Marriott Village d'Ile-de-France4.0 out of 5.0
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Had a very pleasant stay at Marriott's Village d'Ile-de-France. Staff are very nice and ready to help. Morning baguette at the hotel market is something to look forward to! Close to a factory outlet! Shuttle available. Cons: Far from the city. Had to pay for hotel shuttle to go to/from the train station at Disneyland to go see main Paris sights. Took too much time as it takes 45 mins each way. There's a bus option but the walk from the hotel to the bus stop is something to consider in the summer heat. The hotel is also far from the airports. Paid airport shuttle 100 Euros from CDG and 110 from hotel to ORY. So, if you're here for disneyland, it's highly recommended!
Located about a 10 minute drive from Disneyland, Marriott offers a serene enviornment with the comfort of your home in independent townhouses with kitchen facilities alongwith wide open lawns. An ideal place for families with small children who can enjoy the various recreational facilities including swimming, game room, activities center, restaurant, and a small grocery store. The train station at Disney can take you to Central Paris in 45 minutes. Nearby Val d'Europe is the regions favorite outlet mall with shops and restaurants.
We’ve been booking our stay at this very nice resort outside of Paris near Disney Resort almost every year whenever we have a week vacation to spare, this is definitely one our favorite. The staff at this resort are always helpful, professional and treats everyone like a VIP. The resort is only a 40 minute train ride from the train station to Paris. We just hop on the train and do our daily commute which is really convenient. There’s a shuttle from the resort that drives you to the train station almost every half hour and if you missed the shuttle ride, there’s also a bus that stops by in front of the resort to catch every hour on the hour. The 2-Bedroom apartment units are huge, spotless and fully furnished as expected from Marriott resorts. There’s a market place (grocery store) in the property where you can pick up just about anything though prices are not cheap. An alternative grocery shopping place is to go to town, a 10 minute walk and do your grocery shopping at Carre Four with reasonable prices. There’s a golf course on the property, but I have yet to play this course though. There’s just not enough time to play during a week’s stay because we were always running around doing the touristy stuff in Paris. Overall, always a great vacation experience at this resort. We really love this place and will definitely be back...we already have another reservation made, this time we are bringing friends to enjoy Disney and Paris all at the same time!!
This has become our go to place for a home away from home place to relax in. Quite convenient for shopping outlets and Disney Paris. The fireworks display can be seen on a good night from one end of the complex. Staff are very polite and will go out of their way to help you.
We are coming often to the resort as we think it is the best way to enjoy Disneyland and Paris with Kids. We are timeshare owners at another resort but like to trade for this resort. There are always smaller issues when staying with family - same as at Home. What I enjoy at Marriott in general is that everything is handled professional. Thats also the reason I am writing this review, so that everyone going to this resort helps the Management to improve. The issue is about the Swimmingpool, which is not supervised (as it is in other marriott resorts). My complain is not about that it is not supervised, the issue is that the rules for the Swimmingpool are not followed - not even by the employees of the Hotel. When marriott employees walk into the Swimmingpool area without cleaning their shoes, they give a bad example and make the floor very dirty. There are plastic bags at the entrance while they can also buy special Shoes only for this area (as in most Swimmingpools in the World, such Shoes do not cost a lot of money and a five Star resort should be able to afford this). At other marriott vacation clubs this issue does not exist and employees follow the rules. At this marriott employees only Instruct children not to use the Hot tub, while they wear street Shoes themselves or even heavy working Shoes. Also people do eat, take pictures as they want, bring glassware inside, play loud music, use the water fountain as diving place, use soap and sun cream inside the water, etc... The swimming pool is basically very dirty because of all that. In the past there was daily cleaning of the swimming pool area, which also helped that people behaved. That has changed and usually during the day employees only check occasionally. Again, for a five star resort this should not happen and it should be easy to change. Also it is easier to educate children to follow rules, if the rules are followed by the employees. Also supervising the area would solve this problem either by an own reception (like in Marriott Son Antem) or through cleaning staff. We will come again, but we hope Marriott finds a way to improve the swimming pool area.
I was just at the Marriott Village (MV) property 23 - 29 July, 6 nights - my first time at this property. We are owners at Newport Coast and MVCI Chairman's Club level. This property is fantastic; very nice in-door heated pool, two large Jacuzzi pools, sauna, steam room, showers, and all well maintained. Reception, marketplace, and concierge staff are all well trained, informed, and very helpful. The apartments are two floors with living and kitchen downstairs and all bedrooms upstairs - very clean. We did not eat at he property due to our daily schedule, but we did use the Marketplace - very convenient, good selection, and pricey not over-the-top like we have found out other Marriott vacation properties, e.g. single beer 2.10 Euro and very good treat items. We did some grocery shopping at the Auchon, a very huge grocery store. You can pay with cash or credit card - bring you own bag as there is a minimal charge for a bag to hold your groceries. Located with the Auchon grocery store is a huge very modern shopping mall with anything and everything you might require. We parked our rental car everyday at the shopping center and rode the RER into Paris - this was very convenient and inexpensive. We purchased a three day pass for approximately 50 Euro - this enabled us to ride bus, RER, and Metro as many times as we needed without purchasing single tickets. The RER into Paris is 13.80 Euro one way. From Marriott Village we drove to Versailles about 35 minutes - but there was traffic around 9:00 - 10:00 am to get onto the A86, so going from MV took us more like an 50 - 55 minutes. We plan to return to MV, France. TIP - Brought my Garmin GPS with me for the rental car - worked great - downloaded Europe maps before leaving U.S.A. We love Paris, great walking city, lines were long for everything and most places were a two set process - pass through security, then queue up in line for tickets. Don't be too intimidated at Eiffel - the lines moved well about 45 minutes for us at both security and tickets. The on-line services are very good if you don't want to wait in the long security and ticket lines at Eiffel - however, you do pay for this service - tickets at Eiffel were 17 Euro to the for an adult when standing in the ticket line, we waited about 45 minutes in line between 2 - 3:00 pm - Eiffel has three levels. The restaurant opens at 6:00 pm is had a fixed menu at about 70 Euro.
