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hotel room was fine , double bed with bunk bed above , clean and enough room , great area as hypermarket and cinema , bowling , and several restaurants within a 10 min walk , its 3 stops to disney on the rer train and...More
The hotel was very basic no kettle and the breakfast area is very basic. its a very basic place to stay and is more for budget holiday. remember you have to pay city tax on top of what you paid. i didnt rate it as...More
Clean, tidy and convenient for euro Disney. Ample car parking.
Simple breakfast, nothing fancy.
10 minute walk to train station
Ample restaurants near by and shops.
Rooms small but presentable.
Would use again
Stayed here recently as a mid ground between Disney and Paris centre. Rooms are clean but basic and the beds are comfortable. We paid around £35 pn per room. The location was great for us 5-10 minute walk to the Torch RER A allowing easy...More
Stayed here with my 8 year old son for 4 nights. It was perfectly comfortable and great location for Disneyland (only two stops on the train). Definitely stay here if you are only going to Disneyland.
It was a bit far from Paris city centre...More
$43 - $74 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from ChrisDunwoody | Reviewed this property |
There is a direct train to centre Paris but think it goes to Gare st Lazaire rather than Gare du Nord (Eurostar TERMINAL). Its only a short subway ride from one station to the other. Easy if you don't have too much... More
There is a direct train to centre Paris but think it goes to Gare st Lazaire rather than Gare du Nord (Eurostar TERMINAL). Its only a short subway ride from one station to the other. Easy if you don't have too much luggage, otherwise better to change stations by Taxi.
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"125 is one floor up at end , no one walks past so quiet"