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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Found 6th Apr
Heading to Disneyland Paris? Plan ahead! Eating in the resort can be really expensive, so this seemed like a decent offer.

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

Secure your reservation at this busy restaurant and get better value for money when you book your place in advance!

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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does this include flights?
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Great value

I eat here last time I visited and the kids loved it.

The kids meals are usually 14.95 Euro with main course, dessert, drink in a take away planet hollywood themed straw cup and a surprise which was a kitkat bar.
Thanks for posting OP - seems a great deal, heat added. Has anyone used the Attractiontix website before that could recommend - I've not heard of it?
Edited by: "manic91" 6th Apr
manic912 m ago

Thanks for posting OP - seems a great deal, heat added. Has anyone used …Thanks for posting OP - seems a great deal, heat added. Has anyone used the Attractiontix website before that could recommend - I've not heard of it?


Yes, I've used them for Disney tickets. They're a big company and the service was spot on for me.
stevesipmax1 m ago

Yes, I've used them for Disney tickets. They're a big company and the …Yes, I've used them for Disney tickets. They're a big company and the service was spot on for me.


Thanks - I'm always nervous to use a website I've not heard of, so really appreciate your help
manic915 m ago

Thanks for posting OP - seems a great deal, heat added. Has anyone used …Thanks for posting OP - seems a great deal, heat added. Has anyone used the Attractiontix website before that could recommend - I've not heard of it?


I've used it when I went to Disneyland and was perfect was worried as we bought our actual tickets from them but everything was perfect would recommend and planet Hollywood is nice ate there when I stayed.
Hunter_058 m ago

I've used it when I went to Disneyland and was perfect was worried as we …I've used it when I went to Disneyland and was perfect was worried as we bought our actual tickets from them but everything was perfect would recommend and planet Hollywood is nice ate there when I stayed.


Thanks - that's all really helpful We've been to DLP before, but never eaten at Planet Hollywood, so that's great to know
Main course for Kids is €12.50 usually so is it really a massive saving for kids? I think not. Adults however, it could be depending on what you buy.
merb078610 m ago

Main course for Kids is €12.50 usually so is it really a massive saving f …Main course for Kids is €12.50 usually so is it really a massive saving for kids? I think not. Adults however, it could be depending on what you buy.


Definitely a good saving it’s for two courses and drinks

The kids meals were 14.95 Euro in Oct
Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 6th Apr
I’m going may so might book this
does this include flights?
kaiser05112 m ago

does this include flights?


Yh think so
I'm going in 2 weeks so thought this could be great. not really though....



Menu looks to be main and desert. and comparing prices off the DLP Menu (http://www.dlpguide.com/planning/dining/restaurant-menus/planet-hollywood/) it's not that cheap.

Mail meal avg 16.50eur
desert choice of 2 both 6.5£eur
soda or water. soda is worth more (4.15EUR)

Total of 27.25 (EUR) which convers to 23.7880 GBP)

So for a quid. not really worth it as you have to plan your visit round going there


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They do have gluten free options, but screw the vegetarian options... Parmesan cheese not vegetarian and I have my doubts about some the other cheese on their veggie options.

Read the reviews, rather mixed on this place.... Never occurred me to go in and I've been for 7 visits to Disney Paris.
Mum2ConnornCerys1 h, 4 m ago

They do have gluten free options, but screw the vegetarian options... …They do have gluten free options, but screw the vegetarian options... Parmesan cheese not vegetarian and I have my doubts about some the other cheese on their veggie options. Read the reviews, rather mixed on this place.... Never occurred me to go in and I've been for 7 visits to Disney Paris.


Thanks for posting this! I've learnt my thing for the day - not all cheese is vegetarian! Didn't even know using the enzymes from animals was a thing...
Was looking to book this as we go in August but it's not all that great a deal, you can only have soft drink or water and the dessert is only ice cream or sorbet. It's a cut down mains menu too, even for kids. For us (2 adults 2 kids) £66 seems expensive for what you actually get. I'd rather have the choice of foods and pay slightly more, so I've not gone for it. I'm a Disney addict too, this is our 4th visit in 2 years and never tried here or anywhere in the village yet.
TheOvenglove19 h, 11 m ago

I'm going in 2 weeks so thought this could be great. not really …I'm going in 2 weeks so thought this could be great. not really though....Menu looks to be main and desert. and comparing prices off the DLP Menu (http://www.dlpguide.com/planning/dining/restaurant-menus/planet-hollywood/) it's not that cheap.Mail meal avg 16.50eurdesert choice of 2 both 6.5£eursoda or water. soda is worth more (4.15EUR)Total of 27.25 (EUR) which convers to 23.7880 GBP)So for a quid. not really worth it as you have to plan your visit round going there [Image]


Agreed
The problem is that it is so close to Annette's Diner I'd go there any day of the week. Earl of Sandwich is good for a snack as well.

To be fair Planet Hollywood at the DIsney Village isn't that bad. Way, way better than the hovel they have in London now.
Mum2ConnornCerys6th Apr

They do have gluten free options, but screw the vegetarian options... …They do have gluten free options, but screw the vegetarian options... Parmesan cheese not vegetarian and I have my doubts about some the other cheese on their veggie options. Read the reviews, rather mixed on this place.... Never occurred me to go in and I've been for 7 visits to Disney Paris.



Cheap hard cheeses in supermarkets are veggie, just like parmesan, smelly and strong. The french do have a different view on what is veggie, like fish
Very overpriced and average quality food.
Keep a lookout for the offers at other restaurants on site, which are less cramped and some even do free kids meals at certain times if you book.
is this webiste safe? I've never heard of it before x
manic916th Apr

Thanks for posting OP - seems a great deal, heat added. Has anyone used …Thanks for posting OP - seems a great deal, heat added. Has anyone used the Attractiontix website before that could recommend - I've not heard of it?


They are legit. Nothing to worry about.
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