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3 Disney Hotel Renovation Projects You Should Know About

Written by Archer Travel Service - March 15 at 11:21 AM

Disneyland Hotel in Paris – Disneyland Paris The iconic Disneyland Hotel in Paris is currently undergoing an extensive reimagining, set to unveil its new look on January 25, 2024. The overarching goal of this thematic overhaul is to transport families into a royal realm where everyone can revel in the magic of being kings and queens. Disney has stated on that they intend to offer their “future guests a new luxury concept interwoven with beloved royal Disney Characters both classic and new.”Stepping into the hotel lobby, visitors will find themselves immersed in a magnificent castle library, reminiscent of the one in “Beauty and the Beast.” Throughout this library, ornate bookstands will showcase 15 beloved Disney fairytales. Hanging from the ceiling will be a resplendent chandelier displaying the Sleeping Beauty Castle nestled amongst crystals resembling magic sparkles. Alongside new royal decor, the hotel will have new themed cast members, including royal greeters and actors from La Troupe Royal Disney engaging guests in storytelling experiences. The dining experience at the hotel will also have a new upgrade with a royal banquet inspired by grand reception halls in castles, where guests can expect to see classic Disney characters like Mickey and Minnie Mouse in royal raiment greeting diners.In terms of accommodations, the immersive royal storytelling experience will accompany guests from sunrise to sunset with two types of regular accommodations. The superior-class bedrooms are in powdered blues and ivory. In these bedrooms will be small but delightful storytelling details such as a Cinderella-inspired “jewelry” box to store hotel snacks and drinks and gold mirrors decorated in trailing vines to represent Tangled. Deluxe bedrooms will have soft gold and purple reds. Deluxe guests will have exclusive access to the new deluxe lounge, which can be thought of as an extension of the deluxe bedroom experience.Nestled within the castle itself, is a luxury hotel within a hotel option called Castle Club for those seeking luxury accommodations. With Castle Club, guests can enjoy a private check-in and private elevator. This exclusive hotel experience boasts signature 16 suites that celebrate 5 classic Disney stories: Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Beauty And The Beast, Tangled, and Frozen. There will also be two exceptional jewel suites: the Princely Suites celebrating Beauty and the Beast, and the Ultimate Suite which celebrates Frozen. Paradise Pier Hotel – Disneyland Anaheim In 2022, Disney made an exciting announcement that they are transforming Anaheim Disneyland’s Paradise Pier Hotel into Pixar Place Hotel. The renaming and retheming initiative is a testament to Disney’s commitment to provide more immersive entertainment for Pixar fans. Guests can view the ongoing renovation progress by visiting the new Crush’s Surfin’ Slide and Nemo’s Voce Splash Pad. Guests can expect to see more Pixar art on the walls in the upcoming year. The hotel also promises to open a new flagship restaurant, called The Great Maple, a modern American eatery. Currently, Disney states that all hotel changes will be completed this winter. As part of this transformation, some facilities, such as guest laundry amenities and the fitness center, are temporarily unavailable. However, guests need not worry, as they are invited to make use of the superb laundry and fitness facilities at the nearby Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. Grand Floridian – Disney World Florida The Grand Floridian Hotel, a beacon of refinement and Victorian elegance, has been a longstanding favorite amongst Disney vacationers for over 30 years. As a result, when Disney announced they were doing refurbishments to the Grand Floridian in 2022, many fans were anxious about the extent of the changes that would be done to the hotel. Rest assured, Disney does not plan on drastically altering the traditional Victorian feel of the Grand Floridian lobby but instead intends to enhance the luxurious feel that is already present and focus more on refurbishing guest rooms. Bob Chapek finds the current design at the Grand Floridian to be subpar in comparison to the Four Seasons resort. Though Bob Chapek stepped down as CEO this year and was replaced by Robert A. Iger, the renovations will continue. If you want a preview of the new refurbishments, you can view them on the Disney parks Instagram.