30 Interesting Disneyland Paris Facts and Statistics (2019)

In my latest Disney stat post, I take a look at some interesting Disneyland Paris facts and statistics. I hope you Enjoy!

Disneyland Paris Facts and Statistics

Photo by Sean MacEntee

I recently sat down to find out more about one of Disney’s most controversial theme parks- Disneyland Paris (formerly Euro Disney). Here are the more interesting Disneyland Paris statistics and facts I was able to dig up. As always, I will be adding more and updating these periodically as I find new stuff. Be sure to check back regularly.

Please note that some of these numbers are easier to find than others, so some of these are based on news reports and not official company tallies. All Disneyland Paris facts are linked to their source unless it was sent to me directly from the company. No stat listed  should be considered in making any type of investment decision. In other words: This is the best I can find, but I don’t guarantee anything.

Disneyland Paris Facts and Statistics

What year did Disneyland Paris open:

1992 (as Euro Disney Resort)


Where is Disneyland Paris located?

Mame-la-Vallee, France


Amount of time it took to build Disneyland Paris:

roughly 4 years


When did Euro Disney become Disneyland Paris:

1995


Year that Walt Disney Studios Park opened:

2002


Walt Disney Studios Park was originally supposed to be named Disney-MGM Studios Paris.


 Amount of land that makes up Disneyland Paris:

5,510 acres

Last updated 10/1/16


Number of Disney-owned hotels at Disneyland Paris:

7

(Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Hotel New York, Disney’s Newport Bay Club, Disney’s Sequoia Lodge, Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne, Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe and Disney’s Davy Crockett ranch)


Number of rooms at Disneyland Paris hotels owned by Disney:

5,800 rooms

Last updated 10/1/16


Number of rooms at Disneyland Paris hotels not owned by Disney:

2,700 rooms

Last updated 10/1/16


Size of Disneyland Paris’ Disney Village:

500,000 square feet


Number of Disneyland Paris visitors (all time):

320 million

Last updated 3/2/17


Amount of value Disneyland Paris has added to the French economy:

€68 billion

Last updated 6/12/17


Amount of state revenues Disneyland Paris has contributed:

€7.1 billion

Last updated 3/2/17


Average number of jobs Disneyland Paris generates each year:

56,000 jobs

Last updated 3/2/17


Number of Disneyland Paris cast members:

15,000

Last updated 3/2/17


Number of different nationalities employed by Disneyland Paris:

100

Last updated 3/2/17


Number of different languages spoken by Disneyland Paris cast members:

20

Last updated 3/2/17


Disney’s ownership share of Disneyland Paris:

81%

Last updated 10/1/16


Disneyland Paris attendance total for 2015:

10.4 million


Disneyland Paris attendance total for 2014:

9.9 million


Amount of water recycled daily at Disneyland Paris:

475,000 gallons


Number of restaurants in Disneyland Paris’ Downtown Villiage:

15

Last updated 6/12/17


Amount of meeting and seminar space at Disneyland Paris:

95 meeting rooms and 516,000 sq ft of space


4 million people rode the new Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalment Toquee de Remy ride in its first year.


Number of trees in Disneyland Paris:

35,000


Number of shrubs in Disneyland Paris:

450,000


Height of Disneyland Paris’ Twilight Zone Tower of Terror ride:

13 stories


Number of meals served annually at Disneyland Paris:

20 million meals

Last updated 6/12/17

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About the Author

Craig Smith
I am founder and editor of DisneyNews.us. My passion for all things Disney goes pretty far back but was deepened by two semi-recent developments: 1) The birth of my son (who is now 7 years old and can't get enough Disney); and 2) Disney’s purchase of Lucasfilm/Star Wars (did I mention I was a super Star Wars geek?) I recently came to the realization that I spent a significant portion of my day reading articles about Disney and watching it with my son, so it only made sense that I would start sharing some of what I read and see and building a little community around it. Other interests include Disney, Sports, 80's Nostalgia, LEGO, Star Wars and Tech Gadgets. Other sites include DMR and VideoGamesStats.com.

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