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2-Course Meal and Drink at Planet Hollywood * Disneyland Paris Resort *- £22 for Adults and £11 for Children @ Attractiontix
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2-Course Meal and Drink at Planet Hollywood * Disneyland Paris Resort *- £22 for Adults and £11 for Children @ Attractiontix

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Refreshed 16th Sep 2018 (Posted 22nd Aug 2018)Available: National

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Thought this might be useful if you are planning a trip to Disneyland Paris - dining out can be so expensive on days out but at least if you pre-book / buy then you can spread the cost a little.

You can book a 2-Course Meal at Planet Hollywood Disneyland Paris - £22 for Adults and £11 for Children

Make your reservation at this busy restaurant and get better value for money.



Included: A main meal, dessert and drink at Planet Hollywood.

Availability:
  • Planet Hollywood is open all year round from 11:30am – midnight.
  • Vouchers cannot be used on dates such as Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

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Try to sneak in a ultra concentrate squash easily fit in a pocket or handbag. Ask for a water and sneak a squit of squash on.. What we did
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One drink included... 2nd drink won't be cheap even if you opt for non alcoholic
Like everything at Disneyland Paris-expensive. Small soda or water are the drinks and ice cream or sorbet desserts-hardly exciting.
Edited by: "Rich069" 22nd Aug 2018
Try to sneak in a ultra concentrate squash easily fit in a pocket or handbag. Ask for a water and sneak a squit of squash on.. What we did
Went there last year, restaurant is very outdated and shabby, basic meal for 2+1 was just over €100, food was not great and service was poor. Heading back to DLP for Halloween and won’t be visiting this restaurant. Recommend paying more for themed restaurants inside the park or if money is the issue just go to McD’s.

heat for the price tho as it’s €40=50 lff
Edited by: "dbone79033" 22nd Aug 2018
Awesome find hear added
What a excellent deal
How old is a child up to?
According to all the menus I can find (which may or may not be up to date), a kids meal deal is actually on the menu (main course, dessert and drink) for €11 so this is actually slightly more expensive.

Also, most Disneyland ticket offers come with a 15% off voucher at the moment. A non-steak Main course + drink + dessert is approx. €28 which after the discount is ~£21.60

dlpguide.com/pla…od/

Use the !5% voucher instead of this. It'll be cheaper and more flexible. Brings the price down from Disney ripoff level to closer to a regular themed restaurant level.

You also get a 20% Earl of Sandwich voucher with those offers and I constantly hear people rave about that place.
Wirralbargains7722/08/2018 19:50

Try to sneak in a ultra concentrate squash easily fit in a pocket or …Try to sneak in a ultra concentrate squash easily fit in a pocket or handbag. Ask for a water and sneak a squit of squash on.. What we did


Or just drink water?!?
jpbbms8 m ago

Or just drink water?!?


Could do but I. Prefer something with a bit of flavour / taste
dbone7903319 h, 17 m ago

Went there last year, restaurant is very outdated and shabby, basic meal …Went there last year, restaurant is very outdated and shabby, basic meal for 2+1 was just over €100, food was not great and service was poor. Heading back to DLP for Halloween and won’t be visiting this restaurant. Recommend paying more for themed restaurants inside the park or if money is the issue just go to McD’s.heat for the price tho as it’s €40=50 lff


Planet Hollywood is awful, I'm surprised its still open. I'd recommend Vapiano's or Earl of Sandwich for cheap eats and Plaza Gardens in the Park if you're looking for a big meal
Not a great deal really. Limited to burger, pasta, or 1 type of pizza, with ice cream or sorbet, and 1 small drink.

May aswell spend a bit more for some of the really delicious food they serve, or go to McDonald's for a cheap burger
we're going Sunday can anyone recommend rainforest cafe?
Not voted - but this is a much better deal as it gives your credit in Euros to spend how you please:

365tickets.co.uk/pla…ris
Terrible deal as this limits you severely to what you can order, but never mind that, do not go here, we went in June and have been many times before but this was most deffo the last, each time it goes further down hill the decor is old and never refreshed half of it has fallen or sloped in place and looks a mess, the leather on the chairs are held together with duck tape the tables are squashed as close together as possible to fit more people in, we were literally sat next to a couple with our screaming kids and cm's between the tables I felt so sorry for them we kept apologising.

