Disneyland Paris Unveils First Look Inside Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel, Construction on Avengers Campus and Cars Route 66 Road Trip Progress
Future development and refurbishment work at Disneyland Paris continues to move forward, and Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel is one of several projects in the works. At IAAPA’s Virtual Education Conference, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products Chairman Josh D’Amaro shared updates including a new photo of the hotel’s lobby, offering a first look at how the redesigned hotel is becoming a reality.
The newly released photo, compared with a previously released rendering, shows progress on the lobby interior, which features one of many major Marvel art pieces that guests will be able to enjoy once the hotel opens.
The four-star hotel is inspired by a New York art gallery, a tribute to the city that was the birthplace of the Marvel Super Heroes and many of the artists who created them. The hotel will have one of the largest collections of Marvel artwork in the world, with more than 300 items on display, including exclusive and never-before-seen pieces, in collaboration with more than 95 artists from Marvel Comics and Marvel Studios. Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel will offer contemporary comfort and personalized services while celebrating New York’s culture and vibrant energy.
Development and refurbishment work for other projects at the resort also continue including Avengers Campus and Cars Route 66 Road Trip, a fully reimagined attraction, both part of the transformation of the Walt Disney Studios park.
Additionally, Disneyland Paris’ transformation of the guest experience continues with new digital features and enhancements being rolled out in the Disneyland Paris App. One of the latest features includes a new online hotel check-in service that will accelerate the time guests spend at the front desk during check-in allowing them to get to the magic faster. Other enhancements include the recent launch of Standby Pass, a complimentary service which enables guests to book a timeslot to enter the physical queue line of an attraction via the App and return to the queue line at a designated time during certain periods of the day, and a dining reservation service.
Both the development work and digital transformation are integral in the long-term planning of Disneyland Paris providing new experiences for guests to live new adventures at the resort.
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