Where to stay for one night near Disney Paris
Bosephine · 08/02/2022 09:41
We need two twin rooms. Happy to stay in a Disney hotel if there's any benefit in that. Hoping for somewhere comfortable but doesn't need to be luxury.
Bosephine · 08/02/2022 12:17
Also wondered if anyone had any experience of minimum ages for Disney rooms? I'm traverlling with 4 teenagers and would ideally like 3 rooms (2 sets of teens together plus one for me) but I can't find any info about whether this is allowed. Thanks
Toffeewoman · 08/02/2022 22:35
Hi we stayed at Hip Park which was one stop on the bus from the park,
We stayed in a one bedroom that slept four but sure they have two bedrooms that sleep six.
Booked it direct and so much cheaper than staying on the park.
Bus stop outside Five Guys puts you straight outside or lots of people walking back after the park closes, hope this helps.
sandgrown · 08/02/2022 22:39
We stayed at some apartments on the Disney bus route and close to a shopping centre. I think they were called Adajio apartments.
whiteroseredrose · 08/02/2022 22:53
We stayed in Residhome Val de Europe.
It was only 1 or 2 stops from Disney and had a twin room, a bunk room and a sofa bed.
It also had a kitchenette which was really handy.
ByMyName · 09/02/2022 17:34
We stayed in the main Disney hotel before and it was GREAT with young DCs. We could literally pop in and out of park to our room.
We had 2 double beds and a cot in the room. We are a family of 4. It was lots of space.
stayathomer · 09/02/2022 17:38
We stayed at the santa fe, was the cheapest of the disney hotels and lovely to be so close! Decent hotel, lovely but not standout Disney iykwim, no oohing or aahing but nice!
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