In addition to the Disney Hotels, which are in close proximity to Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios and the Disney Village, there are several other hotels in the nearby Val de France area and in the Val d'Europe area that are connected to the resort and are the official partner hotels of Disneyland Paris. An exclusive and free shuttle service connects the hotels with the rest of the resort's facilities, making transportation pretty easy.
The majority of these partner hotels were opened between 2003 and 2004, and further hotels were added in the following years until 2016, so that there are currently eight official Disneyland Paris partner hotels. All partner hotels, which by the way were called Selected Hotels for a while, are managed by external operators, who, however, have to comply with some rules set by Disney. Each of these hotels has a specific thematic design, which can be found in and on the building. In addition, there is the free shuttle already mentioned. Also, depending on the hotel, there are other facilities that will make your stay even more magical. In many of the partner hotels there is a small Disney shop and the free Disney shopping service can also be used. There is usually a restaurant and bar, and in some hotels there is also a pool and gym.
These are the Disney Partner Hotels
- Adagio Marne-la-Vallée Val d'Europe
- B&B Hotel
- Hotel Campanille
- Hotel Dream Castle
- Hotel l'Elysée
- Hotel Explorers
- Hotel Magic Circus
- Hotel Radisson Blu
As with the Disney Hotels, the official Disney Partner Hotels have different categories (two to four stars) so that everyone can find an appropriate roof over their heads. A major difference to the Disney Hotels is that these hotels can all be booked separately, i.e. directly through the operator or the operating company. So you have the choice whether you want to book it as part of a classic Disneyland Paris package or just book a room. Five of these hotels are located at Val de France, the other three at Val d'Europe - both areas are only a few minutes away from the heart of the magic and offer an ideal starting point for exploring the Disney Parks or Paris and the surrounding areas.