Disneyland Paris reopens with a Marvel comics-inspired hotel
Disneyland Paris is now open for business.
The park reopened on June 17 after a seven-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After France’s first national lockdown, the park reopened briefly in July 2020 before a second lockdown forced it to close on Oct. 29, 2020. Now, with enhanced health and safety guidelines in place, it’s ready to welcome visitors back.
With the reopening of the park comes new attractions to enhance the magic like Cars Road Trip. It replaces the Studio Tram Tour: Behind the Magic attraction, and reimagines the space in the theme of the “Cars” movies.
On the ride, visitors will hop aboard trams and go on a road trip, passing by various “Cars”-themed billboards and statues. The main part of the attraction is Cars-tastrophe Canyon, where a giant Dinoco truck can be seen in a canyon as various catastrophes occur.
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Next week, Disney’s Hotel New York — The Art of Marvel will open up. The four-star hotel is designed like a metropolitan hotel taken straight out of New York City. It will have the largest collection of Marvel artwork with over 350 works by 110 international artists.
Filled with trappings of a regular hotel, like a restaurant and bar, pool, gym, and spa, Disney’s Hotel New York — The Art of Marvel also offers unique Marvel-themed experiences for guests to enjoy like an immersive photography experience with Spider-Man and a design studio where kids can try their hand at being a comic book artist.
The hotel will have 471 superior rooms and 90 executive rooms in an urban, Manhattan style. Twenty-five suites will be decorated with artwork of superheroes including Spider-Man, The Avengers, and others.
Bookings for the hotel are open now.
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