Staying onsite in the heart of the magic in Disneyland Paris is all part of the experience. The stunning Newport Bay Hotel was my first ever Disney Hotel stay and, I instantly fell in love with it. It’s even more beautiful after its huge refurbishment.
I knew this decor would be very heavily Nautical themed and whilst I’m not a fan of the sea by all means, this didn’t put me off staying. The decor is beautifully done and is very light and fresh (no seasickness here). Waking up with a view of the Lake, you’re ready for your day in the parks. The beds are extra comfy in these rooms making it hard to get up for Extra Magic Time but, you’re only a ten minute walk from the parks so you can relax and enjoy the hotel too. There is also the option of Compass Club level, you get extra benefits including that of a hot breakfast and a FASTPASS to your stay.
The bathrooms are very big and clean and sticks to the sea decor. You also get lovely scented toiletries which differ between the hotels which, is a nice touch. The gift shop is a bit disappointing but, the design of the shop itself is beautiful and worth popping in.
The Newport Bay Club Bar is one of the nicest ones Bars out of the resort. With snacks such as Garlic Bread and a few Mickey shaped treats, not forgetting the classic Glow Tini drink – or how about the award winning drink by Bar Tender Charlie Rambeau. You could sit in here for hours looking at the view.
Restaurants at the Newport Bay Hotel
Newport Bay Club has a couple of restaurants to dine at too. Cape Cod which is a Buffet style experience, where breakfast is served or why not try the Yacht Club which is a more sophisticated taste.
After staying in hotel Santa Fe, Cheyenne, Sequoia Lodge and New York, Newport Bay has become my favourite. The Disneyland Hotel is my only one left to stay in besides the Davy Crockett Ranch.
Newport is the perfect hotel for a relaxing trip to Disneyland Paris.