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Marriott Village d'Ile-de-France

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Always looking forward to my yearly stay! This resort is such a fantastic place to stay. The villas are fab, spacious, bright and comfortable with all self catering amenities you could wish for! The outdoor pool is unbelievably gorgeous. There is also a great indoor pool. There is SO much to do for all ages. The kids club is wonderful. With numerous great activities daily. Also kids and adults films shown in the cinema during the day/evening. Daily adult/family activities scheduled throughout the day too. Bikes available to rent, free BBQ's scattered around the gardens, and a few playgrounds/sports facilities/pitches. There is one bar/restaurant. The food isn't great and it's open at very odd times. There is a supermarket about a 10minute walk from the resort, so there is always an option to cook in the villa. There is a shop on the grounds, which is quite dear, but does pizza's/hotdogs during the day (when the restaurant isn't open). Location is ok. VERY close to Disneyland and a great shuttle bus service running to and from the park and Disney village (with ample restaurants). Also leaves you beside the train station should you want to go into central Paris. The staff are very attentive and quick to respond to requests. The manager, Vivienne, is lovely and we always receive a very warm welcome from her. She knows good customer service and it really shows. Love this place every time! You won't be disappointed!

We visited Paris, EuroDisney and France for the first time over Thanksgiving 2017. We heard all of the stories ... french people are rude to Americans, Disney isn't worth the trip, and Paris is full of crime. I would report that we had an incredible experience in Paris, Disney and our stay at the Marriott Vacation Club was fantastic. The staff at the MVCI are fantastic, attentive, and make our stay even more memorable. They even have French classes daily as one of the activities. Our 12 and 13 year old children had their best vacation yet and we applaud the Marriott MVCI Paris and the Renaissance Arc De Triumph as best in class. We are MVCI owners in Maui and would return to this property in France again! Thank you for the hospitality!!

We stayed here at the beginning of November. First of all I'll state that I am a MVCI owner and I don't usually give the Marriott resorts less than a 5 star rating. But from my experiences here, they need to improve on their guest experience. This resort is a beautiful, pretty village setting. The grounds here are beautifully kept and the rooms are well kept. We got a studio room in the back by the golf course. It was a large studio.The ponds and buildings are pretty and truly give you the feeling that you are staying in a village. We didn't use any pools since we were visiting Paris every day. It realistically takes about 1 hr 20 mins to get to center Paris(Chatelet). It will take 20 mins longer to get to the Eifel Tower via train/bus. From our unit it took 8 mins to walk to the bus stop at the front of the resort. The bus takes 16 mins to Chessy. You then wait 10 mins for the RER A train which takes 41 mins to Chatelet. The issues we had were as follows: 1) On our check out date we asked for a wake up call at 4:15 am. I jumped out of the bed at 4:30am since we received no call. I called the front desk and the individual indicated that he wrote down 4:45 am. That was not good to us and luckily we made our train to London. The worst part is that the front desk employee never apologized. I know this happens occasionally but there has to be a process in place not to make this kind of mistake. 2) When we checked in we were never told about the owner's cocktail on the Tuesday. We were told about this from another owner who happened to mention it to us. I asked the front desk about this and she did confirm the fact. Not good and no apology. As such we weren't able to make it. Just before this visit, we were at Marriott Play de Andaluza and they told us everything we needed to know. 3) When we checked in, it was early so we waited around at the concierge. As we were sitting, we overheard a front desk staff ask someone else in the lobby that a studio was available and if they were booked in a studio. The other couple said they were waiting for a 1 bedroom. I spoke up and said we were already checked in and waiting for a studio. They almost gave away the unit we checked in to someone else. Not good. 4) There needs to be instructions in the major languages to use the common washing/drying machines. I only speak English and I couldn't figure the machines out. It was getting frustrating especially when you don't know the machines. A simple laminated instruction sheet on the wall would really assist the guests in figuring out these machines. This should be simple to do to improve the guest experience. 5) As owners, we normally receive some welcome package at the MVCI resorts. Here we didn't receive anything. Not sure why not here since we always receive some welcome package at the other resorts ie either a beach bag or a bottle of wine etc. Not a big deal but was just wondering. 6) As I mentioned before, the walk to the back rooms could take 8 mins to walk to the bus stop and longer when you have your luggage. I can't understand how folks that have mobility issues get to the reception or units. This resort should have a golf cart or something to help you take your luggage to the check in. We never heard of any of this here and I was sweating by the time I got to my room. They have this at other resorts eg USVI Frenchman's Cove and you tip the driver. On a positive note, the employee Dennis helped us out tremendously prior to us arriving there. I spoke to him at length and he gave us clear instructions on which train and bus to take from the CGD airport. He also gave us instructions on which pass to get for the number of days we were there. Extremely helpful individual who needs to be commended. I know this is a long review but the resort is beautiful and in a pretty setting however there is a lot that can be done to improve the guest experience.

