Aquaboulevard de Paris, Paris

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To cool off on a hot day in Paris, check out Aquaboulevard de Paris, the biggest urban waterpark in Europe. You can enjoy two wave pools, 11 giant water slides, indoor and outdoor Jacuzzis, against-the-current rivers, and a host of water games. The long stretch of sandy beach features more than 30 straw huts to rest under. Those feeling playful can join in a whole slew of water games as well. To visit Aquaboulevard de Paris and get the most from your holiday in Paris, create itinerary details personal to you using our Paris itinerary builder.
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  • August 17, 2017
    Today I am go aquaboulevard for the 2nd time in my life the first time was a disaster I didn't back the foot a day. This day was just great the own health. I was able take advantage of all the slide several times. There is not a lot of people that play a lot for a good day. Very good to my family day. The rest out of price €20 parking indigo from 10:00 to 17:00. Predict a coin of €2 for the locker room.
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  • August 16, 2017
    Very unpleasant environment: on arrival we are informed that there are probably more changing rooms available and to keep its business with itself. No wonder: upon entering the locker room, some lockers were broken. The Park is surblindé with a large proportion of wild children. In short we can still find something fun but is not due to hygiene and the park environment.
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  • August 14, 2017
    Our locker was forced by outsiders who are introduced in the facility without paying and who have successful to pass the security side Pasha. These people have taken our business, were finally arrested by security but as Aquaboulevard denied not complain for intrusion and agents seemed to know them, they were eventually released because minors and nothing on them of course. In the meantime, security confronts me with these people, I get death threats and insults and security still does nothing! A shame really, I stayed an hour alone in a swimsuit with my 5 year old, we have not at all been supported by school. I loved go but one thing is for sure more ever!
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  • August 25, 2017
    Enjoyed every minute we spent in there. Great value for money especially after 5pm when it's half price. Men be warned bag checks as to your swim wear. No loose shorts has to be either tight shorts or speedos don't worry if you get refused for your fashion there's a Decathlon where you can buy cheaply.
  • August 14, 2017
    Quite funny place. You have here Decathlon sport and leisure shop, a Gaumont Cinema (only french dubs), swimming pool and "forest hill" that i may not know what it is but sounds quite good. it has car parking and near to tramway
  • July 5, 2017
    There are many varieties of tubes: slow and fast, high and low, open and closed. Most of them inside with a few outside. There is also a place to sunbathe outside on green grass. Even if a bit crowded waiting for your turn to slide was not so annoying and went quite fast. There a few jacuzzi as well.
  • August 24, 2017
    Excellent place for family with kids. Great Location easy access and great value for money.
  • August 15, 2017
    I'm really not sure how to rate this place. We did have fun with our 3-year-old daughter, and it is great having this sort of place in Paris. BUT given how expensive it is (€33 for one adult), I feel that it could be far better maintained. It looked like nothing had been refurbished or repaired since it opened..... Half of the lockers and changing rooms were out of service, the lift and the restaurant/café were closed for maintenance and many of the showers didn't work. Also, this was a BIG negative point for me — it was reeeeally dirty. Not sure if it's like that every day, but since swimming caps are not obligatory, there was hair everywhere. The floor was filthy, there were hair balls clogging up the drains in the showers, and I kept on getting other people's hair caught in between my fingers while swimming!!! I would have enjoyed it much better if it had been cleaner......

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