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Chessy: Disneyland Paris unveils the future transformation of Disney Village

For its 30th anniversary, Disneyland Paris will be renovating Disney Village and unveiling some images this Monday, March 21, 2022. (©Disneyland Paris)

In 2022, Disney Village is also celebrating its 30th anniversary. This space in Chessy will soon be transformed into a Gaumont cinema, shops and restaurants. The first change in 2023, with a new brewery in place of the current Café Mickey. However, its complete renovation will take several years.

On Monday March 21, 2022, Disneyland Paris gave the first glimpse of the future Disney Village. The complex, located between two parks, has finally begun to double in size and is within reach 40,000 m2. As part of the 30e In addition to the anniversary, innovation in the show, Disneyland Paris has launched a major renovation plan many years.

With Sleeping Beauty Castle, hotel renovations and, this summer, the opening of Walt Disney Studios Park’s first extension with the Avengers Campus, the destination is undergoing a makeover. And he doesn’t forget Disney Village.

The future face of Disney Village

Disneyland Paris President, Natacha Rafalski, is excited about this upcoming transformation:

We are excited to enrich Disney Village with new iconic and timeless concepts. We look forward to surprising and delighting our visitors with all these innovations.

Natasha Rafalsky

In the innovation menu, Destination promises “Complete New visual identity ” and new experience Interesting”.

In particular, with lakeside promenades, decorated walkways and new facades, Disney Village will have new spaces “thanks to the innovative ideas offered by the world’s most interesting brands”.

In Disney Village, facing the lake, Cafe Mickey will disappear into Rosalie, inspired by Parisian brasseries.
In Disney Village, facing the lake, Cafe Mickey will disappear into Rosalie, inspired by Parisian brasseries. (©Disneyland Paris)

Café Mickey turns into a French brasserie: Rosalie

Mickey Cafe should start working towards the end of the year. It will be replaced by a contemporary French brasserie: Rosalie Its management was entrusted to the Groupe Bertrand, owners of several well-known Parisian brasseries. This new concept announced by Disneyland Paris should make it possibleExpand catering offerings And cater to customers looking for French cuisine.

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On two floors, the restaurant will have 500 seats and three terraces with lake views. In a Parisian brasserie setting, Rosalie will offer table service Traditional French cuisine and a counter for the take-out sale of products from the bakery (pastries, pastries, sandwiches and salads).

“We are confident that this restaurant, with its unique and family-friendly location, will enrich the visitor experience,” concluded Laure Alboy, Disneyland Paris’ vice-president of commercial strategy and integration.

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