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4 nights in Disneyland Paris staying in Disney's Mexican themed hotel Santa Fe. This price includes all flights, Disney hotel, breakfast and Disneyland park tickets for the full 4 days. I've based … Read More
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4 nights in Disneyland Paris staying in Disney's Mexican themed hotel Santa Fe. This price includes all flights, Disney hotel, breakfast and Disneyland park tickets for the full 4 days.

I've based this trip on 4 adults flying out of Manchester on 26th September returning 29th September. You can fly out of liverpool for a few £££ cheaper but the flight times aren't as beneficial. If you work shifts like me these mid week breaks are ideal and cheaper than the usual weekend breaks!

I've chosen to stay in the Hotel Santa Fe which is one of the closest hotels to the park with just a 5 minute shuttle bus needed, there are cheaper hotels however this one is best value for money. You get a buffet breakfast included in your stay and it has plenty of variation. I've stayed here myself and couldn't recommend it more. The hotel has two double beds so you can jump in and share with your buddy!

4 day park tickets are included in the price of the hotel.

Getting from the airport to the hotel is nice and easy as you can just hop on the metro from the airport, this is the cheapest option and takes around an hour. There is also a coach which you could get outside the terminal however this is a bit more expensive and takes around the same time.

This deal only includes hand luggage however you'll only be there for 4 days and the weight is unlimited, this is plenty for your trip! If you want to add a suitcase so you can buy souvenirs it would be best to add a case and split the price between the group.

Price breakdown

Flights to Paris booked with Easyjet - £203.44

Hotel including breakfast and park tickets booked with DisneylandParis - £854.32

Total price for 4 people - £1057.76

Total price each - £264.44
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[HUKD Travel Expert]#1
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Link doesn't work
[HUKD Travel Expert]#3
OJ1984
Link doesn't work


For some reason it won't link to the Disney website it keeps sending me to HUKD! It's just booked through easyjet.com and DisneylandParis.co.uk :D
4 Likes #4
For the same date, you could of saved around £70 booking the same room via DisneylandParis.Fr site. It's easy to navigate even if you understand the basics of French or you can go via google and have the site translated.
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Getting from the airport to the hotel is nice and easy as you can just hop on the metro from the airport

It is relatively easy but to make it the cheapest the best way is to take passport photos of all travellers and get a pass that the French use. This is valid on the whole transport network in Paris but can only be bought up until Wednesday of any week. The pass costs €2? (my credit card just gives the English £37 for 2 passes) for a week's travel. It used to be called Carte Orange but now I think is Navigo. This is way cheaper than the tourist passes for 3 and 5 days.

The train is more overground than Metro and you need to change at the second stop in central Paris - Chatelet Les Halles. From there cross over to the other side of the platform and wait for a train to Marne La Vallee (make sure it goes there as not all trains do.
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I did this last week but booked the Santa Fe via the venere app with the 15% off code. it was cheaper than disney site even without the discount code. TGV from CDG to DLP is £23 return - takes 9 mins
[HUKD Travel Expert]#7
matth5182
I did this last week but booked the Santa Fe via the venere app with the 15% off code. it was cheaper than disney site even without the discount code. TGV from CDG to DLP is £23 return - takes 9 mins


Ooo lovely, booking on venere do you still get the park tickets included?
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The TGV is far easier than the Metro and only takes 9 mins. Easyjet arrives at the terminal the train station is beneath. Take the escalators down and jump the train. At Marne la vallee station, take the shuttle bus to the Santa Fe hotel. If you have younger kids you may be better at the Cheyenne as it's just been refurbed to Toy Story theme. It also has a double and bunk beds in the room whereas Santa Fe has 2 doubles
#9
BlueSkies
matth5182
I did this last week but booked the Santa Fe via the venere app with the 15% off code. it was cheaper than disney site even without the discount code. TGV from CDG to DLP is £23 return - takes 9 mins


Ooo lovely, booking on venere do you still get the park tickets included?


