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.