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    7/22: The Hotels of Disneyland Paris - Part V

    Ian offers a concise and honest look at your choices - Part Five of Six, Disney's Hotel Cheyenne. Discuss it here!
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    Re: 7/22: The Hotels of Disneyland Paris - Part Five

    Nice article - I've always felt that the Cheyenne would be a great place to stay if you're visting with kids. The themeing is some of the best I've seen for a hotel (Paris or otherwise), and it seems to balance budget/magic very well.


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    Re: 7/22: The Hotels of Disneyland Paris - Part Five

    Quote Originally Posted by PeaJay18
    Nice article - I've always felt that the Cheyenne would be a great place to stay if you're visting with kids. The themeing is some of the best I've seen for a hotel (Paris or otherwise), and it seems to balance budget/magic very well.
    Thanks. I really like the Cheyenne when I visit with my Nephew, but as he gets older I think the Sequoia Lodge will be better for us.

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    Re: 7/22: The Hotels of Disneyland Paris - Part Five

    Thanks for this series of articles, Ian. I have never been able to get a good sense of what the Paris DL hotels were like anywhere else online. You've done a great job photographing them and summing up their good and bad points. When I finally get to go myself, I will be referring to these articles to help me make up my mind. Thanks again!

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    Re: 7/22: The Hotels of Disneyland Paris - Part Five

    Well there is one more part to go (Santa Fe) and then you can see them all.
    I hope to have the last part up by the end of August.

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    Re: 7/22: The Hotels of Disneyland Paris - Part Five

    Love the look of the relaxed atmosphere at the Hotel Cheyenne. The General Store, Chuck Wagon Café and Red Garter Saloon are cool...talk about theming! The playground and pony rides for kids should be nice as well.

    If I wanted to go for a swim, the Rio Grande River sounds like an inviting option. Should I desire to lounge inside a jacuzzi, an attempt to sneak into a pool at another hotel would be sure to land me in hot water!

    Seriously, the 10 to 15 minute walt thru gardens and past the lake is one of the things I would adamantly enjoy doing. Nothing like a walk thru gorgeous vistas, listening to the songs of birds, etc. - especially while on the way to a Disney park.
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    Re: 7/22: The Hotels of Disneyland Paris - Part Five

    The hotel looks lame! And where were all the people? It looks like no one was there!
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    Re: 7/22: The Hotels of Disneyland Paris - Part Five

    Well I can assure you it is not lame at all.

    As to there being few people in the shots, that is because I always go out of my way to make sure there are as few people as possible in my photographs. If you look back at other stories I have written on MiceAge and MousePlanet you will see that.

    I sometimes wait 10-15 mins to get a shot that has few people, they are usually much better and it lets you see what the actual location looks like without the clutter of people. I also took the Cheyenne photos in the afternoon, at that time of day most people are in the parks and not wandering round the hotels.

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