“It is a new chapter, marked by unforgettable memories, both for our guests who stayed there and for all our Cast Members who worked there.” said Martina Sardelli, Vice President Operations Hotels & Disney Village, “Disneyland Paris always keeps moving forward, to be at the forefront and exceed expectations. It is precisely this taste for innovation and this avant-garde spirit that we celebrate today.”
The hotel’s interior design will be sleek and cosmopolitan like Tony Stark and his Avengers Headquarters and will showcase the “Art of Marvel” in a way that reinvents the idea of an “art hotel”.
Custom art will adorn the walls of rooms and suites. Bold pieces on display in public areas will showcase the diversity of art from the Marvel universe: comic art, film, design, sculpture, costume, all displayed in the style of a contemporary New York art gallery. Pieces featured will include comic book covers, posters, concept art from films, storyboards, production design, props, original sketches, media, and more.
The hotel will offer 476 standard rooms, 65 executive rooms, and 8 standard suites. The room interiors reflect Tony Stark’s tastes, with a color palette reminiscent of his Iron Man suit. These unique suites are each designed around Marvel Super Heroes and New York City themes. For each of these unique suites, a Marvel artist will be commissioned to create stunning pieces featuring the Super Heroes.
The reimagined hotel will open in 2020.
Gray is a lifelong Disney fan! From Disney+ to the parks, he loves it all. His favorite Disney movie is Beauty and the Beast, and his favorite attraction is The Haunted Mansion.