Recommended Airbnb near Disneyland Paris

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On a weekend in March we stayed in an airbnb near Disneyland Paris which was absolutely beautiful and perfect for 5/6 people. I wouldn’t hesitate to book it again when we visit again and I have already recommended it to other people.

The weekend we travelled to Disneyland we paid just £361.16 for two nights to stay at the most beautiful apartment – Bohemia, which slept 6 people (5 of us that weekend) in two bedrooms with a sofa bed in the lounge. We booked on airbnb but you can also book with booking.com whichever you prefer. If Bohemia isn’t available the same owner also has Livy and Alba.

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There was a beautiful bathroom, separate toilet with washing machine and tumble drier, a double bedroom, a twin room and a lounge/kitchen area with everything you’d need including a dishwasher. In addition there was also a large terrace which due to the weather we didn’t use but would have done in warmer weather.

The real benefit of this apartment was also that it was a 30 minute walk to Disney, meaning we didn’t have to think about transport, buses or shuttles. There was also a bakery 10 minutes into the walk, meaning breakfast was sorted! The walk home (after staying until the very end of the fireworks) was a little trickier and I do wish we had taken one of the waiting taxis (but we can do that next time).

I’d definitely recommend you consider booking this apartment particularly if you’re travelling as a family of 5 or 6 to Disneyland Paris.

For more tips on Disneyland Paris and where we booked tickets and why (attractiontix) then click here.

For larger families, hotels and in particular Disney hotels can be crazy prices.

The cheapest Disney hotel I could find on site for the same two nights was € 1,905 to stay at Disney Santa Fe in two rooms or € 2096 to stay at Disney Hotel Cheyenne again in two rooms which we couldn’t guarantee would be together.

The cheapest Disney hotel offsite was € 978 at Disney Davy Crockett which looked great (and you got the extra magic hour) until I realised there was no transport provided and you’d really need to drive/book a taxi to get to Disney Paris. You can see from the map above the Davy Crockett is on the wrong side of a ring road which makes it a lot harder to walk. The upside to that booking was however that all 5 of us could be in the same bungalow space, meaning no issue with being put in different locations across the hotel.

The issue I had with booking a hotel close to Disney, but not an actual Disney hotel was again that they wanted to put 5 of us in two rooms and wouldn’t guarantee that the rooms would be close. We do however have a great post with loads of hotels close to Disneyland Paris if you’d like to read that.

Since we’ve been back and having walked past the Adagio Serris Val d Europe, I would consider staying there as they seem to have two bedroom apartments available in March for € 828 and this hotel was 15 minutes closer to Disney than our apartment.

Whatever you decide I’m sure you’ll have an amazing time at Disneyland Paris. Enjoy.

Recommended Airbnb near Disneyland Paris

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Karen Beddow founded Mini Travellers in 2014 while doing what she loves most...going on holiday!

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