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Strategically positioned near the Disney® Parks, Appart'City Confort Marne la Vallee - Val d'Europe offers an awe-inspiring setting, ideal for both business and leisure travelers. The hotel is in close proximity to Val d'Europe shopping center and Valley Village as well as the center of Paris.
The 4-star self-catering property invites you with a wide range of contemporary facilities and services to make your stay amazing yet unforgettable. Start your day with a full breakfast that includes homemade jams, fresh fruits, pastries and hot dishes. There is an a à la carte restaurant which offers an extensive menu of mouthwatering flavors from French and international cuisines. The onsite bar serves a wide selection of elite alcoholic beverages and tasty cocktails in a wonderful setting.
Make use of the bus shuttle service by the hotel to the Disney parks, several times a day. Some of the other services include free Wi-Fi, paid parking, luggage storage, and laundry service and 24-hour front desk with multilingual staff.
The hotel has 224 fully-furnished apartments, equipped with chic furniture, cozy bedding and modern amenities to let you enjoy a comfy stay. Each room comes with a kitchen with electric hob, fridge, microwave, kettle, coffee maker, extractor hood and crockery. All rooms are well-appointed with safe, LCD flat screen TV, soundproof windows, free Wi-Fi, air conditioning or heating, desk, and en-suite bathroom with bathtub / shower, hairdryer, premium bath amenities and complimentary toiletries.
Please Note:The hotel offers a shuttle bus service to Disneyland Paris for a small extra charge which operates on a regular basis.
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- Internet access - wireless
- Free WiFi - Public Areas
- Free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
- Bar / Lounge
- Snack bar/deli
Services & Shops
- Luggage storage
- Laundry facilities
- Area shuttle (complimentary)
- Pets accepted
- Safe-deposit box at front desk
- Check-out by 11:00 AM
- Check-in time starts 3:00 PM
- Photocopy machines
- 24-hour front desk
- Hair dryer
- In-room safe
Internet, TV & Phone
- Direct-dial phone
Rooms & Comfort
- Separate dining area
- Air conditioning
Bath & Shower
- Shower only
- Bathtub or shower
- Private bathroom
- Disneyland® Paris 1.11 miles
- Val d'Europe Shopping Center 1.33 miles
- Aquarium Sea Life Paris 1.47 miles
- La Vallee Village 1.56 miles
- Val d'Europe 1.75 miles
- Golf Disneyland® Paris 2.39 miles
- Bussy-Guermantes Golf Course 2.69 miles
- Chateau de Ferrieres 4.09 miles
- Bay 2 4.88 miles
- La Ferme du Buisson 6.44 miles
- Chateau de Champs-sur-Marne 7.20 miles
- Natural Park of Patis 8.25 miles
- Brie Golf Club 8.51 miles
- Vignoly Golf Course 8.52 miles
- Meaux-Boutigny Golf Club 8.78 miles
- Clement-Ader Golf Club 8.83 miles
- Centre Commercial les Arcades 9.92 miles
- Ormesson Golf Club 11.23 miles
- at_a_glance_airport Charles De Gaulle CDG
Holidays and hotels in Disneyland Paris
Whether you’re a family or a couple looking for your perfect accommodation near Disneyland, Paris – we’ve got the perfect place to suit your budget. There is nothing more magical than getting through the barriers and just soaking up the magical atmosphere. So if you’re looking for hotels near Disneyland Paris or apartments near Disneyland Paris- we have covered it all for you. There are three official properties at Disneyland- Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Grand California Hotel & Spa and Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel. If you want something outside the park, there are scores of Disneyland Paris hotels where you stay during your holiday. Many Disneyland Paris accommodation are also located next to the theme parks and provide early and easy access into the parks. If you’re looking for apartments in Disneyland, Paris you’ll still not be disappointed with the varied choices.
