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Movenpick Dream Castle Hotel EuroDisney

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janinlondon · 29/11/2004 15:44

Anyone with a report on this hotel? Firestorm? Wondering how it compares with the other "nearer the magic" hotels.

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firestorm · 21/12/2004 14:07

hi, sorry i only just read this.
the movenpick dream castle was fabulous! my dh (who has stayed in a lot of hotels) says that it is one of the best ones he has been in.
there is a regular bus service to the parks from there which is quite handy, & its only a few minutes walk away from a service station with a convienience store.
i would highly recommend it & will definitely go back again. (cant wait)
check out their website


janinlondon · 21/12/2004 15:03

Thanks Firestorm. Is there an actual pool? The description makes it sound like a pond and I can't see any photos..?

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firestorm · 21/12/2004 20:25

there is a pool at the hotel & also a fitness room. we didnt get to use them though because unfortunately my dd developed chickenpox while we were away & the other guests wouldnt of been very impressed to see her there.
go onto the disneyland paris website & they will send you a brochure (that brochure has the best prices for getting to dp anyway) or get yourself any brochure featuring disneyland paris at the travelagents, they have some good info on what facilities the hotel has.


janinlondon · 22/12/2004 08:53

Sympathies re the chicken pox Firestorm. My DD came out in them the day we stepped off the plane in Australia, so similar experience!

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firestorm · 22/12/2004 15:14

thanks jan, luckily for us & her she got it very mildly & it didnt effect her enjoyment of the holiday. her sister got it much worse two weeks later but were now spot free for christmas.
have a good one

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