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“fun - full on, but fun.”
Review of Aquaboulevard

Aquaboulevard
Ranked #400 of 1,193 things to do in Paris
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Reviewed August 6, 2014 via mobile

water slides were super fun. absolute chaos, of course, but for kids over 5/6 you'll have a great time.

the slides are rated from easy, medium, up to extreme, so you know what to expect.

get there early, especially during school holidays or weekends, and leave before it becomes freakishly busy.

Thank lauradavidgrace
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Reviewed August 2, 2014 via mobile

This was the worst pool that I ever saw! Hygiene 0/5, it smells not so good in the lockers, very dirty floors. The price is to big for this attraction. I will NEVER come back here!!!

6  Thank Aleksandra S
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Reviewed July 24, 2014

This is a very big indoors and outdoors aqualand. There are multiple pools with various sections suitable for various age groups, and waves are generated every hour in some of the main pools. There are 7 water slides with proper excitement for everyone from small kids to adults. There are also two slides where you "raft" on inflatable rings. Other things:
- Wakeboarding (age 12 and up)
- Jakuzzis
- Various fountains, watercurtains etc.
- A rope to swing oneself into the pool
- Beach beds and parasols (for a fee)
- Lawn for lying down on your towel or beach mattress

We paid €90 entry for two adults and to children (ages 8 and 10). In addition, we paid €12 for 3 1/2 hours parking.

Bring:
- €2 coins for wardrobe
- Only tight-fitting bathing gear (no trunks)
- Credit card (to buy drink and food inside)

Other info:
- The parking entrance is at the left of the main entrance. Take your time inside the garage if you have a non-small car, as it is very narrow. Ignore impatient locals.
- You cannot bring food or drink in. Water, soft drinks, baguettes, apples, pastry and the usual junk food are available inside.
- You change in "cabins" in a unisex wardrobe hall. You then put your stuff in a locker. You exit the wardrobe hall through a perfunctory "shower", but there are real (unisex) showers beyond it.
- When returning to the wardrobe area, you pass through a "drying hall". You can actually make do without towels in this place, as there are dryers placed at various heights that you can use. Most people seem not to, but apparently some previous reviewers have been yelled at if entering the wardrobe hall in too wet condition.

We visited on a very hot weekday in late July, and this place was heaven sent for us. The kids were extremely happy and didn't want to leave. We had great fun. We expected it to be packed, but until about 2pm there were surprisingly few people. Afterwards it picked up, but we never felt it was too crowded.

5  Thank Zooshin
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Reviewed July 7, 2014

it's a very nice experience for the kids
plenty of chain restaurants to grab a bite
much cheaper and nicer outside in the small streets nearby
the place is fun for kids with inside and outside space for picnic or sun bathing
there can be too many people when the weather is hot
the only bad thing is that the changing rooms are not clean enough !!!

4  Thank Mariesaphir
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Reviewed July 7, 2014 via mobile

After a marathon day of museums this was a welcome break to just have fun. Friendly people, lots to do. The one note is that men must wear tight fitting bathing suits, no trunks. My husband had to buy a pair at the decathon store in the same complex for 19?. It is a bit pricy at 96? for our family of 4, but we had a great time

Thank Cathy_Clauson
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