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Summer 2007 Visit to EuroDisney

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9y, 9m agoPosted 9 years, 9 months ago
My mum would really like to take all of the family, including grandchildren to EuroDisney this year to celebrate her 60th birthday.

With this in mind, please can anyone help in terms of identifying the best company to go through for a group booking of up to 10 (which includes 3 children/7 adults)? We would like to go between June-August and would prefer to take an option that would allow us to drive from Calais to an on-site hotel where possible.

Thanks ever so much in advance for any thoughts.
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9y, 9m agoPosted 9 years, 9 months ago

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There are a number of tour operators who offer holidays to Disneyland Paris. These include -

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Cresta Holidays -

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How old are the children that will be travelling? Most companies offer a selfdrive option and the package will include your ferry crossing.

It would also be worth giving your local travel agents a go at quoting on this. As the booking will be for up to 10 people, a good booking for an agent, then they will offer competitive quotes. Prices online are not always the cheapest, high street agents can frequently offer better prices.

I have stayed at the New York hotel, nice hotel what I saw of it, didn't see too much of it as was at a conference. The Newport Bay Club is also a nice hotel, both are within a few minutes walk of the park.
:thumbsup: thanks ever so much for your response. will give all of the suggested options a go.

I usually book direct as they seem to have a few deals that always listed elsewhere.

But have used cresta in the past and we got some free meal vouchers in with the package...

For the best budget onsite hotel the Cheyenne is great...

Would also recommend booking a character breakfast for lots of nice pictures...

They also do a birthday tea...with a disney cake...:w00t:

Dont forget "baby switch" for the adults wanting to go on certain rides without the kids, you ask for a pass when the first adult is in the queue and they give you a token...the 2nd adult then walks straight up the exit and onto the waiting in queues twice...

Do it yourself.... book accomodation with disneyland website - then book flights etc... yourself (they have a shuttle bus for a small fee - vea from airport) save you a fortune.... make sure you do buffalo bills though - its essential....

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