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“Unusal but very nice”
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Domaine de Crecy
Reviewed September 16, 2013

We stayed 3 nights here over New Year 2012/13 and whilst visiting Euro Disney. Not to far a drive from Disney. Are room was a studio kinda setup with a small living area & kitchenette with views of the golf course. Good size bedroom with an additional bed for my son, bathroom was fine and the whole place had underfloor heating to keep us watm over the cold wheather.
We didnt use the facilities of the golf course at it was 30th Dec and freezing nor the pool lol! but we did experiance the restaurant. good to average food - a tad expensive but thats hotel dining and some good wines to choose & a traditional french breakfast with good coffee

If i have one gripe it was the bloody ladybird infestation around the place and in our room but its not a deal breaker...my son had fun chasing them...

Would I return? I think I may do as its not to far for Disney and it is as described on the box at a reasonable price

Room Tip: Ground floor - you get a terrace onto the golf course
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  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 21, 2013

We recently returned from our three week holiday touring around Europe. On our first stop we’d planned to visit Disneyland, Paris and make use of our annual passports. We've stayed at various hotels around the area, but chose to return to this hotel for the one night.

It was as expected, and a similar pleasant experience as the last time we stayed. It was clean, the beds comfortable, and there was lots of space on the two levels, certainly much more than if we’d have paid for two standard hotel rooms. We are a family of Husband and Wife, and four children, so it’s always a challenge finding a suitable place to stay.

The last time we stayed at this hotel, it was in the spring, and the weather was pretty chilly. This time we were in the intense heat of summer, with the temperatures hanging around the mid thirties with unbroken sunshine. My Wife and the children enjoyed using the small swimming pool to cool off. Inside the apartment was extremely hot even with all of the windows open. Not a major problem as of course we knew that there wasn’t air conditioning at the hotel, but it was certainly a contrast compared to the last time we visited.

It’s close enough to get to Disneyland, but far enough away to be in the tranquillity of the Marne La Vallee countryside.

Not much more to say, apart from it works for us as a large family, and fits within our budget.

Thanks for reading.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
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1  Thank EastYorkshireFamily
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Reviewed July 31, 2013

We stayed in a two duplex family rooms with the intention of the men playing golf and the women and children going to Disneyland. The rooms were fairly basic but good value for money and in beautiful surroundings. There was no air conditioning so it was extremely hot at night, but it was great having our own kitchen with a fridge etc. The men enjoyed the golf and the women found it perfectly placed to go to Disneyland, only about 20 mins away. The restaurant is in a beautiful setting overlooking the golf course. It was a bit hit and miss though, which was a shame as it could be a fabulous restaurant. The service was good, but they seemed to be understaffed and drinks etc. took ages to arrive. Some of the food on the menu was excellent, the scallops, the steak tatare but the pasta dishes were average and overpriced. They also seemed to have run out of a few of our choices on one of the evenings.

  • Stayed: July 2013, traveled with family
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1  Thank Bellebaby2
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Reviewed April 28, 2013 via mobile

A good place to stay near Disneyland and escape the crowds. Comfortable sofa and large coffee table to play cards on. All I needed to cook a simple meal for my family, supermarket on the way from toll road (only minus having to pay this for a tiny stretch of road - but not their fault!). Lovely to have room to relax compared to cramped rooms in Disney hotels.

  • Stayed: March 2013
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Reviewed April 3, 2013

We went for a weekend in Paris. We rented the duplex that slept 6. The rooms were great! Very accomodating and comfortable. The only downfall was the bathroom. The shower needs to be done. Paint chipping and minor mold issues. The restraunt manager was great! The food however was not. The scallop appetizer for 9 euro had 3 scallops and had no flavor. I had the steak and it also had no flavor. We had to dip it in ketchup. Do not waste your time on the over priced breakfast either. They ran out of the meats and cheeses. So we each got one slice of meat, one piece of cheese, and a piece of bread. The coffee also ran out. The hotel did wifi but only in the lobby which closes at 8pm. I will stay there again but I will not be dining at the resteraunt.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed March 10, 2013