Disneyland Paris has been filling Disney fans hearts with joy since 1992 from its Marne-la-Vallee location – which is a suburb in Paris. The attraction park sees millions of visitors each year. The magical park has two incredible theme parks, hotels and an entertainment strip. The main reason kids and adults flock to one of the most magical places on earth is because of the two incredible theme parks. Booking your hotel near Disneyland, Paris means you can save the travel time and can access the theme park with ease. Disney Paris hotels are luxurious and boasts amazing world-class amenities to make your stay absolutely relaxing. Travellers on budget can also find good bargains in cheap hotels near Disneyland Paris.
Where to stay at Disneyland Paris
It’s not such a small world after all, with so many accommodation options available, there’s cute boutiques, apartments, self-catering resorts, luxurious hotels and of course the Disney-themed properties all on site at Disneyland Paris. Catering to all budgets, each of the Disneyland Paris accommodation offers a different theme and is suited to cater all budgets. For example, if you’re looking to stay onsite, you can stay at the Davy Crockett Ranch where you can relax after a long day in a wooden bungalow or even swing from the trees. Or if you fancy a lavish abode, there are many plush hotels in Disneyland Paris to fit in your preferences, one of which is Disneyland Hotel. if you’re on budget, there are still many excellent places to stay near Disneyland Paris, offering easy access to the park and also standard amenities for a comfortable stay. For example the 2-star Chanteloup and the Magny Le Hongre are near to the resort and offer the perfect abode in an lively ambiance. Apart from scores of luxury and budget hotels, you’ll also find a selection of homely apartment near Disneyland Paris that are perfect fit for the families or if you’re travelling in group.
What to see in Disneyland Paris
Your Disneyland holiday starts the second you step foot into the Disneyland Park. It’s impossible not to smile as you enter the classic Magic Kingdom Park. Making your way through the Disney pathed streets adorned with shops and cafes before you see the iconic Disney castle. On the other side of the castle little ones can experience the classic ‘it’s a small world’ boat ride, or help Buzz defend the Galaxy, or help find the white rabbit in Alice’s Curious Labyrinth. Youngsters and adults can tackle the Space Mountain or have a Star Wars Adventure. This is the park where you’ll find the famous Disney Parade and get to wave at your favourite princess. The park is split into several lands – Main Street, Fantasyland, Adventureland, Frontierland and Discoveryland.
Prepare to be wowed and amazed at the Walt Disney Studios Park where they bring TV and film to life. Head to the Disney Studio and the Art of Disney Animation to see what goes on behind the scenes to create some of the world’s most beloved characters. There’s plenty of rides for the kids too, they can ride a turtle from Finding Nemo with Crush’s Coaster or the Toy Soldiers parachute drop. Go on the infamous Twilight Zone The Tower of Terror where you’ll hear the screams of everyone on board across the park as they are plunged in a freefall for 13 floors. You can head to the Disney Village where you’ll find plenty of restaurants, bars, cinemas, games arcades and the Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show.
And other entertainment comes from the live concerts at Billy Bob’s and Disney stage performances as well as Junior Disney stage shows. You can choose from a range of world-class accommodation that caters to every taste and pocket including some onsite luxury hotels to hotels near Disney Paris.
Night life in Disneyland Paris
If you’re an adult enjoying a Disneyland Paris holiday, and you’re worried that there won’t be any nightlife entertainment – you don’t need to be! There are plenty of things for you to do. There is a wide range of bars in the entertainment village – where you can chill in the pub with a cocktail or dance the evening away to live music. You’ll also find bars at many of the hotels near Euro Disney where you can get a beer to sink after a long day at the parks.
And it’s not just the adults that need entertaining, there is plenty of things for kids to do in the evenings. There are plenty of shows to keep little ones entertained and dancing. And of course, the magical fireworks display at the end of every day will have the whole family in awe.
Food at Disneyland Paris
There are so many options when it comes to dining at Disneyland Paris. Of course, you can grab snacks from any of the vendors as you make your way through the park. But when eating out, you may want to take some time to narrow down your options before you leave – there’s that many. There are dining options to suit all budgets. So if you’re trying to have a low cost holiday in Disneyland Paris – it can be done. Some of the cheaper food outlets include Café Hyperion which serves up fast counter food, Casey’s corner is a funky diner or you can sit down to a budget-friendly meal at the Lucky Nugget Saloon.
