Comfort Hotel Chelles Marne la Vallee
6 rue de l'Ormeteau
Phone: (33) 1 60204444
Fax: (33) 1 60204636
Bars & Cafes
L'UFO is situated in a neighborhood known for its casual and affordable bars. It offers everything one needs in order to begin the weekend: good music, cheap beer and a funky interior! The walls are decorated with prints from the 1960s and 1970s, with old B-movie posters and the tables are covered with cut out pictures from everywhere. Don't be afraid if Godzilla shines through the bottom of your beer. The U.F.O. Bar offers a lot of themed nights with indie rock, garage, punk and so on.
With an assortment of outrageous party nights, Studio 46 draws a rhythmic, fun-loving crowd. Dancehall Temptation Singles' Night, Made in Jamaica Afro-Caribbean night, and Hot Christmas Night all bring the best DJs of dancehall music to keep club-goers going until late in the night.
If you're looking for a place to enjoy cool drinks and a good bit of music, then the Muzik Jam Palace is perfect for you. A versatile bar and club, Muzik Jam Palace allows music lovers and artists to meet at common grounds and provides an excellent stage and tech for stellar concerts. The genre differs each day but rock gets its own soft corner here with some of the best artists from all over the country showing off their skills here. The place is open for private hire as well and organizes less demanding rehearsals and jam sessions. So for a perfectly entertaining time while in Montreuil, check out the Muzik Jam Palace.
L'Ermitage is a popular cabaret venue in the commune of Chalifert. The venue is home to phenomenal performances by upcoming as well as established names. L'Ermitage is furnished with spectacular lights and acoustics that heighten the impact of gigs performed here. Apart from serving as a cabaret space, L'Ermitage also serves as a bar where exquisite drinks and tasty meals are a regular feature. Check website for timings, event line-up and other details.
Here, the Old West comes alive in the form of stiff drinks, country music and a friendly smile in this knock-off of classic Americana. Don't be afraid to bring along the little vaquerito's either, as there is dancing and entertainment for every member of your family.
The Steakhouse, located in Disney Village, serves an array of American-style meat dishes. It's in a Chicago-style warehouse building that adds to the effect of being in an 'American steakhouse'. Although this restaurant is elegantly decorated with elaborate wood paneling, it's a family-friendly place as well. The Steakhouse also features a glass-paneled conservatory for guests who want to dine in a calming space with natural lighting. If you're vegetarian, don't worry because they also serve meatless dishes.
This is a popular destination for American sports fans. Here, despite the fact you're thousands of miles away from the nearest sports arena, you can still catch your favorite football or baseball players in all their glory. You feel like you're right in the action with the assortment of traditional game food like buffalo wings, burgers, hot dogs and nachos with a wide variety of yankee brews on tap.
This little gem is popular with visitors looking for outsourced American fun. Chances are you don't have a shotgun, but that shouldn't prevent you from getting into the American spirit by slamming down a brew and giving the dance floor everything you've got. Ever so often a group will show off their line dancing and two-step skills for the crowd to enjoy. You can always take part but only if you know the steps!
Appropriately located in Disney's Hotel New York , come here to get a huge bite of the Big Apple and see why it's known as the city that never sleeps. Like the buildings, the drinks are poured tall to make sure the evening never ends. There's dancing, music and various art deco accents paying tribute to one the greatest international cities on Earth.
Did you not check that important mail? Well you can do that and more, like trying the lovely matchless cuisine here. A cyber hideout with funky interiors is just up all young peoples' sleeves. But sometimes you could try breaking the age old rules sometimes.
Travel back to the nineteenth century and indulge in a "guinguette." A popular getaway for Parisians in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, guinguettes were restaurants and cabarets along the Seine and Marne. They have recently regained popularity and now Le Canotier offers prix fixe menus and music by Dany Salmon. Come Thursday and Sunday afternoons from 2:30p to 6p for a Thé Dansant or Saturday evenings from 8p to 3a for a ball.
Truly inspired by one of America's, and the world's, greatest natural treasures, this bar and saloon gives its visitors a feeling of the majestic west in the form of wood paneling and a rock-mantle fireplace. Here, visitors can sip on their favorite cocktails while hearing the familiar sounds of country music hits. With close proximity to these "natural giants," smoking is not allowed, because we all know: only you can prevent forest fires.