Le Parc d'Eden is located in a picturesque village just 15 min away from the airport. The building is like a medieval castle, the decor is unique. It's not your typical hotel, it offers the atmosphere of a home. The feeling of a home only increases when you learned it's family owned and operated. The owners take great pride in their place.
There is a restaurant by the hotel and the cuisine is exceptional. The restaurant is favored by the locals. And it says a lot about its quality.
The rooms are two story, loft style with the old log serving as beam. It gives the room rustic touch and feel. The bed is comfortable, the bathroom is contemporary.
The hotel is in park like settings, it is a real Parc de Eden. I would highly recommend the place.
Probably the best small hotel I have stayed in in the last two years. Situated in the heart of a medieval town surrounded by history, this hotel is bristling with all the very latest in hotel comfort. It has it's own secure car park and the staff are multi lingual and seem to that extra mile to ensure you have a pleasant stay. Within a five minute walk there are various restaurants to suit most diners.
I was surprised how good the Explorer Hotel was - we were a little worried by some of the reviews. Our son has many complex food allergies which the staff were all aware of and they provide separate food for him at dinner time - not rubbish allergy food but proper salmon, chicken or cod with vegetables and rice or potatoes - and large portions. A special thanks to Patrick Pichon who took our long list of food allergies and found out what we could and couldn't eat for breakfast and dinner, he also greeted us on arrival and made sure Fabien ( dinner manager who was also fabulous) and Gael (the breakfast manager) knew who we were and all the staff were really friendly and helpful. They also provided us with a fridge in our room 5 mins after arrival because we had to carry special milk and margarine.
The room was great and our 3 year old loved the bunk beds - we were ment to have a 4 bed Crew room but they left the door open to the adjoining room which had another bunk bed in it and another flat screen tv. The room was decorated like a pirate ship :) . The shower was great - even though on of the kids had pulled the metal casing off the tube - plenty of hot water and high pressure. The tv was great once you worked out how to use it - they had Cbeebies in English - although it didn't get much use it was good to distract the little one while we fed him a snack.
The whole hotel is themed for little ones with a dragon in the foyer, 3 pirates ships one in the heated pool.
Very good hotel place to go to Disney and to go to shop in Val d'Europe.. Good stuff.. Comfortable room But not very good facilities.. Our stay was for 3 days and we didnt have any room service during it..
Excellent hotel staff, very friendly and competent English speakers. Room and hotel public areas were clean and well maintained. Hotel food was very good. We were able to order a meal in the restaurant at 9pm and didn't feel rushed to finish.
The receptionists were excellent in helping to choose the appropriate rail ticket for hopping around Paris, which was the Mobiles, about four Euros cheaper than the Paris Viste.
Rooms had air conditioning, tea and coffee, and HD TV(only BBC World News) was in English, but you don't go on a trip to watch TV. Plenty of free parking, railway station about 15-20 minutes away.
Excellent shopping mall near called Bry 2.
A nice hotel in a pleasant town. However we had hoped to find some better quality restaurants in the town. The hotel restaurant was perfectly OK, if not upmarket. It was more of a business hotel than a tourist one. There was a nice market on Friday morning.
The stuff and location are very good. The room cleaning services not so good. We was there for whole week and unfortunately room cleaning services was not good. Weaved empty bottels and they was there after room cleaning. They do not have spare pillows. We was 4 people and had only 2 big towels. Else that everything was fine
We were taken aback. The grounds from the car park to the hotel were neglected. In our "annex"wing room, the toilet roll sat on the floor - a broken holder, drains were blocked, an unsealed gap in the shower, between tiles and floor was disconcerting, and half a drawer bottom in an antique bedside table was a surprising. The receptionist hadn't checked on-line bookings and was not expecting guests.
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