The hotel itself on first attractive, its clean, and the staff were friendly. The bedroom itself was clean and a pleasant view of the gardens.
Went to the pool which was a small and shallow, so there was no actual swimming to be done, although a few teenagers were there splashing about, so no room to go anywhere. There was a bigger side for toddlers which was even more shallow.
A bus ran regularly to the theme parks and back which we didn't wait too long for and always got a seat going, but often stood up to get back which is to be expected.
Breakfast was ok also, plenty to choose from, though the hot food was rarely hot, it was palatable.
The one thing that niggled me was that I paid for 2 children at the hotel, who slept on 2 bunk beds which were designed for younger kids, and was not long enough for my two. At the restaurant which was outrageously priced they had to pay an adult price for. We ended up with 3 plates of chips, 2 small cokes each , for a staggering 102 euros. Eat out definitely!!! The Disney parks are cheaper or the same price but you get the atmosphere of it all in with it.
Traveller from UK
Overlooking landscaped gardens, this chateau-inspired hotel is just beside Disneyland Paris® and close to Val d'Europe …More
After reading bad reviews I was really worried but we had a lovely stay, we only slept and ate there so did what we needed it to :)
Are only issue was the combi microwave (couldn't figure it out at all😂😂😂) so had crumpets in a pan but room was clean and spacious and staff were friendly and was a 10 mins drive to Disney
Traveller from united kingdom
This 3-star residence is located in Montévrain This hotel is a 10-minute drive from Disneyland® Paris, a 5-minute drive from …More
i dont have alot to be disappointed about the hotel but i stayed here with my wife who is in a wheelchair and required an accessibe room which we got but space in room was very tight for the wheechair to have easy access
Traveller from glasgow
Set amid manicured gardens and wide lawns, the Vienna House Magic Circus at Disneyland® Paris is just a short ride via …More
I would recommend reading reviews before booking this as there are a few things you would assume a hotel would have but this may not and it could ruin your stay.
WiFi is available throughout the hotel and it is easily accessed and good connectivity. Not a common thing for all hotels.
Breakfast was included and had a great choice of food. Extremely good and grateful with this hospitality. The breakfast has range of teas and juices. Alongside sausages, beans and boiled eggs (no scrambled) and pastries.
Bed is really comfy and found no noise issues as I stayed on the first floor.
Spa facilities are minimal/adequate I guess. I mean only the pool is free and easy accessed for hotel guests and the pool isn’t overly big sadly. Use of sauna is charged. Massages available upon appointment and at extra charge (this is normal I guess for most hotels)
Surroundings include Restaurant which was lovely. Food was great and service was great. Literally a 10 minute walk is a late supoermarket and found this great!
Disneyland is two train stations away and about €2.50pp! Amazing but walking to Bussy train station is a bit far and unfortunately the hotel shuttle does not run often and if you end up staying for the fireworks you need to consider the journey. I would recommend planing everything journey wise if you do plan on going Disneyland as taxi can really be costly as public transport is easy from Paxton.
You will find any extra the hotel will charge. Ie. forks!!
Popular with families and golfers, Paxton Resort & Spa is right in the Val d’Europe business district in the Parisian suburb …More
It is a clean hotel. The staff is very nice and helpfull. It is very close to metro stations. The only thing I did not like is the area where the hotel is located. It is my first time in Paris so I was not very aware of the different areas in the city. Day time is good, night time is a bit different
Traveller from New Orleans
Located in 10th Arrondissement, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Folies Bergere, Galeries Lafayette, and Basilica of the …More
Located 30 kilometres from Paris, Bussy Saint-Georges offers 155 hectares of green areas including ten parks and an international golf area. The former Roman village contains the only vestige of the 12th-century castle built by the De Buci family, as well as several farms and churches. There is an extensive transport network with direct access to motorways and RER line A.