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Centre Aquatique du Val d'Europe

Bailly-Romainvilliers, France

Centre Aquatique du Val d'Europe
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optimator wrote a review Aug 2016
San Juan, Puerto Rico152 contributions82 helpful votes
There are 2 pools: one 25m for laps and one shallow for kids with slide. I went several times and never had problems doing laps. For some reason they require everyone (even bald guys) to have caps, the only place I've seen it. Was 5.20 Eur entry price. Bus line stops right in front.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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callahria wrote a review Jul 2016
Paris, France4 contributions2 helpful votes
I like to there for the slide, no outside pool, bright and clean, no need to take coins for the locker, baby basin, pretty chilly during winter
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Date of experience: May 2016
TTheworld wrote a review Aug 2015
London, United Kingdom92 contributions47 helpful votes
We were staying at one of the Disneyland hotels without a pool, and as a consequence we were not allowed to use the pools at the other disney hotels. We asked the local tourist information to recommend a nearby swimming pool to us, and they recommended this pool. Literally about 5 minutes drive from Disney and we combined it with shopping and eating out at the Val de Europe shopping centre. We ended up visiting a few times, and on both occasions it was not very busy. There is a large pool for lane swimming and a smaller leisure pool, a separate pool for toddlers and a separate water slide. It is all indoors, but there is outdoor space for sunbathing in nice weather. Cubicles were available for changing and the lockers were plenty and included in the price we paid. All in all a really nice pool and a real find when staying at disney (in a hotel without a pool). Please note, for men/boys you have to have proper swimming trunks or the lycra type swimming shorts only and every one needs to wear swimming caps. If you don't have them, there is a vending machine that you can purchase them. We had to buy three caps at 3 euros each, so it was not too bad. The staff were very pleasant, but do tell you off if they catch you without your swimming cap, or if you are showing to much hair.
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Date of experience: August 2015