Shopping in Disneyland Paris
If there is one thing that Disneyland Paris does not lack – it’s places to shop! You’ll find gift shops at every turn. The big Disney stores are an attraction in themselves – where you can buy cute cuddly teddies, clothes, toys and souvenirs.
Fast facts about Disneyland Paris
- Nearest airports: Paris Charles de Gaulle airport
- Flight time from London to Paris: 1hr 10 mins
- Transfer time: 45 mins
Appart'City Confort Marne la Vallee - Val d’Europe Reviews
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10 February 2016
Nice spacious apartment. Clean hotel.
The best thing about my stay was...Practical apartment
29 October 2015
LYNN, n ireland
VERY HANDY TO DISNEY PARK, HOTEL STATE ITS €2 PP ON THE BUS,HOWEVER NO ONE PAID-ROOMS CLEAN-HOTEL STAFF HELPFUL AND CAN SPEAK GREAT ENGLISH-NO SHOP CLOSE BY,DISAPPOINTING AS WE WERE SELF CATERING
The best thing about my stay was...CLOSE TO DISNEY
10 June 2015
A great stay
We stayed 5 nights and it was very close to Eurodisney. We had a car but there is a hotel shuttle bus, I think it was €2 per person per day. The apartment was spotless. Beds made everyday, clean towels and bins emptied everyday. Staff were very helpful and friendly.
The best thing about my stay was...Closeness of Eurodisney
02 June 2015
The room was dirty, it was filthy inside the cupboard, very dusty floors
Khaled M, UK
The room I stayed in with my family was filthy. It was dirty inside the cupboard. The partition in the middle of the room was broken. There was so much dust underneath the bed. The balcony was full of mould.
The best thing about my stay was...Nothing at all - it was a terrible hotel. Not a 4* hotel at all.
29 December 2014
A good stay again at this convenient hotel
Paul Everson, York, UK
This hotel is great for Disneyland Paris. It's relatively close to the park and has the useful benefit of a free coach taking you each way every 30mins or so - watch out though as it can get busy at park closing and people love to push their way to the front of the "queue". The room itself is functional but a tad cold. We were fine though and it was sub zero outside. everything is very clean. The staff are very friendly.
The best thing about my stay was...The free coach to the park
19 February 2014
The best thing about my stay was...Everyting
19 February 2014
Kelly Matthews, Gloucestershire
Amazing hotel, the staff are exceptionally polite and very very helpful. Love it here!!
The best thing about my stay was...The staff were amazing and the room was beautiful
09 July 2011
Fantastic Disneyland paris
Lyanne Harper, Stafford
My husband and I stayed at this hotel 4th-8th July 2011 to celebrate my husband's 40th Birthday. Many people have written reviews stating that they could not find the hotel and I thought this was because they had hired a car and were struggling to get there themselves.... However, we got in a taxi at the airport and the taxi driver did not have a clue where it was. He had not even heard of Val D'europe. He said this was because it was new but it has been there for several years now. Anyway, make sure you have the full address and telephone number with you as our taxi driver had to call the hotel 3 times to ask for directions. The taxi metre was on 70 euros when he started to call the hotel and at the end it cost just over 80 euros from the airport to the hotel. (the hotel is called park suites but it is the 4* version (as there is a 3* Park Suites just round the corner). BMI Baby flights get you in to the hotel at around 9am but you CANNOT check in until 1500 and there is no flexibility on this. On arrival we were met by a less than helpful receptionist who simply informed us that we could not check in and then carried on with his business. When I asked him what we could do for the next 6 hours he sarcastically informed me that there was Disney and shopping and what more could I want??? I politely informed him that we were well aware that there was Disney but with 2 suitcases and no idea of how to get there we may need a little help. Eventually we were on our way to Disney... Be prepared for this, we had to go to Disney on our first day in the clothes we had travelled in and it was boiling hot so pack a few things in hand baggage for that first day. In relation to Disney, if you have been sent vouchers to exchange for tickets then you need your passport to exchange them at the park. When we did eventually check in we were put on the ground floor in a junior suite. This consisted of a bedroom, a living room, bathroom and kitchen area. The room was perfectly fine and the bed was made up for us