Disney's Hotel New York

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Disney's Hotel New York
Disney's Hotel New York logo.svg
Location Disneyland Paris
Category 4 stars
Opened April 1992
Theme New York City, Art Deco
Rooms 565
Operator Euro Disney SCA
(The Walt Disney Company)
Website Disney's Hotel New York

The Disney's Hotel New York is a hotel situated in Disneyland Paris designed by postmodern architect Michael Graves. Citing early 20th century Art Deco it was designed to echo the essence and feel of New York City. The exterior of the hotel itself is a stylised skyscraper-filled skyline. The hotel opened in 1992 at the resort.

Activities and Dining[edit]

There are numerous references to the city's state of affairs during the 1930s, such as the Manhattan Restaurant which was based on Manhattan's Cotton Club, the displayed artwork from the 1939 World's Fair or the Rockefeller Center-based Rockefeller Plaza; a courtyard which provides a skating rink which is ecological (not needing electricity and water, synthetic ice), a flagship project of Disney to curb greenhouse gas emission. The rink is decorated during Christmas.

Roger Rabbit Corner is an infant play area inspired by Who Framed Roger Rabbit. An indoor/outdoor pool with a jacuzzi and pool toys is available. The Empire State Club is where Character breakfasts were held. Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Goofy, and Chip and dale appeared every morning.


Disney's Hotel New York is the nearest to Panoramagique and Disney Village.

Coordinates: 48°52′12″N 2°47′16″E / 48.87000°N 2.78778°E / 48.87000; 2.78778