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14 nights Orlando April inc Clairon Inn hotel, direct flights LGW, 20kg luggage & transfers £323pp (£1290 total) based on 2a/2c @ TUI
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14 nights Orlando April inc Clairon Inn hotel, direct flights LGW, 20kg luggage & transfers £323pp (£1290 total) based on 2a/2c @ TUI

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Posted 29th Jan

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April getaway to Orlando for 14 nights for 2 adults and 2 children (or other combinations) including return flights from London Gatwick - flying out 18th April. Includes 20kg luggage and 14 nights at 3* Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista with transfers. Works out at £323pp (total price £1290) for 2 adults and 2 children using code FLORIDA. If you just wanted 2 adults works out at £1042, or 2 adults and 1 child £1180 using the same code. Weather temp is 28 degrees. May suit those with pre school children. If you want to fly from Manchester it's coming out at £1351 for 2a/2c departing 17th April.

Edit: Also some availability departing from Birmingham - thanks @jrussd


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What's included

  • Direct Flights for 2 adults and 2 children - 18th April to 2nd May flying from Gatwick
  • 20kg luggage allowance per adult and 10kg hand luggage
  • In flight meals
  • 14 Nights Hotel accommodation, double room at Clarion Inn Lake Buena Vista
  • Free shuttle bus to parks
  • Includes overseas coach transfers


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jrw29/01/2020 13:15

Is it $15 for an Uber to Universal parks? Haven't been since 2004 where i …Is it $15 for an Uber to Universal parks? Haven't been since 2004 where i did a Villa fly drive, back then parking at the parks was free, it was $2 to £1 and it was $1 for a gallon of the crappest unleaded!If you don't have 2 kids can you still book at this price?



We started going to the parks from 2001 onwards, been 9 times altogether, and parking at the parks has NEVER been free during those years. I think back then it was around $12 to $15 per day, but I believe it's now $25-$30 per day, which is daylight robbery! You USED to be able to park at the Disney water parks for free and get a Disney shuttle to the main parks, but don't know if you can still do that.

The US has got VERY expensive in the last few years. Most stuff is cheaper here. The only things that spring to mind for being cheaper in the states (although it will depend on which state but Florida is one of the cheaper ones) is cigarettes (around $5) and petrol (around $3.20 per US gallon - smaller than our gallons). Fizzy drinks are about the same in the shops - 2 litre bottles), as are branded spirits and beer (may be a little cheaper) and as is fast food. Sometimes you'll get an offer of 2 Whoppers for $5 but offers aside, the burgers, pizzas, KFC is about the same price as here (maybe a little bit more than here). Buying food if you're staying in a villa is much more expensive than here;

Bread & 2 litres of milk between $3-$4 each, plus tax of course on everything! 6 apples between $4 and $5, as are oranges and pears.

Of course there are lots of things that are a bit cheaper or about the same as here, but by and large prices are essentially the same as here or, for quite a lot of stuff, a LOT more than here.

Car hire has got more expensive and you should always book well ahead - NEVER leave it until you arrive at the airport over there! They will spank you dry of your cash.

In a nutshell, things cost a lot more than they used to, you're unlikely to fill up suitcases with cheap stuff because little is cheap and, in our experience from numerous trips all over the states (wife works for airline so we get loads of free flights ), the people have got quite rude, intolerant and are after every last penny you've got left. All quite sad really as it used to be a fun and cheap place to go - not any more.
Outstanding value. Big standard hotel BUT has everything you need in clean and tidy, 2 pools and air con. As well as Disney and universal shuttles. My advice is use Uber as literally $5 to Disney springs from here and nowhere more than $15 away. Do it!
Just after school holiday. No good
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Outstanding value. Big standard hotel BUT has everything you need in clean and tidy, 2 pools and air con. As well as Disney and universal shuttles. My advice is use Uber as literally $5 to Disney springs from here and nowhere more than $15 away. Do it!
Cracking price, nice basic but clean Rosen owned hotel close to Disney Springs. One thing to note is you really need to drive if staying here as there isn't much around the hotel and it's a bit of a trek getting 2 busses to i-drive.
Great price, hopefully get some good prices for June
Just after school holiday. No good
ddlee129/01/2020 11:54

Outstanding value. Big standard hotel BUT has everything you need in clean …Outstanding value. Big standard hotel BUT has everything you need in clean and tidy, 2 pools and air con. As well as Disney and universal shuttles. My advice is use Uber as literally $5 to Disney springs from here and nowhere more than $15 away. Do it!


Is it $15 for an Uber to Universal parks? Haven't been since 2004 where i did a Villa fly drive, back then parking at the parks was free, it was $2 to £1 and it was $1 for a gallon of the crappest unleaded!

