Hotels

The D2DLP guide to staying at and around the Disneyland Paris resort.

  • Hotels,  Reviews

    Review: Sequoia Lodge Hotel

    One of the first hotels operational on opening day in 1992, Sequoia Lodge is situated on Lake Buena Vista between the New York Hotel and the Newport Bay Club, an enjoyable 10-minute walk from the parks. It is styled after a U.S. National Park resort, surrounded by large sequoias, and the natural stone-and-wood interior gives it a distinctly intimate mountain-retreat atmosphere. Sequoia Lodge may feel cozy, but this 3-star hotel boasts a mighty 1011-room capacity, spread out over the main building and six exterior lodges, one of which houses an indoor…

  • exterior of the Hotel Santa Fe
    Hotels,  Reviews

    Review: Hotel Santa Fe

    Hotel Santa Fe is a 2-star, on-site hotel which is popular with those who want to stay on property whilst also keeping to a modest budget. The D2DLP team has stayed at Santa Fe many times, so it is safe to say that by now we can create an honest review for future guests who might want to know the ins and outs.  Located on the Rio Grande River, the Disneyland Paris one, Hotel Santa Fe is situated directly opposite from DLP’s other 2-star budget hotel, Hotel Cheyenne. It’s is around a…

  • Hotels,  Reviews

    Review: Hotel Cheyenne

    So much of the fun of a DLP holiday comes from planning it: deciding on dining plans, park itineraries and, very importantly, choosing between the many options for lodging!  That is why we here at D2DLP aim to create a series of  hotel reviews to help you decide which one will best suit your needs and tastes. First up is Hotel Cheyenne, located on the Rio Grande River just across from Hotel Santa Fe. This relatively budget-friendly, on-site hotel is very popular with families and is much beloved for its unique…