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Disney Village to Receive Overdue Refurbishment

The current state of Disney Village (Disneyland Paris’ version of Downtown Disney/Disney Springs) isn’t up to Disney’s standards. It features a mix-match of designs ranging from the colourful poppy style of the 90s to a cartoonish art-deco. It also falters with its maintenance, which is why a refurbishment is long overdue.

Concept artwork for the new Disney Village. Source: Disney.

But Disney has finally announced that the area will be given a phased refurbishment which will see a complete transformation of the area with new dining options and refreshed shopping and entertainment offerings.

Concept artwork for Rosalie at Disney Village. Source: Disney.

Disney Village is an integral part of the resort. It serves as the entrance to most Disneyland Paris hotels, and Disney will make it even grander by adding a lakeside park and boardwalk, enhanced walkways, terraces and patios.

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The first phase of the refurbishment will be the replacement of the Cafe Mickey restaurant with Rosalie, a contemporary French brasserie. The two-floored restaurant will have 500 seats and will celebrate renowned French “Art de Vivre”.

Also part of the major €2 billion expansion of Disneyland Paris is a new Frozen-themed land at Walt Disney Studios Park, which has just started construction!

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