If you don't have 2 kids can you still book at this price?
jrw29/01/2020 13:15

Is it $15 for an Uber to Universal parks? Haven't been since 2004 where i …Is it $15 for an Uber to Universal parks? Haven't been since 2004 where i did a Villa fly drive, back then parking at the parks was free, it was $2 to £1 and it was $1 for a gallon of the crappest unleaded!If you don't have 2 kids can you still book at this price?




Yes, if just 2 adults price works out at £1042.20 for the 2 weeks hotel and flights with luggage. Use code FLORIDA. Date is from 22nd April. Also 18th April available for a similar price.

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Chanchi3229/01/2020 13:22

Yes, if just 2 adults price works out at £1042.20 for the 2 weeks hotel …Yes, if just 2 adults price works out at £1042.20 for the 2 weeks hotel and flights with luggage. Use code FLORIDA.


Excellent - missed the code
Great if I choose one kid price goes up? Hmmm why?
bastecio197529/01/2020 13:44

Great if I choose one kid price goes up? Hmmm why?




I'm getting a price of £1180.60 for 2 adults and 1 child, use code FLORIDA

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Ok cool will check didn't put in the code
jrw29/01/2020 13:15

Is it $15 for an Uber to Universal parks? Haven't been since 2004 where i …Is it $15 for an Uber to Universal parks? Haven't been since 2004 where i did a Villa fly drive, back then parking at the parks was free, it was $2 to £1 and it was $1 for a gallon of the crappest unleaded!If you don't have 2 kids can you still book at this price?


It is yes. Not had a car last few times as hassle, petrol and the parks charge upwards of $40 to park anyway. No idea on booking without kids tbh as not my deal I'm afraid
Does anyone know when these offer codes end?
jrw29/01/2020 14:04

Does anyone know when these offer codes end?




I cant see an end date but states it only works on departure dates 9th April 2020 – 30th April on Flroida holidays - min spend is £1200 (think was originally £1500)
ddlee129/01/2020 14:04

It is yes. Not had a car last few times as hassle, petrol and the parks …It is yes. Not had a car last few times as hassle, petrol and the parks charge upwards of $40 to park anyway. No idea on booking without kids tbh as not my deal I'm afraid



Chanchi3229/01/2020 14:12

I cant see an end date but states it only works on departure dates 9th …I cant see an end date but states it only works on departure dates 9th April 2020 – 30th April on Flroida holidays - min spend is £1200 (think was originally £1500)


Thanks both - looks like its a go'er then, will probably book later. Although the Disney and Universal park combo ticket for 2 is coming out at £1298 which is more than the entire holiday cost!
Anyone know if there are any decent cheap eateries within walking distance to the hotel for evening meals without costing the earth?
jrw29/01/2020 14:19

Thanks both - looks like its a go'er then, will probably book later. …Thanks both - looks like its a go'er then, will probably book later. Although the Disney and Universal park combo ticket for 2 is coming out at £1298 which is more than the entire holiday cost!Anyone know if there are any decent cheap eateries within walking distance to the hotel for evening meals without costing the earth?




Disney have a promo currently of 14 day ticket for £395 (possibly cheaper elsewhere) but link for reference attractiontickets.com/en/…ket
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 29th Jan
Rarely discounts on Disney or universal I'm afraid mate. Around a dozen + places to eat ranging from mcdonald's to olive garden, burgers, steaks etc all with 15mins walk. Or if tired after the parks another 3/4 dollar uber. Check out Google maps, left out of the hotel
Chanchi3229/01/2020 14:23

Disney have a promo currently of 14 day ticket for £395 (possibly cheaper …Disney have a promo currently of 14 day ticket for £395 (possibly cheaper elsewhere) but link for reference https://www.attractiontickets.com/en/orlando-attraction-tickets/walt-disney-world-resort/disneys-14-day-ultimate-ticket


I was on americanattractions.co.uk/ with MSE10 code at checkout.


£1334 for the same combo ticket from attractiontickets so slightly more
ddlee129/01/2020 14:24

Rarely discounts on Disney or universal I'm afraid mate. Around a dozen + …Rarely discounts on Disney or universal I'm afraid mate. Around a dozen + places to eat ranging from mcdonald's to olive garden, burgers, steaks etc all with 15mins walk. Or if tired after the parks another 3/4 dollar uber. Check out Google maps, left out of the hotel


Sound, cheers for that. As I say, over 15 years since I went and I was in a villa miles away but everywhere easily accessible by car which cost peanuts with no stupid parking charges.
Anyone wanna go with me?
jrw29/01/2020 14:19

Thanks both - looks like its a go'er then, will probably book later. …Thanks both - looks like its a go'er then, will probably book later. Although the Disney and Universal park combo ticket for 2 is coming out at £1298 which is more than the entire holiday cost!Anyone know if there are any decent cheap eateries within walking distance to the hotel for evening meals without costing the earth?


