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Disneyland Paris From £150.00 per Adult for a 2 night/3 day stay PLUS All Kids UNDER 12 yes 12 go FREE!

£150.00 @ Disneyland Paris
PLEASE NOTE: Normal Disney deals allow children aged 7 and under to go free. This deal allows children 12 and under to go free. Massive deal! ;) Your holiday package includes: - Accommodation i…
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PLEASE NOTE: Normal Disney deals allow children aged 7 and under to go free. This deal allows children 12 and under to go free. Massive deal! ;)

Your holiday package includes:
- Accommodation in a Disney hotel
- Tickets for the 2 Disney® Parks
- Breakfast


PLUS

All Kids Go Free**



For any adult package booked, children under 12 are offered the same package for free

Just book by 15th February 2010

for arrivals from 3rd January until 1st April 2010.

* Terms & conditions


From £150 per adult

Price based on 2 adults sharing, for a 2 night/3 day stay in Disney's Hotel Santa Fe Hotel on the selected arrival dates from 3rd January until 1st April 2010.

Offer valid for new reservations only & only valid on packages of 3 days / 2 nights or more.
Prices are available for longer durations.

Not valid on packages with family rooms at Disney's Newport Bay Club, Empire State Club rooms, Castle Club rooms and Suites.

Offer only combinable with All Kids Go free offer and not combinable with any other offer or discount**

Transportation, other options or insurance are not included but can be added to your reservation.

Subject to availability and Disneyland Paris standard terms & conditions apply

**For each adult package booked, all children (under 12 on the selected arrival date) are offered the same package, up to max occupancy of hotel room (up to 4 people per room, 6 people at Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch) Proof of age required at check-in. At least one adult per room booked.
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[mod]#1
Might be a good idea to say where[B]/who this is for in the thread title[/B]
#2
andywedge
Might be a good idea to say where[B]/who this is for in the thread title[/B]


oops! It must be time for bed - fixed now - cheers:thumbsup:
#3
Tragically, my child is 12 a couple of days before the Feb holiday (which is also valentines day). The whole cost for 3 nights for the 3 of us is £1500 *gulp*.
Voted hot - just because it's no use to me doesn't mean it isn't very very hot deal.
#4
thank you soooo much.have just booked 2nights3days stay for 2 adults 3 children for £300 what a bargain my children are gonna be soooo happy when i tell them in the morning :)
#5
kerrie77
thank you soooo much.have just booked 2nights3days stay for 2 adults 3 children for £300 what a bargain my children are gonna be soooo happy when i tell them in the morning :)


Fantastic - Hope you all have an amazing time:thumbsup:
#6
Dont forget Transportation not included!!
#7
hot deal and so worth while for the adults as well as the kids!
We're already booked to go in March else i would have jumped on this one!
#8
This is a cracking deal. A mate of mine is looking to go with his mrs and 2 kids, but the price was around £600. So for £300 for the 4 of them is fantastic. Heated and repped.
#9
just tried this, but it comes out expensive putting in 2 adults and 2 kids (8 & 4 years old) for 2 nights.

sorry am i doing something wrong?
#10
:thumbsup:
#11
Be warned, that part of France can be cold at that time of year. I usually go to Paris around Feb-Easter for a city break and it can get really cold and wet sometimes.

I went to Disneyland Paris in Feb a few years ago actually and it ended up hailstoning all day. Most of the rides were still operating though.
#12
can anyone get cheaper than £484 for march 26th?

ahh its ok its £484 for 3 nights / £300 for 2
#13
Yes, it'll be cold and wet - but we went in the summer and the kids couldn't handle the 30c heat, and they only sell milk, water or coke at Disneyland. My young uns prefer fruit juices so we really struggled!
#14
[QUOTE=hawick]can anyone get cheaper than £484 for march 26th?


£368 - you need to use santa fe hotel, try link below


https://book.disneylandparis.com/HotelResultsState.aspx
#15
Best price I can get for feb half term is £477. Cold an dwet at this time of year though.
#16
ianshona;7368254
[QUOTE=hawick]can anyone get cheaper than £484 for march 26th?


