As the budget cuts implemented by the CEO of The Walt Disney Company Bob Chapek, continue to impact The Parks, Experiences and Products division. The latest victim is Golf Disneyland Paris at the Disneyland Paris resort in France.
The popular golf club at Disneyland Paris, owned by Euro Disney SCA, is to be stripped of it’s Disneyland Paris branding and transferred to a third-party company to operate.
Located on Rue de la Mare Houleuse, Magny-le-Hongre, adjacent to the Radisson Blu Hotel and Marriott’s Village d’ll-de-France, the Golf Disneyland Paris complex is home to three 9-hole golf courses and includes ‘The Club House’ building that houses the Pro-Shop and Club House Grill restaurant and bar.
Golf Disneyland Paris looses its Disney branding on 1 January 2022.
French hotel group Park & Suites has announced it’s newest Appart City development will be located in Disneyland Paris. The four-star apartment hotel Appart City Val d’ Europe, will be built next to Golf Disneyland and is expected to open in late 2016.
The hotel will have 186 apartments that will later be complemented by a development of 22 villas in the heart of the 27-hole Disney themed golf course. The complex will also be equipped with a restaurant, a golf simulator and a fitness area .
“With this new building we are pleased to offer a luxury establishment, with remarkable architecture in the heart of Golf Disneyland. The brand Appart City gives values of quality and inventiveness that will provide the best services to a large selection of leisure customers, ” said Francis Borezée – Vice President Real Estate Development and Tourism – Euro Disney S.C.A.
Park & Suites Group – Appart City currently operates a network of 117 hotels across France which range from 2 to 4 star.