Hooters!
Ahh I need this sort of deal for school summer holidays! Here's hoping
Perfect time to go weather wise, no hurricane season and less humidity.

Might look at flights only!
Wow the Disney world ticket for 14 days cost same as the bloody flight and hotel
jrw29/01/2020 13:15

Is it $15 for an Uber to Universal parks? Haven't been since 2004 where i …Is it $15 for an Uber to Universal parks? Haven't been since 2004 where i did a Villa fly drive, back then parking at the parks was free, it was $2 to £1 and it was $1 for a gallon of the crappest unleaded!If you don't have 2 kids can you still book at this price?



We started going to the parks from 2001 onwards, been 9 times altogether, and parking at the parks has NEVER been free during those years. I think back then it was around $12 to $15 per day, but I believe it's now $25-$30 per day, which is daylight robbery! You USED to be able to park at the Disney water parks for free and get a Disney shuttle to the main parks, but don't know if you can still do that.

The US has got VERY expensive in the last few years. Most stuff is cheaper here. The only things that spring to mind for being cheaper in the states (although it will depend on which state but Florida is one of the cheaper ones) is cigarettes (around $5) and petrol (around $3.20 per US gallon - smaller than our gallons). Fizzy drinks are about the same in the shops - 2 litre bottles), as are branded spirits and beer (may be a little cheaper) and as is fast food. Sometimes you'll get an offer of 2 Whoppers for $5 but offers aside, the burgers, pizzas, KFC is about the same price as here (maybe a little bit more than here). Buying food if you're staying in a villa is much more expensive than here;

Bread & 2 litres of milk between $3-$4 each, plus tax of course on everything! 6 apples between $4 and $5, as are oranges and pears.

Of course there are lots of things that are a bit cheaper or about the same as here, but by and large prices are essentially the same as here or, for quite a lot of stuff, a LOT more than here.

Car hire has got more expensive and you should always book well ahead - NEVER leave it until you arrive at the airport over there! They will spank you dry of your cash.

In a nutshell, things cost a lot more than they used to, you're unlikely to fill up suitcases with cheap stuff because little is cheap and, in our experience from numerous trips all over the states (wife works for airline so we get loads of free flights ), the people have got quite rude, intolerant and are after every last penny you've got left. All quite sad really as it used to be a fun and cheap place to go - not any more.
Looked at November with one child and it's 1600 sad times
Phila429/01/2020 16:02

We started going to the parks from 2001 onwards, been 9 times altogether, …We started going to the parks from 2001 onwards, been 9 times altogether, and parking at the parks has NEVER been free during those years. I think back then it was around $12 to $15 per day, but I believe it's now $25-$30 per day, which is daylight robbery! You USED to be able to park at the Disney water parks for free and get a Disney shuttle to the main parks, but don't know if you can still do that.The US has got VERY expensive in the last few years. Most stuff is cheaper here. The only things that spring to mind for being cheaper in the states (although it will depend on which state but Florida is one of the cheaper ones) is cigarettes (around $5) and petrol (around $3.20 per US gallon - smaller than our gallons). Fizzy drinks are about the same in the shops - 2 litre bottles), as are branded spirits and beer (may be a little cheaper) and as is fast food. Sometimes you'll get an offer of 2 Whoppers for $5 but offers aside, the burgers, pizzas, KFC is about the same price as here (maybe a little bit more than here). Buying food if you're staying in a villa is much more expensive than here;Bread & 2 litres of milk between $3-$4 each, plus tax of course on everything! 6 apples between $4 and $5, as are oranges and pears.Of course there are lots of things that are a bit cheaper or about the same as here, but by and large prices are essentially the same as here or, for quite a lot of stuff, a LOT more than here.Car hire has got more expensive and you should always book well ahead - NEVER leave it until you arrive at the airport over there! They will spank you dry of your cash.In a nutshell, things cost a lot more than they used to, you're unlikely to fill up suitcases with cheap stuff because little is cheap and, in our experience from numerous trips all over the states (wife works for airline so we get loads of free flights ), the people have got quite rude, intolerant and are after every last penny you've got left. All quite sad really as it used to be a fun and cheap place to go - not any more.


I can guarantee you when I went in 2004 parking was free at all Disney and Universal parks. We went on a serious budget and all of us being under 25 meant a surcharge on the car hire insurance on top of everything else (think it was $21 a day for each driver under 25). We had a villa miles away from the parks (Hampton or Hamilton lakes?) So had to car it everywhere including the parks.

I imagine its increased horrendously in the last 15 years.

