As part of a special panel celebrating 30 years of Disneyland Paris, the Imagineering teams from the European Disney Destination have revealed a brand new logo for the landmark Disneyland Hotel.
- Earlier today, a new logo for the Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland Paris was revealed by the Walt Disney Imagineering Paris teams during the "Celebrating 30 Years of Disneyland Paris with the Imagineers" conference.
- When the Disneyland Hotel reopens, the signature lodging of Disneyland Paris will have a royal theme and will become the realm of many Disney Princesses and Princes, with elegantly decorated rooms and suites inspired by animated classics such as Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, as well as the recent hits Tangled and Frozen.
- During the conference, designers and Imagineers Tony Baxter, Beth Clapperton, Tim Delaney, Tracy Eck, Björn Heerwagen, Sylvie Massara, Tom Morris, David Wilson and Tom Fitzgerald were on scene to discuss and reminisce about their time playing a key role in the development, creation and/or construction of Euro Disney, later known as Disneyland Paris.
- The special panel celebrates the 30 years of history of the Disneyland Paris resort, marking the first time many of these individuals have been on stage together since the park opened back in 1992. The panel discussion took place on stage at Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel’s convention center, where the group shared their stories and anecdotes about the creation and development of the park in front of a live audience of fans, enthusiasts, annual passholders, and cast members, as well as a live stream that can be replayed on the Disneyland Paris YouTube channel.
- Disneyland Hotel is currently being renovated to make it more magical than ever and enhance its impeccable 5-star service and unrivaled Disney hospitality, and with the new royal theme, guests can expect refined, storytelling decor and magical touches that will surprise and delight the whole family once the hotel reopens.
- While Disneyland Hotel is closed, guests can stay at the other Disneyland Paris hotels:
- Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel
- Disney’s Newport Bay Club
- Disney’s Sequoia Lodge
- Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne
- Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe
- Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch
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