yeah just make sure you select the room that includes park tickets. There is also an option for half board but try as I might I couldn't get them to confirm what level of half board so didn't take the chance. It's actually dropped about a fiver from when I booked so they must do their own currency conversion to £.
Just to note, if you book the room including park tickets it's non refundable whereas room only is.
#10
just to add, they give you park tickets for all days of your stay so if you are there 3 nights you will get 4 days tickets for your party. these tickets include the extra magic hours (usually 8am to 10am) that only hotel guests are allowed in the park before the public enter
[HUKD Travel Expert]#11
matth5182
BlueSkies
matth5182
I did this last week but booked the Santa Fe via the venere app with the 15% off code. it was cheaper than disney site even without the discount code. TGV from CDG to DLP is £23 return - takes 9 mins


Ooo lovely, booking on venere do you still get the park tickets included?


yeah just make sure you select the room that includes park tickets. There is also an option for half board but try as I might I couldn't get them to confirm what level of half board so didn't take the chance. It's actually dropped about a fiver from when I booked so they must do their own currency conversion to £.
Just to note, if you book the room including park tickets it's non refundable whereas room only is.


Ooo great I'll bear that in mind, I didn't realise you could choose an option with park tickets! That's much better! I think breakfast is just enough there are yummier restaurants than the hotel ones!
#12
Interesting
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1 Like #13
Lol I want to go but just return from Walt Disney world Florida so I can't justify taking my daughter who's going be starting reception on Monday :(
1 Like #14
Cold fod me as better options with getting annual passes as well so can go back for a whole year!

Flights -£200
Annual passes from supertrips- 576
Kyriad Hotel -178
=954

Sante Fe is no better than the Kyriad and there is a bus that takes you every 15 mins.
If you wanted you can book it direct through Expedia for about £80 more.

Annual pass gives you discounts inside as well.
1 Like #15
Cold from me, booked for Feb half term 4 nights, 5 days 2 adults 2 children staying at Cheyenne £563. You can even stay at Hotel New York for £700 odd quid for 4 nights, which is still cheaper than this offer for 3 nights term time
#16
TheMexicaliKid
Cold from me, booked for Feb half term 4 nights, 5 days 2 adults 2 children staying at Cheyenne £563. You can even stay at Hotel New York for £700 odd quid for 4 nights, which is still cheaper than this offer for 3 nights term time

mind me asking where you found that price, im getting just under £800
1 Like #17
TheMexicaliKid
Cold from me, booked for Feb half term 4 nights, 5 days 2 adults 2 children staying at Cheyenne £563. You can even stay at Hotel New York for £700 odd quid for 4 nights, which is still cheaper than this offer for 3 nights term time

Can you give some detail as I'm interested. Does it also include flights & breakfast?
#18
TheMexicaliKid
Cold from me, booked for Feb half term 4 nights, 5 days 2 adults 2 children staying at Cheyenne £563. You can even stay at Hotel New York for £700 odd quid for 4 nights, which is still cheaper than this offer for 3 nights term time

Stupid question but ... is that £700 total or £700 each ? And does it include getting there ?
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I don't have three friends. :(
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Save a bit more and spend properly in Orlando.
Paris Disneyland is a joke.
#21
chenzz
Save a bit more and spend properly in Orlando.
Paris Disneyland is a joke.

A bit more? A joke?
#22
Not bad termtime

Edited By: obsydian on Sep 05, 2016 10:03: error
#23
Santa Fe is the pits
#24
that's an amazing deals...doesnt work for us right now with 8 month ild twins but sometime down the line ill be looking for something just like this Thanks OP
4 Likes #25
We've been loads of times, here's my advice:



Buy an annual pass. They start at around £100 each, discounts for large families too. There's loads of info on http://www.dlpguide.com/planning/booking/annual-passports/ - you just buy a normal 1-day ticket at the gate and go into the Passport bureau in the park to upgrade it for the extra few pounds. If you search on Trip Advisor forums you'll find people who are existing members who will meet you outside to 'refer a friend' so you get an extra discount. Check blackout days, and whether you need parking depending on which pass you get. If you get one including parking, for 3 euros a day you can also park in the Disney Village car park most days of the year which saves a very long walk to the normal Disney car parks.

Book a non-Disney hotel (there are loads around - the Explorers is fantastic for kids, loads of play and a great pool but there are plenty cheaper). Different in Florida, the Disney hotels and dining plans are outstanding there, but the whole package in Paris isn't quite as magical. There are also lovely campsites/caravan parks where you can rent self-catering very reasonably. We paid £220 in August for 4 nights with Happy Camp at Village Parisien and whilst it wasn't the biggest or best caravan in the world, it was clean and comfortable and the kids loved the deep diving pool on site.

