Comfort Hotel Acadie Les Ulis
Avenue de l'Islande
Phone: (33) 1 64469801
Fax: (33) 1 69077420
Cap Maitrise promises to provide you with an experience of a lifetime. If speed is what gets you going, then Cap's very own Marcoussis circuit could be a good start. And it's not just about watching the cars racing, but they also give you an opportunity to ride those 4-wheeler babies like a professional. The circuit located on Route de Couard is a 1.4 kilometer track, suitable for any beginner. Please check the website or call +33 8 2556 5911 for more details on training or upcoming tournaments.
The Parc Urbain Georges Brassens has enough space to host the annual International Circus Festival of Massy on its stretch of greenery, woods, ponds, and even a BMX track. It is named for the celebrated French singer, songwriter, and poet of the World War II era.
Situated just a few miles southwest of Paris is a stunning golf haven named Golf National. This complex is perfect for golf lovers and was ranked the third-best European tournament venue. Catering mainly to the elite, the club offers modern facilities, 18-holes and sure knows how to keep guests happy. Experts' help is close by and golfers can play at leisure. So, get there now and flaunt your skills.
The Gymnase Marcel-Cerdan contains two multipurpose sports rooms, a martial arts room, and two additional sports rooms for tennis, volleyball, and basketball. Yoga and martial arts classes are offered. It is part of the Marcel-Cerdan Sports Complex along with the Marcel-Cerdan Stadium located on the Boulevard de Stalingrad, where two soccer fields, a racetrack, a bowling pitch, a climbing wall, and two more multipurpose sports rooms are available for patrons' active enjoyment.
The ice-skating rink of Boulogne offers opportunities for fun and education to adults and children. Normal hours are extended during school holidays to be open every day of the week, and Saturday nights at the skating rink include live DJs, theme nights, foam, or laser light shows. Classes are offered in figure skating and ice hockey year-round.
On the site of a 12th-century ecclesiastical priory which became an agricultural farm after the French Revolution and finally a haras or stud farm in 1890, the Haras de Jardy property today includes an Equestrian Center for breeding, tennis courts, and a golf course. Facilities for dressage, jumping, barrel racing, polo, racing, and any horse-related activity imaginable are available at the Haras de Jardy, along with workshops and trainings to learn about them and events where everyone can enjoy them. Horses and ponies can be rented at hourly rates for a one-time visit and classes may be taken individually or as part of a group.
Few cities can say they have an aqua park right in the City Center, but that's exactly where Paris has had one for over ten years. Situated within a huge sports complex offering a number of other activities including tennis and weight training, the aqua park is equipped with hot tubs, sauna, wave pool and water slides. Try to avoid the busiest times (Wednesdays and weekends) for a splashtastic day out! Check out their website for detailed information.
The cavernous Palais des Sports (Sports Arena) hosts hockey and basketball games, as well as large-scale musicals and rock concerts. Not to be confused (especially the night of the show!) with the Palais Omnisports de Paris Bercy, or POPB, whose administration runs the Palais des Sports, the venue is one of the primary spots for large-scale culture in Paris. The place can also be changed into a conference and meeting room.
A city gym which stands out for its athletics course, the Centre Sportif Elisabeth is easily accessible by public transportation.
The main asset of this swimming pool is its location, opposite the 14th arrondissement's town hall, on the pretty Square de l'Aspirant. The pool measures 25 meters (82 feet) by 12.5 meters (41 feet), half the length of an Olympic sized pool. It is better avoided at lunchtime (from noon to 2p) and early evenings, since it gets very busy with the local workers during these times. Ten-session passes are available here, which also gives you access to other pools managed by the City of Paris.
Opened in 1901, the Hippodrome de Saint-Cloud has been hosting important thoroughbred racing events for over a century, including some of the polo events in the 1924 Olympics and Group One Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud. Built by thoroughbred breeder Edmond Blanc, the racecourse is verdant and expansive. In 1992, the site was declared a historical monument by the national government. Visit to feel the excitement of watching a race and admire the beauty of the grounds.
This racetrack in Paris' Bois de Boulogne provides a bar, cafeteria, and teahouse. It hosts a wide variety of events including exhibitions and concerts.