- Reviews: 836
THE NEWPORT BAY CLUB: DISNEY HOTEL
This 3* hotel is lovely, but very busy, we had rooms on the Admirsals Club floor, they were quiet, nicely furnished and the beds were very comfortable.
one gripe was the tea and coffee making facilities, we were given a voucher for them free, as we were in the Admirals Club rooms otherwise there is a charge of 8euro, the other was the 10euro surcharge for ordering room service, there are only a few channels on the TV, mostly Disney to keep the little ones quiet
a very basic continental breakfast was included in the price, book a table for your preferred breakfast time or you could have a long wait
there are two restaurants for dinner, the Yacht Club serving a la carte food [very expensive] and the Cape Cod which does a buffet dinner, pricey at 25euro for adults but the food is very good and you can eat as much as you like, again book your preferred dining time, or you may have to queue for a while, both restaurants do a childrens menu, the buffet one looked very unappetising and it seemed to be the same dishes every night
there are two bars, the Fishermans Wharf which is non smoking, and the Captains Quarters, both have comfy chairs and sofas and great views over the lake, there is wifi access in the bars
there is a health club with sauna and turkish bath, and swimming pool with jacizzi, you will need a 2euro for the locker and another 2 euro for towels, you will need to show your Disney identity card to use the facilities
check out time is 11am, there is a luggage room available
there are busses approximately every 12 minutes to the park and station, or you can walk to the parks around the lake, this takes approximately 15 minutes
- Reviews: 364
Davy Crockett Ranch: And the fun goes on at night!
Only 15 minutes from the Disneyland parks, this bungalow park is a paradise, especially for people with children.
Very important: after a heavy devastating storm in 2000, lots of old bungalows have been replaced by new ones. There are still some old ones, but the new bungalows are of course more luxurious. The rates are a little higher, but it's worth it.
Apart from the style,
all bungalows are equipped for 6-pers and arranged with 2 queens and a bunk bed for 2 children.
more: electric stove / 2 cooking rings, a fridge with freezer, a microwave, telephone, tv, and very important: a dish washer.
Each bungalow has a little terrace under the trees with a pic nic table and a BBQ
In the old bungalow, one queen bed and a bunk bed share the only bedroom, the second (pull out the wall) queen is in the living room.
The newer bungalows have 2 bedrooms, one with a queen bed and one with a bunk bed. There are 2 more sleeping facilities in the living room.
Beds are made at arrival, towels provided
Picture has been taken in a new bungalow.
Fantastic pool with a slide.
Guests are not allowed to use the bungalows' towels at the pool. Bring your own towels or rent one at the pool desk.
The Trading Post in the Village provides basic food and beverages, presents, clothes...
For lots of other recreational facilities and entertainment... check the website
- Reviews: 1730
La Croix du Vieux Pont: Picardie Camping
Although not in Marne-la-Vallée this is where we stayed on our third trip to Disneyland Paris. It is about 60 miles north east & took us about a hour and a half drive. The site also offer trips to paris and Disneyland Paris.
A wonderful campsite, most of the areas are filled with mobile homes from companies like Euro camp, Keycamp etc. We booked through Ian Mearns holidays, but it is possible to use your own caravan or camper van.
Everything you would expect & more, a huge outdoor pool plus 2 indoor plunge pools for the various slides, an indoor pool & jacuzzi plus a toddlers pool with slides. The is also a large lake which many people fish in, you can also hire out boats & canoes. So much entertainment for children, plus a shop, take away, restaurant & bar.
- Reviews: 175
My Travel Explorer
We stayed in one of the new Disney Hotels, just outside the park, the hotel has a indoor swimming pool !!
"Crew rooms" (standard rooms) have one double bed and 2 single beds. Adjacent to some Crew Rooms, a
?bunk cabin? (prior reservation required) allows you to accommodate two more people with one set of bunk beds, interactive TV with video games (paying) and Internet access (paying).
Each crew room is equipped with a bathroom, telephone, interactive TV with international channels, video games (paying) and Internet access (paying), safety deposit box, hairdryer and ceiling fan.
Facilities in Brief
Indoor children 's play corners
Indoor Adventure play area (paying)
Video games rooms (paying)
Heated Indoor pool
Free car park
Free shuttle bus to Disney Parks and Disney Village.
This hotel is approximately a 10-minute free shuttle ride from Disney Parks and Disney Village
- Reviews: 185
Disney Santa Fé: Mexico - Disney
A very big Hotel, 1000 rooms.
Situated inside disneyland zone this hotel is good enought for the needs.
A very good bus service to the Disney park (5 minutes travel) every 12 minutes.
A good breakfast service, games zone, Disney caracters, bar, internet etc.
- Reviews: 185
Disney Santa Fé: Mexico - Disney
The buses work really fine. Free bus every 12 minutes to Disney parks or RER station.
The "Navette" to airport goes from there every hour too.
- Reviews: 3
Movenpick Dream Castle Hotel: Decent Hotel, Bad Shuttle Service
It was a nice hotel - comfy beds, cute bunk beds with curtains - good price for family of four - i got €113 on the web in May 2006. Go to their website. Furnishings of high standard, nice medium size bath and shower, fridge to put your own things in which was nice. Internet available at €22! Good breakfast in the morning starting 7am - a very wide choice, good value and decent quality, probably the best coffee you'll get for the day before heading out to parks! Pleasant and slightly more characterful than the other satelite hotels I think...
cons: Shuttle bus very crowded - was last hotel on route - even in low season - it was like a rugby scrum - you have to be very pushy to even get on there! Also last hotel to drop off, but that's not so crucial!
Good value - there was a children's pool which i didn't see, but the children declared very satisfactory. The sauna, steamroom and spa is closed - very disappointed about that - though hard pressed to see when one would have time to go!
- Reviews: 1624
Disneyland Hotel: Hotel Disneyland part I
While I was visiting Eurodisney, I stayed at the hotel Disneyland. This hotel was situated 'above' the entrance of the parc. So, it made easy access to the parc.
This hotel is really a nice and clean hotel. The rooms are decent size. The room I had, had one double bed, a coutch, tv, 2 chairs & table and a bathroom.
Although this park is 'above' the entrace of the park, the price for staying there was pricy. Inclusive was the entrance ticket for both parcs (Disneyland and Walt Disney Studios).
During breakfast there are Disney-figures standing at the entrance of the restaurant. Each half hour there was another figure. You can go taking a picture of you with this figure. Sometimes there were other figures walking around at the entrance of the restaurant. Which was really fun to see. :) All the kids were chasing the figures to take pictures with and to get their autographes.
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