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Travel/Hotels for Paris By: Bianca Date: May 07, 2005, 03:16:43 am
Travel will cost £59 return ticket on Eurostar. Need to decide if we will go to Paris and then get the metro to Disneyland or if we should go straight to Disneyland.

I assume that we will want 1 or 2 extra days in Paris (J and I certainly intend to stay a few more days). So I quote the following for 5 nights commencing on Thursday 30 June:

FROM LASTMINUTE.COM

Tulip Inn Marne la Vallee - 3* (2 stops from Disneyland)
£280.08 for a double/twin room = £140.04 per person for 5 nights

Hotel l'ElysÈe Val d'Europe - 3* (1 stop)
£373 for a quad room (4 beds) = £95 per person for 5 nights (including the 1 euro "French Tourist Tax"

Kyriad Prestige Paris Est - 3* in Joinville-Le-Pont (12 stops)
£270 for a double/twin room = £135 per person for 5 nights

Kyriad Torcy - 3* nr Disneyland Paris
£244 for a double/twin room = £122 per person for 5 nights
£290 for a quad room (1 double & 2 twin beds) = £75 per person for 5 nights - HOW CHEAP IS THIS?!

Kyriad Disneyland Resort - 2* in Paris
£233 for a double/twin room = £117 per person for 5 nights

FROM EXPEDIA.CO.UK

Hotel PremiereClasse de Bussy Saint Georges (2 stops)
£125 for a triple room = £42 per person for 5 nights
£165.90 for a quad room (1 double & 2 twin beds) = £41.50 per person for 5 nights - HOW CHEAP IS THIS?!

Tulip Inn Marne la Vallee (2 stops)
£287.65 for a double/twin room = £143.80 per person for 5 nights
£309.85 for a quad room (1 double & 2 twin beds) = £78 per person for 5 nights

Citea Bussy St. Georges (2 stops)
£224.80 for a double/twin room = £112.40 per person for 5 nights

AND MY FAVORITE SO FAR (not sure of travel distance):

Pierre & Vacances City Val d'Europe
2 Bedrooms Apartment - 5/6 People
Living room with one twin sofa bed or pull-out bed, bedroom with one double bed, cabin with bunk beds. Kitchenette with electric rings, fridge, microwave oven, dishwasher and electric coffee maker. Bathroom with separate WC. Television, telephone with Internet connection. Some apartments are duplex.
£505.79 = £84.30 per person for 5 nights

OR

1 Bedroom Apartment - 4 People
Living room with one double sofa bed, or one twin sofa bed and one pullout bed, bedroom with one double bed or two twin beds. Some apartments are duplex. Kitchenette with electric rings, fridge, microwave oven, dishwasher and electric coffee maker. Bathroom with separate WC. Television, telephone with Internet connection.
£444.38 = £111.10 per person for 5 nights
Travel/Hotels for Paris By: IL-Tim Date: May 07, 2005, 10:50:56 am
Hotel PremiereClasse de Bussy Saint Georges @ 41.50 a night sounds good to me.

I wil come back Sunday night. No need to spend more time than I need to there.
Re: Travel/Hotels for Paris By: IL-Ed Date: May 07, 2005, 12:58:23 pm
I'm still trying to confrim being able to get the days off but if I go I will be happy to take the evening train from the resort back to London on Sunday night.

So 3 nights for me.

Maybe we could do 1 room for those staying longer and book one for those just needing the 3 nights.
Re: Travel/Hotels for Paris By: Bianca Date: May 07, 2005, 01:23:00 pm
The hotels in Disneyland start around £200 per night. Some of the hotels I mentioned are really close to Disneyland. It will take 10 minutes to get there by train.

I only did the 5 night thing but of course rooms can be booked for how many nights people want to stay.
Re: Travel/Hotels for Paris By: IL-Ed Date: May 07, 2005, 01:26:10 pm
Yeah, I started looking at prices then edited out the resort hotel comment when i saw...
Travel/Hotels for Paris By: Bianca Date: May 07, 2005, 01:27:02 pm
Quote from: "IL-Tim";p="1275"

Hotel PremiereClasse de Bussy Saint Georges @ 41.50 a night sounds good to me.

