Disneyland Paris is set to implement a raft of new digital services to its app in a bid to "enhance" its guests’ experiences.
A new online check-in feature will allow visitors to start registration from their phones and get a text message when their room is ready.
Guests can also choose to purchase "Disney Premier Access" via the app when it launches later this summer.
The service will allow people to book an assigned time slot for multiple attractions with prices starting from €8 per person, per ride, depending on the attraction and day of use – removing the need to queue.
Via the app, guests will also soon be able to use the "Food Hub" feature, which allows users to search and book Disney-operated restaurants months in advance.
Guests staying at Disney’s Hotel New York - The Art of Marvel can utilise "Super Hero Station Mobile Booking" to reserve a meeting with Spider-Man.
The new additions come in alongside the "Standyby Pass", which debuted in October 2020, giving guests the ability to spend part of their wait time outside of the physical queue for a ride.
Juliette Bron, vice president of digital and data, said guests can expect "seamless experiences" with the new technology.
"The return of Standby Pass, the introduction of Disney Premier Access and each new digital enhancement across our parks and hotels is part of our commitment to provide innovative products and services that take into consideration ongoing feedback and not only meet, but exceed the expectations of our guests," Bron added.