If you're looking for a hotel within or nearby Disneyland Resort Paris, you'll find no lack of choice: the resort alone houses a large selection of hotels, each offering a different theme and suited to a range of budgets. If you're planning to take a more outdoorsy approach to your Disneyland Paris vacation, you can relax in a wood bungalow or swing in the trees at the Davy Crockett Ranch. With such a large selection of Disneyland Paris hotels available, even travelers with very particular needs or large families should be able to find accommodations that offer practicality and fun.
This four-star hotel is located just opposite the main entrance to the park and is the best choice if you're looking for a luxury vacation at Disneyland Paris. Amenities include an indoor pool and sauna, spa facilities, piano bar and two restaurants.
As the name suggests, this is a a New York City-themed hotel offering a metropolitan ambiance. A New-York style restaurant and private bar are among the amenities here.
This seaside resort-themed hotel is located on a man-made lake, and is designed to resemble a 19th-century New England resort. An outdoor swimming pool makes this an ideal choice for summer visits to Disneyland Paris.
Said to be inspired by American national parks, this rustic-style 2-star hotel is nestled among real sequoias and is located ten minutes away by foot from the entrance to Disneyland Paris parks. Indoor and outdoor pools and activity centers for kids make this hotel a good option for families with younger children, although it is located a bit further away from the park gates.
The Hotel Cheyenne is a Disneyland Resort Paris hotel themed on the Far American West. This 2-star property is a bit further out from the main park gates-- about 20 minutes on foot-- and has a bar and restaurant fashioned to resemble a far-west saloon.
Not far from the Hotel Cheyenne is another hotel inspired by the American West. Also 20 minutes on foot from the park gates, the Hotel Santa Fe is designed with the spirit of the New Mexico desert in mind, cacti and all. The hotel houses a buffet-style "Tex-Mex" restaurant and bar.