Can I park at Disneyland hotel before check in?
Yes, you are welcome to check in at your Disneyland Resort Hotel anytime on your arrival day, although please remember that your room likely won't be available until after about 3:00 p.m. When you arrive, feel free to park your vehicle, check in, and then store your luggage with Bell Services until your room is ready.
Do you need ID to enter Disneyland Paris?
We printed our tickets for DISNEYLAND. It says that we must bring photo ID. Since I never like to carry my passport around, I would prefer to leave the actual passport in our apartment in Paris, and just bring a photocopy of our ID so that the DISNEYLAND employees can verify our names on the e-ticket.
Can you just turn up at Disneyland Paris?
It's easy to register! Simply enter your Annual Pass number and choose the dates of your visit. You will need to be ready to show your registration confirmation e-mail as well as your Annual Pass to be able to access the Disney Parks.
Who Gets Access to Extra Magic Hour at Disneyland Paris?
Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. I'm so excited you will be staying at a Disneyland Resort Hotel. While breakfast is not included with standard rooms at these hotels, there are dining options available at each of these hotels to fit every appetite and budget.
Parking. Self-parking is available to registered hotel Guests for $35 per night, per vehicle. Guests visiting select hotel table-service restaurants who are not registered at the hotel will receive 3 hours free parking with validation, or 5 hours free parking with validation from Napa Rose.
Disneyland Park offers storage lockers of different sizes both inside and outside of the grounds. Locker prices start at $7 and go up to $15. The larger lockers are located outside of the grounds and will accommodate bags up to the dimensions of 24″ x 15″ x 18″. Overnight bag storage at Disneyland Park is prohibited.
Yes, with Disneyland Paris welcoming guests throughout the year from Europe and beyond, all Cast Members speak English and are ready to help you with any questions. Our Cast Members are located throughout Disneyland Paris and will be happy to help at any time.
A little over a week after that, Disneyland Paris will reopen on June 17, 2021 with Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disney's Newport Bay Club, and Disney Village all resuming operations on that date.
Updates at the Theme Parks
The State of California strongly recommends that all Guests be fully vaccinated or receive a negative COVID-19 test prior to entering the theme parks. Guests will not be required to show proof of vaccination, but vaccinated Guests must self-attest that they are in compliance prior to entry.
Per the Disneyland Paris website: The wearing of an appropriate face covering remains mandatory for all our guests ages 11 and over. In accordance with government recommendations, face coverings are still recommended from the age of six.