Dedicated to Disneyland Paris Podcast Episode 45: The €1 Billion Recapitalisation

Dedicated to Disneyland Paris Podcast Episode 45: The €1 Billion Recapitalisation

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In this special episode we talk about the huge news of the €1 billion recapitalisation of Euro Disney S.C.A, how it will affect shareholders and what it means to Disneyland Paris going forward. We go through the reactions and questions from listeners, of which there was lots. Monday October 6th 2014 will go down in history as one of the big moments in the life of Disneyland Paris.

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As the founder of Dedicated to DLP Steve is a self confessed Disneyland Paris fanatic and has an unrivaled passion for the resort, its history and what makes it work. He has a particular love of Pirates of the Caribbean, which he often talks about as the host of the podcast and the weekly YouTube show.



2 Responses to “Dedicated to Disneyland Paris Podcast Episode 45: The €1 Billion Recapitalisation”

  1. Johnathan says:

    Hey Dedicated to DLP Team,

    This is actually my first episode of DDLP and I really enjoyed your show. You were both insightful and informative on this recent issue.

    I am from Los Angeles and have just visited DLP for the first time this July during my first trip to Europe. I am a regular visitor to Disneyland in California and have been to Walt Disney World on many occasions. Although DLP had some glaring maintenance issues, poor food quality (ironic for being in the middle of Paris) and mediocre cast member service, I still felt DLP was beyond impressive and I was dazzled by how it was truly the most beautifully designed Magic Kingdom park in the world.
    You are right Steve, Pirates in DLP IS amazing. As someone who treats Walt Disney’s original Pirates in DL in California as a place of almost holy ground, it was rather refreshing and exciting to experience a whole new version of this classic attraction. Same could be said about all the others like Phantom Manor, Big Thunder, Alice’s Curious Labyrinth (reinterpreted from Disneyland’s concepts and attraction) so much more. DLP was amazing and I plan to go back soon especially after DLP fixes some of these problems.
    With this recapitalisation, I am hopeful this will bring whole new like to the parks.
    If you ever need a Disney fan expert from the states to provide input on the podcast, please let me know.
    Thanks again for a great show.

  2. Geno says:

    I agree with the marketing being crap. As for getting uk visitors through the gates I don’t know the exact answer ( decent TV ads would probably help ) but what I do know is when I try to encourage friends etc to visit DLP & believe me I do, most of them get a quote for 3/4 nights & then say they would rather save a bit more & head over to WDW for 14nts because there is so much more on offer & a shed load more parks within the area. Also there are a huge amount of budget hotels in Orlando near to all the parks. I would also like to mention that if you book to stay in a Disney hotel at DLP & you have 3 children above infant age you cannot stay in a budget hotel except the Crockett Ranch so you are forced to spend more or take a car because there is no transport service to the parks. I also believe that a lot of people have the opinion that DLP is better suited to visitors with younger children not older children/teenagers, where as if you travel to WDW there is everything for all ages within the Orlando area. I also think DLP does need new attractions, as much as hardcore fans love certain attractions, some of them have not got the Wow factor that would pull in the average holiday maker because let’s face it they don’t really know about the history & details of these attractions & sorry Steve but nautilus I think is one of these, u could make a cool themed restaurant down there though.
    I could ramble for another few pages but stuck at work currently so that’s it for now 🙂
    Great podcast guys, keep up the good work

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