The food is terrible and the service is worse the management treat the staff bad and in turn they treat the customers with contempt, nothing you order will be fresh cooked its all reheated pre-prepared food.

They wont accept digital copies of the vouchers even though its just a code they insist you print it off, which is very difficult when in France and esp if you are at Disneyland

It acts like its the flagship of its brand but its by far the worst of its chain..

to sum up this restaurant take a look at its 1990's website..

planethollywoodintl.com/res…is/

compare it to Londons website, and you can see how much effort DLP planet hollywood puts in.

planethollywoodlondon.com/
Edited by: "MrSprkle" 23rd Aug 2018
clairecairns16 h, 1 m ago

we're going Sunday can anyone recommend rainforest cafe?


We enjoyed it. The children loved it. Food is pretty standard. We paid about €50 for 2A and 2C meals the kids meals come with drink and desert. Didn't order any alcoholic drinks
clairecairns16 h, 28 m ago

we're going Sunday can anyone recommend rainforest cafe?


Can't speak for the DLP restaurant but the theming in Rainforest cafes are usually great and children will love it (not the place to go if you want quiet conversation). Food is about what you expect in a themed family restaurant (stuff like TGI Fridays).
clairecairns23rd Aug

we're going Sunday can anyone recommend rainforest cafe?


We thought it was the best one there when we went at the beginning of summer. That said, I didn't find any of the restaurants to be particularly great, especially for the cost. This stood out because we got a great waiter who made for a great experience.
Went here last week, couldn’t eat the food, disgusting. Place looks tired. Couldn’t wait to leave. Won’t go back
clairecairns23rd Aug

we're going Sunday can anyone recommend rainforest cafe?


I've not been to Paris, but the rainforest cafes in Florida were great for families. We're heading to Paris soon and will go Rainforest instead of Planet Hollywood.
Said it before and I'll say it again, this is the worst restaurant I've ever had the misfortune of eating in. We go to Disney every year and would never ever go here again, once was enough.
We have been twice this year and I got to say if your having burger and chips which is what most people eat, I would just go to McDonald's. These places are so overpriced and over rated. Earl of sandwich and Annettes was not nice either.
Went to Disneyland Wednesday and Thursday. Decided to give Planet Hollywood the swerve based on the reports here.

Ate at a Tex Mex buffet one night and although it was pretty expensive (€34pp which includes one drink) and the range doesn't compare to American buffets like Golden Coral, I was surprised at how nice it was. extremely tender carved pork, some sort of chunky beef in gravy (which they for some reason called a stir fry), chilli, chicken fajitas, pesto raviolli, mixed veg dauphinose and a small selection of kid friendly fast food. Deserts were nice too.

I'd recommend it, especially if you don't want to eat up a couple of hours of your day in a restaurant.

Earl of Sandwich was also good, a Subway with much higher quality ingredients. Had a philly cheesesteak. Used a 20% voucher but rather sneakily they don't let you use a voucher with a meal deal (still works out far cheaper with the voucher)

There's a McDonalds there but it gets unbelievably busy and it has a notable markup (on top of France's already strangely high McDonald prices). Tried out a few unusual items when I was there: McGriddles for breakfast (light American style pancakes infused with syrup), Bagel burgers and McFlurries that use sorbet. Easily the cheapest food option at Disney.

From the plans they've submitted for the resort expansion, Disney Village is getting torn down in the next year or two in order to be replaced by something along the lines of Disney Springs, if you're looking at booking late into 2019 make sure you check to see what building work is being done. The food in the parks themselves is universally bad and overpriced (with the exception of the Ratatouille restaurant which is just expensive).
I went to this restaurant a few days ago and can say I wish I hadn’t bothered - rude staff and bland, tasteless food. The decor also looked like it was in need of a refurb..
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