£368 - you need to use santa fe hotel, try link below


https://book.disneylandparis.com/HotelResultsState.aspx


links not working for me
#17
Dude1971
Yes, it'll be cold and wet - but we went in the summer and the kids couldn't handle the 30c heat, and they only sell milk, water or coke at Disneyland. My young uns prefer fruit juices so we really struggled!


We have the same issue with 2 of our kids not liking fizzy pop but have found that there's an easy fix to this, just take a small bottle of undiluted squash or cordial with you and decant it into a small bottle to take into parks etc. and ask drinks outlets to give you some cold water (it's free) and pour in your pop.

Before we got the bug for going to Disneyworld, we went to Disneyland Paris several times in late January and early February and have to say that it can be incredibly cold. The parks were very quiet though. DP is very, very expensive for eating. However, if it's B & B, make sure you take a nice bag to breakfast with you to squirrel away some cheese and ham sandwiches to eat later :whistling:

The Santa Fe is quite a good place to stay.

Anyone going to any Disney park should check out The Dibb website for tips, help and advice.
#18
kerrie77
thank you soooo much.have just booked 2nights3days stay for 2 adults 3 children for £300 what a bargain my children are gonna be soooo happy when i tell them in the morning :)


hi there i would like to ask what dates you have picked to recieve at this price as i just entered a few and it was coming up 1,509 and my kids are under 12.
many thanks. D
#19
Desp;7368366
[QUOTE=ianshona]

links not working for me


was working must only hold quote for a few mins - sorry:oops:
#20
kerrie77
thank you soooo much.have just booked 2nights3days stay for 2 adults 3 children for £300 what a bargain my children are gonna be soooo happy when i tell them in the morning :)


where are you staying. Tried booking but will not allow 3 children
#21
Took the family for a 2 night 3 day trip last January, read up on it before and was told it would be cold so took long johns for all, salopettes (?) and gloves, hats etc. Yeah it was cold but the parks were empty ! We did every ride we could (Think the hanuted manor was shut and a couple of the older rides were too old for my kids) but apart from that it was fantastic.

Also no real waiting in restaurants. Ive been before in June and it was quietish then but this was awesome, you could come off the buzz light year ride and walk straight back on. The ONLY ride that had any sort of queue in the whole 3 days was big thunder mountain on the last day as there were a couple of school parties there.

Id love to go but Im not a big fan on driving and Eurostars limited service and rising prices are putting me off.

For those that book, you'll have a great break.

Also looki into booking half board, the exchange rate works out vastly in your favour that way plus you know what your spending.
#22
Excellent - will be booking the family on this cracking deal. I can get the davy crockett ranch for me and my husband and my 4 children for £300. Euro tunnel with clubcard vouchers and hey presto one happy family
#23
if you go in the week its coming up at £270 for two adults and one child!

https://book.disneylandparis.com/HotelResultsState.aspx
#24
Wildchild28
Excellent - will be booking the family on this cracking deal. I can get the davy crockett ranch for me and my husband and my 4 children for £300. Euro tunnel with clubcard vouchers and hey presto one happy family


mine is coming up at £413 with 2 adults and 3 children ?!?!?

Be careful tho you need your own transportation from this ranch - anyone know how much this costs - is there a shuttle ??
#25
Great find.
#26
for 2 adults and 2 kids how much for flights from manchester? never taken them away on a plane before.
#27
comes up with page error for me :(
#28
robs
mine is coming up at £413 with 2 adults and 3 children ?!?!?

Be careful tho you need your own transportation from this ranch - anyone know how much this costs - is there a shuttle ??


Getting from your hotel to the Disney Parks is easy. Take the free Disneyland Resort Paris shuttle service to anywhere your heart desires.
·* The shuttles leave every 12 minutes, so you'll never wait long.
·* They run 7 days a week between 6.30 am and 11.00 pm.
·* You can jump off at any Disneyland Resort Paris hotel or opposite the SNCF station at the entrance to Disney*Village.
Please note: The shuttles do not go to Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch or Golf Disneyland.

EDIT: it is a free shuttle service from the hotel!
#30
superskilly
for 2 adults and 2 kids how much for flights from manchester? never taken them away on a plane before.


Usually it's the Air France flight to CDG when I go (although I definitely prefer the Eurostar as Air France are crap) and it's around £100-150 each from Manchester.

