Hotel Cheyenne is themed to resemble a small American frontier
town of the far west, typical of the towns depicted in various
Western films, and the cast members around the hotel join in with
various western outfits
The hotel buildings are set away from the main hotel
lobby area and are themed to resemble the typical buildings seen
in western towns, so you may end up staying in the "saloon",
the "hotel", or even the "jail". Scattered
among the hotel buildings are various indian teepees, and covered
wagons, which kids will love exploring.
The street lights in the town are shaped like gallows,
while the hotel features two children's play areas.
The town's main street, named Desperado Street runs
through the centre of the town, and is flanked on either side
by the hotel's residential buildings.
There are 1,000 rooms located in 14 residential buildings,
named after various Western characters such as:
||Billy the Kid
||Wild Bill Hickok
The closest buildings to the centrally located
hotel reception area are "Wild Bill Hickok", "Jesse
James", "Billy the Kid", "Sitting Bull",
and "Wyatt Earp". The two buildings "Sitting
Bull" and "Billy the Kid" are clustered around
the Fort Apache children's play area.
The rooms are relatively small compared to the
other more expensive hotels, and generally contain a single
double bed, with a bunk-bed as well, to cater for a room occupancy
of four people. Other in-room facilities include a mini-bar,
ensuite bathroom facilities, and a television with english speaking
channels. Approximately two thirds of the rooms have interconnecting
doors, though they can be locked if guests don't want to use
An In-Room baby sitting service is available if
required at an extra charge.
The price of the room usually includes a free
continental buffet-style breakfast. Other breakfast selections
are available at an extra charge.
The Neveda Game Room is a video arcade room, located
close to the General Store in the main hotel lobby. Games are
chargable, and carry a per-play cost.
The Fort Apache Playground and Indian Village will
provide endless hours of amusement for children.
The General Store is located in the main hotel lobby
area, and sells all kinds of toys, souvenirs, disney merchandise,
and a small selection of snack food and drinks.
The General Store is open from 08:00 AM until 23:00
Hotel Cheyenne doesn't feature any full service restaurants,
instead the Chuck Wagon Cafe is a self service food-court style
restaurant, featuring picnic-table style tables and bench seats.
Dishes are laid out on several stalls, themed to resemble a Texan
Inside the Chuck Wagon cafe, is a real covered wagon,
which again kids will love playing in.
There are no pools at the Hotel Cheyenne complex.
Disney Characters appear every morning at 08:30,
09:30, 10:30 and 11:30 in the main hotel lobby area.
Check in / out
The earliest check-in time at Hotel Cheyenne is 13:30
PM local time, with the latest check-out time being 11:00 AM local
Generally Disney prefer a credit-card imprint to
be left with the hotel's reception, which will be used to cover
any additional items that you charge to the room during your stay.
On checking into the hotel you are issued with a
Disneyland Paris ID card, which is valid up until 11:00 AM on
the day of departure. As well as being usable as a charge card,
the ID also provides access to the hotel swimming pool, health
club, theme park car park, and also provides access to the Hurricanes
night club at the Festival Disney area.
The Hotel Cheyenne resort is located approximately
15 minutes walk from the theme park, and is directly across the
Rio Grande river from the Hotel Santa Fe complex.
A Disney shuttle bus service is available that leaves
from the hotel's main reception, depositing guests close to the
theme park gates, though unless the bus is already waiting it's
probably quicker to walk, since there's a 3-4 minute walk to the
park from the bus' destination stop anyway.
77777 Marne-le-Valée cedex 4,
Tel: 01 60 45 62 00
Fax: 01 60 45 62 33