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Wanted Disney holiday in October

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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
Ok

we might be off to disney for 11 days or so in october
How much and what is the best way to do this - Disney hotel? Villa etc.
Where to buy or look as there is so much information.

Thanks for any pointers you can offer
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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
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#1
check out thedibb.co.uk as its a dedicated disney/orlando site so will get more help there!

we've only done it twice (3rd booked for november!) 2008 i booked all seperates, 2009 all through thomas cook (as we wanted a wedding package!) & 2011 i'e booked everything with a site called complete orlando (its the same company as attraction tickets direct & both have superb customer service!)
#2
go on a disney cruise we went last year had a whale of a time with daughter aged 7 loads to do kids clubs fab from around 9 n the morning till 1 am if you wanted, she made flubber in the science lab played with peter pan and read stories with cinderella had character breakfast with mickey and goofy and tea party with mad hatter and alice, you got up in the morning and u could bump into any character any time of the day. we also went to rome monte carlo tunisia italy france and pompai we have been to disney in florida a few times and found it not very relaxing and she wouldnt go on many rides so it was a bit of a waste of money when u factor in the park admission
prices and the parking. tell u cant go wrong.
#3
just to add, all 3 trips we'll have stayed at the comfort inn lake buena vista (though its changed its name this year). i booked it the first year as it was the cheapest hotel that did a free breakfast & free coaches to all parks. it was a basic hotel but we liked it because of price, what was offered & location (walking distance to quite a few places to eat). but at the end of the day i wouldnt pay for a posh hotel! you just want somewhere to crash after a full day out!
#4
Disney hotel all the way....fab for the kids
#6
or you could try theses people not bad http://www.travelcitydirect.com/
#7
Thanks for all the advice

Going to keep an eye on this. Budget was about 5.5k but not sure realistic with food and travel etc.
#8
we are just back from florida, we went 28th March, flew with BA, edinburgh to gatwick----gatwick to Orlando.................2adults 12 and 7 year old £1800 for flights,. this was our first time, we had villa from owners direct it was amazing slept 12 (only 4 of us in it lol) £1000 all in...florida tix was good for disney/universal tickets hope this helps (auto europe for cat hire)
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we are just back from florida, we went 28th March, flew with BA, edinburgh to gatwick----gatwick to Orlando.................2adults 12 and 7 year old £1800 for flights,. this was our first time, we had villa from owners direct it was amazing slept 12 (only 4 of us in it lol) £1000 all in...florida tix was good for disney/universal tickets hope this helps (auto europe for cat hire)


Certainly does help thank you

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