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TravelPod Member ReviewsDisneyland Hotel Marne-la-Vallée
The Disneyland Hotel at Disneyland Paris is one of the best hotels at any Disney Resort around the world that I have stayed in and it is actually the only Disney Hotel to serve as the "Main Entrance" into a Disney Park.
This Victorian-themed hotel features two restaurants, two bars, a full service spa and fitness centre and offers stunning views overlooking Fantasia Gardens or Disneyland Park and Main Street U.S.A. itself.
It may be pricey, okay a lot... but trust me, it is worth it!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
We were thinking of staying on one of the cheaper hotels but we changed our minds and decided to splurge and it was the correct choice. Being closest to the parks was great because you can rest in the afternoon and come back later. Can't imagine doing that with the other hotels. The exterior and interior were amazing, felt like we were in a fairy tale world. There's a store that opens late if you still need to buy merchandise. The breakfast was standard but quite good and you can see the castle from the breakfast room as the sun rises.
If you go to DRP often, you can probably stay in the cheaper hotels but If you rarely go here or if it's a special occasion, this hotel is the only choice.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
Historical Traveler Reviews Disneyland Hotel Marne-la-Vallée
Disneyland hotel is where the magic happens
i stayed at the disneyland hotel for my sons birthday jan 14 2004 .
i have always dreamed of staying in the pink hotel and i did it was a fantastic experience .
you cannot believe that you can be in such a beautiful place i had to pinch myself.
the hotel is very clean and elegant and the staff went out of there way to help and when we had trouble with our room key. we were sent a massive bunch of roses and a bottle of champage . do not get me wrong the hotel is expensive but you get what you pay for
do not even think of staying anywhere else in the resort THIS IS WHERE THE MAGIC IS
Started Out Badly - Did Improve
Holiday 12th May 2004 for 4 nights.
Stayed bed & breakfast which was a complete bustle in the morning. For me this hotel was just too big and didn't cater well for the amount of people staying there.
Hotel was over booked so major problems on arrival, not just with us and we had booked 6 months in advance. Not what you want after a flight and long train journey.
It was requested that we changed rooms part way through the holiday due to air conditioning laws!! We refused the manager was obnoxious and unhelpful but eventually after standing our ground we got put in one of the better rooms.
Aside from this the hotel has a beautiful exterior and is by far the most appealing of those close to the resort, being ideally situated for the park and great for children with the characters visiting daily. Room was pleasant, not much of a view. In my opinion nothing to shout about and I think I'd try a different hotel next time.
Elegance and excitement Disney style
Stayed at the Disneyland Hotel in Oct 2003 during the Halloween festivities. The hotel is luxurious and service is impeccable. An added bonus is the Disney Characters mingling with guests during the breakfast period where there is ample opportunities for photos and autographs. Rooms are spacious and very clean. If travelling with younger children the hotel is ideally located for returning during the day for a rest. We travelled with our 6yr old daughter and she truly felt like a little princess staying at this hotel. Infact we enjoyed the experience so much we are returning this year to spend Christmas there.
The wonderful world of disney
we have just returned from the Disneyland hoteland what a wonderful time we have had.The hotel was spotless,bedlinen changed everyday and the staff couldnt do enough to help.There is always plenty to do for children of all ages - we travelled with a six yearold and a three year old who couldnt get enough but neither could their mum and dad.The parades are something not to be missed especially the night time fantalusion with all the floats lit up, eating out was a bit expensive but not unexpected the only fault that i could find was that my 3 yr old son has a nut allergy and not enough information was available about the food or snacks so maybe that could be improved a bit but otherwise wonderful,wonderful,wonderful
The best holiday ever
We have just visited The Disneyland Hotel for the first time (it is our 10th stay at DLP)and what a wonderful time we had.From the moment we arrived to checking out everything was perfect.We arrived at 11am in the morning but was allowed to go to our room which was great,as we had been up since 3am.The room was fabulous,really spacious with a lovely view even though it was only a standard room. Breakfast was a large buffet and though not a true character meal,they were around for pictures.After a tiring day in the park there is a nice relaxing lounge called the Main Street Lounge with friendly staff who will make any drink that you like . There is also a turn down service -even for standard rooms not just for concierge levels. This holiday was meant to be a one-off stay in this luxurious hotel as we usually stay in the Sequioa Lodge,but we have fell in love with this wonderful place and know that on future visits we could not bear to stay anywhere else.