We arrived May 23, 2017 for 6 nights. This was our first time staying out of Paris. Never thought of ever staying outside of Paris.Well to our surprise this Marriott was fantastic. It met all our needs as we were travelling with 4 couples. Each took a Townhouse. Townhouses were spotless, we were so impressed with this location. I recommend if travelling with a family this is a perfect spot to park yourself for a few days or even a week.. All Staf acknowledged us including the gentlemen painting the Townhouses, It was so nice. It felt like home. We all had two bedroom townhouse . Everything we needed was there, We cooked breakfast and upon our return in the evening we broke bread and had wine on our private patio on ground level. I say, take a chance like we did and stay at this location. Close to Disney yet not walkable. Take the Marriiott Bus or walk to the top of the road and the town bus goes by for a nominal fee.to Disney.. Outlet mall is close by there is also a large mall next to the outlet mall. We walked it both ways. Yes it was a long walk but if you are in shape it is a good walk maybe about 3 miles each way. . It was easy to catch the train to Paris, we went to Paris 4 days in a row and had no problems. In closing I thank the wonderful staff at this location , it was a perfect vacation at Marriott's Village d'lle-de-France . We will return Merci
We always love Marriott service. The rooms are great for larger families. A bit pricey, but wouldn't mind as much if the units weren't a bit dated and need of a refresh. Great location and lots of activities for the kids. Awesome outdoor pool, but the weather just didn't cooperate enough.
We stayed here in March of 2017...grandparents and a family of five. We had a suite with Grandma and Grandpa on one side and our family in the other. It was a good choice for a family as opposed to trying to stay in Paris proper with the entire gang. It is a neat and very well maintained property and felt like an old French cottage and village with acreage. The kitchen helped us save a few dollars and there are grocery stores close (one smaller local one and the big one at val d'Europe.) The kids loved the pool and the free classes on all sorts of fun things! All the staff we interacted with were VERY nice and helpful. Exploring the grounds is fun too with all the small attractions (Monet garden) as well as the animals. It is close to the big Val d'Europe area/mall and of course Euro Disney. We did use this as a staging point for our entire vacation including trips into Paris on the train. This did work but it isn't "close" per se so you have to plan for that. If you do go into Paris any given day you need to plan to be there all day to make it worthwhile, coming home in the evening. I believe their shuttle will take you to the train station / mall (or near) but we had a car so we parked at the mall and walked to the train station from there. In case you haven't thought this far, I'm thinking most would not want to even attempt navigating Paris by car and the subways were pretty easy to figure out and there are some good apps out there. You will walk a lot no matter what so wear comfortable shoes, phone/camera, sunglasses, hat and glasses and perhaps an umbrella. Also, though this area has some nice, small neighborhood areas with charm and the shuttles (to the mall, Disney, etc.), I think ideally you would want a car to make this work well and especially with a family. We had one and that worked perfect. We didn't go expecting to do Disney (since we can and have done that in the US) but once the kids knew we were so close we did take a day and do that. It was actually really nice! It felt like home (except Darth Vader talking to us in French lol) and is also considerably cheaper than in the US as well as having considerably less crowds. Overall it was a really incredible vacation. Even though we were there during the politically charged election, we still felt quite safe overall and despite what you may have heard (I did) almost every French person we interacted with was very nice and spoke plenty enough english to communicate with. We found that simply approaching them with a respectful and humble manner did wonders (like anywhere I suppose) and just using the basic phrases in French (and merci) went a long way. I hope you enjoyed this review and have fun if you are blessed enough to go.
What can i say? it is a beautiful property. we had such a great time that we visited twice in less than a year and we are already thinking on when we can go back. Perfect for families, close to the park and the hotel offers a cheap shuttle service which is very convenient so you don't need a car at all. Our villa were perfect on both occasions fully equipped and the welcome tea and coffee pack and laundry facilities was perfect when travel with little children. the market in the resort is a bit pricey but you an find a Supermarket near by. recommended!
- 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 La Vallee Village and Val d'Europe Business Center.
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.
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.
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.
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86% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1286 reviews