We stayed in a 2 bedroom time share . This is a great location if you plan to do day trips to the champagne area or the loire valley. You definitely need a car. However it is a 40 minute drive without traffic into Paris. The drive can be extremely stressful since their is always a lot of traffic and the motorcycles are constantly weaving in and out of the driving lanes. We drove into Paris but immediately parked our car in a garage near whatever area we planned to see. The staff were helpful in giving us a list of parking garages so that we could put the address in our waze or google maps. The car's GPS was terrible and quite unreliable. I think this is a wonderful place to stay at if you are not planning to visit the center of Paris! You just miss the fun of walking around Paris late at night. We did go to a great restaurant near the timeshare. The concierge recommended it. It was called ZEBRA. You can skip Disneyland and the discount shopping mall. There is a market place but it is strange that breakfast does not start until 8:30 am in the restaurant. Overall I would say that the location is the problem.

We stayed in a 2 Br / 2.5 bath condo from October 27 - November 2, and we really enjoyed our stay. It is nice to stay in a place in Europe with lots of room. As Marriott Club owners in Orlando, we are have stayed in many nice Marriott condos in the USA mainland and Hawaii, and it was nice to experience the Marriott attention to detail in Europe. The staff were were friendly and helpful even in correspondence before the visit. We arranged for transportation to pick us up at CDG and it was a great relief to see a driver with a Marriott sign when we left the baggage area. Though Disney Paris is at the end of the RER A Metro line, we visited Paris each day including a day at Versailles. Val d'Europe is one train stop from Disney or one end of the bus 34 route. It was a nice place to visit as was. Bailly Romainvilliers. One. Day. We would like to go back.

We stayed in a beautiful 3 bedroom villa two weeks ago. The beds were comfortable, staff came in and tidied every day. The indoor pool, hot tub, sauna's were terrific. The concierge and front desk staff all extremely nice and welcoming. We primarily went into Paris everyday rather than Disney and it was a long trip between the public bus and the RER, however the Navigo pass made it extremely affordable. I do think that the shuttle from the resort should be free. We took the public bus which was actually more convenient. It is a great resort if you have kids and want to spend some time at Disney.

Me and my husband spent 3 days and 2 nights . Amenities at property were excellent, expecially the highlight was Monet garden. Villa on the inside was fabulous but when we stepped out as it was and nice and sunny,could't sit longer than 10 mins, There was serious construction noise. Please do avoid 4000 series of villas if u can. Villa itself was well decorated with 2 bedrooms one with en suite. High class toiletries and plush towels. Kitchen had all necessary utensils cook and bake etc. Market place inside property is rip off. Less than 10 min walk there is Carrefour supermarket ,bakery and few resturants. All days we bought fresh produce and cooked food of our choice. They have scheduled activities for adults,kids and teenagers. Some are free and some chargeable. Fitness centre was well equipped and they did sauna and steam room and indoor heated pool. If u taking euro star of rer from paris,take it from chatlet as there escalators and lifts and not much of walking. From disney land station,its quite long walk to the shuttle bus. Look for winni poo logo and thats where shuttle stops. Otherwise outside station there is bus 34 which goes outside marriott village and it was few mins walk to the reception. Its off season,they are charging fee pf 3 euro per person per trip to station and disney land. Overall it was not bad stay. We definitely come back another time.

A bit further out from Disney (beware of travel) but quiet and relaxing. Nice French decoration and the village feel and shop are an added benefit. Bed is very comfortable. Nice bathroom. Would stay again.

This is an ideal place to stay, without the maybe high costs of staying at Disneyland itself. Staff are very friendly, restaurant, bar and shop on site are easily accessible and open at decent hours. The shuttle to Disney is hourly there and back so you can enter the park when it opens, leaving once closed.

This place has a nice golf course. The indoor heat pool and jacuzzi is nice plus when you are there in the winter. Each unit feels like a house on its own. Our unit has 2 bedrooms and 2bathrooms on 2nd floor and a large living room and small kithchen downstairs. Kitchen was wellstocked. The only thing is the dryer takes forever to dry. Their shuttle/taxi service to the airport is reasonable. Our driver was superfriendly. I wouldn't recommend their market though. It's pricey but does not have freshly stocked items. Public transportation is accesible. It's also really close to Disneyland.

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Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining
  • Indoor pool

Located within a mile (2 km) of Golf Disneyland® Paris, Marriott Village d'Ile-de-France is within 3 miles (5 km) of Disneyland® Paris. This 4-star residence has 185 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. Also nearby are Davy Crockett Adventure and La Vallee Village.


Dining

Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. You can sip a beverage at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM.


Rooms

The 185 air-conditioned accommodations afford space to spread out with living rooms and dining areas. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and cable TV. Pillowtop beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Sofa beds, microwaves, and espresso makers are other standard amenities. Limited housekeeping is available.


Property features

Marriott Village d'Ile-de-France features an indoor pool, a children's pool, and a fitness center. There's free parking and a theme park shuttle. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this golf residence include a spa tub, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas.

Room options

Room, 2 Bedrooms

King 1 | Sleeps 6

Room, 3 Bedrooms

King 2 | Sleeps 8

Room, 3 Bedrooms

King 2 | Sleeps 8

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

86% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 1335 reviews