In the picturesque town of Chessy, under 20 miles east of the center of the French capital, is Disneyland Paris. The park has two main areas: Disneyland Park, where classic Disney characters come to life over 40 attractions divided into five thematic areas; and Walt Disney Studios, a tribute to movie magic and behind-the-scenes sneak peeks. Although it’s only a 40 minute train ride from the Paris, if you’re traveling with kids, or if you’re a big kid yourself and want to have an immersive Disney experience, opting for accommodation nearby means less travel time and more Disney magic. There’s a great selection of Airbnb Disneyland Paris properties minutes from the park’s gates. They offer a comfortable home from home, where you can unwind after a thrilling day. And as Disney can make for an expensive vacation, you cook your meals in a fully equipped kitchen, saving you a significant amount on dining expenses. These are some of the top Airbnbs from well-equipped apartments to family-friendly homes.
Minutes From Disneyland Paris, These Airbnbs Can Save You Hundreds on Your Family Vacation
What is the cheapest month to go to Disneyland Paris?
The cheapest months are typically January, February, and November. These windows are considered off-peak season when the crowd is less and the prices are lower. Keep in mind that prices may fluctuate depending on various factors, such as holidays, special events, and the availability of accommodations. It’s always a good idea to plan ahead and book tickets and your Airbnb in advance.
Is two days enough in Disneyland Paris?
If you’re a fervent Disney enthusiast looking to thoroughly explore every nook and cranny of both parks, you might find two days a bit rushed. On the other hand, if you’re aiming to hit the main attractions and get a general feel for the magic, two days can be quite adequate. Again, planning is key to make the most out of your visit. Utilize FastPasses to reduce waiting times and try to eat during off-peak hours to save time. Additionally, check the show schedules in advance to ensure you don’t miss out on any special performances.
Prices for a standard two-day, two-park ticket start from around $185 per adult, but keep an eye out for special offers and promotions that the park occasionally runs.
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Comfortable three bedroom apartment in Serris
This is one of the best options for families and groups. Best of all, it’s only a 15-minute walk to Disney. Located in Serris, 30 minutes from Paris, this is an ideal spot for those wanting to combine the magic of Disney with the charm of a small town. Close to the Airbnb there’s a superb bakery, shopping center and excellent restaurants, ideal for nights when you’re tired and all Disney-ed out. The train station is close by and there’s a direct line to the city and the surrounding area is connected by pedestrian-friendly cobbled streets.
The apartment has four queen-sized bedrooms, with an ensuite master. The kitchen, living room, and dining areas are open planned — perfect for entertaining or keeping an eye on the kids. This Airbnb has everything you need to prepare home-cooked meals and there’s an all important washing machine in the shower room.
Six guests, three bedrooms
Price: $408 per night
Family home with Disney-theme interior
Another solid option for those traveling with children, this family home’s interior is all about Disney. On arrival, there’s a very handy booklet which offers valuable local knowledge about transport and the park. The house is in Magny-le-Hongre commune, 25 minutes from the center of Paris and a 15 minutes walk from the station. Magny-le-Hongre is a pretty area with lakes, green spaces, and cycle paths. It’s a nice blend of Disney and the French countryside. Disney is nine minutes away by car, or you can stroll to the direct bus connection in just over five minutes.
The four bedrooms are themed. Choose from the Minnie and Mickey (with bunk beds, and a single bed), Lion King (double), Disney Castle (double), or Paris room (double). There’s also an extra travel cot which can be added. This Airbnb has been curated with families in mind. They do not accept groups or parties.
Ten guests, four bedrooms
Price: $217 per night
Stylish apartment with an outdoor terrace
Ideally located in Serris, a three-minute drive or five-minute bus from the park’s gates, this stunning Airbnb is ideal for those with older children. Its main selling point is the outdoor terrace with beautiful views, a table (with parasol) that seats six, lush greenery, and comfortable chairs. The interior is modern and stylish with a natural pallet accented by mustard and teal. The kitchen is well-kitted out with an open-planned layout, a breakfast bar, induction hob, and chic appliances. Bedrooms are drenched in light. The double has an ensuite, and the second has bunk beds and a pull-out bed. A baby cot and high chair are available on request for no additional cost.
Seven guests, two bedrooms
Price: $212 per night
Beautiful modern Airbnb with a garden two minutes from Disney
The kids’ room in this rental with its modern bunk-bed and charming Lion King-themed wallpaper is as beautiful as any luxury in-park hotel. Situated in Chessy, in the heart of the action and minutes from a free shuttle service, this two bedroom is a great find. The first floor leads out onto a private deck area and garden, while second floor views can be enjoyed from an outdoor table and sitting area on the wrap-around balcony. You’ll find Disney memorabilia throughout the property, but it’s not overbearing. The kitchen is modern and all the basics. A range of tea, Nespresso coffee pods, herbs and spices, are complimentary.
Eight guests, two bedrooms
Price: $207 per night
Colorful two-bedroom apartment in Serris
Every nook and cranny of this two bedroom celebrates Disney. Promising hours of family-fun (there’re buckets of toys and a Xbox), the colorful apartment is 15 minutes from the park. Despite its proximity, it’s in a quiet and well-maintained area, surrounded by shops and restaurants. And if you’re visiting during the holiday season, festive decor is promised from December 1.
Four guests, two bedrooms
Price: $200 per night
Stunning apartment for eight within walking distance to the park
This apartment is minutes from the Vallée Village, an outdoor shopping center, an artisanal bakery and a popular café terrace in Serris. One of the best things about this rental is that there’s a parking space, so if you’re driving from Paris you have a secure spot. It does, however, cost an extra $10 per day. This is very common with other Airbnbs in the area. From the Airbnb, the park is three minutes away by car and five on the free shuttle which departs from the Adagio hotel, 100 meters from the accommodation. Bedrooms are comfortable and chic and the living room couches can be transformed into two double beds, if you need extra room.
Eight guests, two bedrooms
Price: $196 per night
Charming one-bedroom perfect for a romantic getaway
After a long day in Disneyland, you can relax and watch the bustling streets of Serris from this Airbnb’s private balcony. Although it sleeps four guests (there’s a pullout couch) this rental is perfectly suited for a couple or solo traveler. The interior is modern with a neutral and blue tone pallet, wooden furniture and snug seating. This rental is on the first floor of a secure building and there’s parking in the basement. But if you’re don’t have a vehicle, the park shuttle stops right outside the door.
Four guests, one bedroom
Price: $125 per night