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Old 7 Apr 24, 07:45 PM  
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Any air b and b recommendations?

Evening all,

We are looking into a December trip and ideally would like to stay in an air b and b so we can make meals for the kids and lunches for the parks.

Has anyone done this before and have one they could / would recommend please?

Am planning 1 night and the Disneyland hotel as it will be our daughters 6th birthday when we are there!
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We stayed here last March . It has two double bedrooms. It was right opposite the food hall entrance of Val d’Europe and the designer village. We walked to the parks some days and also used the multi storey car park by the bus station and Disney village. We liked the Airbnb it was just like the photo’s. There were a few things that were worn but nothing that bothered us. The building was really quiet and secure and the included parking spot was big enough for our estate car and in the secure car park. There was a bus stop for Disney just up the road but we didn’t use the bus.
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We stayed here last March . It has two double bedrooms. It was right opposite the food hall entrance of Val d’Europe and the designer village. We walked to the parks some days and also used the multi storey car park by the bus station and Disney village. We liked the Airbnb it was just like the photo’s. There were a few things that were worn but nothing that bothered us. The building was really quiet and secure and the included parking spot was big enough for our estate car and in the secure car park. There was a bus stop for Disney just up the road but we didn’t use the bus.
Thank you so much.

Do you know whether this was close to the train station please? We are going on Eurostar. Thanks.
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Hi, I think we were the opposite side of Val d’Europe from the train station so quite a walk. It was a fifteen/twenty minute walk to Disney and the station there.
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If you are going by Eurostar to Marne la Vallee (rather than the Paris train to Gare du Nord), just go up the escalator and out into the ticket hall, then buy RER tickets to Val d’Europe. The machines have an ‘English’ function. Tickets are about 1.90 Euros I think.

Then go down to the RER platform and catch a train - it’s one stop and takes 5 minutes if that.

You will see the Val d’Europe shopping centre when you come out of the station.

Altrrnatively you could try Uber, never done it myself but there are plenty around.
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If you are going by Eurostar to Marne la Vallee (rather than the Paris train to Gare du Nord), just go up the escalator and out into the ticket hall, then buy RER tickets to Val d’Europe. The machines have an ‘English’ function. Tickets are about 1.90 Euros I think.

Then go down to the RER platform and catch a train - it’s one stop and takes 5 minutes if that.

You will see the Val d’Europe shopping centre when you come out of the station.

Altrrnatively you could try Uber, never done it myself but there are plenty around.
Yes we are going via Lille as I heard / saw that was an easier change to Disneyland than Paris. We have staff travel so the cost the same to us.

Thank you.

I’ll have a look on maps to see where the station is etc.

VDE seems like a good area to base ourselves though.
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We have stayed at a couple of air B&B’s at val d Europe. We just came back on Friday. We got the Eurostar from Gare de Nord. Used bolt rather than Uber. Cost us £43 one way.
If you stay at val d Europe it’s walkable to Disneyland.
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VDE is definitely a good base. There is a massive shopping centre and supermarket so can pick up plenty of snacks to take into the parks which saves a lot of money.
Maybe look on booking.com at hotels? Many have 'studios/1 bed apartments' with a small kitchenette area. I am dubious of using airbnb and with booking.com you can check reviews etc.
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Residhome, Adagio Aparthotels, Staycity, Sejours et Affaires and others all offer multiple rooms and catering facilities and all are really near DLP - either walkable or by Val d’Europe station.

I have not used any but I’m sure others on here can share their views.

We usually stay in the Ibis but that is just a double room.
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We are staying in Séjours & Affaires Serris Val d'Europe Rive Gauche on August and it has a small kitchen, might be an option
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