Do I Need To Book Park Reservations At Disneyland Paris?
Park reservations are required at Disneyland Paris, just like at Walt Disney World, however, most guests won't need to make them. The Disneyland Paris reservation is much more flexible (although still troublesome for Annual Passes) than the one at Walt Disney World.
Guests do not need to make park reservations at Disneyland Paris if you have purchased dated tickets. Guests also do not need to make a park reservation if they're staying at one of the on-site Disney hotels (whether you have a dated or non-dated ticket).
The on-site hotels include:
Disney Hotel New York - The Art Of Marvel
Disney Newport Bay Club
Disney Sequoia Lodge
Disney Hotel Cheyenne
Disney Hotel Santa Fe
Disney Davy Crocker Ranch
No matter what ticket type you have you do not need park reservations if you're staying in any of the above Disney hotels (check-in and check-out days included). When you go to one of the two parks, you just show your magic pass (room key) and then you scan your tickets. All guests 3+ will receive a magic pass with their names and dates that will need to be shown.
If you're staying off-site and have a non-dated ticket or annual pass you DO need to make park reservations (which you can do here)
However, if you're staying off-site but have a dated ticket you do not need to make park reservations
And if you're staying at a Disney hotel you do not need to make park reservations at all regardless of what kind of ticket or Annual Pass you have
If you have a non-dated Ticket or Pass and not staying at one of Disney's hotels, you must register on the online registration platform to ensure admission to the Disney Parks on the date of your choice. You can do that by clicking here.
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