Villa Bellagio Bussy Saint Georges
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Super stop over
I stayed at this hotel last week, my party consisted of one adult and three children aged 7, 9 and 11.
The hotel is a five minute walk from the underground station and great for travel to Disney and central Paris.
Although the hotel was advertised as a Holiday Inn, when I called central reservations they told me the hotel had recently changed hands. This was confirmed on our arrival and all HI signage had been removed.
We arrived at the hotel at 2:30pm, the room was not ready and we were advised to return in approx. an hour.
The room was clean and well maintained throughout our stay, the room was small which is fine if you're just sleeping there but a pain if you need to do anything more.
We never made it down to breakfast before 9am but there was always plenty to eat. We never had any other meals at the hotel.
All floors have a choclate / drinks vending machine. There were also ice machines but none of these appeared to be working.
I am returning to Paris in August and will definately return to this hotel, but i will book two rooms.
This hotel is a modern built property, spotlessly clean, spacious lounge areas, great for kids to run
around whilst the adults relax, surrounded by beautiful gardens and small lake plus playground area. It has all the benefits of a disney hotel but
at much less cost. The free shuttle takes you right
to the parks entrance in 5-10 minutes, this is were the station is located and you can visit Paris city
centre for the day. There is also Val de Europe shopping centre (5 mins in car) with an excellent range of restaurants and discount designer stores, this is were we went for breakfast most mornings as the hotel breakfast is a little pricey. I would not
hesitate to recommend this hotel for a fantastic family holiday with the added bonus of great value for
Excellent Value, very clean
Just got back from 2 nights at the Holiday Inn at Disneyland Paris. Our party consisted of six people, 48, 42, 20, 18, 16, 16. Receptionists attitudes very mixed, some extremely helpful, others totally ignorant but once we were checked in we were delighted with the rooms. Very clean, spacious with everything you would expect from Holiday Inn - tea/coffee making facilities, toiletries in bathroom, spare pillows etc. Beds very comfortable with duvets. We did not eat in the hotel - wanted to spend as much time as possible at Disney. Spent some time in the hotel bar/lounge in the evening - drinks very very expensive and staff very very slow but overall package (rooms very cheap) still a good deal. Buses to theme park every few minutes. Would definitely recommend and would stay here again.
Clean but mean
I have just got back from the holiday inn bussy 2 days ago and it was my first stay in Paris. I travelled with about another 25 people as we went on a school trip to disneyland and stayed there for the night. On arrival the hotel looked modern and welcoming from the exterior. On arrival into reception we were ushered in and ignored for about 15 minutes while the receptionist finished her phone call, she even shouted at us to be quite. The actual reception area is very bright and has lifts, a pool table and seating area in.
We all had to pay a 10 euro deposit which we received back if the rooms were in acceptable condition after our departure which i thought was a reseanable request. I do not know if all guests have to pay this or just because we were a school party. When given our card key to our room we took the lift up to the second floor and was greeted with a dark coridor, we could not manage to open the door as could not see the slot to put the card in. When in the room, there was two single beds and a bunk bed. There was a television a desk and a ensuite bathroom which was of reasonable size and included a toilet, sink and shower. The rooms itself have a window but the view is of a main road, but there is not much traffic noise.
When we went down for dinner which is in a seperate building we received a toasted sandwich for starters followed by extremely overcooked rice and a chicken drumstick later followed by a chocolate tart. It was not very filling at all. When back near our rooms we got chased down the corridor by a man just wearing a towel or foreign nationality, it was quite scary. We also got a complaint from the hotel that we were being to noisy, seeing as everyone was in their rooms i think they got that one wrong, we later found out it was from the other school aprty upstairs. The hotel itself is quite quiet at night and i managed to get a lovely nights sleep.
At breakfast the next morning it was fairly cramped as the room of the recpetion was the only place to eat. It was self-service but there was not much variety as it was mainly bread and jam. On leaving for disney the next day the hotel conplained that one room was untidy and tried to take all our deposits off us as they said it was a group booking. The mains of the problem was a plastic bag left on the floor, couldn't the cleaner just have picked that up???. Anyway the hotel itself is only 10 minutes away from disney along a motorway. Overall the location of the hotel was excellent.
I will defently returm to Paris but will try another hotel next time. I would reccomend it to people on a bugdet and younger adults but not for school or student parties as they seem to assume you are trouble makers. It would be good for families as the staff did seem friendly and welcoming towards them.
Excellent hotel for Disneyland and Paris
We stayed in the Holiday Inn Bussy St George for ten days at the end of September. The hotel was spotlessly clean with maid service everyday and plenty of clean towels. The nights were quite warm and we were very glad of the air-conditioning. There is a kettle and plastic cups and glasses in the room and an ice bucket - there is an ice machine on each floor. Bring your own tea/coffee or buy a small kit (one person) from reception. We filled the ice bucket each night to keep our milk fresh.
There is a five minute walk to RER station and the train takes 25mins to the centre of Paris or ten minutes to the Disneyland Paris resort, two stops away. The stop in between Bussy St George and Disney is Val D'Europe - a shopping centre with an excellent large hypermarket, ideal for getting milk and bread everyday.
