Resort Hotel Prices

The following nightly rates are for bed & breakfast only (i.e. without park admission). Prices include VAT but not local French taxes (FFr 7 per person per night Hotel Tax). Half-board and full-board options are also available. Magic Kingdom Club discount (American, Japanese and Gold Cards only) is available on room and package rates, plus there are also discounts for Annual Plus passholders.

 Disneyland Paris Resort Hotel Prices 

Room Type
(prices in FFr)

High
Season

Shoulder
Season

Value
Season

Disneyland Hotel

Standard

2,270

1,950

1,600

Park View

2,770

2,450

2,100

Disneyland Hotel, Castle Club

Standard View

3,020

2,700

2,350

Park View

3,520

3,200

2,850

Junior Suite

4,050

4,050

4,050

Tinkerbell Suite

5,350

5,350

5,350

Waltís Apartment

7,700

7,700

7,700

Cinderella Suite

14,000

13,200

13,200

Sleeping Beauty Suite

19,000

18,200

18,200

Hotel New York

Standard

1,420

1,200

1,000

Lake View

1,620

1,400

1,200

Suites

3,200 to 11,200

Newport Bay Club

Standard

1,180

1,035

885

Lake View

1,380

1,235

1,085

Newport Bay Club, Admiralís Floor

Standard

1,380

1,235

1,085

Lake view

1,580

1,435

1,285

Suites

1,580 to 2,680

Sequoia Lodge

Standard

1,060

905

760

Lake View

1,260

1,105

960

Suites

2,280

2,125

1,980

Hotel Cheyenne

Standard

925

760

615

Hotel Santa Fe

Standard

780

660

515

Davy Crockett Ranch

4-person Cabin

850

650

425

6-person Cabin

910

710

485

Caravan Site

400

400

400

Value Season: Autumn, Winter and early Spring weekdays (excluding holiday periods)
Shoulder Season: Late Spring & early Summer weekdays (excluding holiday periods)
Peak Season: Fridays & Saturdays, plus July, August & holiday periods (Xmas and Easter)
Millennium holiday dates: These are specially priced and are mostly booked up now

There are also a range of Special Break packages available which include unlimited theme park entry for the duration of your visit - e.g. one night/two days, two nights/three days, etc. The pricing system for packages is somewhat complex, with five price bands based on the date of the start of your stay and varying rates depending on how many people are occupying a room. The bands largely follow the main hotel seasonal structure, with any packages starting on a Saturday night being slightly more expensive. However, do not assume that a package deal will offer you better value for money than booking your rooms and passports separately. In fact, it can be more expensive to book a package - especially if you are visiting off-peak when the shorter hours will gain you little from having access to the park on both your arrival and departure dates.

The "Disneyland Paris Direct" booking offices seem unwilling to offer their guests room-only rates, insisting on selling you full packages instead. If you do require room-only rates, contact the Central Reservations Office in France directly to make your booking.