4D3N at Disneyland Santa Fe Hotel Paris + Half Board Meals + €100 shopping money + Park Tickets - £215pp
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4D3N at Disneyland Santa Fe Hotel Paris + Half Board Meals + €100 shopping money + Park Tickets - £215pp

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Edited by:"eyl"Found 7th Nov
Just booked a Disneyland Paris holiday for me and my girlfriend on 28th - 31st Jan. Considering a 4 day park ticket alone is £350 for 2 people, this looks like a good deal to me. You get 4D3N at Disneyland hotel + half board meals + 4 day unlimited parks tickets + bonus €100 shopping money. You can also stay at newly refurbished Chayenne hotel for £470 and works on many date ranges around End of Jan - Feb.

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Isn’t that 2 nights

29th , 30th , 31st 3 nights

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cd19864 m ago

Isn’t that 2 nights


Sorry. Supposedly 28-31 not 29-31. Edited, thanks.

Any good Eurostar offers?

i went in January a couple of years ago, -9 the weather and hated it as it was so cold, hope it is better for you but vowed i would always pay the extra to enjoy myself. good price though

I can't find the deal. Can you please send the direct link as it takes me to the main page. Tempted to take my daughter. Thanks

I am sooooo tempted to take my daughter for her birthday (30.01.18)

Brilliant deal, heat added.
I've looked at different days/dates and it seems to get the €100 credit you need to book at least 3 nights / 4 days.
If you go for 2 nights / 3 days the holiday will be a bit cheaper but no €100 credit. If you are planning on spending the €100 anyway (most people will probably spend a lot more in the park) then it actually works out cheaper for the 3 nights/ 4 days compared to dropping a day.

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mumtozm14 h, 9 m ago

Any good Eurostar offers?



We are flying from Bristol to Paris CDG 27th jan returning 31st for only £60 return with Easyjet. Flight from London is £40 return with Vuelling. So you might consider flying if Eurostar is pricey.
jen2419 h, 15 m ago

I can't find the deal. Can you please send the direct link as it takes me …I can't find the deal. Can you please send the direct link as it takes me to the main page. Tempted to take my daughter. Thanks


As mentioned by @shakerstevens (thanks!) it only works for a 4D3N deals to get the free €100 giftcard. So try and look for that around dates between 25th jan up to 10th Feb.

I think you get the 100 Euro credit, by staying nights between Sunday and Thursday, and it is also available for two nights/ three day stays. You can also get included a free p&o ferry crossing from Dover, available from 7th January until March. Great find op, though you’ve just cost me over 500 pounds!
Edited by: "marky.mark" 8th Nov

mumtozm14 h, 55 m ago

Any good Eurostar offers?


Hi someone posted yesterday about Eurostar to Paris from £28 each way from Niov-Mar. I booked for me and my son for the feb half term. It looks like I'll be booking this offer too,lol!

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marky.mark42 m ago

I think you get the 100 Euro credit, by staying Sunday to Thursday, and it …I think you get the 100 Euro credit, by staying Sunday to Thursday, and it is available for two nights/ three days. You can also get a free p&o ferry crossing from the 7th jan!


Didn’t realise the free p&o ferry crossing! Great find thank you!

This isn't available for my dates but on the french site under 12's go free and 40% off a room. So I can get the sequoia Lodge for 431.00. Not the best deal, but the cheapest I can get as it's coming up cheaper than Santa Fe. Sante Fe is a great hotel by the way, we loved it this year

shakerstevens2 h, 53 m ago

Brilliant deal, heat added.I've looked at different days/dates and it …Brilliant deal, heat added.I've looked at different days/dates and it seems to get the €100 credit you need to book at least 3 nights / 4 days.If you go for 2 nights / 3 days the holiday will be a bit cheaper but no €100 credit. If you are planning on spending the €100 anyway (most people will probably spend a lot more in the park) then it actually works out cheaper for the 3 nights/ 4 days compared to dropping a day.


From the offer page:

Plus, when you visit between 7th January and the 8th February 2018, arriving between Sunday to Thursday, you will also benefit from €100 Spending Money (worth approx. £88) per room booked, which can be spent in Shops and Restaurants!**
Edited by: "marky.mark" 8th Nov

Thinking of booking this for me and my son for January (his birthday). What sort of times should we be arriving on the first day and what time leaving on the last day? Do you get Disney tickets for them days as well and can we leave our bag somewhere so we can enjoy the park? It will be Eurostar for us, do we get off in Paris and then get another train to the park?

