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Just booked 2 adults 3 children in Davy Crockett March 21st For 3 nights & 4 Days, this is available for all Disney Hotels.
Upgraded cabin (i urge you to never go for the standard ) for a total cost £584.

This is basically full board as you get breakfast, plus tickets for lunch and dinner.

We paid more than this last year for half board with lunch costing 30 to 40 euros a day

All your meals for free!

When you book a minimum 3-day/ 2-night stay in a Disney Hotel at Disneyland Paris



Your holiday package includes

- Accommodation in a Disney hotel
- Tickets for the 2 Disney® Parks
- Breakfast in your Disney hotel
AND
2FREE meal vouchers per person and per night booked(1).
Valid in a wide variety of restaurants across the resort.

Combinable with: Kids Stay & Play Free offers!
Just book by 15th November 2009 for arrivals until 1st April 2010(2)


*Terms & conditions



During its validity period, the "all your meals for free" offer is valid in 1 or more Disney hotel per arrival date. This Hotel may change according to your booking date. To find out which hotel this offer applies to on your preferred booking date, please call: 08448 008 898 and quote "Free Meals offer"
(1) 2 meal vouchers per person (from 3 years old) and per night booked in a Disney hotel. Vouchers can be used for lunch and dinner (except brunch) throughout and only for the duration of your stay. Eg: from dinner on the day of arrival to lunch on the day of departure (breakfast is included in your package at your hotel).
(2) Offer excludes arrivals from 22nd - 31st December 2009. Last departure date from the hotel must be 23rd of December 2009 as vouchers cannot be used between 24th and 31st December 2009.
Offer only combinable with Kids Stay & Play Free offers and not combinable with any other offer or discount
o Kids under 7 stay and play free offer: valid for arrivals until 2nd January 2010. Please see brochure or website for details.
o Kids under 12 Stay, Play &Travel for Free offer: Valid for arrivals from 3rd January until 1st April 2010. Please see brochure or website for details
Offer valid for new reservations only & only valid on packages of 3 days / 2 nights & or more
Not valid for packages with family rooms at Disney's Newport Bay Club, Empire State Club rooms, Castle Club rooms and Suites.
Transportation, other options or insurance are not included but can be added to your reservation.
Dining capacity is subject to availability and restaurants opening hours may vary. Availability in many locations may be limited, so it is highly recommended to book your table before coming to Disneyland Paris, at least 7 days in advance, by calling our Dining Reservation Service on 08448 008 898 and select the Book your Restaurant option
Subject to availability and Disneyland Paris terms & conditions apply
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#1
We went to the Davy Crockett ranch in a standard cabin in February and it was disgusting. We arrived at about 11.00pm and the heating had not been on, temperature was about freezing and we could not get it to work, longest night of our lives !! No one was available to help which has put us off going back !!
#2
james02
We went to the Davy Crockett ranch in a standard cabin in February and it was disgusting. We arrived at about 11.00pm and the heating had not been on, temperature was about freezing and we could not get it to work, longest night of our lives !! No one was available to help which has put us off going back !!


We've been going annually for last 6 years.Yes, the standard cabins are awful. As I said above, I urge people to upgrade if they go to Davy Crockett, from experience, they are much much better.
This offer is also valid for all other hotels though. Its actually cheaper in some of the hotels for most people if you are a 4 person family but we need 5 beds which limits us to Davey Crockett or the 2 top drawer hotels.
#3
Very interesting, thanks for posting. I note there is no transport from accommodation to the parks, is it best to hire a car?
#4
For Davy Crockett you'll need a car.
We shop at tesco's and use £25 of club card vouchers for eurotunnel tickets.

if you stay at any other Disney hotels, there are free shuttle buses, and most are within 5 to 10 min walk from park anyway.
#5
Thanks:thumbsup:
#6
We've been a few times now and gone half board, it does make a difference especially with the poor euro rate at the moment! Would definately save you a lot! Do you think this would include the travel side of the kids under 12 stay play & travel free? I keep reading the T&C's and it reads that it does but maybe im being to hopefull! Voted hot !
#7
I would love to take my little boy to Eurodisney next year (he will still be 3), can you recommend a hotel please? I probably need to do a little more research but not having experience of it, it's hard to know where to go and where to avoid and to get the best deals!
#8
If I was booking for Feb, how much of a deposit do they need when booking it?
#9
i just rang and it was £100 deposit until January when the full balance was due (for March holiday).
#10
6.5% quidco too. Stopped at the Santa Fe before, loved it
#11
wozwebs
6.5% quidco too. Stopped at the Santa Fe before, loved it


Can you get the same deal online too? (sorry, can't get onto Eurodisney site from work!).