What a hotel
I have never stayed in a hotel so luxurios than the Disneyland Hotel. I have been to Disneyland Paris 8 times and usually stay at the Hotel Sequoia Lodge, but for my 30th birthday we decided "to do it in style".
The hotel was breathtaking, the staff were friendly and happy to help with anything. We arrived at 10.00am after an early morning flight from Manchester, and expected to leave our luggage while our rrom was cleaned etc etc... but to my surprise the room was ready and we were given our keys straight away. The room was massive with a fantastic view of Space Mountain. We enjoyed 3 days in Disney, and ordered Room Service, which was prompt and delicious - even if it was a bit pricey.
I cannot agree with other reviewers who say the French are rude etc.., they were nice, friendly and more than willing to help with anything.
This is a fantastic hotel, the bar has to be seen to be believed - we ordered 2 drinks and got a silver plater of bar snacks to go with them at no extra charge!!!, I would certainly recommend the Disney Hotel without a second thought. Disney is great, and if you want the ultimate short break, forget the money, pay the extra, and have the most magical time you'll ever have.
I treated my fiancee to a trip to Eurodisney for his 22nd birthday, (ok, it was for me really!) and we had a supurb time. We stayed in the Newport Bay Disney hotel, this was fantastic. There was a mix up with rooms at the beginning of our stay, but breakfasts were great, rooms modern, spacious and comfortable and staff were very helpful and pleasant. I would definately recommend this trip to couples as it only takes 40 minutes to get into the centre of Paris. Also, the Moulin Rouge was excellent, although don't ask for seats near the front if you're not too keen on snakes!!
Want a bit special
For 3 nights rather special with vip fastpass choose a suite - we have done tinkerbell and a regular junior suite - if I did it again the best deal is the junior suite when you get the vip fastpass - unlimited fast pass 11am through to 6pm (2 hours before park close) Room 1018 I think is best If you do tinkerbell - make sure you do not get room 2324 - right above the cafe/grand piano and a little noisy for the price but lovely balcony over front of hotelKathryn
A DISNEY NIGHTMARE
This hotel has got to be the dirtiest I have ever seen in my life. The only clean place in the hotel is the lobby. In the room the bedclothes were dirty and not changed, it was difficult to see the original color of the carpet because of the dirt, the walls were dirty, and the bathroom was unusable. The Stench of smoke and body odor in the room was unbearable and the management was extremely unhelpful. They sprayed the room with a chemical which provoked an asthma attack. I ended up sleeping in the room of a friend travelling with me because they refused to move my room. At $500 a night it was an experience I'll never forget.
This is a great hotel. The location is everything as you are right at the gates of the park. We visited with our 16 month old daughter. I'd recommend the hotel if yoy are traveling with very young children as you can get back to the room quickly if they need a nap or a rest.
The resturants are a bit pricey, but they're pricey all over the resort. The hotel is great if you want to meet the characters. You can do this easily for breakfast or dinner. Only problem is that when our daughter saw the characters her interest in her food immediately disappeared.
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Good morning from gay Paris! We are here in Paris and it's beautiful. Our new home for the next week is good I would love to own it and it fix it up a little to be honest. We are just down from a little square where everyone just sits and drinks. I love how no one sits across from each other. It's like everyone's chairs are set up to face a movie …
Today we got to wake up in the most magical place on earth! We went to eat our best breakfast yet and then started our day of nothing. We had to check out at 11:00 and couldn't check back into our new room (at the same hotel) until 3:00. We had to move from our suite to just a regular triple room but we were happy that we had a nice place to hang …
... to visit the Arc de Triomphe Thursday morning, which was Joe and my pick. Bryn and Sage both chose another park as their selection, and we added the Pompidou Center as our last selection of the day.
The Arc de Triomphe is pretty awesome to just look at from below, and neither Joe nor I had ever climbed up it, but once again the Paris Museum Pass inspired us. We made the climb (284 more stairs) to the top and found ...
... is our last place and we wanted it to be special. I'm sure they will. Anyway, off we went to check out the shops, about a mile up the road. Lots of teeny bopper stores but some really nice shops for us. Oh and of course a Zara. Just as busy as the Melbourne store but according to a couple of Melbourne girls I spoke to, heaps better. So yes Lou, for you, we bought a couple of shirts from there.
Anyway we're off to dinner, so we'll talk to you ...