Hotels

The resort surrounding Disneyland Paris has many hotels to pick from. The whole area is almost dedicated to the theme parks and we’re hoping to give you a rough guide to help pick suitable accommodation.

Onsite Main Hotels

These hotels are run and managed by Disneyland Paris and feature many of the same features such as an official Disney Shop, a Disney Bar, a Disney Theme and a Disney Bus service to and from the parks.

– Santa Fe
– Cheyenne
– Sequoia Lodge
– Newport Bay
– New York
– Disneyland Hotel

Onsite Nature Hotels

These hotels have a slightly different ownership structure but are considered official hotels by the Disneyland Paris resort and can be booked direct through the official websites.

The Davy Crocket Ranch does not have a bus service between the resort and the parks. The Villages Nature resort does have a paid bus service between Disney and the Resort.

– Davy Crocket Ranch
– Villages Nature

Offsite – Magne Le Hongre

These hotels function as official partner hotels to Disneyland Paris and share a bus service that leaves and arrives at the same bus station as the official hotels. It is walkable although its a long walk and is generally not done.

– B&B at Disneyland Paris
– Explorers Hotel
– Dream Castle
– Magic Circus
– Kyriad at Disneyland Paris

Offsite – Val D’Europe

These hotels are on the outer rim of the whole resort and are usually not listed as official partner hotels however trade to and from them is usually predominantly to and from Disneyland Paris. They each have different bus arrangements but in general there is a usually a form of free shuttle available to each. You will also find AirBnB listings for here for Disneyland Paris.

– L’Elysee
– Sejours and Affaires Rive Gauche
– ibis budget
– ibis
– Adagio
– HiPark
– Relais Spa

Others

These hotels are spread out around the resort general area and are noted if they make special accommodation for the parks.

– Radisson Blu