This establishment is located in the heart of Val d'Europe's city center and is ideal for those doing business in the area or if you're planning to visit Disneyland Paris. The hotel is a mere 30 minutes from Paris, and offers a free shuttle to and from the theme park, which is less than 10 minutes away. On your off-time there are many hotel-sponsored activities to take part in or you can just enjoy the peaceful sanctuary of your own room.
Disney charm with European flair exudes from this deluxe hotel. Vienna House Dream Castle Hotel accommodates not only the children but also adults. The medieval façade and surrounding waters add fairy tale enchantment, romance, culture and history. This hotel is ideal for families and offers a signature children's program and comes complete with Disney's iconic mascots. For the adults, there is a luxurious spa and wellness zone to enjoy some quality rest and relaxation. A 10 minute complimentary shuttle transports guests to the Disney Parks, RER-station and TGV-train.
Hôtel Kyriad is ideal for families looking for budget-friendly accommodation near the theme park. The hotel offers a variety of family style rooms that can accommodate anywhere from three to five guests in a bunk bed style setting. The rooms are comfortably appointed and all rooms have complimentary WiFi. For business guests, there are meeting rooms and conference facilities on site. Simple, clean and well-appointed, Hôtel Kyriad is a great base of operations for your Disneyland Paris visit and even offers complimentary shuttle service for the convenience of guests.
Just off the Champs-Élysées, this four-star hotel offers excellent service in luxurious surroundings. A superb crystal chandelier graces the main gray marble foyer, and the hotel's Louis XIII lounge features an exquisite Renaissance-style fireplace. Bedrooms contain an impressive array of Louis XVI antique furniture and artwork. The hotel's elegant Le Cinq restaurant, awarded two stars by the Michelin Guide, overlooks a pretty marble courtyard, and the breakfast lounge is popular with the media crowd.
Sleep in class at this five-star deluxe hotel occupying the prestigious Rue de la Paix in the heart of the city. Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme offers the splendors of luxury accommodations in a contemporary setting graced with designs by celebrated architect Ed Tuttle. From the traditional Park Queen room to the lavish Imperial Suite, each abode is furnished with high-end amenities with an underlying wood, silk and bronze theme. The signature Hyatt hospitality extends to the myriad facilities- from the onsite restaurants, including the Michelin starred Pur' to the exquisite Le Spa. To take care of all your business needs, there's a state-of-the-art business center aided by secretarial services and Hyatt event planning along with wireless internet access throughout the premises. So, whether on a family vacation or a business trip, staying with Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme is certainly going to enhance your visit to the City of Lights.
Built on the foundations of a 13th-century abbey and located just two blocks from the banks of the Seine, the Relais Christine is a romantic oasis of peace in the heart of St-Germain-des-Prés. The large, bright, comfortable rooms boast an elegant décor with medieval wooden beams, Toile de Jouy and Louis XIII antique furniture. Breakfast is served in a cavernous, charming room, which was once an old chapel. The staff speak French, Spanish, Italian and English.
Marriott's Village d'lle-de-France is an ideal spot from which to stage a relaxing vacation in the French countryside. Combining traditional elements with modern amenities, the hotel features two story, 2-3 bedroom elegant townhouses adjacent to Disneyland Golf and just minutes from Disneyland Paris. A complete holiday package in store.
Whether traveling for business or pleasure you can choose among the many types of available rooms. Radisson SAS offers free WiFi throughout the hotel, 2 restaurants for casual & fine dining, and a cocktail bar. Its proximity to the Disney Park and golf course makes it an even more desired holiday stopover.
The Disney’s Newport Bay Club hotel is a part of the Disneyland Paris. The building was designed in 1992 by Robert A.M. Stern, who is also responsible for other Disney structures, like the Hotel Cheyenne. The architectural style follows that of a stereotypical 19th Century New England mansion with a Nautical theme which is very clearly seen in the woodwork, seafood restaurants, and not in the least, the crescent bay-like shape of the hotel itself, as it stands by Lake Disney and its lighthouse.