At Campsite Huttopia Versailles in Versailles (Yvelines) camping costs as little as €20,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 98 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 05-04-2019 - 13-06-2019 and 01-09-2019 - 03-11-2019. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
Huttopia Versailles is a natural campsite close to Paris, just a five-minute drive from the Palace of Versailles. The campsite offers very good amenities: an attractive café-restaurant, heated swimming pool, comfortable toilet facilities. The nearby RER-C station offers easy access to central Paris.
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- Price - quality comparison
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- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
Came across this site by chance, toilet facilities were clean and looked new. We cycled to the palace of Versailles which took about 20 minutes non electric bikes. Ate in the restaurant, food was fine, wine was also good.
Great location for visiting Versailles palace - only 5 minute drive. Site is in woodland so pitches are a little uneven and some of the roadways are a bit narrow. Pitches on different levels so quite private. Lots of shade from the mature trees. Staff very helpful and friendly. Pool looked lovely and bar area overlooking very nice to sit out.
I have been to a very large number of ACSI sites over the years, and have returned to many. I will NOT be returning to this one. We arrived at mid-day at the very end of April (29th) so not exactly high season. The attitude of the senior member of staff at check in harked back to a 1950’s U.K. seaside landlady, we, the paying customers, were clearly simply an annoyance ESPECIALLY as we had the temerity to arrive before 2pm.Reception made a huge issue about trying to find us a vacant pitch We had booked, online, at the end of February so they knew we were coming AND the size of our caravan.They eventually “found” us what they “thought” was a vacant pitch but were unsure if the previous occupants had left! and even if they HAD left we were told. In no,uncertain terms that we were not permitted to occupy it until 2pm, yes really!! Even though the site was clearly far from full. When I went and checked the pitch was indeed empty, but they absolutely INSISTED we wait until 2pm to occupy it. I have a large caravan and car (12.3m total length) and I was advised to park in the parking area at the far end of the site until 2pm. Something told me to go and check FIRST. Good job I did, the parking area was right at the end of a dead end road! It was minuscule and it would take probably a 7 point turn to get just a car round! (I have an HGV licence so manoeuvring is second nature)
Then we come to the pitches....... They are all under trees, there is NO grass to be seen just very fine dust (don’t forget this is at the end of April and right at the start of their ACSI period) so you will either have dust OR, if there is any rain, slimy mud to contend with. The pitches are pretty uneven and not exactly level either. There is just ONE single water tap, and one waste water disposal point for the entire campsite, it’s actually a motorhome service point!
The showers are clean, tidy and quite new but there are not that many so you MIGHT have to wait for one to be free at the height of the season (but only after 2pm!!)
Onsite cafe serves pizza etc and probably more at the height of the season. Wi-fi is FREE and of a reasonable speed. It’s pretty peaceful as well.
So to sum up this is NOT what I would class as a premier, or even good, campsite, They are clearly just relying on the fact that it’s near to the palace at Versailles and Paris itself, customer service appears not be high on the list of priorities as far as the staff I encountered are concerned.
So from an experienced travellers viewpoint there are serious shortcomings attached to this particular site. It IS however very well placed for the Palace at Versailles and Paris itself.
Very disappointed to be charged for 2 + motiorhome our of season. The bar etc. Are OK but we were told all ACSI pitches full. Once we had paid for a comfort + pitch (no water but a rotting bench) we found a lot of the small pitches empty but a lot more of the expensive ones full. Site only seems interested in selling overpriced pitches and tickets. Won’t come back again. Clearly use the ACSI as a promotion to get people in.
Just stayed a night on a tent pitch. And have read some of the older comments I\'d like to add that the pitches have all been redone as of our visit and new grass being laid. Now they are much flatter and have a good amount of sand so should drain well. Next, their seems to be new smaller paths laid too and these should too add to the access being easier. It is set in a forest so expect the normal woodland noises and in a tent we could hear the train too but it\'s easy to walk too so you can\'t have one without the other, right.
Furthermore, the site is on a slope so you must expect some troubles if you aren\'t used to this. Finally, the office staff, restaurant, toilets and pool are all excellent. My kids had a great day and night!
PS. shade is created by a lot of trees so expect either leaves, pollen or acorns to drop during your stay. If you don\'t like these things best to go to another site not in a wood.
Please do take note of the favorable comments from other members.
The Pool, Reception and cafeteria areas are good and are the only areas of the site that will allow WiFi connection.
As mentioned by others the 3 toilet blocks are first rate and kept very clean.
Geographically the Site is very convenient to the Palace but difficult to access from the town. The town roads are barely wide enough to allow my single axle Bailey Unicorn and tow-car to pass. On arrival at the site there is no instruction to park away from the security gate so it always becomes blocked while newcomers negotiate their pitch and paying arrangements.
Note: It is important to realize that ACSI Membership (in low season) only allows us use of certain pitches on the ACSI low rate terms. So called 'preferred' pitches are not available to us and come at a considerably higher cost. The 'posh' pitches have nothing much going for them except a crude wooden picnic table.
Within the site the roadways that feed off the main access road are very un-user friendly and without considerable care being taken can result in (serious) vehicle and caravan damage. Our allocated pitch 23 was not accessible to my rig and the uneven approach track made contact with the underside rear leg that 'dug in' wiping out the plastic footplate. In desperation I pitched on 79 which was too small and not large enough for me to erect my awning or park my car.
Having been there for a week I conclude that the site is unsuitable for caravans longer than 7 meters and larger tow-cars. Some medium sized camping-car vehicles were also caught out by the irregular terrain.
I wrote this before we left Huttopia Versailles and I was dreading the route away from here.
Despite the draw of the Palace with good accessibility I shall not be coming back.
Very convenient for Palace of Versailles. Bus number 171. Bus Stop only 10 min walk from site for the Palace and train station even closer into Paris City centre on the C line. Every 20 minutes.
we stayed here for 3 nights September 2016. Unfortunately all the camping card pitches were tiny, and the campsite itself is on a slope, with many trees around. We had a struggle getting level with our 7.5 metre motorhome. The pitch ended up costing us twice as much as the ACSI price! The reception staff seemed very interested in one thing only, extracting as much money from us as possible. We twice had to correct their trying to overcharge us. Once pitched it was nice and peaceful, the pool was lovely. we had a pizza in the restaurant which was very good. The site is very convenient for Paris, with a 10 minute walk to the train station.
We camped there in April 2016. The facilities were clean and well maintained. Be sure to order the fresh baguettes. We didn't hear the train noise and the pitch we had was flat. WiFi was only available at the reception area and restaurant and was very slow.
- Period of opening
- 05-04-2019 till 03-11-2019
- 4 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 98 (70 - 130m2)
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Campsite Huttopia Versailles
31 rue Berthelot
78000 / Versailles
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From Paris: A13 direction Rouen, exit Versailles Centre, then 'Camping'. From A86: N12, then exit Porchefontaine, follow 'Camping'.
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