Hotel New York at Disneyland Paris Will Close for Two Years to Become “The Art of MARVEL”

As we previously reported, Disney announced it would revamp the Hotel New York in Disneyland Paris with a Marvel theme and rename the new property Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel.

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AT D23 EXPO 2017, DISNEY PARKS CHAIRMAN BOB CHAPEK UNVEILS MARVEL-THEMED HOTEL COMING TO DISNEYLAND PARIS — Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel at Disneyland Paris will transport guests to the action-packed world of Super Heroes, including Iron Man, The Avengers, Spider-Man and more.

Hotel New York will close for about two years for the renovation, beginning in October 2018. According to Disney’s site for the hotel, “We’re always adding a little more shine and magic to our hotels for your future enjoyment. From October 2018, we’ll be busy at work, totally re-imagining the Disney’s Hotel New York into an inspiring world of Marvel Super Heroes. Opening planned within 2020.”


The move is part of an expected massive overhaul to take place at Disneyland Paris since the Walt Disney Company took full ownership of the park in June.

9 thoughts on “Hotel New York at Disneyland Paris Will Close for Two Years to Become “The Art of MARVEL””

  1. Those guests think that they’re looking at Iron Man suits but they’re actually looking at the evolution of Bob Chapek.

  2. Well, the Hotel New York in DLRP is one of the dullest, “un”-Disney resort hotels imaginable.
    Not talking about rooms, service etc, but about the overall appearance, which is not having the faintest style/athmosphere link to New York, and of an overall shocking bad architectural design.
    Scrapping the name, and adding some (believe me: temporary…) IP-based theming to climb out of this shamefull pit, is an understandable move. It will not change a bit about the architectural dsaster it is, however.
    Besides that, no idea whether or not it would change the rate of bookings…

    • Oh darling, such a pity! You spelled my name wrong! But Cruela Deville is very witty, I would love to live in that town!

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