Get ready for a wild adventure in the wild west when you stay at this cowboy-style hotel in Disneyland Paris.
Remember those old western movies where adventures, cowboys and Indians wrote history? Well now it's your time to step into their footsteps when visiting Disney's Hotel Cheyenne. This hotel comes straight from the best know Wild West stories out there. The whole area is themed like the good old west. It contains 14 double floor buildings decorated and painted just like one of those picturesque old town. Each building have been given names from western legends such as Billy the Kid or Annie Oakley, giving every house a personal touch. You'll find facades from western jails, banks and boarding houses, but also an characteristic water tower. The lobby in the main building continues the impressive themeing. You'll find items such as antlers and ridding tack there and also a massive fire place, a welcoming sight on those cold winter days. At the lobby you'll find Check in, Guest services, the Reservation Desk, the entrance to the General Store and the entrance to the Red Garter saloon and the Chuckwagon Restaurant.
1000 rooms with 1000 bunk beds! This makes the Cheyenne hotel the
perfect place for families. Every room is keeping the cowboy theme
up with western style decoration. Guest will find lasso's and cowboy boots
integrated into the design of the rooms. There is no air conditioning in
the rooms but big fans provide enough cooling on those warmer days of the
The rooms overlook the center street of the town, small landscaping areas or will have a view of the neighboring hotel Santa Fe.
Services & Amenities
The Chuckwagon is the only restaurant in this hotel but can provide enough room for the big hotel. The restaurant offers a buffet style eatery with barbecue dishes including chili's and sausages. Adventurer could choose to eat at the small bar in the restaurant where the seats are saddles.
The Red Garter Saloon is located next to the restaurant and offers cocktails and some small snacks. Seating is limited and it can get busy during the evening.
The General Store offers a small collection of Disney souvenirs as well as cowboy gear.
Tips & Specials
The shortest way to the park is not via the walking route but via the car entrance. Make a sharp right and you're at the station without having to walk true the village. Make sure to bring your room paper if you want to return via this way as Cast Members will check if you are staying on the resort before letting you enter via this way.
The Hotel has been designed by Robert A. M. Stern who also designed the Disney's Newport Bay Club hotel.
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