Bussy St George is the ideal destination if flying in from Charles de Gaulle Airport as you do not have to change platforms coming or going - you get off the airport train and the Bussy St George train is on the same platform - no stairs to climb, etc.
We found it ideal for going into Paris during the day and into the Disney Village at night and ten minutes back to your hotel at the end of the day.
Great value, friendly staff
Holiday Inn Bussy St Georges was an excellent value. It is a little distance from Paris, but we made the trip every day with no problem. It only took us about 50 minutes on the RER to get from Charles De Gaulle Airport to the hotel, and about a 25 minute trip to Paris. The RER station is about 6 blocks from the hotel. Bussy St Georges is a small city and we felt completely safe walking from the train to the hotel at all hours of the day. The staff was the best part of the stay. They were pleasant, friendly, and readily helped out with any questions we had, ie. trying to figure out how to use an international calling card, which metro stations were the best to exit at for sightseeing, ect. The hotel was clean, quiet and comfortable.
Clean, cheap, close to Disney but, far from everything else.
We stayed in this hotel for 4 nights in July. We arrived by Plane into Paris and took the metro (RER). The ride to the hotel took 90 Mins. It seemed like an eternity since the trains were crowed, smelly and HOT (The French don't believe in Air Conditioning - or deodorant).
The walk to the hotel is about 15 minutes. Also I do not recommend walking from the train to the hotel after sundown since, the area is under development and isolated.
If you want to be close to Disney but don't want to spend allot of cash this hotel is great for you. Its 10 minutes to Disney, only two stops.
The staffs speak English and are helpful. The hotel rooms are small, they remind me of cruise ship rooms.
The hotel is new and clean. The breakfast consists of pastries, juice and cereal.
If you plan to visit other cites in Paris be prepared to take the RER for about 1 hour minimum.
just back from disneyland paris stayed at the holiday inn bussy st george ,which is only 2 stops from marne le vallee on the rer which runs every 10 mins. supermarket beside the station very cheap and a nice chinese across the square much cheaper than disneyland. the stop in between disneyland and bussy st george is called val europe it has a huge hypermarket and outlet village worth stocking up on your drinks etc. for the park. paid 36 euros a night for a room with 2 double beds . stayed at the holiday inn in marne le vallee last year but the kids and myself preferred bussy st george the staff are great.
Stayed here in January this year.
Have to say I was a little disapointed with this hotel. I expected a bit better of a 4* and would give it a 3* rating. Don't get me wrong, it was comfortable and clean with good quality bedding but lacked the amenities/furnishings of a 4*. I don't know if there was room service available as there was no hotel information in my room. Didn't try the breakfast, but I believe it was 15 euros, which seemed way overpriced and instead had a lovely breakfast at a cafe/boulangerie/patisserie across from the station at a fraction of the price.
It's about a 5 minute walk to the station of Bussy St Georges where you can get a train to either Disneyland (5 minutes) or to Paris (Chatelet) in about 30 minutes.
I would stay here again as it is convenient for both Disney and Paris and the savings are considerable (only paid 50 euros per room per night).
Very nice hotel
Nice, clean hotel. Had a good breakfast in the restaurant. Very friendly and accommodating staff who brought extra towels as soon as we requested them.
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... the apartment. It is pretty cute and thank goodness the building has a lift - we are on the 5th floor.
So we unpacked and had a shower and went to explore. We saw the Bastille monument and walked through the Place de Vogues. Mum kept saying how beautiful it was. Just looked like a park to me.
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... to be seen" but fell out of favour so it was taken over by street thugs (such as myself), then cleaned up and eventually used as a place to preen poodles. As we were leaving, the tour guide warned us that there were a few bars nearby and sometimes people use the underside of the bridge as a urinal, so beware of the smell. He wasn't wrong, as we walked under the smell was the olfactory equivalent of being punched in the gut. Repeatedly. By a gorilla with a body odour problem. It ...
... t eat all my corn flakes yesterday they replaced them with bran flakes. Bloody hell, this was getting a bit weird. I tried to ask cranky pants if corn flakes could be made available tomorrow by he just waved his hand in my direction and walked off. I think he was being dismissive or sending some sort of insult in my direction. I said to MDW " he is being a real pr#ck!." After drinking our warm tea and coffee we handed our key to reception (something you do if leaving the hotel) . I ...
... the entire exhibit was in French, I was able to translate most of the captions because there were pictures right above it! It helped my French and I saw pictures of Paris during wartime. It is very interesting to see the struggle that most of America did not see during the First World War. At first, the Parisians were happy thinking that the war would not last long and towards the end I saw the struggle through the photographs. I don't know many ...
... the quarter pounder here doesn't have ketchup and mustard but sauce bernaisse.) So I am on a visual diet. The French call window shopping, "window licking." I think, like me, food is on their minds constantly. I walk all day long, drinking in the beauty, the magnificent art, the people, then I have a small piece of salmon, some potatoes, maybe a salad and between Joanne and me it costs $80. That's enough to scare ...