Newport Bay Club Hotel | Disneyland Paris

April 18, 2017

During our recent trip to Disneyland Paris as part of the 25th-anniversary celebrations, we were booked into the Newport Bay Club Hotel. The Newport Bay Club Hotel is Europe’s second largest hotel, with over 1,100 rooms within the hotel.

Knowing just how big the hotel was I worried that we would be lost inside of it. However, pulling up to the hotel on the shuttle bus it looked like one of those grand New England style houses you see on American TV. The ones where they all go to visit for the holidays etc. Although grand it didn’t look too intimidating, with an array of helpful staff members to welcome you inside and show you to the right desk etc.


The Newport Bay Club Hotel is located on the far side of the lake next to the Disney Village. It can be easily accessed via the free shuttle bus service from outside the Eurostar terminal. Or a 15-minute walk through the Disney Village and alongside the lake.

Family Rooms

Although Roo and Tigger are older now I do still worry what the sleeping arrangements for them will be whenever we stay in a hotel room. At the Newport Bay Club Hotel, their family rooms consist of two double beds with additional space available for a travel cot for under twos. Having two double beds works better for us as a family than bunk beds (from a safety point of view and arguments over who is sleeping where).

The room itself was ample sized for a family, with all of the amenities required for a comfortable stay. Space to store luggage, clothing and a dressing table to ensure you look your best for the Disney characters. A family bathroom with bath/shower and separate vanity area to speed up getting ready in the mornings.

The rooms are beautifully decorated with a nautical theme with touches of Disney included. From the potholes around the top of the walls and beautiful Mickey Mouse ears on the headboard. Travel cots and additional bedding are available via the concierge in the lobby.


There are three different restaurants available within the Newport Bay Club Hotel, each offering a different style of food and atmosphere. Like all the restaurants available within the Disneyland Paris complex, they are best booked on your arrival to avoid disappointment.

  • Cape Cod – Drop anchor in this New England seaside setting for some Mediterranean and International tastes from the ocean.
  • Yacht Club – In the favourite hangout of any amateur sailor, you can sample sophisticated dishes inspired by New England with Mediterranean influences.
  • Captain’s Quarters – Sail over to this nautical themed bar for an aperitif served amid the elegant world of regattas and racing yachts.

Boo Roo and Tigger Too’s thoughts…

We stayed for two nights at the Newport Bay Club Hotel and really enjoyed our time there. The rooms are bright, clean and well maintained. Despite the size of the hotel, everything is signposted and there is ample staff member available to assist around the hotel. We ate within the Cape Cod hotel on two occasions and I have to say the selection of food was amazing (even with a fussy eater).

Disclosure: We were invited as guests of Disneyland Paris for the 25th Anniversary celebrations.

  • The Reading Residence April 18, 2017 at 1:25 pm

    This looks like a lovely hotel, I do like the style of it. We’d love to visit Disneyland Paris and this looks like a comfortable way to do it.

  • Kate April 18, 2017 at 2:05 pm

    This looks like a really good Disney Hotel. I hadn’t heard of this one, and only live down the road in Paris. If we want to do a couple of days in Disney and stay for the fireworks, it always makes sense to stay in a hotel, we will keep this one in mind. Thanks for the review. Kate x #TriedTested

  • Susan Mann April 18, 2017 at 4:12 pm

    This looks like a lovely hotel. A really nice place to stay and would be great for the kids. Definitely consider this if we ever get to visit x

  • Rachel - MummaHub April 18, 2017 at 4:34 pm

    Wow! It looks amazing. I bet the kids loved it!

  • EssexKate April 18, 2017 at 8:55 pm

    Ooo I love the headboards and the bottle lids, so cute. I really need to visit Disney soon

  • Laura - Dear Bear and Beany April 18, 2017 at 8:58 pm

    Wow that hotel looks amazing and I love the little touches they make in the rooms. Disneyland Paris is on my wish list, my girls would love it and I hope we make it there one day x #triedtested

  • Colette April 18, 2017 at 9:25 pm

    What a vast hotel! I used to be a Park Expert back in my TDS days but i’ve never actually visited myself!
    Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested this week x

  • Sabina Green April 19, 2017 at 1:01 pm

    Whoa that’s a huge hotel and looks amazing, we would love to take our children to EuroDisney in the next couple of years. It was one of those things that I had always thought to myself “when I’m a Mum that’s what we are going to do”.

  • Newcastle Family Life April 19, 2017 at 1:49 pm

    We are looking at going to Disneyland Paris next year and have been thinking of staying at this hotel, we have stayed in the Santa Fe previously but I have heard this one is better for families of five xx

  • Jo Laybourn April 20, 2017 at 8:29 pm

    Oh WOW, that is pretty impressive! Vast indeed! Glad you loved your stay. We’ve yet to take the monkeys to Disney!

  • Debbie April 21, 2017 at 10:25 pm

    Wow!! I love all the Disney touches. Looks like a magical way to complete a trip to Disney. And if the food was amazing, well, life is perfect!

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