Disneyland Paris has unveiled more details of the upcoming Marvel hotel set to debut in 2020 – including the logo, concept art and new details.
Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel is undergoing renovation to add Iron Man, The Avengers, and Spider-Man to the elegant Big-Apple-themed hotel.
Disney’s Hotel New York first opened in 1992, and since has welcomed millions of guests. The transformation represents the most significant in its existence.
Martina Sardelli, Vice President Operations Hotels & Disney Village, said: “It is a new chapter, marked by unforgettable memories, both for our guests who stayed there and for all our Cast Members who worked there. Disneyland Paris always keeps moving forward, to be at the forefront and exceed expectations. It is precisely this taste for innovation and this avant-garde spirit that we celebrate today.”
The hotel will be luxury and contemporary Manhattan establishment with interior design in the style of Tony Stark and the Avengers Headquarters.
Unique art hotel
The “Art of Marvel” will be showcased with limited editions adorning the walls of rooms and suites, as well as art from the Marvel universe including comic book covers, posters, concept art from films, storyboards, production design, props, original sketches, media, and more.
The hotel will feature 476 standard rooms, 65 executive rooms and 8 standard suites. The room interiors will include a colour palette reminiscent of the Iron Man suit and art featuring Marvel Super Heroes. There will be one-of-a-kind suites themed around Marvel Super Heroes and New York City themes.
Disneyland Paris’ €2bn expansion was announced in February. It includes renovating existing areas for Marvel and expanding the park to add Frozen and Star Wars areas, in addition to new attractions, shops and restaurants around a centrepiece lake.
The extension has been under consideration since Euro Disney was originally built in Marne la Vallée. The Walt Disney Studios Park was originally built in 2002 and this expansion will complete the park.
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