Explorers Hotel Disneyland (Paris, France) Reviews
Newest Review: ... of visiting every other hotel as their guests were dropped off. The hotel was most certainly self service in every aspect. On arrival we found our own luggage trolley and checked in for 4 nights with 5 days in the park. This was all very straight forward, after showing the receptionist our e ticket, it went smoothly and we were directed to our room. I can imagine that at times, check in can be chaos, especially when a bus load of holiday makers arrive as they frequently did. They did have a few miniature arcade toys in the reception area, which were run down and shabby. Also at check in we were asked what time we wanted to have breakfa... more
Customer Explorers Hotel Disneyland (Paris, France) Reviews (4)
by - written on 03/11/10 (Very useful, 89 readings)
This June (2010) we went to the Thomas Cook Explorers Hotel, near to Disneyland Paris. It is one of the partner hotels which you can book through the Disneyland Paris website, as I did. It is a three star hotel on the edge of the park, just a five to ten minute drive away with the free shuttle bus. It has been built as the imaginary explorer's Archibald De Bacle mansion, making it sound fun and full of character. Booking the hotel was fairly straight forward. I decided to book through the Disneyland website as the park tickets were included in the price along with bed and breakfast. This made the process much easier and seemed cheaper than paying separately. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/10 (Useful, 26 readings)
On driving in to the hotel you are met by Very impressive Huge Easter island esque statues. The 'explorers' theme continues within the hotel itself with African masks on the wall and a stunning Swimming pool with pirate ship and mermaids. If you want you can even pay more for themed rooms which are top to toe in Jungle themes. The decor of the hotel is a real feature here which I think is a great thing for the kids especially as it allows them to enjoy the whole stay rather than just the bit in Disneyland itself. This is especially important if if like us the 1st day/night is taken up purely by travelling the kids will not be disappointed at all that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/10, updated on 05/07/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
My original review did not do the hotel justice so I have updated it! The Thomas Cook Explorers Hotel is rated 3 stars. It is a situated just a few minutes drive from Disneyland Resort in Paris. I visited this hotel in March 2009 as part of my college study visit. We stayed for 3nights midweek. We travelled from our college in Scotland by coach to Hull and went on the overnight crossing to Zeebrugge. We then travelled by coach down to Paris and to the hotel. The hotel is approx 1hour from the centre of Paris and is the furthest hotel from the Disney park in the area. *Checking In* I was part of a group of 25 students and 3 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/09, updated on 11/02/09 (Very useful, 246 readings)
On visiting Disneyland Paris is January 2008, I researched hotel and travel options extensively in order to make sure I got my term-time holiday (the kids being preschoolers) at the best possible rate. Reading up on www.disboards.com and trip advisor this hotel kept coming up as being good value and also being the only one I could find to have a family room with and adjoining children's bedroom as opposed to curtained bunk beds. For this reason I decided to book it, at the time it was a reasonable £70 per night for a "crew room" which had a double bed, two twin and bunk beds in an adjoining room. We were provided with a travel cot in addition to this ... Read the complete review
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