My advice would be to get some cheap advance rail tickets to London and take the Eurostar from St Pancras if you can. There will be no luggage allowance problems and it is a far better and more comfortable service.
banned#31
i just got back from the santa fe resort a week before xmas, highly recommend the hotel, great staff very helpful. Unfortunately for us we got caught out with the bad weather and there was nowehere in the resort you could get warm boots etc. Fortunately i drove down and was able to ask the info centre in disneyland where i was able to get warm clothes etc, was guided to a shopping centre in a loacal town 10 mins away which had a tesco style supermarket and for £100 we were able to all get warm boots thermal woolies etc etc.

first day we were advised to take the shuttle bus to the park which runs every 12 mins, fine going there, on return the ques was huge, well there was no queue, just people shoving and psuhing to get on with no regard for kids. second bus arrived 30 mins later due to weather
and i forced my way on with a 3&4 yr old and the journey bacl to the hotel was taking forever due to snow etc, kids crying on bus etc etc. Anyway for the next 3 days i just drove to the resort, less than 5 mins drive, only drawback is you gotta walk about 10 mins to the park which as the travel escalators were frozen out.

Aside all this it was a great experience in we intend to revisit in the summer!

One thing i note abut this offer is that there is no free food, we had food included in our deal, you got vouchers to the value of 90 euros per day for 2 adults & 2 children which you could spend in any of 15 restaurants within the disney parcs. It was well worth it as some of the places were doing buffets, so u just stuffed yourself. I paid £455 for 3 nights & 4 day tickets including the food, so this givesyou an idea of other offers that may appear. I recommend getting the food voucher deal as the cost of food is ridiculously expensive in the resort, a bottleof mineral water costs about 2.60 euros. thankfully we had filled the boot up with snacks & drinks from a local supermarket before leaving, we would have spent about £200 in disney on snacks alone if we hadnt spent £20 buying snacks that we took with us, like crisps & fruit juices etc. If you drive taek the ferry down, travel at night from here, so you get the 11pm ferry, sleep over at calais for £30 in an F1 hotel & after a good nights kip, carry on with the journey the following day3 hours and you are there. total return trip i clocked 1100 miles, total fuel cost & toll roads less than £200. plus we had an etra 2 nights in paris afterwards, which was 40 min drive, car gives plenty of freedom.
#32
6% Quidco too!
#33
They were offering free meals before Christmas. we have booked 2 nights/3 days staying in Newport Bay during Feb half term week for £600 (2 adults and 2 children aged 12 and 9) and all meals included.

Feb half term is usually pretty good, we've been 4 tiomes in last 6 years and only one day was it very wet. The queues are minimal (for Disney) and the FAST PASS worked great. After 6pm the park was almost empty we just had repeat ride after repeat ride until the park closed and no queues.
#34
i was just looking for a deal at DP!! This is a God Sent! thanks :thumbsup:
#35
Well yes, Calais is a port in Northern France and if you have ever looked at a map of the country then you will see that Paris is almost right in the centre of it. ;-)

Disneyland is actually quite a distance from the City and the airport though, it takes around an hour and a half to travel to DLP by train from Gare de Nord.
#36
Good deal but Eurostar is too expensive for me.
banned#37
Yes 3 hours from Calais to dlp. Ferry cost me £58 return for the car including all persons. Toll road costs 20 euros each way although sat nav asks if u want to avoid toll but I guess it would take longer to get there. Fuel is about 10p a litre cheaper now so u get a few more miles.
banned#38
You do not drive into Paris to get to dlp the motorway takes you around it, much quicker. I used tom tom no probs
#39
Spark
Well yes, Calais is a port in Northern France and if you have ever looked at a map of the country then you will see that Paris is almost right in the centre of it. ;-)

Disneyland is actually quite a distance from the City and the airport though, it takes around an hour and a half to travel to DLP by train from Gare de Nord.


Its only about 15 mins fro CDG Airport by train

http://www.raileurope.co.uk/Default.aspx?tabid=948

Did you have a london cabbie!:whistling: driving the train
#40
Just so you know you will save approximately £100 if you book Eurostar tickets direct rather than through the Disney Website. It cost me £238 for 2 Adults and 2 Children (under 4's free), for the exact same as what the Disney website offers

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