I stayed here with my family in a 3 bed house as we were visiting Disneyland Paris and this was only a short 10 minute drive to and from the park.
The house was very large and very clean and had all of the mod cons that you would need.
The only downside would be that the bar was expensive but that would not deter me from staying there again and recommending this village to others.
Bev from Newport Gwent
This family-friendly residence is located in Bailly-Romainvilliers (Disneyland Paris), close to Golf Disneyland Paris …More
We arrived in the early hrs of the morning and the staff were very welcoming. They took great detail in explaining all the extras that were available. The rooms were ideal as a base as we were out sight seeing during the day. There's a lovely little Patisserie / cafe on the corner that opened early and closed late evening .A little tip for visiting Disney. The bus stops are always full so jump on the bus going TO !!! the bus station and stay on . The bus turns round back to the full bus stops / crowds and you have already got your self a seat on a what will be a full bus :-) The only thing I was disappointed with was that both of the treadmills were broken .
Virginia from Hudds Uk
This family-friendly residence is located in Serris (Disneyland Paris), close to Aquarium Sea Life Paris, La Vallee Outlet …More
"First Disneyland Paris Trip - will not be the last"
Don't go the weekend before Christmas! It was still great, but parks got very busy. Fortunately, staying in the Disneyland hotel gets you access to the parks from 8am, two hours before they are open to the general public. WELL worth getting up early for this. We could walk straight on to any of the rides (but be warned, not all rides are open in both parks at this time). It was fine for us though.
Book dinner well in advance - and be prepared for the cost - it is NOT cheap.
But, we had a great night at the California Grill on the Friday night. Then we booked Waltz for the Saturday night as it was close to the Xmas finale. Booked for 8pm (show at 10pm). We were 8 minutes late....and didn't get seated until 9. Needless to say, we had not finished our meals, and could not have got anywhere near the parade by the time we finished at 10:15. Very upset we missed the show. Very snotty receptionist - we couldn't even get a drink downstairs as the bar was upstairs and we didn't have a table yet!! I am sure the world would have ended had they brought the drinks downstairs. So, go to Disneyland, do not go to Waltz. It was a shame as the food was actually quite good.
No offer of any kind of goodwill gesture or apology either! Maybe just a bad night, but the quality of a place is measured by how well it does when things are not going well, not when everything is running smoothly. We tried not to let it spoil our trip. Just wont eat there next time! Nor should you! ;-)
James from London
Located at the entrance of the fairytale world of Disneyland® Park, this hotel boasts the lavish style of a Victorian …More
We stayed for 5 nights this November 2014, it was a great base for Disneyland there was a free shuttle to and from the Disney parks at convient times all day. It is also around the corner from a massive shopping centre plus the train station where you can get a train straight to the centre of Paris in 35-40minutes.
Melissa from Glasgow
This Hausmmannian-style hotel is located at Serris in Val d'Europe centre opposite a shopping mall and designer outlet …More
We checked in around 10pm but there are very good English speaker and he was very welcoming.
I like quite hard bed so I slept very nicely and comfortably 2 nights but for my husband, it was a bit too hard.
The hotel locate less than 30 seconds from train station and very easy to find. Their breakfast is a bit expensive but there is very friendly popular bakery in front of station so no worries.
I highly recommend this hotel and would like to stay there again.
Duffy from London
This family-friendly hotel is located in Bussy-Saint-Georges (Disneyland Paris), close to Bussy-Guermantes Golf Course and …More
Bearing in mind I paid £550 for flights and hotel for 2 adults and 2 kids in Oct half term, I wasn't expecting luxury when we arrived and anticipated that the hotel wouldn't be as nice as their website photos depicted it to be. I was very pleasantly surprised and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it. Luxury for the price.
Very clean, very nice décor & facilities, pleasant staff who automatically spoke English when detecting my poor French (!) and they were helpful. Room was an average size - a little cramped when sofa bed was being used for kiddies but that was ok, small fridge, safe, etc. Breakfast was lovely; cereals, breads & pastries, ham, cheese, yoghurts, fruit salads, cooked foods eg scrambled eggs, bacon, sausages and plenty of variety of drinks aswell. Restaurant served decent food in evening that wouldn't break the bank.
The hotel is situated off the main motorway out of Paris to Marnee Valee where Eurodisney is situated (ony 15 mins drive away) therefore not really the type of hotel you would choose if you wanted to take a scenic walk around it. There is a bus stop about 50 metres away from it but we didn't use it so no idea whether the buses run frequently. Only book if you're definitely hiring a car.
From Paris CDG airport this was fantastically situated - straight down the A104 for about 25 mins - very easy to find hotel. Again, another really easy drive to Eurodisney appr 15 mins.
Family of 4 from UK
This family-friendly hotel is located in Collegien (Disneyland Paris), close to Bay 2, Bussy-Guermantes Golf Course, and …More
We spent 3 nights here so that we could visit Disneyland. Great hotel for this. Hotel provides a shuttle bus which takes you to Disneyland or shopping centre throughout the day. Our only problem was finding the bus to get to the hotel once we arrived at Disneyland train stn. We eventually found out that we had to enter Disney village and exit it at the other end, where the shuttle bus picks you up at a roundabout. Not a problem once we knew where to go. The hotel serves a lovely breakfast buffet, and we just ate in the Disney village during the day. The restaurants are expensive however there are sandwich bars and a McDonald's where you can get food at reasonable rates about 8 euros per head. Just get your basics such as tea, coffee, milk, bread and spreads for snacks in the hotel as there is no food apart from breakfast. There is some good pizza / pasta delivery. Leaflets at the front desk. Apartment was clean and comfortable. Good choice of hotel.
aud from london
This family-friendly residence is located in Montevrain (Disneyland Paris), close to Disneyland® Paris, Aquarium Sea Life …More