If you can drive, do. Charles De Gaulle is pretty much the worst airport in the world. If you're up north, the overnight ferry from Hull works out at quite good value if you book early/off-peak and Zeebrugge isn't massively further than Calais.

There's loads of stuff outside of Disney that's great for kids too. Dock39 at Mountevrain is just a couple of miles away and has a fantastic kids clip&climb centre. There's Sea Life at Val D'Europe, Parc Asterix 40 mins away (use Tesco Clubcard) and Paris itself obviously.

Save on food - the Paris Disney dining isn't a patch on Florida and really not worth the cost altho you'll probably want to have one or two 'nice meals out'. Everyone makes up cheese rolls at breakfast to take into the park for lunch, and there's a McDs in Disney Village if you don't mind the odd bit of junk food for the little darlings to keep costs down.

I helped friends (family of 6) book a week in the summer school hols at DLP for around £1100 including transport (petrol, ferry, tolls), park tickets (annual passes) and a 3 bed caravan/bungalow in a holiday park with pool etc. A very cheap holiday for them and they had a fab time!
#26
ciechanm
TheMexicaliKid
Cold from me, booked for Feb half term 4 nights, 5 days 2 adults 2 children staying at Cheyenne £563. You can even stay at Hotel New York for £700 odd quid for 4 nights, which is still cheaper than this offer for 3 nights term time
Can you give some detail as I'm interested. Does it also include flights & breakfast?
Includes breakfast, but travel on top. I usually drive over, only costs couple of hundred for the 4 of us
#27
AdamBrunt
TheMexicaliKid
Cold from me, booked for Feb half term 4 nights, 5 days 2 adults 2 children staying at Cheyenne £563. You can even stay at Hotel New York for £700 odd quid for 4 nights, which is still cheaper than this offer for 3 nights term time
Stupid question but ... is that £700 total or £700 each ? And does it include getting there ?
That's for all four of us, but not including travel
#28
sab
TheMexicaliKid
Cold from me, booked for Feb half term 4 nights, 5 days 2 adults 2 children staying at Cheyenne £563. You can even stay at Hotel New York for £700 odd quid for 4 nights, which is still cheaper than this offer for 3 nights term time
mind me asking where you found that price, im getting just under £800
Disneyland website from 19th Feb came up as £500 odd for Cheyenne and £700 odd for New York. Not including travel
#29
panddda
We've been loads of times, here's my advice:
Buy an annual pass. They start at around £100 each, discounts for large families too. There's loads of info on http://www.dlpguide.com/planning/booking/annual-passports/ - you just buy a normal 1-day ticket at the gate and go into the Passport bureau in the park to upgrade it for the extra few pounds. If you search on Trip Advisor forums you'll find people who are existing members who will meet you outside to 'refer a friend' so you get an extra discount. Check blackout days, and whether you need parking depending on which pass you get. If you get one including parking, for 3 euros a day you can also park in the Disney Village car park most days of the year which saves a very long walk to the normal Disney car parks.
Book a non-Disney hotel (there are loads around - the Explorers is fantastic for kids, loads of play and a great pool but there are plenty cheaper). Different in Florida, the Disney hotels and dining plans are outstanding there, but the whole package in Paris isn't quite as magical. There are also lovely campsites/caravan parks where you can rent self-catering very reasonably. We paid £220 in August for 4 nights with Happy Camp at Village Parisien and whilst it wasn't the biggest or best caravan in the world, it was clean and comfortable and the kids loved the deep diving pool on site.
If you can drive, do. Charles De Gaulle is pretty much the worst airport in the world. If you're up north, the overnight ferry from Hull works out at quite good value if you book early/off-peak and Zeebrugge isn't massively further than Calais.
There's loads of stuff outside of Disney that's great for kids too. Dock39 at Mountevrain is just a couple of miles away and has a fantastic kids clip&climb centre. There's Sea Life at Val D'Europe, Parc Asterix 40 mins away (use Tesco Clubcard) and Paris itself obviously.
Save on food - the Paris Disney dining isn't a patch on Florida and really not worth the cost altho you'll probably want to have one or two 'nice meals out'. Everyone makes up cheese rolls at breakfast to take into the park for lunch, and there's a McDs in Disney Village if you don't mind the odd bit of junk food for the little darlings to keep costs down.
I helped friends (family of 6) book a week in the summer school hols at DLP for around £1100 including transport (petrol, ferry, tolls), park tickets (annual passes) and a 3 bed caravan/bungalow in a holiday park with pool etc. A very cheap holiday for them and they had a fab time!

