Mercure Paris Roissy Charles De Gaulle Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

1 Allee du Verger, 95700 Roissy, France
Mercure Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle
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Costs 50% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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by mummy1234

family of six(two parents,uncle,teenager and 5 and 8 year old) staying at disney land paris for six days.Using disneyland as our base we will go to the park most days but would love some suggestions for a couple of day trips into paris,like what to see,where to eat anything really.Want it to be an outstanding trip for my family as i dont know when we will be back.

Re: disneyland

by tmpaca

If Paris is not important for you take the train (RER), go to the center of Paris, take a sightseeing bus for 3 hours in Paris (Parisvision for example) who pass by all "must seen" places of the city. To eat anything really (I dont know what it can be)choice the next self service for not loosing time and go back to Disney. That would be a great experience.

Re: disneyland

by tango_jd

Yes the RER station in Paris Disneyland is right next to the main gates and it takes 40 - 60 minutes to get to the centre of Paris.
This is RER line A which can take you to Gare De Lyon.
However, my suggestion for one trip would be to take the train to Chatelet/Les Halles station which is near to Notre Dame and start a walking tour from there.
(See my Paris page for "My favourite walk - Notre Dame to Champs Elysees")
After Notre Dame, you could take-in the Stravinsky Fountain, Louvre, Tulleries Gardens and end-up at the Eiffel Tower or Champs Elysees whichever you decide - or any number of "sights" along the way.
Go-up the towers at Notre Dame, have an ice-cream in the Tulleries Gardens and you are sure to keep the kids happy as well as getting lots of photo-opportunities.

Re: disneyland

by tango_jd

Oh - another idea...... depending on the weather you might like a trip to the The Parc des Buttes Chaumont. Huge park with walkways and bridges along limestone cliffs, a boating lake (and ice-cream again!)
Or the canal trip through the tunnel to the Parc de la Villette.

Re: disneyland

by Martinewezel

There are special combi RER (train)+ metro tickets available for a whole day in Paris, visits not included. It takes about 40 minutes to get there. Lots of things can be visited without entrance fee, such as Montmartre, the Sacré Coeur, a view of the Eiffel Tower (the queues to the elevators can be huge), the Notre Dame... Of course a ride with a sightseeing bus is nice too.

If you have a car, you might like to visit the castle Vaux-le-Vicomte. A VERY beautiful castle in the countryside. Versailles has been built after this one.

If you like to take a step back in time, the town and castle of Blandy-les-Tours is another must see in the area, not too far from Disneyland. The castle is right in the middle of the town.

And then of course: PROVINS, a beauty! Go there! You won't regret. Especially in Spring and in Summer, there are lots of Medieval activities. The town has fabulous ramparts.

There are pages about these things here on VT. You can check them out.
Have a nice trip!

Travel Tips for Paris

Paris - Dinning Tips

by Parisforless

Here's a tip to avoid some embarrassing confusion. In France, a "restaurant" is for a whole meal, which means never order just a salad . If you're not very hungry and just want a salad, a sandwich, or an omelet, head for a "brasserie". In general, if the table which is covered with a tablecloth, it has been set up for a meal (and for the French, a meal is not a sandwich!). In a brasserie, for example, if you just want a sandwich, head for the "tableclothless" tables!
Prix-fixe menu du jour (several courses) or the plat du jour , made from the best buys at the daily market is the most economical choice. For a free glass of water with your meal, request une carafe d'eau.

Just walk around the city!...

by Tinuvielle

Just walk around the city! Paris is a very nice place to walk and look at every beautiful things their is! Great architecture and buildings, museums of every kind, the Seine and surprises everywhere! French bread... ah... there is nothing like it!!

The Pompidou Center (Centre...

by eladr

The Pompidou Center (Centre Pompidou in French) is one of the most spectacular buildings of Paris. It was designed by architects Renzo Piano (from Italy) and Richard Rodgers (from the UK) to bring art and culture to the man in the street.
Its 1977 factory style architecture violently contrasts with the surrounding houses of Paris' oldest district near the Hotel de Ville. You like the Pompidou Center or you don't, but you will not forget it with its glass facade, its external stairs (below on the picture) and the red, blue and green external pipes on the rear facade.
In fact, the Pompidou Center has been a great success with its easily accessible public library, its art exhibitions and the French National Museum of Modern Art.
The Museum has large collections of paintings spanning the 20th century and including works by the most famous artists (Picasso, Braque, Max Ernst, Magritte, Chagall, Matisse, Delaunay, Kandinsky, Klee and many others). You can see above a Kandinsky painting and below a Klee Painting from the Museum's collections.
You will enjoy a splendid modern art museum, a large public library and a splendid view on Paris from a very spectacular and central building.

Place Georges Pompidou 75004 Paris
Open all days except Tuesdays from 11am to 10pm (The Museum closes at 9pm)
Ticket price: 30FF
Metro station: Chatelet les Halles
Tel 33 (0)1 44 78 12 33


by Onedragon

THIS IS A CUSTOM OF TRAVEL FOR NOT ONLY THE LOCALS OF PARIS AND FRANCE..BUT ALSO FOR THE TOURIST THAT COMES TO PARIS.....IT SEEMS TO CONNECT SO MANY ROADS TOGETHER...HOW COULD IT NOT BE A LOCAL CUSTOM ...SINCE MOST WILL PASS BY (MAYBE EVEN EVERYDAY)....THIS DESIGN OF TRIUMPH FROM YEARS AGO...1806...!! !The Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile {ahrk duh tree-ohmf' duh lay-twahl'} , the world's largest triumphal arch, forms the backdrop for an impressive urban ensemble in Paris. The monument surmounts the hill of Chaillot at the center of a star-shaped configuration of 12 radiating avenues. It is the climax of a vista seen the length of the Champs Elysées from the smaller Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel in the Tuileries gardens, and from the Obélisque de Luxor in the place de la Concorde.

On the third Thursday of...


On the third Thursday of November, tradition has it that everyone must taste the Nouveau Beaujolais wine. The inexpensive red wine usually does better abroad than at home, but on this day, folks throng to bars and cafes to drink long into the night. There's nothing more convivial than sharing a bottle with friends, and if you want to see some unbridled bacchanalianism, try the Marais neighborhood, or the Saint Germain des Pres and St Michel areas.


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Address: 1 Allee du Verger, 95700 Roissy, France