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Disneyland ® Paris Breaks
Disneyland ® Paris has been a family favourite for 24 years now. Not just for kids, Disneyland ® Paris is perfect for a romantic break or friends’ getaway and provides a magical experience for the young, and the young at heart.
About Disneyland ® Paris
With two different theme parks within the resort, Disneyland ® Paris offers a wide range of rides and rollercoasters – from flying Dumbo elephants for the little ones to thrilling rollercoasters for the adventure seekers. The resort also offers the Disney Village ® which includes a variety of dining, shopping and entertainment options - perfect for visiting in the evening.
Disneyland ® Paris Highlights
- Two theme parks in one place - Disneyland ® Paris Park and Walt Disney Studios ® Park
- Disney Village offers entertainment, dining and shopping until late
- Includes hotel stay in the park or nearby
- Only 30 minutes from Paris city centre
What Makes it Super
Disneyland ® Paris makes for the perfect trip away with the whole family.
Disneyland Paris Reviews
best looking disney park?
Stay Date: 06/2019, pault11_13 wrote this review.
probably the prettiest park, some different attraction to orlando. rode star tours 5 times and got 4 different stories not sure if other parks do this. brilliant castle, we had great weather so had a great time. better character interactions we found… See more
probably the prettiest park, some different attraction to orlando. rode star tours 5 times and got 4 different stories not sure if other parks do this. brilliant castle, we had great weather so had a great time. better character interactions we found in that european style we have.if you want to do disney stay in a disney hotel and in 2-3 days you can do both parks, we went mid june and could have done the parks in 1.5 days. some long queues just to see one princess? if you can afford it go to the auberge restaurant as we saw 4 and 2 mice! we still prefer magic kingdom as it is bigger with the american confidence and politeness, plus a weather is almost always fine, plus to be fair the crowds are also better behaved! Collapse
It used to be better
Stay Date: 06/2019, Kostis939 wrote this review.
This was my 4th visit to Disneyland Paris and my 3rd stay overall in one of the hotels inside the park. However, my last visit was around 20 years ago under different circumstances (at that time it was called “Euro Disney”, a name from Americans to A… See more
This was my 4th visit to Disneyland Paris and my 3rd stay overall in one of the hotels inside the park. However, my last visit was around 20 years ago under different circumstances (at that time it was called “Euro Disney”, a name from Americans to Americans who think Europe is a country, France is a state and Paris is something like the European version of the Big Apple. The name was a big fail but this is another story...). I got to know this park almost from its very early days, first as a teenager, later as a young adult in my early 20's, and now in my last visit I came as a parent with my 2 young kids, 3 and 5 years old. So my comparisons are between different times, seeing things under a different perspective and with different needs. I had very good memories from my 3 previous visits and a very positive overall impression from the park. Unfortunately after my last visit I cannot say the same, my feelings are more mixed now. The good thing is that Disneyland Paris is a very nice and well designed park offering many facilities, probably the biggest of its kind in Europe, with perfection to every little detail that gives you this fairy tale atmosphere. It is also very well maintained and even 27 years after its opening it still looks like new. The main “Disneyland park” is divided into 5 different sub-areas (Main street USA, Frontierland, Adventureland, Fantasyland and Discoveryland) and for the most part it’s exactly the same as it was 27 years ago. Regarding the attractions, very few things have been changed in those years, most of the changes are found in Discoveryland but there is no any "extreme makeover" there, the concept is the same. Besides the main park there is the Hotel area, the “Village” area with bars and restaurants only and a second amusement park called “Disney Studios”. The first 2 are more or less the same, the later was new to me, it wasn't there 20 years ago and I can say it is a very nice addition. This was my first time at Disneyland Paris during summertime. My former visits were in winter and autumn. I never remembered the park being that crowded as I saw it this time, not even around Christmas time. It was everywhere packed, in all areas apart from the hotel zone. The hotels were fully booked but looked more relaxed than the rest of the park apart from the breakfast time. There were long cues in every attraction and waiting times usually varied between 20 and 60 or more minutes! That was insane! There was cues for hours even for just meeting and taking photos with the Disney's characters. The only time you could enjoy somehow the park with no stress was in the very early morning before 10.00 am, the time when the doors open for the visitors outside the hotels. After that time you had to cue for at least 20 minutes and being in a rush running quickly from one attraction to the other every time you see smaller cues before more people come. There is the Fast-pass option to avoid some cues though. However, you had to think how to plan your time with the Fast-passes. Practically if you have small kids and you are not that flexible with the times and not being able to move quickly from one side of the park to the other, Fast-passes in such a crowded park are not working that efficiently. In fact we weren't able to use them more than