I'm just working out figures and 2 weeks all inc in mexico is coming out probably cheaper after factoring in park tickets, food and drink without the little extras like.the shopping malls etc.
Phila429/01/2020 16:02

You USED to be able to park at the Disney water parks for free and get a …You USED to be able to park at the Disney water parks for free and get a Disney shuttle to the main parks, but don't know if you can still do that.


This was still the case when I was there last summer. You can also park at Disney Springs (shopping/restaurant area) and get a free bus.
Great deal also £537 per person based on 2 adults from Birmingham.
LyesLyes1829/01/2020 13:07

Just after school holiday. No good


What about home schooled children
Decent hotel, stayed here in June. 100% factor in the cost of car rental or Ubers though, don't plan on using the shuttles
jrw29/01/2020 16:45

I can guarantee you when I went in 2004 parking was free at all Disney and …I can guarantee you when I went in 2004 parking was free at all Disney and Universal parks. We went on a serious budget and all of us being under 25 meant a surcharge on the car hire insurance on top of everything else (think it was $21 a day for each driver under 25). We had a villa miles away from the parks (Hampton or Hamilton lakes?) So had to car it everywhere including the parks. I imagine its increased horrendously in the last 15 years. I'm just working out figures and 2 weeks all inc in mexico is coming out probably cheaper after factoring in park tickets, food and drink without the little extras like.the shopping malls etc.


Odd i took my ex and her unappreciative offspring to disney in dec 2003 and it was $10 a day to park at all the disney parks
Wow. Incredible price
Pretty standard price for off peak from a London airport.
riskyb29/01/2020 17:23

This was still the case when I was there last summer. You can also park at …This was still the case when I was there last summer. You can also park at Disney Springs (shopping/restaurant area) and get a free bus.


But I don't think the buses go from the water parks to the other parks, you need to go back to a hotel and take a different bus to the park you want....think that was the case when we went a couple of years ago as we wanted to go to Hollywood studios for the evening after water park closed - it was still handy but a little inconvenient.
Phila429/01/2020 16:02

We started going to the parks from 2001 onwards, been 9 times altogether, …We started going to the parks from 2001 onwards, been 9 times altogether, and parking at the parks has NEVER been free during those years. I think back then it was around $12 to $15 per day, but I believe it's now $25-$30 per day, which is daylight robbery! You USED to be able to park at the Disney water parks for free and get a Disney shuttle to the main parks, but don't know if you can still do that.The US has got VERY expensive in the last few years. Most stuff is cheaper here. The only things that spring to mind for being cheaper in the states (although it will depend on which state but Florida is one of the cheaper ones) is cigarettes (around $5) and petrol (around $3.20 per US gallon - smaller than our gallons). Fizzy drinks are about the same in the shops - 2 litre bottles), as are branded spirits and beer (may be a little cheaper) and as is fast food. Sometimes you'll get an offer of 2 Whoppers for $5 but offers aside, the burgers, pizzas, KFC is about the same price as here (maybe a little bit more than here). Buying food if you're staying in a villa is much more expensive than here;Bread & 2 litres of milk between $3-$4 each, plus tax of course on everything! 6 apples between $4 and $5, as are oranges and pears.Of course there are lots of things that are a bit cheaper or about the same as here, but by and large prices are essentially the same as here or, for quite a lot of stuff, a LOT more than here.Car hire has got more expensive and you should always book well ahead - NEVER leave it until you arrive at the airport over there! They will spank you dry of your cash.In a nutshell, things cost a lot more than they used to, you're unlikely to fill up suitcases with cheap stuff because little is cheap and, in our experience from numerous trips all over the states (wife works for airline so we get loads of free flights ), the people have got quite rude, intolerant and are after every last penny you've got left. All quite sad really as it used to be a fun and cheap place to go - not any more.


Outlet malls still have way cheaper stuff than in the UK so we still came back with loads of stuff. iPhones and the like still a good saving.

However eating out by the time you add the mandatory 18-20% tip is little difference, though I would say better value in many instances.

Much of what you are complaining about is exchange rate driven. - exchange rate was already not great but Brexit has knocked another 15% off - it isn't that the US has got hugely more expensive
TheOak29/01/2020 19:13

What, all ten of them?


And what If there was only 10?
Anyway enough of you.

Heat added
bee15_1629/01/2020 20:31

And what If there was only 10? Anyway enough of you.Heat added


Why does someone with children at school care about home schooled children? Why did you even need to ask about home schooled children when the answer is obvious?
phatbear29/01/2020 19:39

Odd i took my ex and her unappreciative offspring to disney in dec 2003 …Odd i took my ex and her unappreciative offspring to disney in dec 2003 and it was $10 a day to park at all the disney parks


Strange. I went october 2004. Unless I missed all the parking charging signs!!
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