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- Jun 22, 2002
Does anyone have an email address for the disneyland hotel?
Unfortunately they cannot be contacted by e-mail as far as I am aware. However, you can phone them on +33 1 604 565 00. The operator usually speaks English.*123JOANNA123* said:Does anyone have an email address for the disneyland hotel?
Compared to WDW, getting dinner reservations at DLP hotels is a breeze. It is usually fine (even during busy times) to simply make your reservations upon arrival. The only exceptions are Christmas/New Year, when one must reserve special dinner packages by calling the usual Disneyland Paris reservation number and applying the package to their reservation. If you're not travelling during this period, just talk to the front desk/concierge or visit the restaurant itself to make a reservation.DiDisney said:Does Disneyland Paris (Disneyland Hotel) have a central booking function, as does DisneyWorld (WDW-DINE)? Perhaps a better question would be how to make dining reservations from the US for Disneyland Paris restaurants. If booking in advance is not an option, has anyone who visited had trouble getting into the restuarants they wanted, or have any tips to offer?
We didn't use the main hotel much, we were in the castle club. DLH blew the GF out of the water in terms of service, it was that good.disneyholic family said:these FAQ threads are fantastic!!
all of the hotels look like fun, but since we have to pick one, I guess it will be the Disneyland Hotel. Since it seems to look like the GF it will probably be a good choice for us.
I see that you've stayed in WDW too.
How would you compare the service? As good? As smiley as it is in WDW?
sorry, i just want to say you , it's not 100euros, but 80 euros now !!MinnieYC said:Only some Castle Club rooms have park views. They're about 100 euro extra per night compared to CC rooms without park views.
Hi BouBouBouBou said:if you want to see many photos of the DLH(hotel, bedromm, swimmingpool)
you can go here:
sorry for my bad english, i'm french