This week we were given a sneak peak of what Disneyland Paris has planned for the next couple of years. Here are three big reveals…
Disney’s Hotel New York - The Art of Marvel
This will be the first hotel in the word dedicated to Marvel. Celebrating 80 years of storytelling in a typical New York-style setting, the hotel will showcase and celebrate the iconic art. Collaborating with more than 50 Marvel artists, there will be more than 300 artworks on display – including never-before-seen and exclusive pieces. Guests are invited to discover the iconic stories and characters of this epic universe, whilst enjoying entirely redesigned rooms with a modern feel. There will also be themed suites, superhero meet and greets and an area for kids to learn how to be a Marvel comic artist at the onsite Marvel Design Studio
Dining options will include the elegant Manhattan Restaurant, the laid back DowntownRestaurant, the upmarketSkylineBar and the trendy loft-styleLoungeBar.
The hotel is expected to open summer in 2020 with a booking window open from 5 November. Visit Disneyholidays.co.uk
New Frozen-themed attractions
For the first time in forever, Anna and Elsa will be able to immerse themselves in the Kingdom of Arendelle – a new dedicated area coming to Walt Disney Studios Park.As guests enter the fully immersive land, they will see the snow-capped mountains opposite a magnificent lake, a new castle, and an exciting new attraction that will take them to the centre of the Kingdom. There will also be a new meet and greet area, restaurant and shop.
Whilst we wait for this new land to be opened there will be a new Frozen interactive adventure opening on 17 November 2019 called Frozen: A Musical Invitation, where guests will be transported to the Kingdom of Arendelle and invited to play and interact with their favourite characters - including Olaf - over several stages.
From 11 January to 3 May 2020, there will be a new event called Frozen Celebration, with festivities including a brand new show four times a day and a new float in the Disney Stars on Parade, with all the costumes inspired by the second movie.
As recently announced, Walt Disney Studios Park will be home to a new Marvel-themed area called Avengers Campus. This new section will immerse guests in action-packed adventures, with incredible attractions, heroic encounters and new restaurants.
One of the highlights will be a Disney attraction dedicated to Spider-Man, which will give guests of all ages a taste of what it’s like to have superpowers - as they sling webs to help Spider-Man collect Spider-Bots that have run amok.