With creatively themed lodging options including a dazzling Manhattan-style hotel, a New England seaside resort of the 1900s and a colourful town from America’s Old West, the hotels of Disneyland Paris offer something for every taste and budget – from “value” to “deluxe”. Each of the hotels at Disneyland Paris is themed to tell a story – of adventure, romance or elegance in another time and place. Each has its own distinctive architecture and design. And each offers comfort and convenience for guests of the Resort. There are six Disneyland Paris hotels plus the large Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch wilderness retreat. The Victorian elegance of the luxury-class Disneyland Hotel, the relaxed woodland setting of the moderate Disney’s Sequoia Lodge and the American Southwest atmosphere of the value Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe, are just a few of the options. In 2011, at the dawn of its 20th Anniversary celebration, Disneyland Paris wanted to restore all the magic to its seven themed hotels and launched a major renovation project for its 5,800 rooms, spanning several years. Disneyland Paris has put its heart into being able to offer its guests an unrivalled experience. Amongst the first renovation work to be carried out was Disney’s Sequoia Lodge which now includes a whole new superior level of accommodation: the Golden Forest Club. Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe now proudly features the colours of the animated film, Cars. Guests already seem to love the recent renovations (+ 9 points for Disney's Sequoia Lodge and + 8 points for Disney's Hotel Santa Fe in the latest satisfaction surveys), and Disneyland Paris is now getting ready to renovate its largest hotel: Disney’s Newport Bay Club. Quality and comfort levels will be improved and the 1,100 rooms will be decorated to reflect the hotel's nautical theme. Disneyland Hotel (Prestige deluxe hotel) This Victorian palace built over the entrance of Disneyland Park is the ultimate Disney hospitality experience, offering guests a return to the days of grand hotels and opulent lifestyles. It includes 496 luxurious rooms including The Castle Club on two privatised floors with its 18 suites and 51 rooms (some rooms even offer a unique view of Sleeping Beauty Castle!). Amenities include an indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, a fitness room with sauna, and steam bath. The luxurious Disneyland Hotel also treats its guests with an elegant and state-of-the- art spa: The Celestia Spa offers hotel guests the ultimate choice in beauty treatments to enhance wellbeing, inner peace and happiness. The hotel has two restaurants: the buffet restaurant Inventions, and the award-winning California Grill table-service restaurant, serving Continental cuisine, both of which overlook Main Street, U.S.A. and a cocktail bar, Café Fantasia, with décor inspired by Fantasia (1940). The hotel also includes a boutique featuring Disneyland Paris merchandise plus luxury and collector’s items, a children’s play area, video and arcade games, free internet connection, 24-hour room service and valet parking. The lovable Disney Characters get up close for photos and autographs every day before the breakfast welcome point. Guests can also have dinner in the dazzling company of guest stars: the Disney Characters at Inventions and during the traditional Disneyland Hotel themed Sunday Brunches. Disney’s Hotel New York (deluxe hotel) Designed by noted architect Michael Graves, Disney’s New York Hotel resembles a stylized version of the Manhattan skyline and the exclusive homes and apartments of New York’s fashionable East Side. The interior design of Disney’s Hotel New York reflects the Art Deco style of 1930s America and the Pop-Art culture of the 1970s. It includes witty visual references to “the great American pastime” – baseball – and to New York’s reputation as “The Big Apple”. In the deluxe 565-room hotel, the Empire State Club offers 34 premium rooms and suites with higher standards of quality and comfort located on the 6, 7 & 8 upper floors, with the private Empire State Lounge. Amenities include indoor and outdoor swimming pools (when weather allows), an eco-friendly open-air skating rink reminiscent of Rockefeller Center outside the Hotel’s lakeside entrance, lighted outdoor tennis courts, a health club with exercise room, steam room and sauna, whirlpool, hairdressing salon, video games room, 24-hour room service, baby-sitting service, free internet connection and concierge. The hotel has also a chic Midtown bar, New York City Bar, and two restaurants: the Parkside Diner international buffet and the table-service Manhattan Restaurant, which serves cosmopolitan gourmet food and offers upscale dining in a circular dining room reminiscent of New York’s jazz clubs of the 1930s. The elegance follows through to the 5,000-square-meter New York Coliseum Convention Center, reached by way of a corridor modeled on the Manhattan subway. The Convention Center has two fully equipped