Agree with most of that except to point out re "you just buy a normal 1-day ticket at the gate and go into the Passport bureau in the park to upgrade it for the extra few pounds" should not be read as an annual pass is just a few pounds more than 1-day ticket. An "include everything" Annual Pass ticket (235 Euros) is just a few pounds more than a 4 days "include everything" ticket (212 Euros)

Edited By: AdamBrunt on Sep 05, 2016 11:07
#30
panddda
We've been loads of times, here's my advice:
Buy an annual pass. They start at around £100 each, discounts for large families too.

So is it better to get an annual pass even if you're only going once?
#31
TheMexicaliKid
sab
TheMexicaliKid
Cold from me, booked for Feb half term 4 nights, 5 days 2 adults 2 children staying at Cheyenne £563. You can even stay at Hotel New York for £700 odd quid for 4 nights, which is still cheaper than this offer for 3 nights term time
mind me asking where you found that price, im getting just under £800
Disneyland website from 19th Feb came up as £500 odd for Cheyenne and £700 odd for New York. Not including travel

Erm - the 19th Feb is not half term (well not down South it isn't). Half term is the week before.
#32
wix
panddda
We've been loads of times, here's my advice:
Buy an annual pass. They start at around £100 each, discounts for large families too.
So is it better to get an annual pass even if you're only going once?

That answer will depend on how many days you know you will definitely be going for, and how much you're prepared to pay.

An top of the range annual pass is only about 20 Euros more expensive than a top of the range 4 day ticket; so if you are planning on going for more than 4 days in a year then the answer is yes. 4 or less then the answer is more a matter of personal budget and requirements (some annual passes have additional benefits over the equivalent day ticket in addition to park entry)
#33
AdamBrunt
panddda
We've been loads of times, here's my advice:
Buy an annual pass. They start at around £100 each, discounts for large families too. There's loads of info on http://www.dlpguide.com/planning/booking/annual-passports/ - you just buy a normal 1-day ticket at the gate and go into the Passport bureau in the park to upgrade it for the extra few pounds. If you search on Trip Advisor forums you'll find people who are existing members who will meet you outside to 'refer a friend' so you get an extra discount. Check blackout days, and whether you need parking depending on which pass you get. If you get one including parking, for 3 euros a day you can also park in the Disney Village car park most days of the year which saves a very long walk to the normal Disney car parks.
Book a non-Disney hotel (there are loads around - the Explorers is fantastic for kids, loads of play and a great pool but there are plenty cheaper). Different in Florida, the Disney hotels and dining plans are outstanding there, but the whole package in Paris isn't quite as magical. There are also lovely campsites/caravan parks where you can rent self-catering very reasonably. We paid £220 in August for 4 nights with Happy Camp at Village Parisien and whilst it wasn't the biggest or best caravan in the world, it was clean and comfortable and the kids loved the deep diving pool on site.
If you can drive, do. Charles De Gaulle is pretty much the worst airport in the world. If you're up north, the overnight ferry from Hull works out at quite good value if you book early/off-peak and Zeebrugge isn't massively further than Calais.
There's loads of stuff outside of Disney that's great for kids too. Dock39 at Mountevrain is just a couple of miles away and has a fantastic kids clip&climb centre. There's Sea Life at Val D'Europe, Parc Asterix 40 mins away (use Tesco Clubcard) and Paris itself obviously.
Save on food - the Paris Disney dining isn't a patch on Florida and really not worth the cost altho you'll probably want to have one or two 'nice meals out'. Everyone makes up cheese rolls at breakfast to take into the park for lunch, and there's a McDs in Disney Village if you don't mind the odd bit of junk food for the little darlings to keep costs down.
I helped friends (family of 6) book a week in the summer school hols at DLP for around £1100 including transport (petrol, ferry, tolls), park tickets (annual passes) and a 3 bed caravan/bungalow in a holiday park with pool etc. A very cheap holiday for them and they had a fab time!
Agree with most of that except to point out re "you just buy a normal 1-day ticket at the gate and go into the Passport bureau in the park to upgrade it for the extra few pounds" should not be read as an annual pass is just a few pounds more than 1-day ticket. An "include everything" Annual Pass ticket (235 Euros) is just a few pounds more than a 4 days "include everything" ticket (212 Euros)

wix
panddda
We've been loads of times, here's my advice:
Buy an annual pass. They start at around £100 each, discounts for large families too.
So is it better to get an annual pass even if you're only going once?

