Disneyland Paris, already a sizeable park, is due to double in size and scope, bringing a new rides and experiences and possibly a third park to the French capital. Inside the Magic looked at this great news.
The Telegraph recently reported that Disney will create more than 1,000 new jobs at its Disneyland Resort in Paris, expanding the resort’s hotels and even possibly adding a third theme park. As a result, Disney hopes to double the resort’s capacity and triple the number of on-site hotel rooms. Disneyland Paris is Europe’s most popular travel destination, so it’s no wonder that Disney will want to provide even more magic to twice as many guests.
Currently, the Disney resort in France consists of two theme parks, Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park, as well as six on-site hotels and two nature-themed resorts. The Telegraph reported that a consultation with Disney stated the company’s plans to “[double] theme park visitor capacity by opening new attractions in the two existing parks and possibly building a third theme park.”