Just rang the number above and they said I could get Hotel New York for 2 nights/3 days at £545 inclusive of meals and theme park tickets for 2 adults and 1 child - does this sound a good deal?
#12
£350 for the dame pckage at Santa Fe. To be honest we spent so long at the parks etc. that the hotel was just a place to crash. Santa Fe is 5 minutes on the free shuttle buses
#13
fruityloops
i just rang and it was £100 deposit until January when the full balance was due (for March holiday).


Hmm that's weird, coz when you do it on their site it asks you to pay the full wack :? As mine comes to over £1000 for 5 days in the Feb half term, I can't pay it all now.

thanks for answering though :thumbsup:
#14
wozwebs
To be honest we spent so long at the parks etc. that the hotel was just a place to crash.


So, you reckon it's not worth going for the better hotels? (Just asking as I've never been there.)
#15
I booked in July to go for 6 nights in October ..... you think we might get the "all meals" upgrade?
#16
I'll give you two guesses, the one where the answer is no will be right.:whistling:
1 Like #17
fruityloops
I would love to take my little boy to Eurodisney next year (he will still be 3), can you recommend a hotel please? I probably need to do a little more research but not having experience of it, it's hard to know where to go and where to avoid and to get the best deals!


We took our older girl in January this year (she was 5) she loved it and we can't wait to go back and take the younger one with us this time.:whistling:

We stayed in the Hotel Cheyenne which is the cowboy themed hotel and can happily recommend it, decent rooms, easy to walk to the parks if the shuttle buses are busy and not too long for little legs. We also took up the half-board package and would do that again as it saved worrying about paying for dinners, and tbh the buffet style eating at the cheyenne meant that you didn't need a big lunch.

One thing for anyone going to Disney was to be very careful of your bags/belongings round the bus and train terminal at the entrance to both parks, we were there on my birthday and going back into the park in the evening my husband got bumped into, this turned out to be the distraction as it was my bag that they went into, thankfully they didn't get anything but it gave me a major fright! Would still go back but would be even more vigilant!
#18
Anyone having trouble accessing the Disney website ?
#19
looks good, i just can't get on the web site :-(
#20
i put 2 lots of dates in including the op's and it came up at £669 not including upgrade cabin.
whats going on?
#21
I booked for October and January months ago then cancelled and rebooked to get the offer for January...well worth it....can't wait...I already had 40% off October so couldn't change that!!!lol
#22
k7thj
We took our older girl in January this year (she was 5) she loved it and we can't wait to go back and take the younger one with us this time.:whistling:

We stayed in the Hotel Cheyenne which is the cowboy themed hotel and can happily recommend it, decent rooms, easy to walk to the parks if the shuttle buses are busy and not too long for little legs. We also took up the half-board package and would do that again as it saved worrying about paying for dinners, and tbh the buffet style eating at the cheyenne meant that you didn't need a big lunch.

One thing for anyone going to Disney was to be very careful of your bags/belongings round the bus and train terminal at the entrance to both parks, we were there on my birthday and going back into the park in the evening my husband got bumped into, this turned out to be the distraction as it was my bag that they went into, thankfully they didn't get anything but it gave me a major fright! Would still go back but would be even more vigilant!


I ditto that...be careful!!!

Santa Fe or Cheyenne for me ..... they don't have swimming pools but are on site and a good rate... x
#23
This is an excellent offer as the cost of eating out at Eurodisney is ridiculous, we stayed at the Newport Bay hotel last yr and it was immaculate!
#24
DJC31
i put 2 lots of dates in including the op's and it came up at £669 not including upgrade cabin.
whats going on?


Try not to include weekend as its more expensive and the parks are busier.
#25
LotusJas
So, you reckon it's not worth going for the better hotels? (Just asking as I've never been there.)


If you can afford the posher hotels then go for it. Just that when we stopped in the Santa Fe, we had breakfast buffet then hit the parks, didn't get back to the room until 9 or 10pm, little one was flaked out, as were we so hardly spent any time there.

Have booked the Chyene this time for a change, only £32 more and is slightly closer to the parks on the Shuttle bus. The all meals included will save us a fortune with the Euro being so poor.

Last time we went to the Rainforest Cafe and had a burger each, couple of drinks and a kids meal and it came to something like £60. Will stick to the places on the voucher list and have the odd ice cream / cake etc. during the day.

