MagicALL – Disneyland Paris updates disability access policy.

Disneyland Paris has today published the resorts updated disability access policy entitled MagicALL which comes into force on 3 December 2021.

The controversial new disability access policy sees the launch the new Priority Card and Easy Access Card and the removal of free caregiver park tickets to those who require a full time caregiver.

You will however be able to send your medication certificate in advance online to Disneyland Paris upto a month before your stay for review.

Unfortunately you will still be required to bring these documents with you in person to City Hall or to the Concierge Desk or the Reception Desk of your Disney hotel to receive your Priority Card or Easy Access Card.

In a statement published on the resorts website Disneyland Paris has said they are committed to providing a magical experience for all their Guests.

MagicALL is an approach to accessibility that is intended to empower those with disabilities and special needs through a collection of offerings and services provided for Guests, Cast Members and the community.

The resort will apparently continue to address a diverse range of disabilities and special needs – including hearing, mental motor and visual – to deliver an exceptional guest experience.

Disney says MagicALL will encompasses how they think about their attractions, entertainment, shopping, dining, hotels, transportation and even booking process, with dedicated Cast Members to provide support every step of the way.

Further information can be found on the Disneyland Paris website at:

https://www.disneylandparis.com/en-gb/guest-services/accessibility-at-disneylandparis/

Cast Members Demonstrate at Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris Cast Members from the CGT Union were demonstrating in Parc Disneyland yesterday (Tuesday 9 November 2021) in an ongoing dispute over the French government’s reform to unemployment benefits.

The demonstration held in front of the Castle is part of a continuing campaign of action by leading French trade unions including the CGT, FO, Solidaires and the FSU who are calling for all workers across the public and private sectors, as well as students, to down tools on Tuesdays.

The CFDT, which has the largest Cast Member membership of any trade union at Disneyland Paris, has not called upon its members to strike.

Disney+ Day at Disneyland Paris

On Friday 12th November Disney+ Day is coming to Disneyland Paris with a special celebration taking place at the Walt Disney Studios Park.

Park guests can strut the blue carpet in true Hollywood style, stopping along the way for selfies with Disney Characters dressed in blue for the occasion.

Relax in Studio 1 at the Golden Age of Hollywood themed Restaurant en Coulisse – and indulge in a complimentary Disney+ Day-inspired treat offered with each menu item purchased.

Disney+ Day photo locations will be available with special Character appearances (both in-person and virtual); and to culminate the celebration, enjoy Walt Disney Studios Park for an 30 extra minutes with a grand finale illuminating Hollywood Tower Hotel in blue.