Ibis Budget Marne La Vallee Val D'Europe
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Budget Marne La Vallee Val D'Europe Montevrain
We stayed here after spending the day Disneyland Paris (its about 3km away). I believe that you can catch a Metro train from the park to near the hotel, but my son and I just walked from the park to the hotel and it was a dead easy, flat walk.
The hotel is no nonsense and has a strange way of checking in - using keypads and codes instead of cards. The room is quite small. There is a bed, a toilet and a shower cubicle. There is no full bathroom, in fact you step out of the shower into the bedroom. But it is budget, and the price is great. The beds are clean and comfortable, and it you aren't after 5 star luxury - its a great stay.
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