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Disney Land Paris Guide book

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
If anybody has one of these surplus to requirements then i'd be very appreciative of it. Let me know what you want for it.
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#1
don't want to pinch the post-but if you have 2-or two people have spares-we are off next month and would love one too-will cover postage, thanks.
#2
I havent got 1 for sale, coz i want to keep mine.But i got it from 'the works' for 99p (if you have one nearby.)
#3
Not got one going spare, but I'd highly recommend the Brit's Guide to Disneyland Resort Paris by Simon Veness.

If you are going to eat at Planet Hollywood there is a 20% voucher in there as well so pays for itself. But even if not, its invaluable.

Also if want general hints and tips join DISboards. The Disneyland paris board is http://www.disboards.com/forumdisplay.php?f=77 very friendly and knowledgeable people!

Good to see HUKD'ers going :) I'm off in March too!
#4
Squizz
Not got one going spare, but I'd highly recommend the Brit's Guide to Disneyland Resort Paris by Simon Veness.

If you are going to eat at Planet Hollywood there is a 20% voucher in there as well so pays for itself. But even if not, its invaluable.

Also if want general hints and tips join DISboards. The Disneyland paris board is http://www.disboards.com/forumdisplay.php?f=77 very friendly and knowledgeable people!

Good to see HUKD'ers going :) I'm off in March too!


thanks very much for your help-rep left:thumbsup:
#5
underthestairs
I havent got 1 for sale, coz i want to keep mine.But i got it from 'the works' for 99p (if you have one nearby.)


thanks for your tips-rep added:thumbsup:
#6
underthestairs
I havent got 1 for sale, coz i want to keep mine.But i got it from 'the works' for 99p (if you have one nearby.)


Squizz
Not got one going spare, but I'd highly recommend the Brit's Guide to Disneyland Resort Paris by Simon Veness.

If you are going to eat at Planet Hollywood there is a 20% voucher in there as well so pays for itself. But even if not, its invaluable.

Also if want general hints and tips join DISboards. The Disneyland paris board is http://www.disboards.com/forumdisplay.php?f=77 very friendly and knowledgeable people!

Good to see HUKD'ers going :) I'm off in March too!


I'll look into it, Thanks. When in March are you going, where are you staying. It's our first time. It's going to be a surprise trip for my 2 boys. I'm so looking forward to it.

Rep's been given to you both :thumbsup:
#7
25th-28th March in the Sequoia Lodge, my 8th trip.

If want any tips or have any questions just asked. Fairly clued up and its nice to help others get the most out of the trip :)
#8
Squizz
25th-28th March in the Sequoia Lodge, my 8th trip.

If want any tips or have any questions just asked. Fairly clued up and its nice to help others get the most out of the trip :)


oh, we are staying there at the end of feb-can't wait !
#9
Hi squizz, we're going 22-28th, I'm so looking forward to it. It must be pretty good if its your 8th time. I went about 13years ago but that was when i lived in London and jumped on the train to Paris. I only went as a day trip so dont really remember that much.
I'm taking my 3 kids they're 8, 5 & 1. We're staying in Santa fe, i know this is the cheapest of the hotels but i was thinking we're only there to sleep and to stay in the others for 6 nights was costing too much. What are your views on Santa Fe? Should i upgrade? Reading the reviews people have left it seems an ok hotel. I'm sure we'll have a great time.
#10
Thats one i've never stayed in :)

But only heard good things about it, apparently the beds there are super comfy! Like you said as well, the hotel is only really to use as a base. There is nothing stopping you using the facilities of the other hotels either. The bars in Disneyland Hotel and Hotel New York are nice if you're feeling like treating yourself to a nice cocktail, or the Sequoia Lodge bar has a large Log Fire burning so its nice and cosy.

Its about a 20 minute walk past the lake and through the village to the park from the Sante Fe. Or there is a Shuttle Bus from the front every 10-20 mins I think it is, which will only take about 5-10 minutes. Sometimes these buses are fairly packed, and the walk is a nice pleasant one, so unless kids are complaining i'd walk.

I'd recommend you get to breakfast nice and early, or when you get to the hotel to check in, ask if they are doing Good Morning Fantasyland breakfast while you are staying, and book that, as it means you have breakfast in one of the park restaurants in Fantasyland, its a good breakfast, and in the park to take advantage of Early Morning Hours which you get as a hotel resident, 2 hours (i think) of fantasy and discoveryland before open to the general public.

If you like tea, coffee, hot chocolate and that kind of thing, i'd recommend you take a small stash for your room, as although Kettle hire is free, the tea/coffee basket is about €5.

Take the time to plan where you might to eat, and make reservations early on in your stay to avoid disappointment.

Hope thats some help!

Anything else just ask or PM me :)
#11
agriff2
Hi squizz, we're going 22-28th, I'm so looking forward to it. It must be pretty good if its your 8th time. I went about 13years ago but that was when i lived in London and jumped on the train to Paris. I only went as a day trip so dont really remember that much.
I'm taking my 3 kids they're 8, 5 & 1. We're staying in Santa fe, i know this is the cheapest of the hotels but i was thinking we're only there to sleep and to stay in the others for 6 nights was costing too much. What are your views on Santa Fe? Should i upgrade? Reading the reviews people have left it seems an ok hotel. I'm sure we'll have a great time.


hi,i've just come back from the santa fe.its not as nice to look at as the others,but the rooms were HUGE.there are 2 double beds per room(which are cleaned every day)really comfy cant fault it.bit of a cattle market at breakfast tho,either go early or late.TIP-we made up rolls for lunch and put them in our bag(everyone else was doing it)saves a fortune as food was very expensive.we ate at mcdonalds but my son had food poisoning coz it was so busy they didnt cook it properly WOULD AVOID AT ALL COSTS.check the weather report before you go.we went 8th to 11th jan and it was minus 7.bbrrrrrrr.it was extremely busy and the queue for each ride was about an hour.absolutely loved it tho.soz for all my ramblings,if you want any more help let me know.stick to the santa fe tho,it was nice.bus every 15 mins to park(just push your way on everyone else does) have a great time.
#12
Hi squizz, Thanks for all the info you've given me, if i have any questions i'll get back to you. Are we able to use the pools in the other hotels, or is that expecting a bit too much. lol?:thumbsup:

Thanks for the info you've given me too, 'underthestairs' I think we'll stay put. Did you stay in the main building?
#13
no we didnt stay in the main building,but only 1 minute walk away.they are all really close together.

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