once per day. The cues were not only due to the very high demand. Many attractions ware closed for refurbishment, at least one in every sub-area. Plus the circle train that takes you quickly from one area to the other and would be very appreciated by my small kids, it was closed too. Not only that, but in addition there where no shows at all at Disneyland park and there was only one show running at Disney Studios park and only in the afternoon times. From my previous visits I remember nice and frequent shows in the theaters around the park with acrobatics, musicals etc.. Now nothing!, one of the theaters in Frontierland was closed for refurbishment, while the others where empty with no shows. Those shows do not only offer a very pleasant break from jumping from one ride to the other, but also help other attractions to be freed from crowd. Also the morning parade I remember from the past does not take place anymore. There is only one parade during the day in the afternoon and this is the only time you see the cues getting a bit smaller. I need to mention that Paris weather in summertime is awful! Over the 4 days of our stay, we had a lot of rain, wind and cold almost every single day, and the weather was changing every hour, sun, rain, sun again etc. I don’t think I saw much difference compared to my previous visits in autumn. Another reason I wish they still had the indoor shows, is for staying inside more time and avoiding this ugly Paris weather. Other negative things I noticed now as a father, is that the park has almost no playgrounds. There was only a very basic playground, the “Pocahontas village”. Another also small playground I saw next to the pirate ship was closed. Small kids get easily tired from jumping from one passive attraction to the other, they need some interaction and they enjoy playing with other kids too. Such interacting attractions like playgrounds help a lot to keep their interest alive. From this point of view and despite what this Micky Mouse hype suggests, the park is in fact not that good for small kids under the age of 7-8. The interesting attractions for small kids are very limited while some supposedly made for them, like the "Pinocchio" and the "Snow White" are very dated and not fun at all for them (my 3 year old son was in fact a bit scared there). The very few of those that small kids enjoy to ride more than once, like the Carousel and the "Casey Jr. le Petit Train du Cirque" was impossible to reach for most of the time due to the extreme long cues. My favorite attraction from the past was always the "Big Thunder Mountain Railroad" and it still is. My 5 year old daughter also enjoyed a few rides, but we had of course to use our fast-passes or to be very early in the morning there to do so. Another new to me attraction I liked a lot was "The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror" at Disney Studios park and surprisingly this was not that crowded as other attractions. I think those 2 are my favorites. At Disney Studios, 7 out of the 17 attractions were closed! so again for most of the rests cues were ridiculous. Overall I liked the new attractions in this park, at least those I manage to visit (we didn’t get the chance to visit "Crush's Coaster", waiting time was always more than 30min even in early morning). As I mentioned above, I do not think that Disneyland Paris is the ideal amusement park for small kids below the age of 7. I also don't think it is that interesting for teenagers and young adults either, those who like big roller coasters and other extreme attractions. Attractions like the "Indiana Jones" and the "Space Mountain" make you more dizzy rather than increase your adrenaline. I have been to parks with more and much more fun to ride roller coasters, like PortAventura in Spain and Europapark in Germany for example. There are definitely better parks for young people than Disneyland Paris. I think the main target group of this park is people in the age of 30’s+, those who are nostalgic to their childhood, rather than small kids or teenagers. And the park is full of couples in that age, you see them wearing Micky Mouse ears and taking photos with the characters. Another thing I should mention is the high prices at the restaurants. Some restaurants are nice in terms of environment, but definitely overpriced and the quality is way below the French standards for food; for the standards of the German, British and American cuisine maybe it is ok but still extremely expensive if you do not have the half or the full board along with your hotel. And even if you have this option or if you don’t care about money, you still have to make reservations weeks or months in advance in order to get a table for most of the restaurants. That’s ridiculous, how can you know in advance your mood and your appetite for every single day of your stay??? You are on vacations after all, and there is no better thing on holidays than doing things spontaneously, choosing where to eat and what to eat depending on where you are and how you feel each time! There are some affordable fast food places though that no need any reservation, but again you pay more than what you get. Another big difference I noticed compared to 20 years ago was in the products available in the stores inside the park. I remember the stores even then didn’t have very attractive prices, but at least you could find some high quality souvenirs, like good quality Disney jerseys, American culture stuff like nice leather baseball gloves or wooden bats with the Disneyland logo, leather cowboy jackets, trousers etc. Now the stores are full of “Made in China” quality things you can find pretty much to every store outside the park and probably at better prices. Security has also been changed a lot in the park. In front