Disney's Hotel Cheyenne© Easyvoyage
Welcome to the wonderful world of the Wild West and its friendly cowboys. At the Hotel Cheyenne, leave your Colts at reception and take your hats off in front of the ladies. Really, show some good manners. You will have gotten by now that the theme of this hotel will delight boys of all ages! Very convincing, the decor has been well thought-out. There's no fuss, just coherence in the theme. In short, this establishment is especially suited for families with a modest budget.
Disney's Hotel Cheyenne is in the township of Marne-La-Vallée, east of Paris. To reach it from Paris you just have to take the RER A. Otherwise, there is a TGV train station in Marne-La-Vallée with connections to London, Lille, Strasbourg and even the Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle airport. Disney's Hotel Cheyenne is located next to Disney Lake, approximately 15 minutes from the Disney parks and their attractions. It is also possible to reach the parks using the free shuttle which stops in front of the hotel.
A free shuttle will take you to the Disney parks.
The Hotel Cheyenne was built in 1992 at the same time as the opening of Disneyland Paris. It is aimed at a family clientele. Here, the atmosphere is the Wild West! Your boys won't know where to turn their heads, what with the saloon, banks, cowboys, Indians, stage coaches, etc. A replica of an entire town from the Wild West was recreated for this hotel. The bank, the saloon, the grocer and the sheriff's house: the guest rooms are found in these colourful buildings. Guests stroll along streets with names like John Wayne and Billy the Kid. Without forgetting the country music to complete the atmosphere. Arriving in the lobby you will immediately be plunged into the atmosphere: a huge stone fireplace, omnipresent dark wood, a saloon, a wooden counter with a staircase behind it leading to the rooms (except that here it is just part of the decor; the real guest rooms are in the various small buildings around the town). Children will find a playground in the park and discover, here and there, a stage coach, teepees, etc. On the other hand, there is no sauna, gym or swimming pool at the Hotel Cheyenne. This is fairly logical though, since cowboys didn't really have time to relax (except at the saloon) or do these kinds of sport;, instead, they were amateurs of horse-riding. Your future little John Waynes will be able to discover the joys of an epic saga on a pony.
Horseshoes on the doors to bring good luck. There is only one type of guest room and it has a king-size bed and bunk beds. They are thus ideal for families. A baby bed can be added. The decoration, still following the theme of the Wild West, is simple and rather pleasant. The lamp in the shape of a boot adds an original touch. Wood is an omnipresent element (furniture, mirror, etc.). You won't find an air-conditioner but rather a fan. The rooms, simple, functional, and sure to delight your toddlers, are more than satisfactory. The bathrooms are equipped with a bathtub that should soon be replaced with a shower. Inside, the theme is still cowboys.
To regain your strength after a long day on a horse, head for the Chuck Wagon Cafe, a favourite restaurant of the cowboys. Here, breakfast is served as an all-you-can-eat buffet while for lunch and dinner you have the choice of a menu with grilled meats or Tex-Mex cuisine, or also a buffet based on Western and international cuisine. Two separate rooms welcome Indians and cowboys, without discrimination. The decor continues in the theme of the Wild West: omnipresent wood, horse saddles, lanterns, ladders, rifles, bull heads, carriage wheels, etc. The buffet is laid out in a space which looks like a village of the Wild West. The stage coaches are also used as display cases. A terrace offers the opportunity to eat outside when duels are not being improvised in the street. The saloon, with either piano or country music playing in the background, is a great place to enjoy some cocktails and other drinks. There is, of course, a fireplace in the middle of the room and horse saddles are used as seats. On some nights you can expect to hear live country music, do some karaoke, or participate in a quiz. That's what keeps these naughty boys busy. A terrace means that any duels that arise may be taken outside.
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