Travelling from Gare du Nord to Newport Bay Club? The Newport Bay Club Hotel is one of the more eye catching places to stay when you are on a Disneyland Paris vacation. What is really could about this place is that it has a 1920’s vibe to it and the idea is like you are staying in a holiday home in New England.
It is very elegant and while it may have a somewhat old-school design to it.
The Newport Bay Club Hotel is one of the most modern places to stay as it has been revamped over the last couple of years and is now a 4-star hotel! One of the best things about staying here though is that it has a Steamboat Willie theme running through it, this along with the pool, gym and one of the best Disney boutiques makes it a great place to have some fun before you head into one of the parks for the day.
It does not take that long to get from Gare du Nord to Newport Bay Club. Which is great, also you will not have to call Mickey and hire his Steamboat Willie boat to make the journey so that is good news as last we heard, Pete had his eye on stealing Steamboat Willie!
Private Taxi from Gare du Nord to Newport Bay Club
A vacation should be fun and a Disneyland Paris vacation should be extra fun that is why you want to start it off on the right foot. The easiest way to make the journey from Gare du Nord to Newport Bay Club is with a private taxi from T2 Transfer.
T2 Transfer has the most modern and comfortable taxis that will get you from the station to the hotel in style and comfort.
They will greet you at Gare du Nord and one thing that is always fun is that they will greet you with a sign that has your name on it. Your driver will be friendly and make sure that you guys get to your hotel comfortably and quickly.
Now if Mickey were picking you up in Steamboat Willie you would have the stress of having to share your space with other passengers or even worse, Pete causing trouble! With a private taxi from T2 Transfer, you have no hassle at all from other people as it is a 100 percent private taxi.
This means that you have all the leg room you want and that there is no struggling to fit in your luggage because some other passenger has taken up all the space. This really is the most hassle free way to start your vacation. Also to make things as easy as possible for you.
T2 Transfer offers the best customer service around. One of their reps is on hand 24/7 to help with any questions you may have in regards to your booking.
It usually takes around 45 minutes to get from Gare du Nord to Newport Bay Club. However, this does not include traffic.
T2 Transfer will allow you to make your booking of one of their private taxis as far in advance as you would like. You do not have to pay until you reach the hotel and then you can pay with Euros, Pounds or Dollars.
Current prices are as follows.
- 1-3 passengers – € 70
- 4 passengers – € 75
- 5 passengers – € 80
- 6 passengers – € 85
- 7 passengers – € 90
- 8 passengers – € 95
Reservation Form – Book Taxi With T2 Transfer
Transfers from Gare du Nord to Newport Bay Club by Train
Making your way through France on the train may sound as lovely as when Belle was walking through her French village. And in all honesty, a train trip is a great way to see some great sights.
This though is a Disneyland Paris vacation and the train is not the best way to get from Gare du Nord to Newport Bay Club. The main reason for this is that there is no direct train.
This means that you have to make changes at various stations along the way. Plus overall you are adding at least an extra 30 minutes onto your travel time!
Transfer from Gare du Nord to Newport Bay Club by Bus
Some people think that using the bus is a clever way to save a little bit of money. What they do not think about is how stressful riding on the bus all the way from Gare du Nord to Newport Bay Club can be.
Busses are cramped spaces that offer no leg room, they are hot and stuffy and worst of all they bump you all over the place.
You also have to struggle to fit your luggage in! Having to take a bus ride at the start of your Disneyland Paris vacation is the worst possible way to start it off, especially if the kids are already tired from traveling to Gare du Nord.