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“Fun, but crowded”
Review of Aquaboulevard

Ranked #390 of 1,179 things to do in Paris
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Reviewed 15 August 2013

A lot of slides, and an outdoor area relieves some of the congestion. The food available is very poor, and there is nothing for vegetarians except french fries.

2  Thank MatsO71
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Reviewed 5 August 2013

Our experience at Aquaboulevard was really beyond awful. Unless you feel especially like impersonating a seal in a small, overcrowded superfake 50s esque concrete playworld I'd reccomend you rather take a dive in the seine or spend your 28Euro on a ticket to the sea side. You couldn't swim for 2 metres without running into someone, the spa's were completely full, the fake beach was atrocious and tacky and the lines for the slides were so long and humid (hooray for standing in pools of water that have just dripped off the people standing above you on the stairs) that i'd really suggest they're not worth the effort. The experience is nothing like the advertisement, please do yourself a favour and go somewhere else... the best part of the experience? ... ambiant lighting and music in the changerooms.

9  Thank gypsycaravan
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Reviewed 5 August 2013

VERY crowded. Pretty expensive – 28 euro, sunbeds and mattresses for an extra fee 10 euro and no towels for rent. But if it is hot summer day you could find plenty of water and sand in the center of the busy city.

3  Thank shishkin
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Reviewed 24 July 2013 via mobile

As it was a boiling hot day, we felt this would be a good place to visit. The price was outrageous, 28 euros per adult and 12 year olds were counted as adults! Our bag was then examined for picnic goods (which are banned). Quite a confusing changing locker room system but eventually we were all ready. The place was absolutely heaving and the fact that most people were smoking was really unpleasant. Straight away, as we started to head for the slides, the boys were told that their long trunks were 'interdit.' We were told to go and buy new trunks but refused and were given a full refund. I felt it was madly overpriced and a really unpleasant place to be. We ended up having a wonderful day, richer by about £100!

10  Thank boogiebeebie
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Reviewed 15 July 2013

I was worried about this trip as it came on the bastille day holiday weekend. On arrival, I knew I needed the proper swimming trunks so went to Decathlon sports store,which is just inside the main entrance and before you enter the water park itself. Found a pair of boxer style for 4€ which were fine. On going into the park itself you have access to changing booths, and we put all our things into a few carrier bags. You can get get an adult and child into each booth easily. You then go through to a locker area where you can leave things you don't want to take into the park area. It costs 1€ for a locker which is refundable when you open it. The locker area is fully accessible from the park. There are free standing warm showers as you leave the locker area but you don't immediately have to shower if you aren't going onto the water right away.
We took a picnic blanket to lay down on a grassy area in front of the main area. Some people had brought in water and a bit of food in bags - although it says in the rules picnics forbidden.
The rides were managed by a red light green light system and there were plenty of life guards around.
All ages were there so the more popular rides were used by older kids and teens. Crowded but nothing over the top - you could still move around easily. A bit of a queue here and there for the rides.
We went upstairs for a macdonalds afterwards.
All in all a great day out and the kids enjoyed it. Easy access to a metro station.
If you are booking online you should print out the tickets first. We didn't , but the staff were ok about it.

4  Thank Michael N
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