The Disneyland Paris Hotel is a hotel at Disneyland Paris, by which it is marketed as its most prestigious and priced accordingly. With its clapboard and trim styled in a palette of creams and pinks, octagonal and Mansard roofs with dormera, a Mickey Mouse clock tower, wraparound porches and goldleaf finishes, it is designed to loosely recreate opulent Victorian hotels which emerged in the United States around the end of the 19th century, mainly its Queen Anne and Second Empire varieties.
The hotel is located over the entrance of the Disneyland Park and thus provides many rooms and public areas with a view of the park. Its ground floor contains the park's 42 ticket booths and turnstiles as well as private lifts which provide entry to guests of the Castle Club; the wing of the hotel that houses its most expensive rooms and suites.
The Disneyland Hotel was co-designed by Walt Disney Imagineering, by which all of Disney's theme parks are developed. Particularly it was the team that designed the park's Main Street, U.S.A. that was assigned to the job of creating a hotel that would be harmonious with its surroundings, as it was deemed an integral part of the park. Imagineering cooperated with U.S.-based architecture firm Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo on the project.
The hotel opened with the Euro Disney Resort in April 1992.
- California Grill
- East Plaza Shop & West Plaza Shop
- Main Street Lounge
- Fantasia Cafe