Disneyland Paris Says Park Reservations Will Remain For The "Foreseeable Future"
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With the rapid improvements at Walt Disney World (like free Disney Resort parking returning
the future looks bright. The controversial Disney Park Pass reservation is among the top of things Disney fans want axed, and while nobody yet knows what Disney executives have planned to improve guest experience at parks, it seems that Disneyland Paris
is not yet planning to adjust their park reservation system. Also keep in mind, they can change their mind and implement changes immediately.
I will say though the Disneyland Paris
park reservation system is more guest friendly than the Walt Disney World one. That's because when you buy dated tickets, the tickets are dated for the days you buy them for and it guarantees you entry. Also, if you have undated tickets (or an annual pass) and you're staying at an on-site Disney hotel, you're guaranteed entry as well. If you're staying off-site without a dated ticket (or annual pass) you have to make a park reservation, and with an annual pass, you can only make up to 3 at a time, and some days they do fill up.
has today sent out an email that appears to double down on their reservation system as it stands saying:
In order to maintain the best possible guest experience, last year we introduced a new reservation platform for guests to make an advance reservation for their visit to enjoy the magic of Disneyland Paris. This platform allows us to provide the best possible experience, so its use will be required for the foreseeable future.
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