No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Campanile Villepinte
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Campanile Villepinte
Travel Blogs from Villepinte
... Vesuvius and what killed all the people was the poisonous gases not the lava. Although one theory is that the extreme heat boiled the brains of the people. Then after their heads exploded or they died of gases they were buried and preserved by the volcanic ash! Vesuvius was so powerful that it was blowing 1.25 million tons of rock a second. So that's like 1 million cars a second. The lava sprayed up 10km I tot the sky! We took a huge Mercedes-Benz jeep up the ...
... Japanese man asked us for help (error!) and caused us to miss the train by seconds. Luckily they run every 15 minutes.
Shockingly enough (despite booking a hotel there) getting off at Villepinte was an error....its just a big carpark. So back on the train we went to Parc des Expositions. We found nearly every exit to the station closed and when we got on the street it was a ghost town of large avenues and corporate offices. We knew our hotel ...
... During our visit to Paris, there were two neighbourhoods that stood out for me. One is Marais, with her laid-back demeanour and Parisian style. The other was the Latin Quarter which also had a very relaxed atmosphere and bohemian feel. When we do return to Paris, we will probably shun the energy of the 1st arrondissement and opt for these two neighbourhoods instead.
Not much more can be said today than we ...
Happy birthday to me..... What a wonderful day in Paris. The sun even came out to play on my birthday, which began at midnight with the girls giving me beautiful gifts, a sleep in then off to brunch. Lou and Bruce arrived overnight, was fantastic to see them. We then trekked via the metro to the Eiffel Tower. There were so many people there and even up close while impressive not as big as I thought it ...
... so he can complete the work. It doesn’t really feel like we’ve moved in, and my dutiful wife will have to deal with that for a week before leaving to meet me in France. She quipped to me that I always do that to her when we move in a new house: have the movers fill the house with boxes and then I leave for Africa or somewhere and she does the lion’s share of the unpacking and organizing. She said it as a joke, but it’s actually pretty true, though not ...