“Disney Village 2.0” construction is now in full swing. Disneyland Paris has shuttered several tenants including “Planet Hollywood”, “King Ludwig’s Castle” and it’s own “Café Mickey”.
While it’s unclear what will be replacing “Planet Hollywood” the signage has been stripped from the iconic globe.
Meanwhile work wall have appeared around the former “King Ludwig’s Castle” which is being transformed into the new “Royal Pub”.
Disneyland Paris is updating the look of the 428,000-square-foot shopping and dining complex in phases.
Meaning that once “Cafe Mickey’s” transformation into the French Brasserie “Rosalie” is complete, work walls and construction crews are likely to takle another area of “Disney Village”.
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