Disneyland Resort Issues Warning to All Guests Effective Immediately

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Mickey Mouse in front of the Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Paris.

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A stark warning has been issued at a Disneyland Resort to all guests. Here’s what you need to know.

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Which Disneyland Resort Is This Article Talking About?

The warning was sent to all guests from Disneyland Paris (DLP) in France. Disneyland Paris, also known as Disneyland Paris Resort, is a popular theme park and entertainment complex located in Marne-la-Vallée, a suburb of Paris, France. It opened its doors in 1992 and has become one of Europe’s most visited tourist destinations.

The resort includes two main theme parks: Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park. Disneyland Park, also called Parc Disneyland, is similar to the original Disneyland in California and features iconic attractions like Sleeping Beauty Castle. Walt Disney Studios Park is dedicated to the world of cinema and showcases the behind-the-scenes magic of film production.

In addition to the theme parks, Disneyland Paris offers a variety of hotels, restaurants, and entertainment options, making it a complete vacation destination. It’s a place where visitors can experience Disney magic, meet beloved characters, enjoy thrilling rides, and immerse themselves in a world of fantasy and adventure, all with a touch of European charm. Disneyland Paris continues to enchant visitors of all ages with its unique blend of Disney storytelling and French culture.

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What Warning Was Sent Out to All Guests? And Why?

Disneyland Paris immediately sent out a warning to all guests looking to book a hotel stay for the better part of next year, 2024, stating that the entrance to Disney Studios Park would be going through several phases of construction works, including the closure of Studio 1.

According to the official Disneyland Paris website, when guests try to book a stay through October 2024, there is a warning that comes up mentioning the following:

Choose your Disney Hotel then personalise your package. Starting from October 2023, the entrance to Walt Disney Studios Park will go through several phases of works, including the closure of Studio 1.

The warning is to alert all guests that one of their Disneyland parks will be undergoing renovations and construction walls, including scaffolding, will be up and around the entrance to Walt Disney Studios Park, including the closure of Disney Studio 1, the park’s largest building and attraction. Guests entering the park must walk through the building to access the rest of the Walt Disney Studios Park. It is a reconstruction of a street from Hollywood, located here in the United States in California.

Walt Disney Studios Park in Disneyland Paris, closed down
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The warning is made to ensure all guests are aware of the closure of the entrance to the park along with the construction work being done. The Walt Company is adamant about keeping the magic alive throughout its Disney parks worldwide. Warnings like the one mentioned above are typical for a Disney Resort or Disneyland Resort.

The warning will allow those looking to book a stay next year at Disneyland Paris to opt out of visiting that park or rescheduling their trip altogether. If you booked a trip for DLP in 2024 and during the construction timeframe of Walt Disney Studios Park, you might want to double-check your booking and ensure the park will be open. If it’s closed, it might be best to reschedule your trip to experience DLP in all its glory.

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