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Disneyland Paris Reopening
After being closed for several months, Disneyland Paris will begin welcoming guests back to their theme parks, Disney Village, and the Newport Bay Club hotel on July 15th. Below is a list of their updated health and safety guidelines that guests, and Cast Members will be required to follow during their visit.
Guidelines, Restrictions, and Safety Measures
The enchanting resort will be welcoming guests home in the coming weeks and we can’t wait! While it’s exciting to know that beloved attractions and delicious Disney foods are things we’ll be experiencing later this year, the reopening plan comes with new health and safety guidelines designed to protect all guests and Cast Members. From face coverings and social distancing, to elevated cleaning standards, there are several new measures guests can expect to encounter on their next visit to Disneyland Paris.
Health and Safety Measures
Disneyland Paris has updated their safety measures per French government guidelines including enhanced sanitation procedures, distance spacing, and screening. Disney is asking that all guests and cast members comply with following to be allowed to visit the Resorts and Parks:
- Appropriate face masks to be worn by all – To promote the health and safety of guests and Cast Members, guests ages eleven and older, all Cast Members and all third-party operators will be required to wear an appropriate face covering at all times except when eating.
- Alcohol-based hand sanitizing stations – More than 2,000 sanitizing and hand washing stations will be available throughout the resort, especially at the entrances and exit of each attraction, boutique, restaurant and theater.
- Enhanced cleaning procedures –Disneyland Paris will further increase the frequency of cleaning measures in addition to the standards of cleanliness already in place. Prior to reopening, the resort kitchens, sanitary facilities and attractions will undergo appropriate cleaning.
- Social Distancing – In attractions, the configuration of each ride including boarding will be adapted for physical distancing between groups or families. Single Rider and FASTPASS services will be unavailable.
Voluntary self-health screening
As the health and safety of guests and cast members is the top priority, Disneyland Paris is asking guests to participate in a voluntary self-health screening prior to a visit to Disneyland Paris.
- By visiting Disneyland Paris, you are confirming that you and all persons in your party:
- Are not experiencing any of the following symptoms of COVID-19:
- Fever (above 38°C/100.4°F) or chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Nausea or vomiting
- Have not been in contact with someone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 symptoms without completing a 14-day quarantine
- Are not under any self-quarantine orders
- Are not experiencing any of the following symptoms of COVID-19:
- Guests who cannot confirm all of the above criteria must not visit Disneyland Paris.
Disneyland Paris Parks
- Parc Disneyland and Walt Disney Studios Park will begin its phased reopening on July 15th.
- Ticket and package are now on sale on the resort’s website, Disneyland Paris call center and official travel partner channels, with a limited number of tickets available each day during the initial reopening phase.
- Ticket sales will not be available on site.
- As Disneyland Paris welcomes guests back to the magic the resort will debut a new online reservation system will be available in early July.
- To ensure admission, guests in possession of or buying non-dated tickets, (and Annual Pass holders) will need to register on this new online reservation system to obtain a reservation for park entry prior to their arrival.
- Guests who already have a dated ticket, do not need to register and reserve a date.
- Likewise, guests with packages that include park admittance will receive admission for the duration of their stay and do not need to use the new online reservation system.
Annual Pass Extension
- Disneyland Paris has sent email notifications to Annual Passholders announcing an extension of 123 days to each pass from the initial expiry date.
- As a special thank you, the Resort is giving APs a bonus 30 days for a total 153 day—just over 5 month—extension.
- Expiration dates have been automatically adjusted and can be checked via the online Annual Passholder platform.
- As Disneyland Paris welcomes guests back to the magic, a limited number of tickets will be available each day during the initial reopening.
- To help manage guests capacity, the Resort will debut a new online reservation system to secure Park entry in early July.
- Annual Pass holders will need to register on this new online reservation system to obtain a reservation for park entry prior to their arrival.
- Some pass benefits and features will not be available during periods of limited capacity.
- Park experiences and offerings will be modified and subject to limited availability or even closure.
- Annual passes are subject to blockout dates. Guests should ensure their pass type is valid for park entry prior to making a park reservation.
Disney has not yet announced which attractions will be open at each park, however they have noted some major changes
- Some attractions will not be available upon reopening, including:
- Disney Stars on Parade
- Disney Illuminations
- Meanwhile, the popular The Lion King: Rhythms of the Pride Lands and Jungle Book Jive will both return later in the summer
- In attractions, the configuration of each ride including boarding will be adapted for physical distancing between groups or families.
- Single Rider and FASTPASS services will be unavailable.
- During the phased reopening period, character meet and greets will not be available.
- However, characters will appear in the parks and Selfie Spots will be introduced.
Dining and FASTPASS
- With restaurant capacity being reduced, the parks will introduce a new Take-Away option so that guests can dine at outdoor locations.
- Additionally, buffet restaurants will move to a new all-you-can-eat table service akin to “family style dining.”
- Booking is highly recommended for all table service restaurants.
- FASTPASS services will be unavailable.
Disneyland Paris Resort Hotels
Disneyland Paris Resort is planning to reopen the Newport Bay Club hotel on July 15th, with additional resorts to be announced at a later date. As with all of Disney’s phased reopening plans, guests can expect new health and safety measures to be in effect at each location.
New Hotel Safety Measures
- Enhanced cleaning of all rooms prior to arrival
- Standard housekeeping throughout the length of stay.
- Increased cleaning and sanitization in high-traffic areas.
- New hand-sanitizing stations in key areas
- Physical distancing at restaurants, lobbies, pools, fitness centers and other public areas.
- Like Disney Village and the theme parks, face coverings are required when entering public areas outside of your room.
Disney Village will begin its phased reopening on July 15th. Guests will need to follow Disney’s health and safety guidelines which include wearing facial coverings at all times (guests 11 and older). Disney Village may be limited to a select number of locations operating at limited capacity and with limited hours.