Disney's Hotel Cheyenne

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Disneyland Paris, B.P. 115, Marne-la-Vallee, Ile-de-France, 77777, France

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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
23%
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Very Good
45%
538
Average
19%
238
Poor
6%
83
Terrible
4%
49

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 321% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families65
  • Couples73
  • Solo77
  • Business46
  • heryanta's Profile Photo

    Decent hotel - good value for money

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    Stayed here for three nights with my parents. Overall a good value for money; we bought a package that included the entrance tickets to the parks and per person I think we paid around Euro 70 each. The hotel's theme is the 'wild West' but really it's just a small room to sleep and shower.

    There are free shuttles to the Disneyland parks and the RER station. With the RER it takes about 40 minutes to get into the city center. There's an in-site restaurant but the ones at the park are much better.
    Just keep in mind that this IS Disneyland .. lots of kids running around and shouting in 10 different languages :)

    If you want to be at the Disneyland complex, I recommend this hotel as a good option.

    Also I prefer this to the Santa Fe Disneyland hotel; as the room is slightly bigger.

  • Meadows11's Profile Photo

    Almost Western

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    We stayed at Disney's Hotel Cheyenne as part of a package trip to Disney Land Paris. It is a very pleasant hotel where the layout is that of an old wetsern town. It is a pleasant enough hotel, and unique in it's style. Sure it's a nice novelty, but it somehow fails to get you caught up in the Western feel.

    The rooms were quite basic, in keeping with the cowboy theme. The beds are comfortable enough, but no more than that. It was fine for our stay, but had we been staying longer the lack of ameneties, and soulesness of the room could have become a problem.

    Unique Quality: As previously mentioned, the unique look & feel of the resort gives it a different feel, and is certainly somewhere you won't forget in a hurry. I'm sure young children will loe this novelty!
    One of the biggest advantages of this hotel is it's location, which is walking distance to Disney Village and the two parks.

  • Dutchnatasja's Profile Photo

    Yeeha, welcome to this western city!

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    Unique Quality: This is a Western-themed hotel. We’ve stayed here a few years ago, and if you are on a budget or travelling with children than I can recommend this hotel. Rooms are decorated in wild west style with rodeo designs and bunk beds. The rooms are small, but fine for 2. With children it can be crowdie. The hotel has two restaurants; The Chuck Wagon Café and the Red Garter Saloon. The Fort Apache outdoor play area features pony rides. Open from April to September, weather permitting. It is nice for children, but not for a adult.

    Directions: Cheyenne is located at a 5 minute shuttle bus ride from the Disney Parks.
    From the hotel, a Disneyland Resort shuttle service takes guests from/to the Disney Parks. This service is free of charge and runs seven days a week.

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    Hotel Cheyenne

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    Unique Quality: All of the rooms were in buildings that were named after people in the Wild West. We stayed in 'Wyatt Earpe'. The accomodation area is great for kids to run around in as it is total away from any traffic. The hotel itself is connected to the park either by a regular free bus or you can take a 15 minute walk along the river straight to the Disney Village, Disneyland Park and train station.

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    One of Disneys family Hotels

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    Unique Quality: Basic but warm hotel that is great for kids. The room that we stayed in had a large double bed and 2 bunk beds which was sufficient for a short stay for an average family. Breakfast was buffet style and consisted of cereals, croissants, yoghurt, juice, tea and coffee and you could go back and get as much as you liked. The hotel does cater for evening meals but we ate out every night. However, the restaurant was always full so it must have been pretty good. There was a Disney character at the hotel every night to entertain the kids who occasionally put on a show for the adults by way of doing a line dance with the hotel staff!

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by Zyg

At Disneyland we stayed in the Hotel Cheyenne. It's one of the cheaper hotels, but very authentic. It was a small Western village. Our house name was Bufallo Bill. Dark wood everywhere, Indian artifacts, a corral. The room itself was of medium size. 1 double bed, 1 set of bunk beds - all authentic Western-style (with a cowboy boot lamp!!) Made you feel that you should have your hat, boots and spurs on! Each themed compound has it's own themed restaraunt, bar and shops.

