Disneyland Paris Hotels City Break

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Even Walt Disney, who was often quoted as saying " It's kind of fun to do the impossible", would have trouble trying to squeeze everything that Disneyland Paris has to offer into a day's visit. The answer is simple: stay a little longer, and with such a wide selection of hotels there's no reason why anyone has to miss out on the magic. Disney has seven themed hotels within walking distance of the park entrance. Each one provides a unique set of memories:

Disneyland Hotel: Disneyland Paris ' flagship hotel is a handsome old world mansion which forms part of the park's entrance. Understandably you'll have to pay extra to be this close to the action, but you'll get an unforgettable slice of America's Deep South.

Disney's Hotel New York: Taking its architectural inspiration from Manhattan's geometric skyline, this monolithic concrete and glass skyscraper is bound to appeal more to adults than children. Inside the facilities are slick and there's a pool, ice rink and a couple of tennis courts nearby.

Disney's New Port Bay Club: The polished wooden floors and nautical paraphernalia are straight out of a New England sailing club. The lakeside setting adds to the seaside feel and the kids will love the indoor and outdoor pools.

Disney's Sequoia Lodge: Fans of the great outdoors will feel at home in the timber and stone lodges. Look out of the window and you'd be forgiven for thinking that you were staying in an American National Park, while inside you'll find bars, restaurants, a swimming pool and a gym.

Disney's Hotel Cheyenne: A Wild West frontier town complete with weatherboard houses, saloon, general store and bank. Cowboys tuck into ribs at the Chuck Wagon Café, while native Indians whiz past on horseback. A guaranteed hit with the kids, although there's no pool to cool off in.

Disney's Hotel Santa Fe: Bandit country once more, but this time in the colourful pueblos of New Mexico. Don your poncho and sombrero and experience life on the banks of the Rio Grande. The Tex Mex theme has also forms the backbone of the delicious menus in La Cantina.

Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch: log cabins and wigwams set in a 57 hectare forest a short drive from the park entrance. Cabins are self catering, but there's a restaurant on site, as well as a bar, swimming pool, tennis courts, archery lessons and bicycle hire.

All of the above hotels belong to the Disney group and can be booked online at www.disneylandparis.comwww.disneylandparis.com.