Disney’s Hotel New York is a postmodern hotel designed by Michael Graves. Its façade resembles the New York City sky line and is located nearest to Disney Village. Guest rooms offer views on either Lake Disney or the hotel parking lot (some of these rooms have a distant view on Disneyland Park).
Inside the hotel, many references to New York City can be found. Paintings and drawings of apples can be found throughout the hotel, as well as many 1930-1950’s photographs of the famous city. The hotel towers and convention center meeting rooms are named after New York neighborhoods and locations.
Hotel New York features a 5,000 m² convention center with 55 meetings rooms and 2 grand ballrooms. On high capacity days, guests may be asked to have breakfast in one of these meeting rooms.
Guest rooms are spacious with touches of greens, blues and reds. There are plenty of New York references in the rooms as well, that include apples, classic photographs of the city and Andy Warhol artwork.
The hotel features the restaurants Manhattan’s and Park Side Diner, the New York City Bar, an ice skating rink and a swimming pool with sauna and steambath.
There’s a photo location with New York backdrop where Disney characters will do meet ‘n’ greets in the morning. Keep your camera ready!