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Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom
June 12, 2012
Great Falls, Virginia
February 20, 2006
From journal Disneyland Paris
Manchester, United Kingdom
May 14, 2005
The rooms are very elegantly decorated in pale pastel colours and our room featured a massive double bed, but I know that rooms for four people are available with two more normal-sized double beds in them. The bedroom also has the usual modern conveniences you would expect form a five-star hotel, including a television with a few (but not tons) of international channels, a radio, air-conditioning, a minibar, a safe, and 24-hour room service. We didn't try the room service, but the menu looked very reasonable and offered a good range of snacks, such as burgers, sandwiches, etc. The minibar prices were a bit horrendous, as you may expect! The bathroom is very elegantly decorated and features dancing hippos on the tiles
One of the best things about the Disneyland Paris hotel is its location, as the hotel actually IS the entrance to the Magic Kingdom park! Many hotel rooms on the higher floors have great views into the park, which are truly spectacular at night when the park is open and lit up. (You can also have great views from the hotel bar.)
The Cafe Fantasia bar is a grown-ups’ piano bar that is perfect in the evening, as it offers a great range of cocktails and features a great selection of music. You can either sit in the bar area that affords lovely views over the park (especially at night), or you can sit in the outside area that is adjacent to the restaurants and watch the world go by.
About 99% of the packages you book at Disneyland Paris include a continental breakfast that will be served within the Inventions Restaurant or California Grill. Either restaurant tends to be allocated for breakfast depending on their businesses.
Breakfast is quite a causal buffet offering a wide range of cereals, fruits, breads, cheeses, and hams as well as drinks. There is always plenty of food, as the staff replenishes the buffet tables constantly.
In the evening, the Inventions Restaurant offers a buffet selection that is about £20 per person for as much as you can eat. We didn't eat here, but we did try the California Grill, which offers a fantastic range of typically Californian dishes, including lots of excellent fish choices. This is not the cheapest restaurant, but the food and service are excellent. Our meal was £75 for three courses, including two drinks and a bottle of wine. It is definitely a romantic restaurant that is great if you are celebrating a special occasion or your last night!
From journal Family Fun at Disneyland Paris