See and love Paris
Paris is the dream destination for people all over the world – a trip to Paris, the City of Love, is high on most people's wishlist. The French capital has a tremendous array of museums, shops, cafés and sights, combined with that famous French savoir-vivre. If you fall for the city once, you'll most certainly be back.
The exact location
Between Disneyland® Paris, the Champagne region, Paris and medieval old towns, there is much more to discover than Mickey Mouse & Co., and connections couldn't be easier: take the free shuttle bus (bus stop E), which operates a regular service (between the hotel and the Disney® Parks, Disney Village® and the RER/TGV/OUIGO/Thalys & Eurostar Station.
Restaurant Le Baron
Le Baron is one of the restaurants in the Château de Ferrières, the former magnificent residence of the Rothschilds. The unique, luxurious ambience and the fine cuisine of Chef Ludovic Petit and Chef Pâtissier Desty Brami make Le Baron unforgettable.
Serge Gainsbourg House
For all fans of Serge Gainsbourg, the wall of number 5 bis Rue de Verneuil in the 7th arrondissement is a living symbol of the legendary artist. This is the address of the former mansion where Serge Gainsbourg lived from 1969 to 1991. After the artist's death, the wall was covered with graffiti. It was then repainted white, and then again redecorated with graffiti. The wall is a chance, among other things, to commemorate the artist's life.
Jablines-Annet Leisure Park
Located 15 minutes from Disneyland Paris, the Jablines-Annet leisure park is a unique site that covers more than 500 hectares and features the region's largest artificial beach. With a wide choice of sports on offer, including sailing, tennis, basketball, fishing, mini golf and horse riding... there's something for everyone! Entry: €7 in high season / free in low season.
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Astronomy Tower of the Sorbonne
The Observatory at the famous Sorbonne University is perfect for small groups. Its 40 metre-high dome dominates the Parisian skyline and gives an almost 360° uninterrupted view of the city. Under the 7-tonne dome, astronomers use a refracting telescope dating back to 1935 to view the planets and stars, thanks to an optical workshop sitting below the telescope, filled with perfectly polished mirrors.
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Discover and taste local French brie cheese
A discovery tour of the Brie de Meaux AOP is waiting for you. Historical reenactments and tableaux highlight the history of this famous cheese. Learn about the different production steps, from curdling the milk to storing the cheese in cellars for ripening. Finally, get to know the current efforts taken to ensure the quality and popularity of the Brie de Meaux AOP, which is proudly represented by its cooperative fellowship. To top this discovery off, you will be offered a tasting every day at 3.30 pm.
Café for cat lovers
Have you ever been welcomed by our feline friends when you go for a cup of coffee? Nestled in the 15th arrondissement, this coffee house with an original concept straight out of Asia is distinguished by its universe entirely dedicated to cats: a café space , where you can eat in good company, a boutique space, and a playground space, created especially for our furry friends. At Chat Mallows Café, everything is for sale, – except for the adorable kittens. So trade: the purring of the cars and the metro against that of our favourite feline. It’s a priceless experience. And a relaxing moment guaranteed.Read more
Most romantic places
Imagine discovering all the most important monuments in the City of Love at dusk. Your better half by your side, a glass of champagne, a gourmet meal... romantic, isn’t it? Book a table for two with Les Bateaux Parisiens, where elegance meets romance.
Most romantic places
A little house in a charming garden – in the middle of the big city. The Hotel Particulier Montmartre, the secret gem of the quarter, promises a romantic atmosphere for a very special evening.
The hotel is next to the two magical Disney®Parks. The Disneyland® Park has attractions, shows, parades and a wide selection of restaurants. Discover the enchanting Disney®Film and TV World at the Walt Disney Studios® Park. An unforgettable experience for all the family.
The Eiffel Tower, that iconic Paris landmark, offers an incredible panoramic view of the city. The Champs-Elysées with its luxury boutiques and sought-after restaurants is nearby, and the Arc de Triomphe is at the top of the avenue. Don't miss the Cathedral of Notre Dame. And for the bravest of visitors: climb down into the Paris Catacombs.
The most famous smile in the world, the Mona Lisa, by Leonardo da Vinci, hangs in the Louvre. With 300,000 works of art, this is one of the largest galleries in the world. The Musée d'Orsay is famous for its collection of Impressionist art. The Musée du Quai Branly will take you on a journey through other civilisations, whilst the Pompidou Centre is popular amongst younger visitors.
Paris is the fashion hub of the world, where designers of today create the trends of tomorrow. Pick up a bargain in one of the many designer outlets and warehouses. These distinguished designers are right at the cutting edge. The Marais district is full of vintage shops. The most famous department store in the city is Galleries Lafayette.
LET FRANCE SPARKLE
The Champagne region is renowned for the drink of the same name, for fabulous cuisine, and also for its history and culture. Today, there are almost 300 Champagne producers, many of whom offer tours with tasting included. Reims Cathedral is one of France's most important sights and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- From Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV train station:
Take the free shuttle bus (bus stop E) direct to the hotel.
(Journey time: approx. 15 mins. Fare: for free)
- From Paris Gare de Lyon station:
Take the RER A train to Marne la Vallée Chessy, then change onto the free shuttle bus (bus stop E) which takes you directly to the hotel.
(Journey time: approx. 60 mins. Fare: approx. EUR 7,50)
- From Charles de Gaulle Airport:
Decide which mode of transport suits you best: the shuttle bus costs EUR 23 for adults and EUR 10 for children each way, and takes you directly to the hotel. If you would prefer to travel by taxi, use the hotel partner, Mobilea (from EUR 80/taxi). Or why not consider the environment and take the TGV train to Marne la Vallée Chessy station?
(Journey time by TGV train: approx. 9 mins. Fare: approx.
(Journey time by taxi: approx. 2 h. Fare: approx. EUR 80*)
- From Orly Airport: The shuttle bus will transfer you and your family in comfort directly to the Marne la Vallée Chessy TGV train station. Then take the free shuttle bus (Bus stop E) direct to the hotel.
(Journey time by shuttle bus: approx. 2 h. Fare: approx.
Plan your journey by air.
*Price quoted is for guidance only.
Now this is what you can call easy: regardless of which direction you are coming from, simply take the A4 motorway in the direction of Marne La Vallée Disneyland and exit the motorway at Junction 14. Follow the signs for the hotel.
The hotel has 300 free parking spaces available.
Via personal transfer
- Nearest train station for travel to the airports/Paris city centre: 3 km
- Exhibition centre: 3 km
- Paris city centre: 40 km
- Charles de Gaulle/Orly Airports: 40 km
- Nearest bus stop to Disneyland® Paris: 50 m
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