park, with a target attendance of 5 million visitors in 2018.  

Disneyland Park is a unique joint venture between The Walt Disney Company and The Pinault Group. It is the second theme park to be developed by the Walt Disney Company, the first being Walt Disney Studios Park at Hong Kong Disneyland. 

Prior to its opening, Disneyland Park was known as Euro Disney Resort and held the name Euro Disney until 2012. 

The park is divided into four themed areas, which include Main Street U.S.

Walt Disney Studios Park

Walt Disney Studios Park is the largest theme park in the Disneyland Resort and the second-largest in Europe. The theme park was designed to resemble a French film studio, including interiors inspired by the Beaux-Arts classic movie palaces. 

The park’s first incarnation opened in 1994 as EuroDisney. It was an expensive failure and was the subject of a critical and commercial disaster, with poor reviews and disappointing attendance, leading the park to close in 2002. 

In 2003, it was revamped with a focus on more family-oriented entertainment and was given the name Disney Studios Park. 

The park has grown into the most popular in the Disneyland Resort, though it still has its detractors as a World’s Fair of its era.

Disney Hotels

Disney Hotels in the Disneyland Paris Resort are located throughout the resort:  Disney Village  Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland Paris  Disney Skyliner  Disney Monorail  Disney Days Hotel  Disney's Hotel New York at Disneyland Paris  Disney's Port Orleans French Quarter  Disney Springs  Disney Cruise Line  Golf Courses  Disney Isle Paris  Disney's Hotel New York at Disneyland Paris  About Euro Disney S.A.S.  

European theme park resort operator Euro Disney S.A.S., located in Chessy, France, opened the doors to Disneyland Paris in 1992 and Euro Disney Resort two years later. 

The resort boasts a total area of roughly 140 hectares (370 acres). In the fiscal year 2017, the resort generated approximately 5.5 billion euros in revenues.

Disneyland Hotel 

The Disneyland Hotel, or the Beau Rivage, located in a key central spot in Disneyland Paris, features a timeless French theme that includes everything from the Louis XV furnishings and brass fixtures to the lobby bar's stunning art deco chandeliers. 

The hotel features 259 suites as well as the Grand Suite Disney, a 1,237 sq ft (120 sq m) master bedroom that is ideal for accommodating families. 

In addition to accommodations for overnight guests, the Disneyland Hotel is also a popular choice for groups looking for private rooms to host events and meetings.  

Disneyland Park  The Disneyland Park at Disneyland Paris has continued to evolve throughout the years while remaining true to its beginnings as an actual theme park.

Walt Disney Hotel New York 

Building overview  The Walt Disney's Hotel New York was opened on March 17, 1954, as part of the Disney resort complex. 

It was the first hotel of the resort complex and its Main Street exterior can be found in Disneyland Paris. 

While on-site, the Disneyland Hotel sold (and continues to sell) souvenirs and sundries, food and beverages, and featured the original 

Main Street Screen which played various Disney features such as Fantasia on a large continuous loop on their floor-to-ceiling, Main Street, U.S.A., screens.

Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch 

In 2015, Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch opened next to Disneyland Park. Although aimed at families, guests are welcome to come for meals as there is no age limit. 

There is also a mainstage performance venue, as well as an outdoor theatre for movie screenings.  Despicable Me Minion Mayhem  

There is also a three-stage Minions-themed entertainment venue that opened in March 2016, where your family can embark on a thrilling, multi-sensory, fan-driven adventure.  

ADVERTISEMENT  Disney's Bob Iger  A further seasonal attraction, which opened in September 2016 and called 'Walt Disney: One Man's Dream', was a large-scale musical show which was based on Walt Disney's famous 1977 farewell speech and featuring narration by actor Kevin Costner.

Disney Nature Resorts and Water Parks at Disneyland Paris 

The resorts were opened between 2000 and 2008 and were purchased by The Walt Disney Company from a group of private investors in 2014. 

The original two resorts, ESPN Land and Disney Village, were developed by the Las Vegas-based Clermont Group. Both parks occupy the location of Les Terrasses de l'Europe, a themed shopping and entertainment complex that was previously known as the Disneyland Shopping Centre. 

The Main Street and River Steam elements of the original Disney resort were preserved, and a number of additional attractions were added. ESPN Land and Disney Village are now known as Disneynature and Leisureland respectively. 

Both parks incorporate nature-based themes and activities, but the resorts are geared more towards family guests than the original Disney park.

Dining at the Disneyland Resort Paris 

If you have time to visit the Disneyland Paris Resort during the day, then you may want to save some of your free time for dining at Disney resorts on-site. 

The resort’s restaurants are concentrated on one floor of the Walt Disney Grand Hotel and Resort and include the Bistro Café Restaurant at the Grand Hotel, the Disneyland Paris Tourist Information Centre Restaurant in the same building, the Cantina, Roy Disney’s Canteen, Le Village Bakery, and California Pizza Kitchen in the Disney Village building.  

Disneyland Paris also has a signature restaurant called Café New York and offers a unique menu including burgers, steaks, salmon and caviar along with a variety of international salads, sandwiches, and mains.

Shopping and Entertainment at the Disneyland Resort Paris

The entire resort is enhanced by dedicated areas dedicated to retail and amusement activities. 

Disney Village sells merchandise that is exclusive to the resort; Disney Studio Tour is a live theatrical production (modelled on the 

Disney Imagineering studio tours); the Disney Gallery sells fine art, toys, model kits, and limited edition collectables; and the Walt 

Disney Gallery contains original concept artwork for some of Disney’s most notable theme park attractions, such as It’s a Small World and the Dumbo Ride. 

All three have special shows throughout the day, with the Disney Gallery also occasionally hosting special retail sales, giveaways, and other events.  All three shops also have bars and restaurant seating, allowing guests to dine while shopping.

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