Disneyland Paris just revealed the updated logo for its flagship Disneyland Hotel.
The updated logo integrates the hotels iconic victorian architecture into the new design concept.
The new logo was revealed during todays 30th anniversary conference featuring several of the Euro Disneys imagineers. Star designers like Tony Baxter, Beth Clapperton, Tim Delaney, Tracy Eck, Björn Heerwagen, Sylvie Massara and Tom Morris were in attendance.
The hotel is currently undergoing a major refurbishment that is expected to continue well into 2024-25.
When it reopens, the five star Hotel will feature a royal princesses and princes theme. The rooms and suites will be inspired by animated classics such as Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, as well as more recent films such as Tangled and Frozen.
The hotel’s exterior will retain its iconic Victorian look. The facades, roofs and woodwork will be completely refurbished, as well as the hotel’s parking area and entry area.
No timeline has been given on the re-opening but it’s unlikely that it will be completed in 2022.
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