4* Hotel 3km from Disneyland Paris, 4nights, 2 people inc Eurostar only £115pp on Expedia.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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A mega bargain if you ask me. 20 - 24 November 2008

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Click Flight & Hotel. London to Paris. Click sort by price and it will be the first & cheapest Hotel!

Hotel Info: (Holiday Inn Very Posh!)
http://www.expedia.co.uk/pub/Agent.dll?qsfr=cmpg&itid=&itty=&itdx=&ecid=&tovr=-1294637292

London St Pancras to Paris Nord Thu 20/11/08 08:32 - 11:47 Eurostar
Paris Nord to London St Pancras Mon 24/11/08 19:13 - 20:28 Eurostar
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#1
Does it include park tickets? I know some of the hotels nearby do include them.

Also, if you've never been before, be prepared for 2 things:
1. very expensive food in and around the parks
2. rude Europeans who have no idea how to queue to meet characters
#2
I've been twice :P

They don't include tickets, but you can get them cheap if you look about a bit!

Hotel looks really nice though! Posh for a holiday inn!
#3
how do you find this deal on expedia:?

Also how much would a 3 day hopper cost
#4
where's the link cold
#5
campag64
where's the link cold


You have to search London to Paris with the dates provided, click hotels near disneyland.

The link is not valid to other people, each search is individual. God!
#7
shazadkhilji
how do you find this deal on expedia:?

Also how much would a 3 day hopper cost


Flight & Hotel. London to Paris. 20 - 23 Nov or 24 Nov (£115) Click sort by price and it will be the first hotel.

Park passes on Expedia 4 days for price of 3 days:

Adults (12 & older) £106.75 each
Children (3 to 11) £90.82 each
#8


You really don't understand how those websites work do you.... :whistling:

Each person who visits has their own session. Pasting links to others won't take them to the same page.
#9
JoeUK
You really don't understand how those websites work do you.... :whistling:

Each person who visits has their own session. Pasting links to others won't take them to the same page.


Read up ^^

Just proving a point to someone who voted cold for no link!

Smart a**
#10
Damn, argument are going on in here. Anyway, I think this is a good price. A sweet little getaway for a couple if they wanted.

Heat added :-) xx
#11
Stayed at the Holiday Inn (4th - 8th August 08), and it was very nice.
#12
How easy is to travel via public transport to Disneyland and to Paris city center?

antonis
#13
this looks a great deal, hot
#14
BadAngel
How easy is to travel via public transport to Disneyland and to Paris city center?

antonis


They have great transport. Its like 30 mins via train and then the tube for like 7-10 mins to center.
#15
do yourself a favour and avoid this place...I went to Paris for a week and spent a day up here with the kids. After about 12 in the day every queue was at least an hour long to get on a ride. There's very little to do for 5 year olds and the queues for their attractions are massive. We put a fast pass in for one ride around 1.00 pm and the time we were given was 7.30 pm to come back!!!

I have to say my daughters illusions about Disneyland were shattered after a day there. You will read some horrific reviews about it and its not really that bad. The landscaping and the general decor is wonderful. Also the detail in some of the rides is fantastic....just a shame really that its spoilt by queuing. Also young kids like to see snow white etc......but in Paris they don't roam around main street.. and yes you guessed it...you have to queue to see them.
...:roll:
#16
We stayed at the Holiday Inn in February. Its a lovely hotel. We preferred it to the Dream Castle which is on the same strip.
#17
daalphamale
do yourself a favour and avoid this place...I went to Paris for a week and spent a day up here with the kids. After about 12 in the day every queue was at least an hour long to get on a ride. There's very little to do for 5 year olds and the queues for their attractions are massive. We put a fast pass in for one ride around 1.00 pm and the time we were given was 7.30 pm to come back!!!

I have to say my daughters illusions about Disneyland were shattered after a day there. You will read some horrific reviews about it and its not really that bad. The landscaping and the general decor is wonderful. Also the detail in some of the rides is fantastic....just a shame really that its spoilt by queuing. Also young kids like to see snow white etc......but in Paris they don't roam around main street.. and yes you guessed it...you have to queue to see them.
...:roll:


How can you not have queues? Imagine the queues in Florida, they would be twice as bad! :P
#18
We went to Disnleyland Paris and it was great. Sure, there were some queues, but nothing too major. Later in the day we could walk straight onto the rides, and even stay on some for repeats.

Paris is great too. Excellent transport system around the airports, Disney and into the city - clean, punctual and efficient. Maybe food is not the cheapest in the world, but if you bide you're time there are plenty of resonable prices.

Voted hot, this is a bargain trip to a great place :thumbsup:
#19
Rhianne
How can you not have queues? Imagine the queues in Florida, they would be twice as bad! :P


The queues in Florida are just fine. I've been there and they're amazingly quick at despatching people into the attractions. Moreoever, the queuing systems they have made it easy to wait without having to worry about people skipping.

Plus, with all the characters wandering about it provides a modicum of entertainment whilst you wait.
#20
Good deal but its feezing cold and time of year thinking maybe thats why its cheap
:thinking:
#21
Disneyland Paris is a great place for a family holiday would get it myself if it were available for the weekend only
#22
thekanester;2875175
The queues in Florida are just fine. I've been there and they're amazingly quick at despatching people into the attractions. Moreoever, the queuing systems they have made it easy to wait without having to worry about people skipping.

Plus, with all the characters wandering about it provides a modicum of entertainment whilst you wait.