Can't wait now
#26
I am lucky to have been a couple of times recently when they done there fantastic 40% deal. First time in Hotel New York and then in Sequoia (sorry about the spelling) Lodge . I wouldn't go back to the Lodge hotel, just level of decor and cleanliness but saying that out daughter was only two and a half so we were back in room by half seven/eight o'clock so room was perhaps a little bit more important. Disney deals have a mind of their own, we had a fantastic deal, logged off to grab a credit card and went back to find it had gone. All I say if you see adeal that looks good then book it there and then.
#27
I am having trouble paying via the website. Is anybody else having this problem. I don't want to ring up to make the booking because I am going via Quidco for 6.5% cashback (£36).
1 Like #28
Hi,
I have been to Disneyland Paris six times now and have stayed in Santa Fe, Cheyenne and for a one off special treat, the Disneyland Hotel.
Now although I loved being right over the park entrance and fulfilling a dream to stay there, I can honestly say that out of the three hotels, I would choose the cheaper hotels! I felt much more comfortable there.

The last three visits I have paid extra for half board and I would definitely recommend this option. You can either go to a restaurant with table service and you get a main, desert and a drink or you can opt for somewhere that does the buffet so you can have a bit of everything (and keep going back for more!)
The shuttle buses can be quite busy and there are a number of rude people that will push and shove as soon as the doors open to get on the bus so just be aware of this!

I am off to price a hol for me now as it is nearly 12 months since I last went and I am desperate for another visit ha! Have fun everyone!
#29
I am very tempted by this offer, but it will be my first time going abroad. I think I have got it all sorted, but I am little confused by the insurance part. Is it something I need? and is it best to buy from Disney as part of the package? or purchase elsewhere? Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
banned#30
Is the food any better than the Florida parks? It really is terrible there!
#31
Can anyone let me know.... If I book the Davey Crocket ranch, are the activities free ( swimming pool, basketball, bikes etc) Thanks
#32
Pretty sure the swimming pool at Davey is free, then again I went when I was 7..

I remember the beds at Cheyenne being very comfortable, think it had a double and bunk beds and the buffet breakfast was fine. About a 5-10 minute walk to the park. If it had a pool it would of been pretty perfect for the price!
#33
master_chief
Is the food any better than the Florida parks? It really is terrible there!

We went to Florida this year and found the food not very good at all, hamburgers, hot dogs and fries.
Have not been to Paris yet and not to sure I would go to Paris, I think I would rather save and do the bigger trip and suffer the fast food.
I have heard from friends that some of the places to stay are very poor so be very carefull.
And they also have a problem with people who want to take things from you so again be aware of this.
#34
Are there any of the hotels where you can get 5 in a room? Theres me, misses and 3 kids and don't really want to have to pay for 2 rooms..
#35
Just back from 3 nights and 4 days at the Hotel New York, Half board plus for £700, booked through quidco, so £46 back. Food excellent, recommend booking a table as massive rush 7-9pm. Great time. Good post.
#36
has any1 found a decent deal on travel, as its costing nearly £500 for 4 of us plus baby to book through their site to go by train
#37
I would book trains with eurostar direct, can get a good lump of dates at £59 return and kids up to four can go free without a seat, they are fins on laps and nine times out of ten you will end with a seat anyway. The food is not up to much, we paid for the half board plus and ended up eating in Hotel New York and the steak restaurant in Disney Village. Was aabout the best we could find. May just be me but always found the breakfast bad but that is the case through most of France. Disney is Disney so wherever you stay you make the best of it
#38
Shikkster
Are there any of the hotels where you can get 5 in a room? Theres me, misses and 3 kids and don't really want to have to pay for 2 rooms..


The Davy Crockett Range, Newport Bay Club and the expensive Disneyland Hotel.

I wanted to stay in Hotel Cheyenne because my 5 year old is cowboy crazy, but can only sleep 2 adults and 2 kids in one room :x
#39
there is 7 of us so think we can only stay at the davy crocket ranch :(
#40
This is a fab deal. Just check though as they are running another offer at the moment where you get a free night. I think it's 3 for 2 and 4 for 3. It's worth pricing it up both with the free meal option and also the free night option with the upgrade to half board. Each time I've tried a few dates and the better offer was different every time.
Also re the hotel, I agree with most of you. Your really not in the hotel that much. I would go for the Cheyenne or Santa fe. The other hotels are lovely, don't get me wrong. My fav was the Newport Bay. The only time i would stay in the higher graded hotel is if i had younger children, or was staying for more than 4/5 nights which might lead to being in the room a bit more. I think if you have a larger party you can get interconnecting rooms in the cheyenne and I belive in the santa fe. Might be worth looking into as the davey crocket is not as close to the parks and you would need a car to get in.

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