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Disney Village gets “Next step” info released.

Disneyland Paris has announced exciting news for fans of the Disney Village. The area, which is known for its dining, shopping, and entertainment options, is set to undergo a significant transformation, and the next step is right around the corner.

The transformation was first announced in 2022, and the upcoming addition of Rosalie, a new restaurant inspired by traditional Parisian brasseries, is just the beginning. The restaurant is set to open at the end of the year near Lake Disney, and it promises to offer guests a unique and unforgettable dining experience.

But that's not all. The entire adjoining block of buildings, spanning almost 200 metres, will be completely transformed to include refreshed shopping experiences. The construction work, which is scheduled to take approximately two years to complete, will be carried out in two phases to minimise the impact on guest experience at Disney Village.

The first phase, set to begin in early 2024 and continue until the following autumn, will include the transformation of Disney Fashion, Disney Fashion Jr, and The Disney Gallery. These shops, which will benefit from large, transparent windows to make them more visible from the main promenade, will be complete with new facades and interior designs that showcase the magic and wonder of Disney.

The second phase of the transformation will include the refurbishment of the remaining buildings, including the Sports Bar and Cafe Mickey. The goal of the transformation is to create a more immersive and magical experience for guests, and the new designs and experiences promise to deliver just that.

Disneyland Paris is known for its attention to detail, and this transformation of the Disney Village is no exception. The new designs and experiences promise to transport guests to a magical world of Disney, and we can't wait to see the final result. Stay tuned to The Disneyland View for more updates as the transformation progresses.


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