5 nights at Explorers at Disneyland Paris w/breakfast, August/ Sept with flights @ Easyjet Holidays
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5 nights at Explorers at Disneyland Paris w/breakfast, August/ Sept with flights @ Easyjet Holidays

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Found 27th Dec 2017Edited by:"staffo"
Looks a decent price for end of the summer holidays.

My search is for 5 nights from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, 29th August-3rd September 2018. Total for 2 adults and 2 children (bed and breakfast) is 732, thats with 1 x 23kg baggage and reserved seats!

Located only 1.5 km away from Disneyland® Paris, this magnificent hotel offers unique services within the Disney® Marne La Vallée area. Regular free shuttle buses ensure that Disney® and the international train station with public transportation to and from Paris can be reached quickly and easily. This establishment boasts various activities and facilities to keep all guests entertained, such as a 200 sqm heated indoor aquapark* with 3 slides and aqua play, a 2 storey indoor jungle gym play area, a video arcade game and two pirate shipwreck play areas. After a busy day, guests will be spoilt for choice by the 3 on-site restaurants which serve food that tantalizes guests' taste buds.
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Can vouch for this hotel. Very convenient for Disney land Paris. Regular shuttle. Kids will love the hotel too. Jungle gym was shut when I went but aqua park was all good as was the pirate ship and grounds. No onsite shop but petrol station with store was 20mins walk away.
Edited by: "bkpatel" 27th Dec 2017
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Can vouch for this hotel. Very convenient for Disney land Paris. Regular shuttle. Kids will love the hotel too. Jungle gym was shut when I went but aqua park was all good as was the pirate ship and grounds. No onsite shop but petrol station with store was 20mins walk away.
Edited by: "bkpatel" 27th Dec 2017
Excellent price!
Should you here a car if staying here to get around?
Quidco as well.
Great hotel. Swimming pool open late too
Dr_lovegod2 m ago

Quidco as well.


Thanks.

Quidco is 2.4% Topcashback is 3.15%
Any offers on tickets
How have you got it for 168 per person? Keeps on coming up £656 and thats for 1 child instead of two
seandyas14 m ago

How have you got it for 168 per person? Keeps on coming up £656 and thats …How have you got it for 168 per person? Keeps on coming up £656 and thats for 1 child instead of two


Is it from Liverpool? im getting 480 for 2 adults and 1 child.....
staffo7 m ago

Is it from Liverpool? im getting 480 for 2 adults and 1 child.....


Yeah I put from Liverpool, here's a link to what I have put only slightly altered what was already on the link easyjet.com/en/…s=&
Have been looking for a decent price for a while and just found £168 per person although for 4 nights instead of 5 flying from Bristol on same dates as on your post.
rjace54 m ago

Should you here a car if staying here to get around?


No, as you use the free shuttle bus to get to DLP.
Just booked for 3 of us for 5 nights in August - flying from Manchester. Only £650 but remember park entrance tickets are not included. Absolute bargain, thanks for the heads up!
Sounds good until you add on food & park entry.
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Found good price form London Luton for 3 nights £166
Great find. Booked 5 nights for four people staying at the Kyriad Disneyland Resort Hotel for only £580. My kids are teenagers and didn't want the waterpark at Explorers as it looked like its full of smaller kids. Now to wait for Disneyland park tickets to be released for later this year.

Anyone know of the best or cheapest option for transfers to the hotel from the airport?
Park entrance tickets on top... For 2 adults and 2 children has to be at least 200 a day in top... Not so great
tnpmonkey9 m ago

Park entrance tickets on top... For 2 adults and 2 children has to be at …Park entrance tickets on top... For 2 adults and 2 children has to be at least 200 a day in top... Not so great


Not necessarily, I'm getting a 3 day 2 park pass for £370 for my family, taking it to just over a grand total. Not bad for summer holidays imo.
Rachie19874 m ago

Not necessarily, I'm getting a 3 day 2 park pass for £370 for my family, …Not necessarily, I'm getting a 3 day 2 park pass for £370 for my family, taking it to just over a grand total. Not bad for summer holidays imo.


When do the tickets go on sale?
Rachie1987,
How to book a 3 day 2 park pass, please?
thasnks
Rachie19871 h, 59 m ago

Not necessarily, I'm getting a 3 day 2 park pass for £370 for my family, …Not necessarily, I'm getting a 3 day 2 park pass for £370 for my family, taking it to just over a grand total. Not bad for summer holidays imo.


Where did you purchase the tickets from am getting 492 for 3 days 2 parks.
rjace12 h, 40 m ago

Should you here a car if staying here to get around?

Shuttle provided by hotel takes you to parks in 5 mins. Very close by.
kirkyuk9 h, 25 m ago

Great find. Booked 5 nights for four people staying at the Kyriad …Great find. Booked 5 nights for four people staying at the Kyriad Disneyland Resort Hotel for only £580. My kids are teenagers and didn't want the waterpark at Explorers as it looked like its full of smaller kids. Now to wait for Disneyland park tickets to be released for later this year.Anyone know of the best or cheapest option for transfers to the hotel from the airport?


