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A Tour of a Disneyland Hotel Superior Family Room With “Tangled” Theme (Photos, Video)

Hi everyone!

While we stayed in the Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland Paris on opening night in a Deluxe Room with a “Sleeping Beauty” theme, our friends Tom and Cindy stayed a few days later in a Superior Family Room with a “Tangled” theme – and they added us to their room reservation. So we have the Superior Family Room now to share in photos and video. The 5-star Disneyland Hotel reopened on January 25th after a royal transformation.

The Superior Family Room has 2 double beds and 1 fold-out bed or 2 double beds and 1 single sofa bed. The room sleeps up to 5 people.

Here are photos and video of the Disneyland Hotel Superior Family Room #1244! Also, check out our growing Disneyland Hotel article list, including a Disneyland Hotel Deluxe Lounge Breakfast Experience at Disneyland Paris as well as Tea Time; and reviews of La Table de Lumière and Royal Banquet. We also have a Disneyland Hotel YouTube playlist.

Our video is over 7 minutes long and takes a nice look around the room.

We entered #1244 not fully knowing what to expect after experiencing the Deluxe Room.

While our Deluxe Room was full of gold/brown colors, the Superior Family Room had much more silver. I personally prefer the silver, it is a little brighter.

Like the Deluxe Room category, the Superior Room does have portraits on the wall, but there is no canopy with magic that happens here. I think it is still very nice with these portraits.

The rooms are large (I am not sure of the square footage). As with the Deluxe Rooms, there are seats at the foot of each bed.

The “Tangled” portraits feature Flynn and Rapunzel with the floating lanterns in one portrait.

The other portrait features the castle and lanterns.

In the Superior Family Room, there is a couch that folds out into a bed in an alcove. There is also a small table. This allows for a very nice amount of extra room. Jeff and I spent quite a bit of time in this area.

Here is a look at the sofa.

It didn’t take long to make it a bed. Above it is the Tangled mirror.

There is a “Tangled” mirror that in each room. This was originally revealed in 2021 and you can find a small replica for sale in the Royal Boutique (when it is available).

Here is a look at the room from the sofa.

It was a beautiful day and we enjoyed the woodsy view.

We’ve shown the box in other room articles, it sits on the desk.

 

Guests can open up the box for coffee or tea.

There is a Lavazza coffee maker and a kettle.

Underneath is a drawer with a nice selection of Monbana hot chocolate, Lavazza coffee and Betjeman & Barton tea.

It is a nice setup. But, you’ll see that some of the drawers in the room that looked like storage aren’t – there isn’t a lot of drawer space.

The refrigerator also holds some surprises.

While we were forgotten about in our Deluxe Room for a number of things (including a starter setup of drinks/snacks), our friends did receive them.

In the refrigerator were two Vittel still waters, one San Pellegrino fizzy water, an Alain Milliat nectar and some snacks. While these would be minimally priced outside of the Disneyland Hotel, it is a nice value for inside the hotel.

This is what the television looks like on the Tangled pages of the storybook. Also, while our television said “Family”, our friends had their name on their screen – except then it changed to another name. I don’t know who this family is.

Royal icons are in this carpet as well. There is Aladdin’s lamp.

Cinderella’s slipper.

A rose from “Beauty and the Beast”.

An Apple from “Snow White”.

The bathroom is the same as what we experienced in our hotel room (except for the theme of the mirror). There is a double sink, heated towel rack and tub.

The mirror is “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” themed.

All of the dwarfs are included.

Dopey is at one corner.

The bath amenities are the same as in the Deluxe Room. There is a lotion and then items like a shower cap, makeup remover pads and such.

There is shampoo, conditioner and body was on the wall. I don’t know if there is a brand to them, it isn’t H20+ or Clarins.

The toilet is behind a door.

There are bathrobes in the closet, and a small amount of hangers.

This drawer opens up to a safe.

Included in the room are slippers, a shoe mitt and a few other items.

The “At Your Royal Service” packet includes the lunch/dinner room service menu and the breakfast room service menu.

My favorite item in the Disneyland Hotel rooms is a small notebook with Disneyland Hotel pen.

There is also a small drawer next to the bed here.

And the icons include a moon and the Tangled sun.

Here is a look at a couple of the snacks given from Maison Naja. I looked at the company website and it says that about the brand, “In France, it is now present in all palaces and in 85% of 5-star hotels”.

The snacks were very nice. All of the snacks and drinks given, from the tea to coffee to hot chocolate and more are good quality.

Here are the snacks opened.

Because we had a challenging time with our Deluxe Room experience, the Superior Family room experience in this case was indeed superior. I even joked when we booked the room that it seemed unusual to have the “Superior” name on the less expensive room, it actually can be a bit confusing.

Keep following along in the coming weeks as we post more about the Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland Paris! We spent 4 full days inside the hotel, including our Deluxe room and lounge experience, along with dining and meeting characters.

 

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