of the train station there were fully armed commandos walking around, they looked like ready to go to the war! Between the hotels, the train/bus station and the theme parks there were airport type scanners to check you and your bags. There was a very strict control to get to the hotel as well. In the hotel parking security guys with dogs were checking every car getting in and there were rising columns in the parking’s entrance. Those things didn’t exist in the past. Before you were filling more familiar and relaxed moving around the park. I think this is because of those security check points, but there is no practical transportation between the parks and the hotels. There are buses that take you to the hotels but you have to walk all the way up to bus station, next to the metro station, to get them and then you may wait for long since they are not that frequent. It is much faster to walk directly to the hotel and the distance difference to the bus station is not that big. Last but not least my impressions from the hotel condition was not that great eather. We stayed at Sequoia Lodge and I have visited the same hotel in the past. It is a nice hotel, with beautiful design and indoor halls and outdoor areas around, and clean rooms. It is well maintained over those 27 years but is seams there was no deep renovation or modernization at all. It somehow travels you back to the early 90’s the time it was built. For example there are almost no plugs in the room to charge your mobile phones, tablets, camera batteries and other electronic devices. It is obvious that this hotel was designed in a time there were no mobile phones and when cameras were working with films. The TV is way too small and quiet obsolete for the today standards. The room is nice designed and spacious but it needs some modern touch to come to the year 2019. There were some maintenance works going in some halls end entrances of the hotel, I wonder why they have to do all those right in the high season when the place is fully booked... The swimming pool and the spa was under renovation and closed so again we couldn’t use them. The food was OK, to be honest better than I was expecting for a hotel buffet and this is the only option. The hotel has 2 restaurants inside but both offer exactly the same buffet choice. The breakfast could be better. During breakfast time the restaurants were overcrowded. To summarize, Disneyland Paris is a very beautiful and huge amusement park, with many attractions and facilities, but at least in summertime it has way too many visitors and many attractions are closed. The problem is not the park is not designed or doesn’t have the infrastructure to accommodate all these people. The problem is that the way the park operates and is maintained creates long waiting times in almost every attraction. So many closed attractions at the same time, no shows at the theaters and on the streets, closed swimming pools and other areas in the hotels, some closed restaurants etc. is simply unacceptable for the high season. I have the impression that there is an aggressive cost cutting compared to the past and this has notable impact to the visitor. And the park is still not cheap so aren’t the restaurants inside. Being a family with small kids in Disneyland I was expecting more relaxed holidays. It is not that we didn’t have fun, but we definitely had much more stress than I was expecting. I think for families with young kids there are better amusement parks in Europe. Collapse
Great but expensive
Stay Date: 06/2019, Traveller-Richard11 wrote this review.
Well, its Disneyland so it is an excellent experience. The kids absolutely love it. But it will cost you an arm and a leg to buy a drink anywhere. The DisneyStudio is also excellent.
Well, its Disneyland so it is an excellent experience. The kids absolutely love it. But it will cost you an arm and a leg to buy a drink anywhere. The DisneyStudio is also excellent. Collapse
Not worth it
Stay Date: 06/2019, Marj A wrote this review.
I have seen other Disney in other countries and I must say that this Disney Paris and Disney studios is over rated. Most of the major rides were close like 3 or 4 of them. I understand that they need to do maintenance, but they should make deduction … See more
I have seen other Disney in other countries and I must say that this Disney Paris and Disney studios is over rated. Most of the major rides were close like 3 or 4 of them. I understand that they need to do maintenance, but they should make deduction on the price of the ticket. We bought the ticket online which is 30% cheaper unlike when you buy directly there (it's cheaper but not because the major rides were close) . The parking cost was €30. There is a free fast pass too, but for some they have to pay for it, I don't know why and how. I suggest you buy ticket online, more practical and less hussle. Never ever buy food inside because it's sooo disappointing, it's expensive and not tasty, you may bring food and water inside, if only I knew, I would definitely will not buy food inside. I enjoyed 2 out of the many rides I tried. The only reason I enjoyed it's because I'm with my husband and the time we spent together is the only thing that matters to me. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2019, JM2359 wrote this review.
Half the park was closed for refurbishment which was NOT reflected in the price! Fast pass is very expensive and in some cases only covers one visit to 3 rides of your choice! Save your pennies and go Florida!
Half the park was closed for refurbishment which was NOT reflected in the price! Fast pass is very expensive and in some cases only covers one visit to 3 rides of your choice! Save your pennies and go Florida! Collapse
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