After several months of work, the hotel dedicated to Marvel superheroes has finally opened its doors at Disneyland Paris. Discover without further delay the first photos.
Disneyland Paris welcomes the first Marvel hotel
Under construction for several months now, the hotel dedicated to Marvel, Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel, has finally opened its doors at Disneyland Paris. it’s about the foundation stone for the park expansion plan, in addition to the area dedicated to Marvel currently under construction. The hotel is actually a reworking of the old New York hotel built in 1992.
With the ever-growing success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe owned by Disney, the big-eared firm intends to exploit the public’s favorite superheroes in its parks. Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel is a 4 star establishment, celebrating the culture and energy of New York City. With over 350 works of art, spanning both comics and movies, including 50 exclusive pieces, this is one of the world’s largest collections of Marvel artwork.
An immersive experience
Located a short walk from Disneyland parks, Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel promises to continue the immersion of visitors. Indeed, several exclusive experiences are offered to hotel guests. There is a selfie point with Spider-Man at the Super Hero Station, a creative space for the little ones called Marvel Design Studio, or the Hero Training Zone, an outdoor area inspired by New York and Marvel superheroes, offering areas dedicated to various sports activities.
The hotel also offers several bars and restaurants, including one located on the top floor, which thanks to videos projected behind the windows, allows you to imagine yourself in the middle of New York, in the company of Iron Man:
A real waking dream, which was able to live in preview two figures well known to fans of the MCU: the Russo brothers, directors ofAvengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, and also Chris Evans, the interpreter of Captain America:
Thank you Disneyland Paris, we had a blast! We need to have Crush’s Coaster in the USA!