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Basic, to go to sleep and be outside all day. Poor breakfast. Nice train and metro connections. what you need if you plan to go and walk all day around Paris.
The walk to the park is less than 10 minutes no need to take a shuttle. The room was great, the only thing I would say is the rio bar area parents just letting kids run wild, very rude, parents didn’t care.
Clean small room. Stuff OK. Breakfast OK.
Hotel is easy to access from the train station only 5-10mins walk,the staffs a friendly and welcoming,the breakfast is not the best ever,so better get few things from the grocery shop if you don't want to waste 10euros on breakfast.
Perfect loacation in relation to Disneyland only 10mins if that on the train. Breakfast is worth the €6 Would definitely stay here again
Just returned for a 5 night stay here and we all had a great time. Lovely spacious family room more than adequate for the 5 of us and very comfy beds. Cleaned every day. Breakfast was fine, got a little repetitive after day 4 but kids still loved it. Rooms could probably do with tea/coffee facilities ...
Room was very small and no night-time food options in the hotel, but the staff was able to direct me to a nearby hotel. The bed was very comfortable, and while not included in the original rate, breakfast was great and early enough for my early-morning departure.
Good location for C.D.G airport, also hotel is only five minute walk from railway station, I have stayed here before and yet again the front desk staff upon arrival are realy unfriendly, had problems trying to get wifi in room firstly to be told " yes we have a problem but it should work in two minutes" ...
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