It is from a chalet with the American national parks style that the architect Antoine Grumbach was inspired for the construction of this leisure complex. Disney's Sequoia Lodge is located in Marne-la-Vallée, just 15-minute walk from Disneyland Paris, in a wooded setting with a rural landscape on the edge of a peaceful lake. It is an imposing building and 6 adjoining chalets with parking which allows to park 775 cars. The architecture of the building is distinguished by its dark wooden walls. Residential chalets use the names of US parks such as Big Sur, Monterey, Sierra, Yellowstone and Yosemite. The wood and the stone combine very well to offer to this hotel of Disney its cosy incomparable atmosphere. The main theme of the decoration is Bambi. Please note that the main building houses the reception, restaurants, shops and the Golden Forest Club.
The hotel has two gourmet restaurants. The Hunter's Grill imitating the rocky mountain cottages offers 365 covers of international cooking. The 348-seat Beaver Creek Tavern also offers menus of international cooking. It offers a garden terrace in summer. The 130-seat Redwood bar and lounge with its high mountain atmosphere is there to quench your thirst after visiting the park or the city of Paris or to relax after a few fathoms in the swimming pool of Quarry Pool or the hours spent in the Fitness centres. The hotel also offers a waterslide, a jacuzzi, saunas and hammam. Each room can accommodate up to 4 people, aside from the Honeymoon Suite specifically reserved for a couple.
Disney's Hotel Cheyenne
With the Disney's Hotel Cheyenne, the leader of leisure and attractions, Disney surpasses itself to take in the vicinity of Paris the atmosphere of sites charged with the history of the American country. This 2-stars hotel faithfully reproduces the architecture of a city in the Far West during the golden conquest of the time of gold seekers and cowboys. The facades are designed to imitate the saloons and stalls seen in Western films. The lights hanging on the gallows and the appearance (in dusty sand) testify to the layout of Desperado Street also. It is located north of the Rio Grande (an artificial river that connects the building to Disney Lake), a 20-minute walk from the theme parks. The tipis and the old wagons and stage coaches remind visitors that they are traveling back in time to the time of the conquest of the Wild West.
This immense 2-storey complex offers 1000 comfortable and quiet rooms that meet the needs of guests. Each room has a double bed, two bunk beds, free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and private bathroom. The Rio Grande rooms are close to the river, while the Buffalo type rooms are close to the reception. It also has a restaurant, the Chuck Wagon Café, which serves tex-mex dishes as well as the Red Garter Saloon bar. A rich breakfast buffet is offered by the hotel. The General Store is a store selling Disney clothes and souvenirs as well as objects related to the theme of the hotel. Children can enjoy a playground called Fort Apache as well as a pony rides or video games room at an additional cost.
Disney's Hotel Santa Fe
In keeping with the reputation of the famous North American sites and cities in the architecture and the theme of its hotels, Disney has this time taken as model Santa Fe. This city of art and tourism of the State of New- Mexico is famous for its adobe houses. Disney's Santa Fe Hotel adopts this typical architecture of clay and straw house inherited from the Iberian-Moorish civilization imported by the Spaniards. After the success of Pixar’s animated film Cars released in 2006, some objects of decorations are in the image of this one. This is a 2 stars hotel with 1000 rooms and 2 restaurants. The outdoor setting recalls the arid and ruthless universe of the American Southwest with the Trail of Artefacts and the Trail of Water, which evokes the need for water.
This hotel, located 1.4 km from Marne-la-Vallée train station and 1.7 km from Disneyland, has a Mexican ambience. La Cantina serves hearty, succulent Mexican dishes, the Rio Grande Bar for gringos in search of tequila as well as the Trading Post which in addition to the hotel-themed souvenirs offers Disney souvenir clothes and items. The rooms are equipped with 2 double beds or a double bed and a bunk bed, a bathroom with shower, a toilet, a dressing room and a desk.
Why to stay in this hotel?
As Disney's Santa Fe Hotel is already in the park, staying at this hotel makes it possible to make the most of the attractions. It also offers better value for money. With Cheyenne, Santa Fe is one of the cheap hotels in the park. It should also be noted that hospitality is the key word in this accommodation. Many guests have been touched by the friendliness of the staff. For those who want to discover the world of Disney cars, they will be delighted with this hotel, as the decoration of each room illustrates the characters from Cars.
How to go by van from CDG airport to Disneyland?
The journey from CDG airport to Disneyland lasts 44 minutes in van. It is necessary to follow the direction of the West to enter Roissy-en-France. Continuing for a few minutes, the car will enter Le Mesnil-Amelot. On 600 m, you will then have to turn right-surrounding road Paris-Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport. The driver will use the National Route 2 before joining La Francilienne and the A4 / E50 (Eastern Highway). You will have to go into Coupvray and Chessy to enjoy the Disneyland Paris.