Disney's Newport Bay Club

Address: B.P. 113, Marne-la-Vallée, Île-de-France, 77777, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on B.P. 113, Marne-la-Vallée, is near Disneyland Park Paris, Walt Disney Studios Park, Val d'Europe Shopping Center, and Sea Life Centre.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsDisney's Newport Bay Club Marne-la-Vallée

          Reviewed by mike.donat

          Hotel under renovation

          Reviewed Jun 20, 2015
          by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          It's difficult to give a positive review as literally the whole hotel is under renovation. Many hotels would do it in phases but it definitely seems they're doing it all in one shot. As a result, the hotel is difficult to enjoy with areas blocked off and the noise.

          The breakfast buffet was very nice and I thought a good value. All of the staff were very friendly and extremely helpful. That was definitely a positive aspect to the place....the staff.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Reviewed by lisaputtlitz

          A child's view

          Reviewed Dec 31, 2013
          by (11 reviews) Frankfurt (Oder) , Germany Flag of Germany

          When I was there I was a kid and it is some years ago now and I can only tell you my "childish" view but I really liked it. I mean, Goofy visited me during breakfast. Come on, what is not to like. Maybe it is different when you're all grown up but for a child, Disneyland and it's Resorst are the dream.
          The rooms were nice and clean, the food was good and when you stay there you probably don't plan on spending all your time there anyway but go to the parks.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Reviewed by cathterry


          Reviewed Aug 16, 2013
          by (6 reviews) Palmerston North , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

          No wifi, thousands of rooms, very very dated, basic and very tired. The 1 star is for the staff, they're friendly, helpful and bilingual. It's got a real American feel. Beds are fine, but it doesn't feel overly clean. Suppose of the £970 £600 of this is for park tickets, so it's only £185 pernight for accommodation. Not good value, but means to an end. Think all the park hotels are much if a muchness.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Reviewed by mart4ang


          Reviewed Dec 19, 2007
          by (7 reviews) Braintree , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Best mid range hotel at disney! I love that there is a shop downstairs and there is characters in the morning at the lobby!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Reviewed by lisaputtlitz

          A Kid in Disneyland

          Reviewed Jun 10, 2002
          by (11 reviews) Frankfurt (Oder) , Germany Flag of Germany

          There is basically nothing better than being in Disneyland as a kid. Ad the hotel was fantastic. Being 7, having breakfast and Goofy comes along? PERFECT!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Historical Traveler Reviews Disney's Newport Bay Club Marne-la-Vallée

          Looks nice but.....


          I think the Newport Bay Club COULD have been a very nice hotel. It has

          a very beautifull exterior, nice theming and OK rooms. But the service

          is not what you would expect from Disney. Ignorant, rude or arrogant

          castmembers seem to dominate the hotel. But if you are lucky you will

          run into one or two of the more service-minded - but they are clearly

          outnumbered by the


          types. What a shame. And be prepared for chaotic breakfast scenes. When

          they build the hotel they seemed to have forgotten to make

          breakfast-facilites enough for all the guests.....

          If only the inside matched up to the outside...


          We were very impressed on arrival at the Newport Bay. The Reception area is unfortunately, the best thing about the hotel. Our 'family' room was basically a double with two beds shoved in. Several covers were missing off the a/c units (which didn't work properly), and fridge didn't work. Corridors were very shabby - pool, sauna and steam were good, but pool could be cold. Food was awful, (and expensive) even though staff in restaurants were cheerful and efficient. Every time we ate in the restaurant our five year old was sick.

          To cap it all I had my coat pinched from the back of my chair in the hotel bar. The girl next to me had had her pushchair pinched from outside one of the rides. The insurance company says Disneyland Paris has a high claim record.

          Never again, but if I had to I would stay locally and drive in every day.

          Better than expected


          have just come back from 5day stay at this hotel. apart from few minor things, this has to be one of the best hotels iv been in. problems included, door cards not working, no plug sockets to charge phones or cameras, this hotel is mainly a conference hotel for business people, although it catered for children with a childrens workers, the bar area and restaurants were full of dissaproving middleclass executives who obviously did not appraciate children running around. the staff were very friendly and helpful, the majority speak limited english, but there are a few of english staff. the shop sells limited toilettries and medicinal stuff, there is no pharmach within walking distance of resort. we will be returning to disney land paris, wonderful holiday

          Nice hotel-have no complaints


          I stayed here in august and have stayed in several of the euro disney hotels before and I found this one to be just like the other ones.

          Check in took a little while but the staff were very friendly-we booked our breakfasts for the few days we were staying and they also booked buffalo bills show for us and there was no problems. The room was lovely and big and the air conditioning was perfect-the shower and bathroom were spotless. Breakfast was lovley and filling-lots of croissants, cereal, youghurts etc but didnt eat in the hotel for dinner so cant comment on them. THe only downside is the price of the bar-it was really expensive so didnt end up having a night cap at all!! All in all, I would pick one of the less expensive eurodisney hotels as they are all pretty much the same apart from the location to the park

          Disappointing Trip


          We stayed at the Newport Bay Hotel and from the outside it looked fab.

