April 2018 Disney World Florida Holiday - Art of Animation Resort £559.80pp @ TUI
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April 2018 Disney World Florida Holiday - Art of Animation Resort £559.80pp @ TUI

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Found 27th Mar
11 April 2018 - 18 April 2018
TUI
Disney World Florida - Art of Animation Resort
Flying from Manchester
£559.80pp - £1,679.40 based on 2 adults 1 child

USE DREAM150 to get it to this price.
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Wow! GOT IT DOWN TO £345 pp for the 6 of us!
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Assume tickets ontop of price quoted?
timbeech3337 s ago

Assume tickets ontop of price quoted?


Yes, this is just flights and accommodation.
Good price but Food will be expensive here if you don't have the Disney Dining Plan
nice food court though, one of the best at Disney
Cheap because kids are at school
paulj4813 m ago

Cheap because kids are at school


Nope mine still on holiday!
Wow! GOT IT DOWN TO £345 pp for the 6 of us!
If only
I can't get anywhere near this for a family of 5...
£338pp for 5 -£150 off total price, you will however need additional insurance for the hire car. You may be able to opt out of housekeeping and get $60 giftcard/room credit, towels, toiletries and coffee can still be delivered to your room free on request or just help yourself to clean towels at the pool and drop your used ones there too.
Edited by: "beverleyberney" 27th Mar
dion7738 m ago

Nope mine still on holiday!


So you booked it then? I’ve paid over £5k for 2 weeks in May but the next tier up Disney Hotel with food and parktickets so this is a good dea.
alexjameshaines31 m ago

Wow! GOT IT DOWN TO £345 pp for the 6 of us!



Hi
Are these for same dates?
No need for additional car hire insurance, simply buy excess insurance before you leave. Much cheaper, under £50 I’d imagine
beverleyberney46 m ago

£338pp for 5 -£150 off total price, you will however need additional i …£338pp for 5 -£150 off total price, you will however need additional insurance for the hire car. You may be able to opt out of housekeeping and get $60 giftcard/room credit, towels, toiletries and coffee can still be delivered to your room free on request or just help yourself to clean towels at the pool and drop your used ones there too.

Edited by: "jimbo1976" 27th Mar
Spenfica1 h, 37 m ago

Good price but Food will be expensive here if you don't have the Disney …Good price but Food will be expensive here if you don't have the Disney Dining Plannice food court though, one of the best at Disney


Depends on where you eat, lots of cheap eats as well as more expensive places to dine whilst there. They allow you to take food (not bottled drinks or they ask you to take lids off) but you can purchase bottled water easily for 3$ a pop (they had various stands / stores / carts around the park).

The stinger is parking, cart (available for kids under 6) and the icr cream!!! But food wise, i didn't think it was massively over priced tbh.
Remember to add $13 a night for car parking (recently introduced, does at least include parking for Disney parks).

As BeverleyBerney said, for piece of mind you'll want to upgrade the car insurance (standard insurance is basically 3rd party with a massive excess and you'll have your card drained instantly in the event of an accident no matter whose fault).

£330pp for Disney tickets (quidco bought direct through Disney plus free ride photos and fastpass), £120pp for Universal. Food at the parks is extremely expensive, aim to eat outside of them if possible.

You *can* do all of Disney and Universal in a week but it needs planning and will be very intensive. One thing to note is that most of the Theme park tickets available to the UK are 14 days for the price of 7 so shorter breaks can be poorer value for money.
shani197835 m ago

HiAre these for same dates?


Yes they were!
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Edited by: "alexjameshaines" 27th Mar
See above commment, no need for extra insurance as you can but excess insurance prior to leaving. Covers you for all excesses in the event of an accident. Icarhireinsurance sells it for 5.99 per day
abigsmurf4 m ago

Remember to add $13 a night for car parking (recently introduced, does at …Remember to add $13 a night for car parking (recently introduced, does at least include parking for Disney parks). As BeverleyBerney said, for piece of mind you'll want to upgrade the car insurance (standard insurance is basically 3rd party with a massive excess and you'll have your card drained instantly in the event of an accident no matter whose fault). £330pp for Disney tickets (quidco bought direct through Disney plus free ride photos and fastpass), £120pp for Universal. Food at the parks is extremely expensive, aim to eat outside of them if possible.You *can* do all of Disney and Universal in a week but it needs planning and will be very intensive. One thing to note is that most of the Theme park tickets available to the UK are 14 days for the price of 7 so shorter breaks can be poorer value for money.

jimbo197622 m ago

See above commment, no need for extra insurance as you can but excess …See above commment, no need for extra insurance as you can but excess insurance prior to leaving. Covers you for all excesses in the event of an accident. Icarhireinsurance sells it for 5.99 per day


£5.99 per day for excess insurance/CDW is 'additional insurance', I didn't mention buying it from the TA or on pick up of hire car which will probably cost 4x that.
Mary_Mary42 m ago

Depends on where you eat, lots of cheap eats as well as more expensive …Depends on where you eat, lots of cheap eats as well as more expensive places to dine whilst there. They allow you to take food (not bottled drinks or they ask you to take lids off) but you can purchase bottled water easily for 3$ a pop (they had various stands / stores / carts around the park). The stinger is parking, cart (available for kids under 6) and the icr cream!!! But food wise, i didn't think it was massively over priced tbh.