Howdy Pardners!

by TripAdvisor Member Richardson_Family

We have just returned from a short break to Disneyland Paris having stayed at the Hotel Cheyenne. Like everyone who uses this site I checked the reviews and generally felt I was selecting a good hotel. We'd visited Disneyland Paris some 10 years ago and stayed at the Sante Fe which was pretty basic and not pretty to look at so decided to book the next one up.

I really liked this hotel and check in was easy, reception staff explained everything about the room, location, how to get breakfast and use of the luggage holding area which is handy if you want to spend a few hours at the park prior to leaving for your flight (check out is 11.00 a.m.)

We were located in the Doc Holliday block. The room was small but very comfortable and the kids (5 & 8) loved the bunk beds. We asked for extra pillows and they arrived straight away. Breakfast is located in the restaurant in the main reception building. You pre-select what time you want to have breakfast every day and are given a particular coloured card which you hand in. Obviously, it's continental breakfast, cereals, fruit, bread, meats and cheese and there's plenty of it. We chose the 8 o'clock slot which was really quiet. Don't worry the room is huge and there was plenty of tables, however if you're travelling during peak season it might not be as easy. Just about everyone takes more than they can eat simply to take along to the parks as it is quite expensive once you get in.

You can walk to the parks quite easily along the river, takes about 10/15 mins to reach the Disney Village which has loads of Disney shops, bars and restaurants. Once you walk through here you can take your pick to visit Disneyland or Disney Studios. Both good entertainment however, as mentioned before quite expensive once you get in. If you have small children but want to try the larger rides, make sure you ask an employee on the ride for a parent swap ticket. This allows your partner to wait in the exit area of the ride with the kids then when you come off the ride, your partner shows the attendant the ticket and by-passes the queues to get straight onto the ride. Push them about this cause some we asked shook their heads as if they knew nothing about it. Make sure you check out the stunt show in Disneyland Studios - it's great entertainment.

Best time to go on the larger rides is during the parades as most people start lining the route 45 mins before it starts.

Nothing much to do once you arrive back at the hotel however you can pre-book dinner - we didn't as we chose to eat at the Disney Village. Average cost for a basic burger meal for 4 was 37 euros here, at the Disney Parks it's around 25 euros but be warned it is mostly fast food and to be honest after 3 days we were sick of fries! It costs up to 2.90 euros for bottled drinks although there are water fountains you can use to fill up empty bottles.

Word of advice, if you intend to catch the VEA Disneyland Shuttle bus to and from the airport make sure you add an additional 120 euros to your spending money. It's 16 euros per adult and 13 euros per child each way although 2 and under travel free. You can pay as you board. Check out VEA's website for departure times from the airports and Disney hotels to help plan your arrival times.

To wrap it all up, the Cheyenne is a good place to stay if you simply want somewhere to sleep after a hectic day at the parks. It was really quiet at this time of year and we never heard any noise later in the evening.

Hope this helps and if you are planning a visit have a great time, we did.

Great Festive trip

by TripAdvisor Member Helen5791

Stayed at the Cheyenne for the second time 24th-27th November - not disappointed. The room was smaller than I remembered but perfectly adequate for our needs (basically a bed for the night!). Clean, comfortable and warm if looking a little tired.

The breakfast scramble was not as bad as I remembered and there was always a free seat but I think this was due to the time of year and the general quietness of the whole resort.

Ate in the hotel one evening and the lunchtime of our departure day - both meals adequate.

Parks very quiet for the first two days (weekdays) then busier at the weekend but we managed to do everything we wanted to do on the quiet days and then just soaked up the fantastic Christmas atmosphere which was only added to by real snow!

Although I feel that the Florida parks have more atmosphere and polite/helpful staff, it felt very festive and that's what I wanted - to see Disney at Christmas. It was very cold (below freezing) and it snowed (both not usual in November I understand). The effect would just not be the same in the warmth of Florida

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Address: Disneyland Paris, B.P. 115, Marne-la-Vallee, Ile-de-France, 77777, France