conference halls and 55 meeting rooms. Disney’s Newport Bay Club (moderate hotel) A tribute by architect Robert A.M. Stern to the relaxed, elegant seaside resorts in New England at the turn of the 20th century, Disney’s Newport Bay Club has the atmosphere of a sailing club, with a large veranda, slate roofs and brightly striped awnings. The lakefront hotel has 1,100-rooms including the Admiral's Floor (comprising rooms and suites, offering accommodations with separate check-in, tea & coffee facilities, luggage service, concierge and room service). Amenities include indoor and outdoor swimming pools; a health club with sauna, whirlpool, exercise room, video games room, a kid’s corner area and free internet connection. The hotel has one themed bar, the Fisherman’s Wharf, and two restaurants: the Cape Cod Restaurant featuring an international buffet, and a table-service restaurant in the Yacht Club, styled as an elegant establishment serving seafood and “surf & turf”. The lovable Disney Characters also get up close for meet ‘n’ greet and for photo opportunities. Disney’s Newport Bay Club also includes a 5,500-square-meter Convention Center offering spacious meeting rooms. Disney’s Sequoia Lodge (moderate hotel) French architect Antoine Grumbach was inspired by the Arts and Crafts style lodges of American national parks for his design of Disney’s Sequoia Lodge featuring stone and wood accents, parquet floors and gigantic chimney. Surrounded by giant sequoias and other beautifully themed landscaping, the hotel has 1,011-rooms (some in independent buildings called Lodges) including the Golden Forest Club (comprising 124 rooms and suites in the main building, offering exclusive services such as a private and personalized reception, luggage service, private Lounge in the afternoon). Facilities include an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, whirlpool and a health club with sauna, free internet connection, children corner and the Redwood Bar and Lounge surrounding a huge stone chimney. Dining is buffet style in Hunter’s Grill and table service in Beaver Creek® Tavern. Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne (value hotel) Imagine waking up in the Wild West, just like the setting of a Western movie! The Hollywood image of the American cowboy inspired Robert A.M. Stern’s design for Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne. The hotel features streets lined with board sidewalks and two-storey wooden buildings named after famous Old West personalities (e.g. Calamity Jane, Wild Bill Hickok) and landmarks like the blacksmith’s shop, the boarding house and the laundry. The 1,000-room hotel is popular for families with children, offering many rooms with double bed and bunk beds. Amenities reflect the cowboy movie theme: there’s a children’s play area (seasonal) in a mini pioneer fort with lookout tower (no access), an Indian village, pony rides (seasonal), the Red Garter Saloon with country music (on certain days) and the Chuck Wagon Cafe with western-style fare including “the best barbecue this side (the FAR side) of the Rio Grande.” Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe (value hotel) Architect Antoine Predock’s roots in his native New Mexico are clearly on display in his design for this desert-themed 1,000-room hotel which salutes the dawn of the “family drive” era in the mid-20th Century, when Americans were taking their automobiles on the road to discover their country. Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe resembles a stop in the American Southwest along Route 66, with adobe-style pueblos and, at the entrance, a drive-in theatre screen permanently displaying Lightning McQueen & Sally, heroes of Disney•Pixar film Cars. The hotel features the Pow-wow video games room, La Cantina, a restaurant with an all-you-can-eat buffet offering European cuisine specialties and the Rio Grande Bar. Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch (home away from home) Nestled in 57 hectares of forest and designed like a frontier “trapper village”, Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch is a destination in its own right. It is open not only to Disneyland Paris guests but to families in search of relaxation in a wilderness retreat. Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch features 595 fully equipped log cabins that accommodate up to six. Just 15 minutes drive from the Disney Parks and Disney Village, the retreat features a general store, a saloon and Crockett’s Tavern for American fare – or you can cook your own meals in your cabin or on the barbecue. An indoor swimming pool with a waterfall and slide, tennis, basketball, archery and hiking trails inspired by the tracks Davy Crocket might have followed on a hunting trek make the ranch an ideal family getaway. The Ranch also features Davy Crockett Adventure, an exploration trail featuring swings, trapezes, rope bridges and ladders. The ranch is a self-drive destination, but guests have free access to Guest Parking at the Disney Parks.