          We were even upgraded to the Admiral Floor - 7th floor. Right next to the lifts which incidently go all night. We didn't find that out until late thursday night/friday morning. After contracting food poisioning from eating at Disney I was up all friday night. The toilet is at one end of the bathroom and the sick is at the other!! There was no pharmacy facilities and when we asked for a doctor we were told to call from our room for an ambulance. This is somewhere that caters from children?? Not. When we booked out on Sunday, my partner wanted breakfast which we had booked in advance. It was like a cattle market and we could not get into the restaurant. Booking breakfast does not make any difference. I liked Disney but not the hotel.

          Gives Disney a Bad Name


          Thank you! I thought we had strayed into the Twilight Zone - and were the only ones who considered our stay to be disappointing and awful.

          We checked into a family room on the supposedly superior "Admiral's Floor". This is the fifth time we have stayed in Disney Paris, and thought this was supposed to be a good place to stay. Don't bother!

          The family room consisted of two double beds and a put-u-up - we were promised three double beds. Apparently Disney's interpretation of the word "double" also means "sofa bed" - obviously I would not have booked if it meant one of my kids going to sleep on a glorified sofa!

          The room was tatty - wallpaper ripped, the window was dangerous with the sash broken - the air conditioning DID NOT WORK - despite people telling us it did (OK so the temps were very high this summer, but even so.....) the bathroom had fixtures coming off the wall etc etc etc. We complained but there were no other rooms available. When we got home we also complained. Apparently Disney will never pay compensation out, even when its visitors are truly disappointed. This is wrong. We were unhappy and although were told "sorry" that is not enough.

          Go to Sequoia Lodge, that is a really good hotel with good service, prompt attention, unsurly barmen, ice machines that work on every floor! You can get two rooms (which are very good indeed) for the same price as a family room on the Admiral's floor at the Newport Bay.

          We will go again to Disney, because we love the place, but never ever to the Newport Bay again.

          Pleasant stay. The only problem: the french people


          It was the 2nd time for me at Disneyland Paris. First of them in 1999, and now in 2003. We have been at the Newport Bay Club hotel, a nice hotel, the room was exactly as the Sequoia lodge's one. The hotel has swimming pool, spa, gym, two bars and two restaurants. All of them were very well served.

          i have noted that this time the "parisian" side of the staff has become more evident. Parisian people are very pretencious, and treat you like if they were doing a favour. This is the impression I have, in the hotel and in the park.

          Better off staying in Paris and catching the train in!


          My comments will echo the bad, ugly and horrible things that have already been said. Having been to other Disney resorts in Anaheim and Orlando, I was fully prepared for Disney's overpricing policy - everything from food & drink, merchandise to accommodation. But the disorganisation!!! Check in is an absolute nightmare as many people arrive by train or Eurostar and get the buses into the hotel or catch the Disney bus from the airport, guests awaiting check-in tend to arrive in droves. With only 3 check-in counters open, we waited over half an hour just to get to the counter to be told that our room is not ready. We then dragged our luggage back outside for 200m to the storage facility. Worse still, my boyfriend got food poisoning from one of the restaurants and staff were totally unsympathetic and unhelpful. He ended up staying in bed for most of the 4 days we were there.

          Very Disapointing


          I stayed at the Newport Bay Club hotel, Disneyland Paris with my wife and 2 children in March 2003. I have to say the whole holiday was very disapointing. The service at the hotel was very poor and there seemed to be very little organisation. The rooms are very basic for the price and the worst part was the airconditioning which didnt work (it was extremely hot when we were there!), the safe didnt work and despite requesting a mechanic to fix it it remained unfixed during our stay.

          Disneyland itself was very poor, our kids were bored after the first day! The restaurants are very expensive, well infact everything is well overpriced. The only highlight was Disney studios which is where we spent most of our time! If you can afford it - go to Orlando.

          A honeymoon disaster


          I chose to visit Dineyland Paris in may 2002 and chose the Newport Bay club hotel as it looked and sounded the nicest hotel.When we arrived we couldn't book into the room until 4 hours after we arrived at 5pm and the staff were rude and very unhelpful. The non smoking room was in a terrible state and selled of stale cigarettes, the table was badly chipped and the lights were not working. The hotel lost our luggage and after 3 visits to the concierge I was told that the luggage had been found at 10pm, we arrived at 2.30pm we complained and asked to change room but were rudely told there were no similar rooms available. the holiday cost me £900 nearly 2000euros and the service was appalling.such a shame as the hotel appears very nice and is not the cheapest hotel in Disneyland Paris.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Disney's Newport Bay Club Marne-la-Vallée

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Marne-la-Vallée

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          A travel blog entry by mike.donat on Jun 20, 2015

          1 comment, 38 photos

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          Disney Overload

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          25 photos

          We spent this morning catching up on sleep. The hotel has a rather lame layout and is completely under renovation. They're doing the whole renovation at once which is not really Disney style so it's weird. Breakfast is included so the kids experienced their first European style breakfast. Nate's a big fan since his plate consisted of salami, ham, …

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