Hotel l'Elysee Val d'Europe
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Spent the last two days at Disney land, going back tonight to see the final parade and closing show with fireworks. The park closes at 10pm because its light till about then, everything is open a lot later here. Tomorrow we leave our hotel near Disney land and meet with the top deck tour in Paris city.
Got into Paris an hour late after flying all night with a 12-2am stop in Abu Dhabi. Found our transfer just in time, and made to it the hotel. We looked around the local shops waiting for our check in time, tried to buy a sim but couldn't find a store with someone who spoke English. Then checked into the hotel and got on the RER train which took us …
Mom & Dad came to visit me in London, but of course, a trip to Europe isn't complete without a visit to Disneyland!
We boarded the Eurostar and enjoyed a pleasant train ride through the Chunnel and into France. In a little over 2 hours we were at our destination - Disneyland Paris! We spent the afternoon exploring the area around the …
I struggled to get into my travel pod, and the only way we could post comments were on facebook. but there wasnt much time to post anyway. too busy on the rides and taking photos. 4 days were barley enough. now off to Paris for just over 2 days of sight seeing and shopping.
After checking into the hotel at Disneyland, I had my first brush with the Parisian pick pockets. I was admittedly more amused and fascinated with their cunning techniques like when Neal does something clever in White Collar than annoyed though it was probably attributed to the fact that I had absolutely nothing of value in my bag; only my pyjamas …
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel l'Elysee Val d'Europe Serris
I stayed at the Hotel l'Elysee (pronounced Otel Lay-Lee-Say) for 4 nights, as the base for 3 full days at the Disney theme parks.
Excellent. Well located in a nice environment; really close to Disneyland Paris. Linked with Paris by RER A.
Really good. I had a very big room (number 301).
Have just arrived back from a visit to Paris and a 7 day stay at the Elysee Hotel. Stayed at the hotel from 20/08/2005 to 27/08/2005.
We stayed here for 3 nights and had a great time towards the end of the Easter holidays. The staff were friendly and helpful, the rooms clean and pleasant.
Lovely Hotel, got a very good deal on internet and stayed for two nights. Our main attraction was the price and close proximity to Disneyland resort. The RER station is almost opposite the hotel and the whole area is purpose built for Disneyland. Overall, we had a great time and I'd say the hotel was a very good 3 star.
Stayed here in January this year. We paid 85 euros per room per night through activehotels. Rooms had a double bed and 2 single sofa beds. The bathroom was very nice with limestone effect floor and wall tiles. This hotel is quite new but built in the 'Haussman' style of Parisian 19th Century architechture. The lobby was very nice with comfortable seating and a bar for relaxing in. It's virtually opposite the station so is extremely convenient for both Disneyland, which is 1 stop away on the RER A line, and even for Paris which is about 30 minutes in the other direction. It's also adjacent to the Val d'Europe mall where you'll find a selection of restaurants and fast food and the La Vallee Designer Outlet Village. I wouldn't recommend the breakfast there though, it was dissapointing and overpriced. Better to pop into the mall next door, there is a small McDonalds and a Paul Parisiene Bakery just near the entrance (downstairs)!