Many Disney fans have been feeling hopeful about a decrease in Disney Park and Disney Resorts’ high prices, now that former CEO Bob Iger is back — but apparently, price increases are not quite so easy to abolish in every Disney location at such a fast pace. The former CEO Bob Iger is back in his role, and he did already bring Genie+ down to a more reasonable price than the Disney service had been calling for — but in one Disney Resort, prices are still on the ride (and so is Disney discontent instead of Disney magic).
In Disneyland Paris Resort (which is a Disney Resort that has already seen some protests from Disneyland Paris fans who found fault with the Disney Resort’s reservation system), dining only continues to get more expensive. We already knew that Walt Disney World Resort Guests and Disneyland Guests were very unhappy about the cost of their meals — especially when some restaurants have also removed favorites from their menus or decreased portion sizes dramatically — and apparently, the situation is only worsening across the pond!
In Disneyland Paris Resort, the restaurants and dining locations called Silver Spur + Captain Jack’s, Lucky Nugget, Manhattan, and Agrabah Café have all increased their prices by between two and six euros. Manhattan is a dining establishment whose price has increased by six euros. Meals now range, in these restaurants, between €22 and €55.
This is a hefty sum for many Disney Guests, regardless of which country they are in, and a few more restaurants have even higher prices per person! Auberge has increased its price by 16 euros, making its cost between €79 and €95, while Walt’s now costs an additional 13 euros and ranges between €42 and €55.
The restaurant for Ratatouille fans called Chez Rémy also had a 13-euro increase, costing between €42 and €55 going forward. Disneyland Paris Resort ticket prices also recently increased, just like the Disneyland ticket prices and Walt Disney World Resort ticket prices recently did.
Disney fans might be over the moon about CEO Bob Iger and his return (not to mention the exit of former CEO Bob Chapek), but the price increases in Disneyland Paris Resort serve as a timely reminder of how slowly progress might come when it comes the many price increases that Disney has been adopting as of late!
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