Explorers Hotel At Disneyland Paris
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- Just 1.5km from Disneyland Paris
- Great range of dining options
- Wi-Fi access
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The Explorers Hotel is superbly located, just 1.5km from Disneyland Paris and within easy reach of the French capital itself. The hotel run regular and complimentary shuttles to the International train station, with access to local transport for Paris, and the Disneyland Park can be accessed in a matter of minutes. The hotel also benefits from being close by to Val d’Europe international shopping centre and the Sea Life Aquarium too.
Each of the 390 comfy guestrooms at the Explorers Hotel are made to feel like a home away from home. Complete with en-suite bathroom, separate toilets, flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi access and tea & coffee making facilities, the rooms are equipped with your convenience in mind.
With a terrific range of dining options available at the hotel too, it’s a great choice for your short break; onsite facilities include an a la carte restaurant, a buffet restaurant, pizzeria, a coffee and cake stall and a hotel bar. Perfect for the whole family – with fantastic play areas for the kids, a video arcade, a jungle gym and an impressive heated indoor pool, there’s plenty of places to burn off any extra energy the littler adventurers of the family may have. Plus, experience the latest in cinema technology when you visit the Explorers Hotel’s amazing XD cinema screen, this incredibly intimate, 12-seater screen offers an extra-specially thrilling atmosphere – the fun at the Explorers Hotel is simply never-ending.
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 3.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 3.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 1.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 3.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 3.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 3974 reviews
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Fun at Disney Paris
Stay Date: 22/05/2014, a customer aged 45-64 from York who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
Explorers Hotel was adequate. Swimming Pool and play areas for children are good and offer a welcome break from the busy atmosphere at the Disney parks. The rooms are clean but would certainly benefit from a refresh. I am guessing these rooms have no… See more
Explorers Hotel was adequate. Swimming Pool and play areas for children are good and offer a welcome break from the busy atmosphere at the Disney parks. The rooms are clean but would certainly benefit from a refresh. I am guessing these rooms have not been touched since the hotel was built and they do now seem a little dated. The shower is certainly in need of an update. Reception staff where pleasant and helpful. Breakfast could easily be improved, whilst I appreciate it was continental, it was very basic. The toast machines certainly need replacing - you had to send your bread around several times. Free shuttle service offered to the Disney Parks did not seem to run as often as indicated on the timetables for the particular days we visited the Parks, however it did take you right up to the entrances for the parks and the train station. All in all for the small amount of time we spent at the hotel it was adequate. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 3 out of 5
- Destination: 3 out of 5
- Sleep: 3 out of 5
- Breakfast: 1 out of 5
- Staff: 3 out of 5
- Disneyland Paris: 4 out of 5
- Annettes: 3 out of 5
Stay Date: 09/2017, Angela W wrote this review.
Getting to the hotel: we arrived at CDG airport terminal 2, and asked at the info desk what the options were to get to Disney as we knew we could get the free shuttle from there to the hotel. we were told the fastest way was by fast train (10 minute… See more
Getting to the hotel: we arrived at CDG airport terminal 2, and asked at the info desk what the options were to get to Disney as we knew we could get the free shuttle from there to the hotel. we were told the fastest way was by fast train (10 minute ride) but this was the most expensive, 28 euros per adult and I think 20 euros per child. next cheapest option was the magic shuttle bus at 23 euros per adult and 14 euros per child and takes about 1 hour. cheapest option would have been the normal train at about 15 euros per adult and 7 euros per child but takes 1 and half hours and then need to get from train station to hotel, seemed complicated. we went with the fast train option based on it being the fastest way and we were in terminal 2 where the TGV (fast train) station is. so, we went to the ticket office and queued for about 20 minutes, bought our ticket and then realized the next train was in 1 hour! when we boarded and found our allocated seats they were taken by some people I don't think had tickets, ( no one checked for tickets ) anyway, one stop later we got off, out of the station straight to the shuttle stand outside the station where our hotel shuttle stop was easily located. In hind sight the magic shuttle bus would have been slightly cheaper and easier, as we later found out it goes to the hotel. we booked the magic shuttle bus at the hotel reception to get back to the airport and was much easier. booking transfers before you go might be cheaper and easier and would recommend if travelling with younger children or in a larger group. check in: we arrived at 1 pm and our room wasn't ready until 3 pm, so we gave our details and went to leave our luggage in the storage room where you can lock your cases in a locker with a pin code, and got the free shuttle to Disney. we got our keys when we arrived back to the hotel later which was fine. hotel staff were polite and friendly. the rooms: the room was a decent size, we had 2 single beds and a double in our family room. the room was clean, linen was clean and beds comfortable (no extra pillows, you get one each). only 1 towel per person no hand towels. tea and coffee facilities were rubbish, paper cups, 2 tea bags and one sachet of powder milk, went to reception to ask for more, she gave me one more milk and 2 t bags. (tip: don't use tap water to make drinks, leaves oily film in your cup). tea and coffee doesn't get replenished either. room has tv with both french and English channels. a safe was available in the room, not much storage space for clothes but we were only there for 2 days so wasn't a problem. liquid soap is in the bathroom but no other toiletries, you need to take your own. there was a hairdryer on the wall in bathroom but we didn't use it as we took our own. in our room we had both European and English plug sockets which was good. breakfast: personally, I hated the breakfast, however, a reasonable choice of salad, cold meat, chopped fruit, yogurt, croissants, toast (horrible bread) and