please can anyone who knows Paris help with this question?

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Southwest Fri 29-Jun-12 09:52:46

ok not the most exciting...
i am struggling with Disneyland and have come up with the idea of staying in a hotal in the suburbs/nearby town/village so please can you suggest somewhere (Im hoping this will save me some money)

looking for 4 nights prob 2 days at Disney 2 in Paris we have a car so happy to drive to Disney then hoping that catching a train into the centre might work

please can you suggest somewhere?

my sis wants to join us but has no car so would eurostar please can you tell me if that location would work for her too

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Bonsoir Fri 29-Jun-12 13:42:39

How old are your DC?

Southwest Sat 30-Jun-12 02:21:11



Not all mine!!

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Bonsoir Sat 30-Jun-12 07:09:06

Forget it then! Four and three are far too young to enjoy Disney.

hellsbells99 Sat 30-Jun-12 07:12:37

We took our 2 DDs at around 3 and 4. Had a great time. We stayed in bussy st george (excuse spelling) at a hotel that was a couple of mins from the metro and just caught train each day to Disney. Have fun!

natation Sat 30-Jun-12 07:44:54

How many adults and children would there be in each hotel room? It would possibly make a difference as to which hotels are the most economical.

Bussy St Georges, Torcy, Noisy .... look along RER (express metro) line A which goes to Disneyland (Marne la Vallée-Chessy) and you'll see these stops. There are quite a few budget hotels within walking distance of these stops.

A "Mobilis" day ticket into Paris from one of these stops is €14.20 and includes unlimited travel for that day for zones covering Disneyland to Paris. Children can buy a weekend "mobilis" ticket for €7.10. It would be much cheaper to drive closer to Paris perhaps into zones 1-2, it basically halves the prices of transport tickets. The "Paris Visite" tickets are more expensive for adults so avoid being told to buy them, Mobilis tickets are still cheaper, but for children outside weekends when child Mobilis tickets are not available, either individual tickets for each journey or "Paris Visite" might be cheaper.

natation Sat 30-Jun-12 07:55:34

A quick search for hotels along the RER comes up with rooms at €50 for 3 people in a room or €70 for 4 people in a room, within walking distance of the RER line. I'm not sure you'll get cheaper.

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Southwest Sat 30-Jun-12 10:38:42

on the run but you are all stars thanks

will read more later

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BriocheDoree Sat 30-Jun-12 12:52:30

you could also try the site because they sometimes have reductions on the disney hotel which (when you include the reduced disney entry fee that you get for staying in the hotels) might be worth looking at.

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