Re: Disneyland Paris Hotels Map
> Thanks for that. Its the first time we'll have been (over New Year)
> where we haven't been able to get into the Disneyland Hotel (all the
> top hotels are fully booked), so I was a little unsure about the
> relative locations of the others, never having had to use them before.
> We're in the Sequoia Lodge, and now my brother wants to come with his
> family, but they can only get into the Cheyenne, so he was concerned
> about how far apart they were. He also doesn't like the idea of the
> shuttle option, and would prefer to walk if possible.[/color]
Almost everyone walks, as the hotels are not far apart. The Sequoia,
New York, and Newport Bay are on the shores of Lake Buena Vista (which
isn't very large, and the Cheyenne is just east of the New York, a bit
down the walkway next to the "Rio Grande" river. The entire area is
pedestrian. There are small shuttles but I've never bothered with
them, as even the walk to the Santa Fe (the most distant of the
hotels) is only 10 minutes or so.
You'll find your choices an interesting change from the Disneyland
Hotel. The Disneyland Hotel is the most luxurious, but each hotel has
its own theme, and they are all fun, in their own ways (although it's
not quite like those halcyon days when the resort first opened).
> I assume when the park shuts, and everyone wants to leave at
> the same time, the shuttles get crazy?[/color]
No, everyone just walks back to his hotel. The shuttles are not that
numerous, anyway, and few people bother with them.
> I take it places like the new Movenpick Dream Castle are definitely
> not within walking distance?[/color]
Correct. Only the resort hotels themselves are an easy walk from the
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