I wil come back Sunday night. No need to spend more time than I need to there.


That is £41.50 for all 5 nights inclusive!
Re: Travel/Hotels for Paris By: IL-Nico Date: May 07, 2005, 02:05:18 pm
I look for some information about Pierre&Vacance it s a great hotel with swimming pool...

I found this information:

"Free shuttle service between the residence and Disneyland Resort"


I think this hotel is very nice

I will stay 4 nights
Travel/Hotels for Paris By: IL-Tim Date: May 08, 2005, 11:24:10 pm
B,
I think its safe to say we all trust your judgement. You have been doing an outstanding job. Since it takes so long for feedback could you just get together w/ Nico (because he knows the distances involved) and just make an executive decision? Cost is important but I don't want to be more than 1/2 an hour from the fields.

His home # is 02077030326

Since I have the Monday off, 4th of July-the day I celebrate my country's freedom from British oppression, I'll stay Monday to take in some of Disneyland.
Re: Travel/Hotels for Paris By: IL-Nico Date: May 09, 2005, 12:50:11 am
Ok Tim, we spoke together on saturday
Re: Travel/Hotels for Paris By: Bianca Date: May 12, 2005, 11:56:01 pm
Nico,

We won't be able to stay at Pierre & Vacances City Val d'Europe because there are 4 couples going that will need seperate rooms. I'm happy to share accommodation but not sure about the others. At Pierre & Vacances City Val d'Europe the apartments do have seperate rooms but not sure if the other couples want to do a houseshare.
Re: Travel/Hotels for Paris By: IL-Nico Date: May 13, 2005, 03:12:08 pm
Bianca

I think this hotel is great, after for the couples I don t know.

You ve known together since a long time, I think we can have a room for:

Tim, Yuriy, Ed, me.

Ja, Bianca, Bev, Bev s girl friend (Sorry I forgot her name)

H, H s girl friend  

Ben, Ben s parents

Something like that.

Between a friends I think we mustn t have a problem
Re: Travel/Hotels for Paris By: Bianca Date: May 14, 2005, 05:23:40 pm
I know what you mean! I love the hotel too. But the way the apartment is set up will not allow for couples to share. 1 couple will have to share with either 2 or 4 single players.

Like I said, I don't mind sharing an apartment because there will be a seperate room with a double bed for J and I and the other rooms will have single beds.
Re: Travel/Hotels for Paris By: IL-Nico Date: May 14, 2005, 10:35:05 pm
The best thing is to ask to H and Bev.

Perhaps you know already the answer!

Bev, H what do you think with your girls friends to share your room?

I think the hotel has some double room.
Have a big apartment is great to speak the evening about the field..., with a big aparment we will be able to speak together without a problem.

If you have another idea, as a lot of people now is not a problem for me to share my room, I think all the team saw me to wear only a boxer.

No, I forgot Sonny, but he doesn t know what he loses.

I know Bianca, you will do the best thing

Cheers
Re: Travel/Hotels for Paris By: IL-Nico Date: May 20, 2005, 12:04:11 am
I looked a long time the hotel to Paris.

The best hotel are:

1/ Pierre & Vacances City Val d Europe **** (about 0.5km/ 1.5km from the fields) from 87Ä, we will save a money with the food because we can cook.

2/ Kyriad Disneyland Resort *** ( about 0.5km/ 1.5km from the fields) from 67Ä

3/ Holiday Inn Disneyland Paris *** ( about 1km/ 2.5km from the fields) from 55Ä

4/ Hotel du Moulin de Paris-Magny ** ( about 1 km/ 2.5km from the fields) from 61Ä

If we don t  want to stay at home during this tournament we must book the tournament and the hotel now.
I think its already too late for a lot of hotel near to Mickey & co.

I know there is Amsterdam before, but we must book all the regitrations in the begining of the next week

Cheers

Nico
Travel/Hotels for Paris By: Ben01 Date: June 09, 2005, 12:20:56 am
OMG NO my train is leaving at 6:45 im hoping that won't interfere.