Sorry for all the questions.

thedavebaxter1 h, 11 m ago

Thinking of booking this for me and my son for January (his birthday). …Thinking of booking this for me and my son for January (his birthday). What sort of times should we be arriving on the first day and what time leaving on the last day? Do you get Disney tickets for them days as well and can we leave our bag somewhere so we can enjoy the park? It will be Eurostar for us, do we get off in Paris and then get another train to the park? Sorry for all the questions.


If you book two nights, you get three days of park tickets. One night is two days of park tickets etc. So its upto you when you arrive and leave. You can get a direct eurostar from London to Disney, as low as £75 return each. You can leave luggage at either park. In the past I have booked a cheap hotel either end of the stay, with one night at disney, for two full days and no travel hassle maximising time. January is cold and probably wet, we didn't enjoy it.

Doesn't seem like 28th - 31st Jan is available anymore?

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jasonlui4 h, 12 m ago

Doesn't seem like 28th - 31st Jan is available anymore?


I just checked on another website disneyholidays.co.uk/dis…is/ it’s still there + you get free return ferry tickets for the self drive option as well on top of everything else.

I've managed to get it to £685 including travel to Paris, for 1 adult and 3 children in January. So it would mean getting the metro to the Park. Would anyone know what metro prices are like in Paris? I've only ever been direct to the park before. Thank you.

Some cracking deals there.

Tried out a half-term holiday break from 13th-16th Feb for 2 adults 1 child, and came with everything above (minus the spending money I think) for just £702.06.

That's comparable to the cost of a midweek half term centre parcs holiday.

thedavebaxter12 h, 46 m ago

Thinking of booking this for me and my son for January (his birthday). …Thinking of booking this for me and my son for January (his birthday). What sort of times should we be arriving on the first day and what time leaving on the last day? Do you get Disney tickets for them days as well and can we leave our bag somewhere so we can enjoy the park? It will be Eurostar for us, do we get off in Paris and then get another train to the park? Sorry for all the questions.


Try and arrive as early as possible and leave as late as possible as you will get tickets for the full days. So if booking 3 nights, you will get 4 days tickets. Flights/Eurostar are more expensive at these times of day but its worth it.
When I went on the Euro star last year you can pay an extra £20 or so for Disney to take the bags off you (the train station goes right into the park entrance and there is a dedicated Disney desk upstairs). They take the bags off you and they are available later in the day at the hotel check in/luggage area at the time you are allowed to check in from (which might have been 3pm I can't remember - by that time I had already in the park for a few hours!)

mumtozm8 h, 33 m ago

I've managed to get it to £685 including travel to Paris, for 1 adult and …I've managed to get it to £685 including travel to Paris, for 1 adult and 3 children in January. So it would mean getting the metro to the Park. Would anyone know what metro prices are like in Paris? I've only ever been direct to the park before. Thank you.


Hi, I will be doing this and have done it last December. I was lucky-in Paris if the air quality is bad they lay on free transport on the Metro to encourage people out of their cars, so we didn't have to pay anything and travelled all over Paris for nowt .

Below if the link works is a great resource for going from Eurostar to Paris,. It's old, but made the journey easy, so add a few Euro on to the prices.

travellingwithnikki.com/201…er/
Edited by: "traveler" 9th Nov

traveler3 h, 41 m ago

Hi, I will be doing this and have done it last December. I was lucky-in …Hi, I will be doing this and have done it last December. I was lucky-in Paris if the air quality is bad they lay on free transport on the Metro to encourage people out of their cars, so we didn't have to pay anything and travelled all over Paris for nowt .Below if the link works is a great resource for going from Eurostar to Paris,. It's old, but made the journey easy, so add a few Euro on to the prices. http://www.travellingwithnikki.com/2014/01/gare-du-nord-to-disneyland-paris-by-rer/

Thank you. It's much appreciated.

I have done Disney Paris a couple of times and have drove both times, from Kent(where we live) to the park is no difference in distance than me taking the family to Alton Towers, and it was only like 3/4 main roads from Calais to the park, so something to consider if you don't mind a drive

I have found a date near to my daughters birthday for 2 adult 2 kids staying 3 days 2 nights in early February for £614 thats in the in Sequioa lodge and included 25% off and the 100 euro offer aswell.

Just gotta see how the dates work out around school now

This mate

Thanks very much OP. Been stewing this over for a while and finally booked tonight (deal finishes today). 20% off and free half board plan... very happy. Fingers crossed on the queues and weather!

Are there any similar deals available??
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