3 nights/4 days @ Disneys hotel Santa Fe for 2 adults + 2 children inc passes to both disney parks only £350 or £329 inc quido - HotUKDeals
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total price: £350.00

The price includes: Room + tickets + breakfast + local tax + options (if selected), includes special discount (if applicable)


arriving on: Monday 22 March 2010

length of stay: 3 night(s) / 4 days

4 days in both Disney parks

With the entry tickets included in your package, you can visit the two Disney Parks as often as you like.


Click the link from here then tick the box on the right hand side saying 'select your comfort' tick 2 keys, then select disneys hotel santa Fe.

then click book now to choose dates etc.

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#1
any ideas how much flights this time of year would cost? also how far from the airport is this? thanks
#2
Fly to CDG airport, jump on the fast train and you are there in a jiffy. Station is right outside the main park, catch the free bus to the hotel about 5 mins away.
The Santa Fe is not bad for the price........... just watch out for the scrum to get on the bus in the morning!!!

We flew Easyjet from Luton, had a 5 days there, 2 adults, 1 child plus the hotel for under £500. That was late March so the prices were slightly higher.
#3
Seems a decent deal - thanks op.
#4
Link is dead or is it me! Hot by the way
#5
date not available with above criteria,every date near there for same is £444
#6
I have actually book in this hotel for the 22/03/10.But for 5 days/4nights.We have booked through travelcare with a package from the Disneyland brochure.It cost us just over £500 for 2 adults and 2 children including the Eurostar and the Disney Express.This is the fifth time!Much easier to go by Eurostar and quicker!
#7
mightyforest
date not available with above criteria,every date near there for same is £444


Its definately availiable.
#8
http://i38.tinypic.com/sm368j.jpg
#9
Comes up a £477 for me same dates ???

You need to change the title to kids under 12 so people know the score.
#10
ahh finally got it, pitty it doesn't include the free meal offer as it has the free night offer instead, personally i think your better off paying for the extra day and getting free meals,works out around £94 extra, and im sure you'll spend more than that on meals for 4 of you in 4 days

cheers anyway
#11
CrawleyRed;6479697
I have actually book in this hotel for the 22/03/10.But for 5 days/4nights.We have booked through travelcare with a package from the Disneyland brochure.It cost us just over £500 for 2 adults and 2 children including the Eurostar and the Disney Express.This is the fifth time!Much easier to go by Eurostar and quicker!

easier by eurostar until the planks moved its terminal from waterloo, so no good for 99% of the country...probably a decision by some dumb dumb londoner
#12
Prices for children over 12 are the same as for adults.
Sorry Disney but 12yr olds are not adults.
#13
mightyforest;6480042
ahh finally got it, pitty it doesn't include the free meal offer as it has the free night offer instead, personally i think your better off paying for the extra day and getting free meals,works out around £94 extra, and im sure you'll spend more than that on meals for 4 of you in 4 days

cheers anyway

agreed with the euro and the disney prices...eating onsite you can easily spend £100 for 2 adults/2 kids per eve meal and about £50 @ lunchtime.....better off eating offsite or in paris....food is miles better than the toilet stuff they serve onsite......
went to the rainforest cafe - easily the worst restaurant meal ever.....i had a chilli and i think a blind cat made it....onions were raw, food cold, food tasteless - 100 times worse than a smart price chilli, nachos stale but at near £20 i expected much better
waiters/resses were useless, service slow....we had a main meal and kids ice cream but it took 2.5 hours total, took 1 hour to get main meals, took 1 hour to get ice cream for the kids, took 1 hour to get a a drink after 6 requests and 2 complaints
complained to waitress and asked to speak to manager @ time but they had vanished, complained to h/o and got a free meal for 4 next time
best food place is the mickey restaurant...but thats not saying the food is good...its edible and the cahracters are there but main meals are about £18-30 each for harvester standard food
#14
cheers ill have a look in a bit
#15
St Pancras is fine for me and most other people.Its not far from Waterloo!
#16
Wow, didn't know Disney did Quidco, good spot.

Some mixed reviews for the hotel, but overall quite good and seems to average about 7.5/10.0.
#17
I can't wait...we've booked 29/11.
Be careful if you have a child under 3. They will not give you meal vouchers...I have now changed my childs age on their system from 2 to 3 otherwise she'd be expected to eat babyfood??? As children under stay and pla free it is no difference in price.
Also you get vouchers for certain places dependent on which hotel you book!!
Any advice on where to eat??

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