Disneyland Paris Leads (International) Park Growth with €3.4  Billion of Hotel Revenue

The Walt Disney Company has revealed that from 2011–2021 Disneyland Paris earned €3.4 billion of revenue from it’s 7 on-site hotels and Disney Village, the 44,000-square-meter entertainment complex next door. Disneyland Paris operates one of the largest hotel complexes in Europe featuring 5,800 rooms.

Disney Sequoia Lodge Paris

The financial report shows earnings for the Walt Disney Company’s first quarter 2023 include international parks growth of 27.1%. Primarily due to increased attendance and a higher volume of guest spending at Disneyland Paris. Revenue was offset by the sale of Villages Nature, construction and inflation. International parks also benefited from royalties paid by the Oriental Land Company (Tokyo Disney Resort). But suffered from COVID-10 related closures at Shanghai Disneyland Resort.

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Disney’s earnings report ($8.7 billion total revenue, incl. $1.1 billion from international parks) revealed that a considerable factor was “an increase in volumes and higher guest spending” at Disneyland Paris. “Higher volumes consisted of increases in attendance and occupied room nights. Guest spending growth was driven by an increase in average ticket prices and higher average daily hotel room rates.”

Disney Village Paris

Disney’s documents don’t disclose the results of individual parks and resorts. Stakeholders will have to wait for detailed financial insights into how well Disneyland Paris is performing. French law requires that Disneyland Paris publishes an annual financial report which will reveal even more insights.

Good news for Disneyland Paris fans, positive financial statements will likely result in further investment. Expanding the size of the most magical place in Europe. Like the new Arendelle: World of Frozen land coming to Walt Disney Studios Park Paris.

What future expansion would you like to see in Disneyland Paris? Let us know in the comments below.

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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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