You don't need to buy bottled water at Disney Parks, just go to any food outlet and ask for a free iced water, pure heaven in summe
God knows how this hotel gets such a high rating on Tripadvisor......it's proper manky.
Remember to get your Esta for anyone booking.
jimbo19761 h, 10 m ago

No need for additional car hire insurance, simply buy excess insurance …No need for additional car hire insurance, simply buy excess insurance before you leave. Much cheaper, under £50 I’d imagine



what about CDW, liability cover and uninsured driver insurance?
Good find , I just checked and got it down to £280 pp for 3 adults and 3 children 10,11,17 really wish I could get the time off
BBhunter2 m ago

Good find , I just checked and got it down to £280 pp for 3 adults and 3 …Good find , I just checked and got it down to £280 pp for 3 adults and 3 children 10,11,17 really wish I could get the time off


Dates?
I cant get the code working. I presume you input it on the final page or am i missing something
Wouldn’t bother with car hire. Disney transportation excellent. Uber anywhere else. Easy.
Jodami843 m ago

I cant get the code working. I presume you input it on the final page or …I cant get the code working. I presume you input it on the final page or am i missing something


I think it’s third page!
adiclarkson16 m ago

Wouldn’t bother with car hire. Disney transportation excellent. Uber a …Wouldn’t bother with car hire. Disney transportation excellent. Uber anywhere else. Easy.


TUI fly into Sanford and Uber for 5 or more can be quite a sum.
beverleyberney6 m ago

TUI fly into Sanford and Uber for 5 or more can be quite a sum.


Just book the free Disney shuttle bus
abigsmurf1 h, 41 m ago

Remember to add $13 a night for car parking (recently introduced, does at …Remember to add $13 a night for car parking (recently introduced, does at least include parking for Disney parks). As BeverleyBerney said, for piece of mind you'll want to upgrade the car insurance (standard insurance is basically 3rd party with a massive excess and you'll have your card drained instantly in the event of an accident no matter whose fault). £330pp for Disney tickets (quidco bought direct through Disney plus free ride photos and fastpass), £120pp for Universal. Food at the parks is extremely expensive, aim to eat outside of them if possible.You *can* do all of Disney and Universal in a week but it needs planning and will be very intensive. One thing to note is that most of the Theme park tickets available to the UK are 14 days for the price of 7 so shorter breaks can be poorer value for money.


Is parking not free for Disney hotel residents
7 days really isn’t anywhere near long enough.
These are included in the excess car insurance it should be already included in the car hire
dajambo1 h, 0 m ago

what about CDW, liability cover and uninsured driver insurance?

Edited by: "jimbo1976" 27th Mar
You do not need to buy additional insurance. When you hire a car in the US whilst in the UK, CDW etc comes as standard. The other insurances which they try to sell are the extra insurance which you won’t need as you will only ever pay the excess, which is refunded via the excess insurance if you pre purchase it. I’ve done this literally dozens of times
beverleyberney1 h, 37 m ago

£5.99 per day for excess insurance/CDW is 'additional insurance', I didn't …£5.99 per day for excess insurance/CDW is 'additional insurance', I didn't mention buying it from the TA or on pick up of hire car which will probably cost 4x that.

paulj4831 m ago

Is parking not free for Disney hotel residents


Not any more
Nope
Spenfica15 m ago

Not any more


Cost us in August 20 dollors a day!!!! Whole place is a rip off . Far too crowded it took us 3 weeks to totally do all the disney parks as we really could only do fastpassed rides as the ques for every ride was horrendous. 4 hour wait for banchi in Pandora .
Spenfica21 m ago

Not any more


Wow, can’t belive they charge between 20 and 35 dollars a day for hotel residents to park at their hotel.

Glad I refused the hire car now and opted for the Disney express from the airport instead.
paulj481 h, 41 m ago

Just book the free Disney shuttle bus


They only do it from Orlando international, not Sanford unfortunately
paulj481 h, 44 m ago

Just book the free Disney shuttle bus


The magical express only runs from Orlando international airport.
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