Disneyland Paris Reopening: Everything You Need To Know
Disneyland Paris will begin their phased reopening on Wednesday and the theme park has released information regarding their enhanced health and safety measures.
On July 15th, Disneyland Paris will be open to members of the public with guidance from the French government and health authorities.
The theme park also previously announced the scheduled phased reopening of several other Disney hotels including Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne on July 20th, Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe on August 3rd and the Disneyland Hotel on September 7.
Disney’s Sequoia Lodge Hotel and Disney’s Davy Crocket Ranch will remain closed during the summer with reopening dates announced at a later time.
To ensure the highest levels of heath and safety for guests and Cast Members, there will be a limited attendance, physical distancing and enhanced cleaning measures.
Health and Wellness
As there is limited attendance at the theme park, guests are required to buy their tickets in advance and to register on the new reservation platform.
There will be reduced capacity in all restaurants, attractions, queues and other locations to support physical distancing.
Face coverings will be required for all Cast Members and guests aged 11 and older.
2,000 hand sanitizer stations will be placed throughout the resort with all guests and Cast Members encouraged to use them.
Disneyland Paris have also released a collection of infographics in order to easily explain the reopening of the park.
Cleaning and Disinfecting
Disneyland Paris have updated their already high standards for cleanliness, particularly in the attractions, queues, dining, lobbies, transportation and other common spaces.
The entire resort specifically the hotels, any areas subject to high traffic and frequently touched surfaces have been cleaned and disinfected thoroughly.
Procedures for guest rooms in the hotels have also been updated.
The theme park has launched a new dedicated online platform to assist in guests purchasing tickets in advance, all restaurant tables can also be booked via the Disneyland Paris app.
Contactless payment across the resort is highly encouraged from purchasing food and beverages to merchandise and clothing.
Cast Member Training and Workplace Safety
Within the resort, all cast members are receiving additional training on new health and safety measures that have been introduced to both the park and hotels.
All work areas are now subject to an increased frequency of cleaning and work practices have been adjusted to encourage physical distancing where possible.
Ticketing and Reservation System
The new online reservation system will help the resort comply with social distancing measures in line with the guidance of the French government and health authorities.
Guests in possession of a non-dated ticket or an Annual Pass can now register on the system to obtain a reservation for park entry prior to their arrival.
Guests who have a dated ticket do not need to register and select a date.
Likewise, guests with packages that include park admittance organized by Euro Disney will receive admission for each day to the Disney Parks included in their stay, and do not need to use the new online reservation system.
Guests who book packages through third party operators are invited to check with them if a reservation is required.
Tickets and packages are on sale on the disneylandparis.com website, Disneyland Paris call center and official travel partner channels, with a limited number of tickets available each day during the initial reopening phase.
Ticket sales will not be available on site.
To provide guests with maximum flexibility, new booking conditions are now available to include cancellations and modifications without fees (excluding insurance and/or transport fees, if applicable) on hotel stays organized by Euro Disney anytime up to seven days before the arrival date.
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After visiting and experiencing everything that the theme park's offer in the UK, he has concluded his favourite to be Alton Towers located in Staffordshire.