New Logo Reveal for Disney Sequoia Lodge

Disneyland Paris just updated the logo of Disney Sequoia Lodge, formerly known as Disney’s Sequoia Lodge.

The Antoine Grumbach designed hotel and it’s surrounding areas are themed to a massive nature based retreat. Similar to a resort you would find in Montana’s National Parks, like “Glacier” or “Yellowstone”. 

The new logo also reveals that Disneyland Paris is currently rebranding the naming system by replacing “Disney’s” with “Disney”.

An overview of the evolution of Disneyland Paris Hotel logos.
An overview of the evolution of Disneyland Paris Hotel logos.

Disney Sequoia Lodge logo redesign comes as part of this years larger hotel branding update.

We’ve also seen a new logo’s for the Disneyland Hotel, Newport Bayclub, Hotel Cheyenne, and Santa Fe.

If you want to learn more about what it’s like staying at Disney Sequoia Lodge check out our full review here.

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Drinking Water Fountains now Visible in the Disneyland Paris App

Disneyland Paris just released an app update that allows park goers to view all the water fountains available in the resort. Over the past few weeks Disneyland Paris has slowly been reactivating water fountains across the resort. The opening of Avengers Campus also premiered Disneyland Paris’s first water fountain featuring a refilling stations for bottles.Continue reading “Drinking Water Fountains now Visible in the Disneyland Paris App”

Published by Eric from AirMagique

Eric is the host and chief content editor of the AirMagique - Unofficial Disneyland Paris Podcast. He writes articles, takes photographs, produces videos and edits the podcast.

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