I guess 'a few pounds' is subjective - it depends on the level of annual pass you're getting and whether you'll use it again or not. The basic pass is (as far as I know) 135 euros - depending on the exchange rate that's a bit over £100. If you've got a family of 5 or more, take 20% off that. I don't know what the gate prices are as I haven't done it, but I don't think you get a huge amount of change from a ton on a 2-park ticket.

Anyone interested obviously needs to do their homework - the link I provided to dlpguide website has full info there. I think they recommend that anybody planning 2 or more days in the park is probably going to benefit from an annual pass, but if one of your days is blackout or you decide you want the dearest all-singing one then it's going to be quite a few pounds more. The point was that you don't need to faff around before you go - just buy a normal ticket on the gate and pay the difference to upgrade once you get into the park, you don't need to pay twice.


Edited By: panddda on Sep 05, 2016 11:28
1 Like #34
Turnip
chenzz
Save a bit more and spend properly in Orlando.
Paris Disneyland is a joke.
A bit more? A joke?

Way too small.
shrinked version.
there is no point to visit same theme oark twice.
even kids will get bored.
If there is only one to go, definately the ones in Orlando.
About 5-10 times bigger
#35
AdamBrunt
wix
panddda
We've been loads of times, here's my advice:
Buy an annual pass. They start at around £100 each, discounts for large families too.
So is it better to get an annual pass even if you're only going once?
That answer will depend on how many days you know you will definitely be going for, and how much you're prepared to pay.

An top of the range annual pass is only about 20 Euros more expensive than a top of the range 4 day ticket; so if you are planning on going for more than 4 days in a year then the answer is yes. 4 or less then the answer is more a matter of personal budget and requirements (some annual passes have additional benefits over the equivalent day ticket in addition to park entry)

Exactly. But worth noting that unless you really want to go on the blackout days, and are really bothered about having the extra stuff you get with the top annual pass (that you wouldn't have got with the day tickets) the middle pass covers almost every day, and the basic pass covers a huge chunk of the year too. The basic one costs significantly less than a 4 day ticket.
#36
gifted2002uk
Lol I want to go but just return from Walt Disney world Florida so I can't justify taking my daughter who's going be starting reception on Monday :(

Yeah. i wouldn't bother. It doesn't even come close to Disneyworld in Florida.
1 Like #37
chenzz
Turnip
chenzz
Save a bit more and spend properly in Orlando.
Paris Disneyland is a joke.
A bit more? A joke?
Way too small.
shrinked version.
there is no point to visit same theme oark twice.
even kids will get bored.
If there is only one to go, definately the ones in Orlando.
About 5-10 times bigger

Agreed, but Orlando isn't an option for everyone - we didn't take our kids to the USA until they were old enough to cope with the travel (7, 10), plus it's a long way to go for a 4 night break.

Saying that, if you can travel off-peak (or even sometimes in peak season) and don't mind messing around a little, you can get there for a reasonable price. We're flying from Birmingham next year on a package holiday with BA for £1900 for May half term week including flights, executive villa with pool and MPV car hire. However that doesn't include park tickets - you'll pay more for a Florida Disney ticket than you would for the entire Paris holiday!
#38
I'm just back from four days there... Sad again now :(
#39
We went back in June and stayed at the sequoia lodge - couldn't recommend that enough. So quiet you wouldn't think it was a 10 minute walk from the park. We walked to and from as it was quicker than to wait to get on a packed shuttle ! We ate 2 nights at the hotel Cheyenne (10 minute walk) as that was an all you can eat buffet. We had food vouchers but even if you pay for €25 there was more than enough food and deserts to fill up on. Can't wait to go back again :)
#40
If anyone spots any Disneyland Paris offers including Eurostar from Ebbsfleet please post them :)

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