In all honesty when I was there the water park was packed with a mixture of older and younger kids. But I did see the kyriad and considered for next time.
kirkyuk9 h, 35 m ago

Great find. Booked 5 nights for four people staying at the Kyriad …Great find. Booked 5 nights for four people staying at the Kyriad Disneyland Resort Hotel for only £580. My kids are teenagers and didn't want the waterpark at Explorers as it looked like its full of smaller kids. Now to wait for Disneyland park tickets to be released for later this year.Anyone know of the best or cheapest option for transfers to the hotel from the airport?


When we went I was going to take the train. Unfortunately the French had other plans and were on strike. We could pay a lot for the TGV or go to the ground floor and there is a firm that does airport transfers. Magical shuttle. Depending upon family size maybe cheaper alternatives. They also have ticket offers if you know the entry dates. All hotels also have 3 for 2 also. But sometimes you may want to look at an annual pass as it works out same but have options to go back and discounts in the stores and eateries.
Magicbreaks and Disneyland have an offer on right now. 2 free nights in March/November 2018. Offer end on the 5th feb
Rachie19878 h, 49 m ago

Not necessarily, I'm getting a 3 day 2 park pass for £370 for my family, …Not necessarily, I'm getting a 3 day 2 park pass for £370 for my family, taking it to just over a grand total. Not bad for summer holidays imo.


I've just come back, food on site will add another £100 a day minimum
How does a superior family room differ to their standard room, hardly any info or am i not looking properly?
Do I need to have kids,?
Also whats the cheapest way to get to hotel from airport? Sorry not too clued up.
Edited by: "lukman2k" 28th Dec 2017
Stayed at Explorers several times - would be my go to when we visit DL Paris
£200 a day park tickets are pricey, better off getting a thomas cook , Virgin airways bargain to florida at last minute.
Hi hoping you can help please before deciding on going. My little boy is 6, would he be to small for a lot of the rides?

Good deal
Edited by: "mollypolly" 28th Dec 2017
mollypolly9 m ago

Hi hoping you can help please before deciding on going. My little boy is …Hi hoping you can help please before deciding on going. My little boy is 6, would he be to small for a lot of the rides?Good deal


I went in February with my 2 year old and 4 year old. Loads for them to do and they loved it.

Deal is ok, but as others said make sure you factor in park entrance! We are going again this Feb, 2 adults 2 kids for under 700 and that's 5 days in the park, in a Disney hotel (santa Fe I think). We are driving which obviously is not factored into that price
limpwaster8 m ago

I went in February with my 2 year old and 4 year old. Loads for them to do …I went in February with my 2 year old and 4 year old. Loads for them to do and they loved it.Deal is ok, but as others said make sure you factor in park entrance! We are going again this Feb, 2 adults 2 kids for under 700 and that's 5 days in the park, in a Disney hotel (santa Fe I think). We are driving which obviously is not factored into that price


Great, thank you
what would be cheaper? buying everything you need for the holiday on the officail website( hotel,tickets transport and meal plan) or getting this deal on the hotel and getting the rest elsewhere ? plus you no longer get free breakfast with your disney hotel stay unless you have a half/full board meal plan or one of the club suites
LJM32155 m ago

what would be cheaper? buying everything you need for the holiday on the …what would be cheaper? buying everything you need for the holiday on the officail website( hotel,tickets transport and meal plan) or getting this deal on the hotel and getting the rest elsewhere ? plus you no longer get free breakfast with your disney hotel stay unless you have a half/full board meal plan or one of the club suites


We just did it direct 3 nights was £930 for full board in Newport Bay with park tickets and photopass, we then did Eurotunnel which was £180 return paid for with Clubcard vouchers and a tank & a half of diesel.

A meal for 4 was €92, and breakfast is about €60 in the park - meal plans are very good value


mollypolly1 h, 17 m ago

Hi hoping you can help please before deciding on going. My little boy is …Hi hoping you can help please before deciding on going. My little boy is 6, would he be to small for a lot of the rides?Good deal


My 6 year old went on loads, there was only a few she couldn't get on, we even used the single rider queues and she lied that she was 7.
Edited by: "masekwm" 28th Dec 2017
kirkyuk14 h, 46 m ago

Great find. Booked 5 nights for four people staying at the Kyriad …Great find. Booked 5 nights for four people staying at the Kyriad Disneyland Resort Hotel for only £580. My kids are teenagers and didn't want the waterpark at Explorers as it looked like its full of smaller kids. Now to wait for Disneyland park tickets to be released for later this year.Anyone know of the best or cheapest option for transfers to the hotel from the airport?



Always use RS Transfers. Have used them around 12 times now, always book shared shuttle (as its slightly cheaper) but have never had to share yet & always get a nice modern vehicle to take us. they meet you outside arrivals with your name on a sign.
mollypolly2 h, 58 m ago

Hi hoping you can help please before deciding on going. My little boy is …Hi hoping you can help please before deciding on going. My little boy is 6, would he be to small for a lot of the rides?Good deal



There will be a few rides he won't be allowed on due to height but almost all will be fine. So much to do!

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