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Eurodisney in February.

deeky Avatar
6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
Where's the best place to look for deals for Eurodisney in February please?

Thx.
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
if you actually want to stay in a disney hotel then [url]www.disneyland.co.uk[/url]


take their package and then look for ryanair/easyjet flights to match-cheapest way
#2
i would look at doing it seperately we booked the first time through a tour operator and paid over 900 not in school holidays we then booked to go again a few months later and booked a flight with easy jet and then booked the hotel santa fe through clippersquaytravel.co.uk and we paid slightly over 400 that was for the christmas theme as well
#3
I saved a fortune by staying at a Kyriad hotel 15 mins away & buying 3 day disney passes at the hotel.
#4
g1bbuk
I saved a fortune by staying at a Kyriad hotel 15 mins away & buying 3 day disney passes at the hotel.


yep-kyriad is nice,best deals all depend on room occupancy too-depends how many in your party where you are gonna get the best value deal.
#5
Thanks everyone.

It's just for one adult and 4 yo girl. short break (2/3 night 1st week in Feb) Which would be best hotel for 4yo?
#6
I was looking at the Dream Castle Hotel myself for June through supertravel, looks really nice and have checked the price if you go mid week 1st wk in feb stay 3 nights you get a night free and the price is coming up £205 so you would just need to book flights. That doesnt include any passes to the park, so not sure if you can get the passes cheap anywhere, http://www.superbreak.com/booking/price.

Last time we went we booked our hotel through the Disney site which included passes and stayed at the Cheyenne which was lovely but when I was looking to go in June the prices seemed quite high so you could always check with them to see what the price comes up as they have got offers on until April. Hope you have a lovely time.
#7
deek72
Thanks everyone.

It's just for one adult and 4 yo girl. short break (2/3 night 1st week in Feb) Which would be best hotel for 4yo?


most of the hotels are nice-avoid the davy crocket ranch tho-gets some shocking reviews and there is no shuttle buses anyways. Hotel new york and the actual disneyland hotel you wont need a shuttle bus as you can just walk to the park-both these hotels have the characters appearing at the hotel all the time and its a great experience.

dream castle and kyriad are excellent-about 10 minutes away on the free shuttle buses that run all day. I have used explorers as a budget option but dont think you would find this a cheap option if only 2 of you-they really want at least 4 to a room.

if you are going to the park each day you are there and need passes for all days I really dont think you will be able to do this cheaper than booking direct with disney-all their deals include passes.most of the good "non disney" hotels-not actually owned by them but affiliated can be booked on their site,including kyriad and dream castle.
#8
if you book via clippers as i have mentioned above they offer the same deals as disney do direct i.e if they are offering free meals or passes then you get it too you will be in the park the majority of the day an geetting back to your hotel late at night i normally like staying in hotels right by places but as i say the santa fe is a cheaper option you get a shuttle bus rooms are nice and the characters come to the hotel daily also whilst you eating breakfast etc and it will be cheaper than the dream castle more money to spend in the shops lol also a child goes free with one paying adult
#9
Ok all, I've booked 3 nights (1-4 Feb) at the Santa Fe, including 4 days park passes, half board supplement for £300.50 (less £19.50 Quidco)
Add to that Eurostar £42 return (75% discount due to avi<<<) and I think it's a pretty good deal for wife and grandaughter!

Thanks for all your help. Repped.

BTW, all booked direct with Disney. Tried Clippers quay but had big problems with the site. Was ok today but no cheaper than disney really plus I got quidco by going direct.

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