We stayed 3 nights, family of 5 in a duplex appartment which could sleep 6. Apartment was very spacious. We had a kitchenette, dining table & chairs, lounge area, 2 king size beds and 2 single & bathroom with bath & a shower. There was a restaurant on site for breakfast and dinner. We however made our own breakfasts and ate in an Italian restaurant in the village. Although the golf club is 40 mins drive from Paris, Valle D'europe is only 10 mins away and has free parking. We left the car there and caught the train into Paris. You can use your train ticket on the metro in Paris too. Figured it would be a bit of a nightmare parking in central Paris. The train was stress free!! At Valle d' Europe there is a big shoppi h centre, supwrmarket( where we bought fresh croissants and pain au chocolate for breakfasts), restaurants, sealife world and the train station. Disneyland was 15 mins away and a lot less expensive than the Disney hotels. Would highly recommend this hotel and will be returning!!!

  • Stayed: February 2013
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3  Thank SarahHHarrogate
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Reviewed February 21, 2013

The four of us, two adults and two kids, stayed here for one night - I booked here due to a combination of a) the proximity to Disneyland which we were visiting, b) the good price and c) the generally positive reviews here. We were disappointed to be honest. The main problem seemed to be that we arrived on a Sunday during February.

The place itself is reasonably attractive, a nice size, and set in the middle of a couple of scenic golf courses, so good views of countryside all round and no other buildings for a long way in any direction. But it is definitely more of a golf course with accommodation, as opposed to a hotel with a golf course.

As regards food, this is where things started to go wrong. "Is the restaurant open for a meal?" - "no, sorry" said the man at reception - "oh dear... so are there any other restaurants nearby that might be open?" - "no, sorry...but there is a takeaway pizza place". To be fair, he did kindly order this for us and brought it to our room. "When is breakfast?" we asked. "No, sorry, the restaurant is closed on Monday but we can make you a coffee with our machine and get you a croissant". We didn't bother with this. So no idea on whether the food is good or not!

The room was clean, and large (most of the rooms look to be suites - I've seen these places called aparthotels in other countries), but cold when we arrived. We borrowed a heater from reception, which made it bearable and we also turned the thermostat up. This was a mistake - during the night, the underfloor heating kicked in - we roasted, turned the thermostat down, but still had to open the windows a few times in the night to cool the children off - we hardly slept a wink. Overall the room didn't feel cosy in any way really, wooden furniture on tiled floors, there were no carpets or rugs, and the decor is pretty old school too - all rag-rolled orange paint with green leaf stencilling.

The electrics seemed a bit dodgy too - there were no ceiling lights in the main room - just a small standing lamp which gave an inadequately dim glow. We got a possible hint of why this was when the fuse box tripped, which happened once in the evening and once in the morning. I guess the system couldn't have coped with any more lights.

The other thing that concerned us was that there were no other guests that night. And I'm pretty sure there were no staff staying over in the main clubhouse area either. It wasn't a problem per se, just felt a bit weird being all alone there.

Overall, perhaps we just got the timing of our stay wrong, but that shouldn't really be a concern as any decent hotel would cater for guests whatever day of the week or time of the year they arrive - so we won't be stopping here again, and wouldn't recommend it.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with family
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Address: route de Guerard, 77580 Crecy-la-Chapelle, France (Formerly Golf-Hotel Domaine de la Brie)
Location: France > Ile-de-France > Seine-et-Marne > Crecy-la-Chapelle
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Free Parking Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Crecy-la-Chapelle
Price Range: $75 - $173 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Domaine de Crecy 3*
Number of rooms: 29
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Domaine de Crecy is an exceptional manor surrounded by green countryside and occupying an area of 110 ha. It is located in the centre of BRIE region, 40 km outside of Paris, 15 km from Disneyland and the TGV station, and 2 km from the medieval commune of Crecy-la-Chapelle. Crecy Manor will allow you to enjoy the peace, space and comfort of its 29 apartments, each able to accommodate up to six guests. The apartments have a spectacular view of the golf course. Our restaurant LE PANORAMIC welcomes everyone; we offer refined and exquisite dishes of French cuisine. The restaurant overlooks the delightful panoramic view of the golf course at daytime and by night. Our golfs courses: - Montpichet Golf Course is a 9-hole course ideal both for beginners and for experienced players. - Vignoly golf course is a remarkable 18-hole course designed by the famous golfer, Arnold Palmer specifically for major international competitions. You will be enchanted by the inner harmony and natural elegance of the Domaine de Crecy! ... more   less 
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