every day (no other cleaning of the room that I could see but the bed was made) Unfortunately the hair dryer, tv or telephone didnt work. I know you dont go on hol to watch tv but its nice to have it on when you are getting ready. (it actually did work in the end but you had to hold the remote underneath it and point up to change the chanel) I wouldnt normally bother about the phone either but due to all the other things going wrong I had to keep walking to reception to tell them rather than just press "9" to tell them. In relation the hair dryer, I asked the reception every day if it was going to be fixed and was told every day that it would be done the next day but I never actually got to do my hair once on the entire holiday (now its not too bad for me as I have dead straight, long hair whether I dry it with a dryer or not but for most ladies this would be a nightmare!!!!) The maintenance man even came in the room and told us it was competely broken and that he would replace it the next day but we never saw him again. The shuttle bus to Disney is a bit of a hit and miss thing. It only seats 8 people and there are lots and lots of large family groups and so you have to have a very patient nature to avoid high stress levels with this. There is no queuing system but you would think that people would know that you were already standing there when they arrived for the shuttle but they dont and they just get on in front of you. On one occasion we arrived at the shuttle pick up point and saw that there were around 10 people already there so we knew that we were not going to get on the first bus so anticipated having to wair for the second one. We all stood there for around an hour waiting and then a man arrived with his wife and child and also began to wait. After around another twenty minutes the bus arrived and man and wife and child pushed in front of everyone and got on the bus. One of the original men who was waiting started to argue with him and he did get off the bus but left his wife and child taking up two seats that really should have belonged to someone else. The drivers dont listen and they dont really care who gets on. Lots of tempers were frayed in relation to the bus and I would imagine that in the school holidays the problem is magnified. On the other hand because there was only 2 of us, we did get to "officially" jump the queue sometimes because the large family groups wanted to stay together and so allowed us to go in front of them when there was 2 spots left. On our last night the receptionist booked us a taxi to the airport the next morning. This taxi cost 90 euros. I dont know if it is cheaper to use trains and buses but just prepared that taxis are not cheap and maybe pre book some kind of shared shuttle before you go. Would I stay at this hotel again?? No, but I would not say definitely dont stay there it is your choice and I have tried to just tell you about our experience and then its up to you. It wasnt the worst place I have ever stayed but I think if I returned I would definitely stay in a Disney hotel (but then they are probably a lot more expensive). Disneyland itself is amazing and wherever you stay I think you cant fail to have a fab time.
The best thing about my stay was...Walt Disney Studios
03 May 2011
Great location for Eurodisney
C Mooney, Kent
The Hotel was perfect as a base for Eurodisney and catered brilliantly for what we wanted especially with two small babies. Tips for future guests that we wish we had known. 1. The Hotel is now called PARK SUITES. 2. It does run a shuttle to EuroDisney and Val d'Europe but it was not easy to locate on arrival off the Eurostar. It departs from next to the IMAX cinema and not from the bus stop outside the station. 3. The kitchens do not have an oven, toaster or kettle which was frustrating but they do have a hob, full sized dishwasher and fridge with freezer compartment. 4. All linen, towels, tea towels, washing up liquid and dishwasher tabs are provided, as are travel cots but not baby suitable linen and blankets 5. The hotel does serve breakfast but not lunch or dinner. Pizza takeaways can be delivered to the room or there is a huge supermarket at Val d' Europe
The best thing about my stay was...EuroDisney Parades. They are a must see.
14 October 2010
Oh & I forgot to mention...
Mr Tea-Mole, Lancashire
the hotel's name has changed to Park Suites which caused some confusion when trying to get there with taxi drivers. Also You have to pay a "city tax" of some kind upon arrival which works out to 1.50 Euros per adult per night.
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