Find accommodation for Disney holidays in Paris
The Disneyland Resort Paris is the largest and most modern of all the Walt Disney resorts worldwide. Having learned important lessons from the other Walt Disney parks, Disneyland Paris holidays offer an amazing experience, and one which will excite children of all ages. Located 20 miles east of Paris, Disneyland Paris has quickly become Europe's leading tourist attraction, and with good reason.
Top Five Destinations for Disney HolidaysThere are two main options for Eurodisney accommodation: Staying in a Disneyland Paris hotel on-site or saving some money by renting a Disney holiday home outside of the park and travelling in each day. A private rental not only allows you to save money, but gives you the freedom to enjoy both the attractions of Disneyland itself and those in the surrounding area, making private Disney holiday homes an ideal option for family holidays.
Disney villas in Seine-et-Marne
If you want to beat the morning queues, a holiday rental in Seine-et-Marne is the solution. Located in the same Parisian suburb as Disneyland Park, you couldn't be closer without staying in the park itself.
Disney holiday apartments in Paris
Taking an apartment in Paris is an excellent option for Disneyland Paris holidays. Perfect for a Dinseyland weekend break, you can nip back and forth from Disneyland with ease, as well as explore the French capital itself.
Disney holiday homes in Northern France
If you would like to break up the journey, a holiday home in Northern France is the ideal solution for a Disneyland Paris break, with just short a drive through the country, or a direct train from Lille to Disneyland Paris.
Disney holiday homes in Normandy
Many people going to Disneyland Paris will arrive at the Normandy sea ports of Cherbourg, Dieppe or Le Harve. From the peace and tranquility of a cottage in the Normandy countryside, it is easy to reach the Disneyland Park, Paris.
Disneyland holiday homes in the Loire Valley
A short break to Disneyland Paris is easy from the Loire Valley. The region is also a delight to explore with much of the area designated as a World Heritage Site, thanks to the large number of stately chateaux and wonderful medieval towns.