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Disney Newport Bay Club at Disneyland Paris Review

My family and I were very fortunate to travel to Paris, and we couldn’t pass up a trip to Disneyland Paris while there! We decided to stay at the Disney Newport Bay Club which is one of the property's Deluxe resort hotels. We purchased a vacation package and stayed for two nights. The amazing thing is that if you stay for 2 nights it includes a 3 day park hopper which allows you to park hop from Disneyland and Walt Disney Studios.
Newport Bay Club is designed with a New England and nautical theme. It reminded me of the Yacht Club at Walt Disney World. It is a 15 minute walk to the parks which walks you straight towards their version of Downtown Disney. The walk didn't seem like it was 15 minutes away.
When you arrive to the hotel, your luggage needs to go through security and you have to walk through metal detectors. The lobby is spacious and there is an indoor pool and outdoor pool. Even though the pools were heated, we didn't go in swimming as it was really chilly when we went in March.

The rooms were a comfortable size while comparing it to the rooms in Europe. For our family of five, we had to get two rooms to fit everyone. Each room had two beds that were smaller in size than a queen bed. The decor was simple but with a touch of Mickey on the headboards and on the pictures on the walls.
Overall this hotel resort was very convenient and affordable. It's located right across from the new Marvel Hotel and within walking distance to the parks. I would definitely stay here again.
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