There are many routes you can take to Disneyland Paris Resort by train. The train station at Disneyland Paris is called Marne-Le-Vallee Chessy. This station is located next to the disney village and just seconds away from the security checkpoint that leads to the parks. The bus stops for the free hotel transfers are just to the side of the station so it does not take long to get to your hotel from the station. Continue reading Disneyland Paris by Train
The promo ads run on British TV have given the impression that by visiting Disney Studios Park at the Disneyland Paris Resort you will be transported to a galaxy far far away. Media shows the #FaceTheForce as a way to share your experiences with the rest of the galaxy. Continue reading Season of the Force review at Disneyland Paris
Disney is just over a month away from starting its 25th Birthday celebrations. Like everyone who hits their mid twenties, they begin to reflect and think what they are going to do better this year. While the new Maleficant parade dragon is stealing the headlines the new hotel arrangements have gone under the radar. The end of complimentary breakfast. Continue reading Santa Fe breakfast review
You wake up after your first sleep in at your Disney hotel and you are faced with your first dilema of the trip, Extra Magic Hours or sleep in?
To encourage people to stay on site, Disney open one of their parks 2 hours earlier and restrict access to a limited number of people. As a hotel guest you can feel like a VIP and enter the park while others look on envious. Continue reading Extra Sleep or Extra Magic Hours?
The hotel Santa Fe at the Disneyland Resort Paris is one of Disney’s budget hotels, although the word budget may be misleading. Disney labels this hotel as a ‘value resort’ and when you compare the cost of this hotel with the more premium options within the Disney resort this location does offer great value. The hotel is Pixar’s Cars themed. Previous to this it was a mexican themed hotel. Continue reading Hotel Santa Fe Disneyland Resort Paris Review