Hotel Review of Marriott’s Village d’ile-de-France

Ever felt cramped in a Disney hotel room? If you’ve got a family of four, five or more, a normal hotel room can get claustrophobic. On a recent trip to Disneyland Paris, we stayed in a two-bedroom town home at Marriott’s Village d’ile-de-France. With more than 1,100 square feet, a full kitchen, 2.5 baths, and washer/dryer in our unit, we felt right at home.

Our 2-bedroom town home had a king bed in one room and two singles in the other.
We had a golf course view at our unit with this beautiful maple tree and a pond between us and the course. It’s part of Golf Disneyland.
There were beautiful gardens like this one throughout. However, there’s a Monet statue (not pictured) that absolutely scared me to death in the dark one night.
Actual photo of Marriott’s Village d’ile-de-France
This is a view from the shuttle stop. It runs about 20 times a day each direction between the resort and Disneyland Paris. It’s about a 10 minute ride. A round trip shuttle ride is 3.90 euros per person.
There’s a beautiful outdoor pool for the summer.
And an indoor pool for colder weather
How did this Universal stuff get in here?
Final thought: Don’t miss the croissants in the market on property. They are freshly baked each morning and delicious!

Staying on Points

A standard room at Marriott’s Village d’ile-de-France is 25,000 points per night. These are just basic hotel rooms. However, there is also an option to upgrade to a 2-bedroom town home for 35,000 points per night. And, many of the Marriott credit cards comes with a free night each year up to 35,000 points. So, not only could you use points for one of these rooms, but you could also use one of your anniversary free nights. The combination of these was how we paid for our three nights here.