The Santa Fe is the cheapest hotel at Disneyland Paris, but comes with a huge perk. Would I stay again? Read on the find out!
It’s the first themed hotel I’ve stayed at. And I loved it. The decor is fun and perfect for families with young kids.
They’ve themed everything around Cars, from the lamps to the carpet to the shower curtain.
Driving into the car park, we were surprised by the design.
I would say some of the furnishings are looking a little worn, but it didn’t really bother me.
There’s also a restaurant and Starbucks onsite and you can order a Deliveroo too.
The theme isn’t really the main selling point of starting at three cheapest Disneyland Paris hotel either.
The main benefit of staying at a Disneyland Paris hotel is easy access to the park.
The Santa Fe Hotel is the furthest away hotel from the park, but it is only took 15 minutes to walk to the park. And it’s a nice walk too along the river.
And there’s also a free shuttle that takes you to and from the park if you prefer to save your legs.
Staying at a Disneyland Paris hotel also allows you access to Magic Hours too.
Magic Hours let’s you enter the park early which is only accessible to hotel guests.
This means you can beat the crowds and queue for the most popular rides.
There was a 60 minute wait for Peter Pan most of the time, but we waited 5 minutes at Magic Hours (it’s totally worth riding Peter Pan by the way).
And you can get better photos of the park as there are less visitors at that time.
The magical Disney castle was almost empty.
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