Each Disney Hotel is within walking distance of the parks and has its unique theming, with matching rooms, shops, and restaurants. The restaurants in the Disney Hotels are open for breakfast and dinner for all guests, not just those staying in the hotel.
Let’s look at the hotel restaurants and what’s on the menu!
Overview of the restaurants in the Disney Hotels
The Disneyland Hotel is currently closed for refurbishment and will open somewhere in 2024. Before closing, the hotel had two restaurants:
- Inventions – an all-you-can-eat buffet with Disney characters
- California Grill – a more upscale dining experience with high-end cuisine
Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel
Even though this is a Marvel Hotel, the restaurants are inspired by the city of New York and the many cultures that reside there.
- Downtown restaurant – an all-you-can-eat buffet with Asian, Italian, and American food (pizza, pasta, hamburgers, stir fry, amongst others)
- Manhattan restaurant – an upscale Italian restaurant with flavourful meat and fish dishes, as well as some vegetarian options
Newport Bay Club
This hotel is themed after an American seaside resort which means that restaurants serve mostly seafood that you can smell from miles away.
- Cape Cod – an all-you-can-eat buffet with fresh fish and seafood
- Yacht Club – table service restaurant with mostly seafood options
Sequoia Lodge has two restaurants called Beaver Creek and Hunter’s Grill that offer the exact same menu served as an all-you-can-eat style buffet. The food is what you expect from a lodge in the mountains, with grilled meats and salmon and a big selection of desserts.
Hotel Cheyenne has just one restaurant called Chuck Wagon Café. This is a Tex-Mex BBQ restaurant with an all-you-can-eat buffet perfect for meat lovers. It’s one of the most affordable buffet restaurants in Disneyland Paris, with pretty tasty food options.
Hotel Santa Fe
Hotel Santa Fe also has just one restaurant called La Cantina. This restaurant serves an all you can eat Mexican inspired buffet with fajitas and chilli. There is also a pretty lavish dessert section with lemon meringue tart and a Cars-inspired dessert.
Davy Crockett Ranch
Not a Disney Hotel, but part of the official Disney accommodations, Davy Crockett Ranch, is a cabin resort just a few minutes from the parks. It has one large restaurant called Crockett’s Tavern. Like the previous restaurants, it serves an all-you-can-eat buffet with Tex-Mex food like ribs, roaster veal and chilli. Davy Crockett Ranch does not have a shuttle bus, so you will need a car or taxi if you want to travel to and from the parks.
Breakfast at the Disney Hotels
Each hotel on our list, with the exception of Crockett’s Tavern, is open daily for breakfast from 7:30 am until 10:30 am. During breakfast, you can eat as many croissants, pain au chocolates, fresh fruit, beans and sausages, and fresh French bread as you like. There are also hot and cold drinks, fresh fruit, waffles, pancakes, and various types of yoghurts.
Check out our review to learn more about breakfast at the Disney Hotels.