Disneyland Paris Closure Officially Extended “Until Further Notice” Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic Concerns

With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continuing to cause much confusion and upheaval across the globe, it was announced this morning that Disneyland Paris will remain closed “until further notice”.

The full statement on the Disneyland Paris website read as follows:

The safety and well-being of our Guests and employees remains Disneyland Paris’ top priority.
As a result of this unprecedent pandemic and in line with government measures, Disneyland Paris will remain closed until further notice. Please continue to check back for updates.
We appreciate your patience and understanding.

The Disneyland Paris parks were initially meant to close starting Sunday, March 15th, but the closure was abruptly moved up to Saturday, March 14. At that time, the closure was only marked to last through the end of the month, however it was extended until April 15th earlier this week.

According to the Disneyland Paris website, guests with resort stays up until June 30th are entitled to receive a voucher for the full amount of payment already made, valid for 18 months against a new booking. Under the “exceptional circumstances”, this has been extended to guests with arrival dates after July 1st too. An offer is currently in place, allowing resort guests with arrival dates before June 30th to rebook their trip at the same price for an arrival before October 1st, 2020, providing the booking is made before May 15th. Full terms and conditions, along with more FAQ answers, can be found here.

We have been closely following the impact of the pandemic across Disneyland Paris. Yesterday, new, official details were released regarding cast member payments and benefits during the park closures. Stay safe, and stay tuned to WDWNT for regular updates on the progressing situation.