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Hotel New York



Click for a larger imageThe Hotel New York is themed in the style of a series of Midtown skyscrapers alongside typical New York brownstone and Gramercy Park houses, and has a real art-deco feel to it. The lobby is large and open, overlooking the Lake Disney watercourse, and immediately in front of the main hotel lobby are a series of formal pools and fountains, and an open-air ice skating rink, though it's not usually used during the summer months.

The hotel was designed by the American architect Michael Graves, also well known for having designed several of the Walt Disney World resort hotels in Florida.

Externally the hotel is decorated in terracotta, dove grey and soft salmon paint schemes, whilst internally the theming is carried down to the smallest detail. Generally the Hotel New York is more of an adult hotel than a family resort, and as well as families it caters specifically for the convention business (the hotel features the largest and most well equipped of any of the Disneyland Paris resort conference rooms).


The hotel rooms are spacious, and will comfortable house a family of four. Most feature two double beds, or one double bed and a sofa-bed. All of the rooms are decorated in an Art-Deco style, and feature En-Suite bathrooms, minibar (key available from reception), hair-dryer, telephone,a nd a large television with English speaking channels.

Room service is available at all times if required for an additional charge, and most rooms overlook paved plazas or shady gardens and tennis courts.

As with the Disneyland Hotel, the Hotel New York offers a Castle Club VIP service, with a range of luxurious suites, a provate lounge and additional privileges for an extra charge, although the Castle Club service at Hotel New York only operates during the summer months.




The Stock Exchange sells Disney branded merchandise, as well as New York souvenirs such as T-Shirts and designer clothes.


The Manhattan restaurant is open for dinner in the evening, with a sumptuous menu, whilst the Parkside Diner servestypical New York fare, along side International cuisine, in a 1930's American themed environment.

The New York City bar serves a large range of cocktails, beers, spirits and wines in a relaxing atmoshere.


The hotel's formal swimming pool is partly outdoors, and partly inside the main hotel building, located next door to the hotel's health club featuring a sauna, steam room, spa and gym. For a small extra charge guests can also use the solarium, massage parlour and tennis courts.



Check in / out

The earliest check-in time at Hotel New York is 13:30 PM local time, with the latest check-out time being 11:00 AM local time.

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 New York resort is located approximately 5 minutes walk from the theme park. 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.


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