Disneyland Paris is giving superhero fans plenty to get excited about with a new sneak peek inside its upcoming Marvel themed hotel.
The theme park has previously teased fans with images of one of the hotel rooms, but now it has also offered a glimpse inside the impressive lobby where guests will be greeted with heaps of incredible artwork and swish interiors that would make Tony Stark proud.
Josh D’Amaro, Chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, unveiled the new images during a talk at IAAPA’s Virtual Education Conference, which showcase a rendering of what the finished lobby will look like, as well as a black-and-white image of the work in progress.
Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel will be a four-star hotel which will be decked out to look like a ‘New York art gallery’ filled with one of the largest collections of Marvel artwork in the world.
In fact, there will be over 300 items on display including some exclusive and never-before-seen pieces.
It’s not the only Marvel offering the theme park is working on – Disneyland Paris is also set to get a brand new Avengers themed land, complete with a Spider-Man ride.
The new land will be decked out to look just like an Avengers campus complete with a themed restaurant, as well as appearances from heroes including Black Widow, Ant-Man and The Wasp, Doctor Strange, the Guardians of the Galaxy, and Iron Man.
As for the new ride? Named WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure, riders will be able to board vehicles and help Spider-Man take control of an army of Spider-Bots that have taken over Avengers Campus.
Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel was originally due to open in 2020 but this has been delayed due to the pandemic – and at the moment, the park hasn’t confirmed a new opening date.
Due to the ongoing pandemic and a second national lockdown in France, Disneyland Paris announced in October that it would be temporarily closing its doors.
However, the resort says it hopes to be open for the Christmas holiday season between the 19th December and 3rd January.
Currently it also plans to be temporarily closed from the 4th January through to the 12th February 2021.