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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
I want to take the wife and kids to eurodisney paris when the kids break up. Does anyone know any good companies i can travel with?, i am based in the west midlands, i prefer to travel with Eurostar, but flight from birmingham might also be a good option.
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
we went in feb-booked directly on the disney site-but i booked on the irish one which was cheaper(weird)
anyway that covered the hotel and passes. We then booked the chunnel online and a campanile stopover each way so we could shop in calais on return trip. Was brilliant-the journey great! and the best bit was going in the car we could take some food and drinks etc and use the supermarket near disney as food there was so expensive. if you fly there is a shuttle from both airports. Hope this helps? if i can help any other way let me know?
#2
This is a good company...

We used them last year...

http://disney-link.com/

Have a good time...
#3
we booked through [url]www.clippersquaytravel.co.uk/com[/url] they were great we booked the hotel etc with them but flew from luton (it was cheaper) the first time we went we flew from bham - i too live in the west midlands - i would not go though during a saturday and sunday try and do the week, as the 2nd time we went it was a joke on the saturday mind you you are going in kiddies holidays so the queues wont really matter to you - they go quick though, they will love my little one thinks its as easy and cheap to get to as drayton manor as he is asking to go again! dont queue in the main park for autographs go to the studios they have all the charactors their and hardly any waiting - first time we went we waited 2 hours to get mickeys signature learned our lesson though
#4
I've always booked directly through the Disney Site, or by phone to them.

They have an allocation of subsidised seats on Eurostar, which makes them very reasonable. Also if you go through Disney (not sure about others) you can check in on the train, and just walk into the park when you arrive, your bags get taken to your room for you.

I just booked my most expensive travel to disney yet last week through them, as although it may cost a small bit more, I find the reassurance of going direct worth it.

If you are going I really recommend the "Brits Guide" to Disney, its an absolute must have.
#5
Thanks for all help, i have contacted peter from http://disney-link.com and waiting for a price.

Kind regards

Max
#6
Hi, not sure if you are sorted yet, we go often and find the best way for us is DIY, we book eurostar direct with [url]www.eurostar.com[/url] and hotel with expedia, (a code is showing on vouchers board valid for some hotels.) we also buy annual passes, special offer is free pass for child under 7 with and adult pass, or you could get 10% discount with a sponsor (Pm me if you need more details of this) you also get lots of discount in the parks with the passes see link
http://www.dlrpmagic.com/guides/practical/annualpassports/
Hope this helps, if you need more help just ask.
#7
Evening

I want to book Euro Disney this summer but I'm confused about the rooms? Are they just one bedroom, I've got 3 kids so I'd need a 2nd room (ages 6, 3 and 2) but the only one on their website that seems to have a family room is the Davy Jones one and I wanted something in the park, not that far away?

Could a family of 5 please let me know where you satyed, how much it cost and any tips please :-)

Thanks

D
#8
Dude1971
Evening

I want to book Euro Disney this summer but I'm confused about the rooms? Are they just one bedroom, I've got 3 kids so I'd need a 2nd room (ages 6, 3 and 2) but the only one on their website that seems to have a family room is the Davy Jones one and I wanted something in the park, not that far away?

Could a family of 5 please let me know where you satyed, how much it cost and any tips please :-)

Thanks

D


There is space in the rooms ( Sante Fe ) for a travel cot,like time b4 last when we went,even though she was in a bed,they stuck a travel cot in room,I pretty certain they ok about having 3 kids to a room if the youngest is ok for a travel cot.
Under 7's free at moment.
#9
Hi MumtoConnor&Cerys

But are they one room apartments? I'd rather have a 2 bedroom place so at least if they go to bed I can do something? But the only family room seems to be the Davy Crockett one?

D
#10
Dude1971
Hi MumtoConnor&Cerys

But are they one room apartments? I'd rather have a 2 bedroom place so at least if they go to bed I can do something? But the only family room seems to be the Davy Crockett one?

D


Yeh they just like 1 room with 2 double beds in and a cot bed,its not an apartment.
When you go there you usually stay out all day and come bk in at midnight or so,then kids and yourself are ready to go bed.They won't want to sleep early and stay in park for aslong as possible.
We usually stay out every night till late,or we will go the the bar and stay there and have a few drinks till about 11 or so and the kids have a coke or something.
We usually too tired,so it's not like we wanting to make love while away so 1 bedroom does us.
#11
The most family orientated place is the Cheyenne, it has bunk beds in it and then a double for the adults. It is basically a 1 room place with an ensuite. I would show a photo, but my hdd with all my disney pics died.

Although the rooms are fairly secure, and I believe even in the Disney books it says "then go down to the bar to enjoy a drink whilst the kids sleep" or something like that.

Although tbh.. you'll be as worn out as they are. Hope its of some use...
#12
Book it yourself, going through an agent will cost a lot more.

Book a Flight from Birmingham to Paris CDG or Eurostar it.

Pay the £14 per person for the Disney bus transfer (or taxi's are cheaper) which will take you to the Disney bus/train station which has transfer buses to all of the hotels.

Book a hotel OUTSIDE of disney such as Hotel D'Elisse in the nearby town of Val D' Europe - £4 on the train direct to disney (unless your a mug and want to pay park prices all day and all night). Book through Hotels.com for example.

Book your tickets on one of the many attraction ticket websites, I saved £15 on 2 adult tickets.

Dont eat breakfast in the hotels, some of them charge up to £12 for a simple buffet - go to the local shop and buy a baguette and some chees (thats what the Frogs do) for about a quid.

Job done.

Much,Much cheaper that way my freind ;)
#13
Thanks Ritchie 2, that's great advice :thumbsup:

I guess what I was after was something like Centre Parcs, I really do want the kids to have their own room. Hotels wouldn't do a family room either I guess.

Oh well, if they can't accomodate me I guess I'm not going :x
#14
The Hotel I stayed in did adjoining rooms on one of the floors so your children could stay in one room and you were in the next room joined by a door.
#15
Yeh could get an adjoining room, but you'll be paying for 2 rooms, had that at Cheyenne about 8 years ago.

You can get a Disney hotel room discount by becoming a share holder of Eurodisney SSC I think it is. Hard to find info out about it though.

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