Yup, agreed. We were in FLorida this year and the level of organisation is very impressive (if you notice that kind of thing when surrounded by 'your dreams coming true' :roll: lol). Even Universal Studios (which isn't disney) has everything down to pat... Id say it was a case of they've been doing it longer but I figure not - Disneyland paris is celebrating, what, 15 years? Plus, if it can't learn from it's cousin across the pond in that time something fishy is going on... I say it *must* be a cultural difference. Americans expect (and get) a high level of service - europeans have been used to a different level of service and are happy(uh, not...) to stick with it, it seems.

I'll give Disneyland Paris a shot, eventually... but the decent prices are out of season when the weather is ridiculously cold and when it comes to value for money it's a better deal to go to Florida at the low end of the season for a similar price that you'd pay to go to Paris high season.

Horses for courses I guess :-D I won't be voting cold (although there WAS NO LINK :p:whistling:), rep added for pointing out a deal that is good for some people *nod*
#23
part of the reason it's cheap:?

Please note that the swimming pool will be closed for renovations from November 10th 2008 until March 15th 2009. Please contact the hotel for further details.
#24
AmandaRose
Yup, agreed. We were in FLorida this year and the level of organisation is very impressive (if you notice that kind of thing when surrounded by 'your dreams coming true' :roll: lol). Even Universal Studios (which isn't disney) has everything down to pat... Id say it was a case of they've been doing it longer but I figure not - Disneyland paris is celebrating, what, 15 years? Plus, if it can't learn from it's cousin across the pond in that time something fishy is going on... I say it *must* be a cultural difference. Americans expect (and get) a high level of service - europeans have been used to a different level of service and are happy(uh, not...) to stick with it, it seems.

I'll give Disneyland Paris a shot, eventually... but the decent prices are out of season when the weather is ridiculously cold and when it comes to value for money it's a better deal to go to Florida at the low end of the season for a similar price that you'd pay to go to Paris high season.

Horses for courses I guess :-D I won't be voting cold (although there WAS NO LINK :p:whistling:), rep added for pointing out a deal that is good for some people *nod*



Everyone: LINKS DO NOT WORK FOR THIS. YOU HAVE TO SEARCH YOURSELVES.

Any link I get will just take everyone else through to expedia's homepage.
All this had been said on the previous page.
#25
alchemistkevin
Disneyland Paris is a great place for a family holiday would get it myself if it were available for the weekend only


You can pick the days you want :)
#26
Booked a long weekend for me and my girlfriend to celebrate our third year anniversary. Ironically it happened to be just before that weekend.

Excellent deal!

Heat and rep added!
#27
muthatuck
Ironically it happened to be just before that weekend.


"Ironically" isn't really the correct word there. Coincidentally would have been a better choice.
#28
Why don't you take the Eurostar all the way to Disneyland Resort Paris, the Station is just outside Disneyland, while Paris is 30Km away. Also you will be better off buying your tickets direct from Disney Website,
Adults (12 & older) £93 each
Children (3 to 11) £79 each
still 4days for the price of 3 but is over £10 cheaper per ticket.
#29
Having just been to Disneyland Paris a week ago (the second time we've been), I'd say avoid if you have the option, or have ever been to the parks in Florida. OK, it was the worst time of the year to go (August - the French are on holiday), but 90 minute queues for two minute rides will test even the most patient of parents with youngsters.

Add to this the staff are miserable and don't make even half the effort that the USA staff do, plus the fact you'll be dodging clouds of cigarette smoke EVERYWHERE you go in the park (you'd think that being mostly outdoors it wouldn't be a problem, but I had a sore throat by the end of the day from it) and it was a break better forgotten.

I've stayed in this hotel, and it is very nice. The rooms have a curtained-off area in the style of a circus big-top with either a single bed or bunk beds, so you can put the kids to bed and (quitely) watch telly in the evening. The food was very expensive and distinctly average as it is everywhere in, and around, the parks.

Most of the food outlets in the parks are fast food but because of the throughput of customers it's always freshly cooked and hot, and if it's not there's usually a microwave where you can give it a blast. We usually paid about 20-25 Euros for a family of four to eat a reasonably tasty fast-food lunch. The Euro rate isn't great at the moment, so it works out fairly expensive.

Anyway, queue-wise November should be nice and quiet so this is a good deal. If you can wait a while, save the money and go to Florida though. :thumbsup:
#30
Rhianne;2876327
Everyone: LINKS DO NOT WORK FOR THIS. YOU HAVE TO SEARCH YOURSELVES.

Any link I get will just take everyone else through to expedia's homepage.
All this had been said on the previous page.


LOL! Ok, I guess dispite my use of smilies, the humour was lost... I was KIDDING, I know you can't link directly to the deal - I was just being facetious.
#31
I tried this earlier and it worked fine but ive gone to book it now and it brings up a different hotel so i assume the holiday inn is sold out
#32
£134.00 now for same dates which is still not a bad deal
#33
futura
I tried this earlier and it worked fine but ive gone to book it now and it brings up a different hotel so i assume the holiday inn is sold out


Search by hotel class. It'll stand out a mile :)
#34
If you are going to Disneyland only, get the Eurostar to Disneyland Resort Paris rather than Paris Nord. Still the same price, and takes you right up to Disneyland. Hotel is 5min Free Shuttle Ride from the station. Went there a couple of weeks ago stayed in hotel next to this one. So type in Disneyland Resort Paris, in destination field, instead of just Paris.
#35
I am staying here in 2 weeks time... i have read some dreadful reviews on the Trip advisor website, so don't know quite what to expect.
#36
im hopefully going in october.. staying at residence home business paris self catering apartments. cheapest tickets ive found is disney website direct and you get quidco..

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