coco pops or corn flakes. English breakfast was available for 4 euros per person! the dining area was packed and not easy to navigate with people going in all directions!! drinks were fruit juice from a machine (very acidic taste) or tea, coffee, chocolate from a machine. facilities: the pool was great, kids were having fun on the slides. the ball pool play area was also nice for kids. there is a 3D cinema after 6 pm at 5 euros per person but we didn't try this. there is a bar open in the evening until 11 pm ( not sure about prices), a pizza bar open till 11 with pizza for about 12 euros each. drink and snack machines were available around the hotel. common areas were kept clean and tidy, lifts were very slow but its a very large hotel. all staff seemed friendly and approachable. Disney shuttle: the shuttle was available regularly outside the hotel, about every 15 minutes. the shuttle stops for 5 hotels in the same area this hotel was the last of 5 to pick up so usually have to stand, and last to drop off on the way back. it gets very busy at night especially if you stay for the fireworks, I would recommend getting to the shuttle stand asap when the show is over or you will be in for a long wait and a very cramped journey to get back. shuttle takes about 5-10 minutes to and from Disney to the hotel Tips: take plenty of drinks and snacks with you to the Disney parks as its very pricey! outside the train station as you come out to your right, if you follow the station building round from the outside you will find small shop in the station called casino. in there you can get milk, drinks, snacks all at a fraction of the cost of the Disney parks. eating out, best value for money would probably be the buffet restaurants but you have to make reservations, we couldn't eat there as no reservation! there is one in the Disney park called plaza gardens this was around 36 euros per adult and 18 per child, this includes drinks not sure about alcoholic ones though. in the Disney village there's billy bobs tex-mex, but only get one drink. costs about 33 euros per adult and around 16 euros per child. we ate at the rain forest cafe, staff were nice we chose from the set menu and with a main, desert and drink it was 30 euros per adult and 14 for kids. food wasn't hot but it wasn't too bad either. nice atmosphere and decorated nicely in a rain forest theme, kids liked it. hotel check out. very easy, just post your keys! kids were able to still use the pool and play area. a shop upstairs from the play area sells crisps and drinks at quite a high price but convenient. overall. a nice hotel for the price, very easy access to Disney with regular free shuttle. lovely staff, clean room but a little disappointed with room facilities i.e towels, hot drinks, and the breakfast was a big let down. the facilities such as the pool, play area and outdoor park were great for the kids. 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Stay Date: 09/2017, rita b wrote this review.
From the moment we arrived at the Explorers hotel the staff were friendly and attentive. Our room was clean and functional the children loved it. The hotels facilities were wonderful with a great swimming pool and play areas, it was a shame the cin… See more
From the moment we arrived at the Explorers hotel the staff were friendly and attentive. Our room was clean and functional the children loved it. The hotels facilities were wonderful with a great swimming pool and play areas, it was a shame the cinema was not in use during our stay but there was plenty of other things to do and to be honest most of our time was spent at the park itself. The breakfast was good and fresh and the usual continental selection of meats and rolls with jams , croissants and maderia cakes, eggs and bacon were also available if required. We ate at the hotel every evening and again the selection was good and the desserts were wonderful, our only small criticism would be the lack of selection for the children as they only offered chicken nuggets. We had one very small issue with our bedroom window while we were there, we reported it and it was fixed immediately. If we return to disneyland again, we would not hesitate to book at the Explorers, a very family friendly hotel. Collapse
took care of us well at last minute
Stay Date: 09/2017, David J wrote this review.
Was sent here after a flight cancellation (at an airport 45 mins away!!) but even though it was late at night they checked in a full bus-load of people in very quick time. The rooms were very spacious, with 4 single beds (2 bunk beds, 1 set in a sepa… See more
Was sent here after a flight cancellation (at an airport 45 mins away!!) but even though it was late at night they checked in a full bus-load of people in very quick time. The rooms were very spacious, with 4 single beds (2 bunk beds, 1 set in a separate room) and a comfy double bed. We were only there for 4 hours but it went well. it's definitely not walking distance to Eurodisney, but I'd imagine the shuttle bus only takes 5-10 mins. Collapse
Good hotel with young kids
Stay Date: 09/2017, kidd085 wrote this review.
Family of 6 staying in crew room. Room was pretty small for 6 but adequete for all the time spent in it. Beds in main room very comfy, bunks uncomfortable for adults. Bathroom grand with powerful shower. Rooms really need morw storage for clothes onl… See more
Family of 6 staying in crew room. Room was pretty small for 6 but adequete for all the time spent in it. Beds in main room very comfy, bunks uncomfortable for adults. Bathroom grand with powerful shower. Rooms really need morw storage for clothes only 5 hangers for 6 people (bring some). The bunkroom could easily have some extra shelves for clothes. Onto breakfast contiental as stated when booking lota of variety in terms of pastries and fresh fruit etc. Totally packed with people massive queue to get into the breakfast area and really caotic once you got in. The swimming pool was highlight kids really loved it. Theres a great soft play area also which is great for kids in evening while adults take advantange of happy hr of beer,wine and soft drinks 7-8pm. Overall great base for disney. Would return in future. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2017, 388fionaw wrote this review.
Nice for families hotel, some of the rooms a long way away from the heart of hotel, but my fault should have stated I had mobility issues at time of booking. Good food options, although breakfast a bit of a rugby scrum! fab fun pool and helpful staff… See more
Nice for families hotel, some of the rooms a long way away from the heart of hotel, but my fault should have stated I had mobility issues at time of booking. Good food options, although breakfast a bit of a rugby scrum! fab fun pool and helpful staff. Free shuttle to Disney parks and train station to Paris! Collapse
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