The Disneyland Paris app is available on both IOS and Android smartphones and will help you navigate the Disneyland Paris parks as well as hold your park tickets and hotel reservations. Let’s take a quick peek at navigating the app.
Sequoia Lodge is inspired by the American national parks with its pine trees and redwoods outdoors and a Bambi themed lobby. You’ll be a quick walk away from the park when you stay at this cozy lodge.
Hunter’s Grill is an all you can eat buffet located in the Sequoia Lodge Resort at The Disneyland Paris Resort in France. It’s open for both breakfast and dinner and offers American, French and Vegetarian food options.
Nestled in the town of Giverny, France lies the home and garden of impressionist Claude Monet. One step inside and you can literally walk through Monet’s paintings and tiptoe through his famous waterlilies.
If you’re looking for a quaint hotel down the street from Monet’s Giverny look no further than Domaine De La Corniche. This lovely hotel is classically French, overlooking the Seine river with it’s picturesque views and quaint buildings
The best way to visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Mont Saint Michel is to stay overnight in one of the historic lodges on the island itself. By doing so, you’ll have the unique opportunity to see the island without tourists and explore the cobblestone walkways while they’re virtually empty at night! It makes an already magical visit even more magical. Come explore the whimsical hotel that is Hotel le Mouton Blanc.
Mont Saint Michel or The Mont as natives call it is located in the Normandy region of France. This magical abbey is located on an island and is an UNESCO world heritage site. I was 16 when I saw a glimpse of this beauty in my French class and it was then and there I decided that one day I would travel to France and while most girls dream of Paris it was The Mont I dreamed of.
Within the city of Amboise lies the adorable boutique hotel of Le Clos d’Amboise…..you’ll be welcomed into the 17th century home that has been converted into a hotel in the heart of the city within walking distant of the city center and market districts which is simply perfect for any guests of all ages.
Castle Chambord was originally built in 1519 under Francois the 1st as a hunting retreat and grew during the reign of many of the ruling Louis’s of the day. It’s a true wonder to see. You can find this gem in the Loire Valley of France among the many chateaus scattered throughout the region. Chateau Chambord is by far the best of the chateaus is the area and should be top of your list when picking which ones to see!
Parc Mini Chateaux or The Mini Castle Park is an adorable walk through park where castles throughout France have been shrunk down to mini sizes small enough for you to enjoy your fill for the day!