Adagio Aparthotel Val d'Europe
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... into the hotel and got on the RER train which took us into the city. The trains weren't to hard to work out and ticket machines had English options. In the city we saw Arc De triophie and the Eiffel tower. Went back to the hotel after that and caught up on all the missed sleep from the ...
... to get back. It was like a bad horror movie, or Time Square New Year's Eve. It was no use; there was no way we were going to be able to see the stage for the Fashion Show. Just before the show started, we decided that the best thing to do was to leave. The convention closed after the show anyway, and we had already spent all of our money on chocolate. Though we couldn't see the chocolate dresses we had come for, we had certainly bought enough to MAKE ourselves some chocolate dresses.
... home, gave us some wine and they played each others' guitars. We chatted about music and he gave us suggestions for food nearby.
We were starving. It was now about 9pm and we hadn't eaten since 730 am (save for a protein bar on the ferry). We went to the Chinese food restaurant around the corner that he'd suggested. We ordered, the equivalent of pork and vegetable egg rolls, beef fried rice and lemon chicken (fried chicken with weird lemon jelly ...
... her, without Maccas we'd be screwed. The first hostel we found was full up except for individual rooms that cost €50 per night. No. The second hostel was just able to squeeze us in thank god. Thats where were are right now. One thing I've learnt about most Parasite hostels, not just the retarded Blue Planet hostel, is that there is only one key per room. This still bugs me, I mean seriously. Shannon and I are separate rooms so between a total of five complete strangers ...
... I tried to walk onto the street. Compared to them I am nothing. I spent the rest of the day in the hostel, refusing to go outside lest I become involved in a deserved road accident and fell into an uneasy sleep.
The night passed into a new day and we finally began our journey to conquer Europe. The romantic citadel of Paris, which is forever spoken of in ancient scriptures was to be our first destination. I must admit that my impressions of Paris were one of disappointment. ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Adagio Aparthotel Val d'Europe Serris
We were a party of two adults and two children visiting Disneyland. Having stayed in French apartments before, we booked an apartment for seven people at around £130 a night,.
We booked P&V Val d'Europe for a one week stay as a base from which we could visit Disneyland Paris, and having a 5 year old child, we usually prefer to stay self-catering than in hotels. The residence offers a free shuttle bus to Disney, but as mentioned in some other reviews you need to time your visits around the bus timetable. We found it suited our requirements and was much more convenient than the train, as the station is at least a 15-20 minute walk away, plus the cost of train tickets. Be warned if you arrive as we did on a Sunday - the quickest way to walk from the train station to the residence is through the shopping centre, but the main mall is closed on Sundays, so you have to walk round it which takes a lot longer. The journey from Charles de Gaulle to Val d'Europe also involves getting two trains which isn't a big problem, but we found ourselves looking enviously at the people staying in Disney hotels, as a shuttle bus operates directly from the airport to Disneyland.
Ich war schon ein paar Mal im Pierre & Vacances Val d'Europe und habe noch nie schlechte Erfahrungen gemacht.
Waren dort für vier Nächte, um Disneyland Paris und die Stadt selbst zu besuchen. Appartement war sauber und komfortabel und nahe dem Val d'Europe Einkaufszentrum. In der Umgebung um das Hotel wird noch gebaut, nur damit Sie sich darauf einstellen können. Swimmingpool war okay, aber nicht beheizt. Für August aber okay.
In a nutshell:
I've been several times at Pierre & Vacances Val d'Europe and never had a bad experience.
We stayed here in aug 05 with 2 adults/2 children and booked one of the 6/7 person appartments for £70 a night. Had a bit of a trial finding the place as a web map had us heading into the village of Serris a mile or so south, obviously head for the east end of Val d'Europe. The reception staff were friendly and spoke good english and most importantly sold disney tickets so you didn't have to queue 20mins at the park gates to buy them. We parked outside on the road, ie free for 4 days and had no problems. There was a free shuttle bus to the RER station and Disney that took about 15 minutes, which is as long as it takes to walk there. However, the bus queue gave us great entertainment from our balcony as the queue swells rapidly (only 3 trips in the morning) and people run to the end of the road as the bus reverses back to the hotel and generally people aren't let on until it is by the doorway- with people running back meeting those waiting - pushing frantically to get on - very un-english! The pool was un heated but in the august heat we found it very re-freshing. We didn't have breakfast in the hotel lobby as most people stay there for the self-catering.
Stayed here for four nights, visiting Disneyland Paris and the city itself.
Great place to stay!
We stayed for 4 nights, with 4 adults and 2 children. Checkin was quick and all staff spoke good English which was helpful. The apartment was clean and comfortable with a great view of Disneyland. The shuttle bus service to Disney was quick and reliable (and busy!). It's only a two minute walk to a HUGE shopping centre which is open until 10pm.
The only slight downside to an otherwise enjoyable stay was that the swimming pool was cold, although some people were still using it. Also, there is no oven so you can't cook much but other than that the kitchen is well equipped. There are quite a few eating places in easy walking distance as well.
We would definitely return to Pierre et Vacances, we were very impressed with it, especially for the price we paid!
I recently stayed 2 nights at the Pierre et Vacances aprtments in Val d'Europe/Marne La Vallee. I chose this as I have 2 children so an apartment was more convenient and cost effective than a hotel.