Disney Florida All–Star Movies Resort from £1992 (Disney Ticket Not Included) 498pp based on 4 people (2ad+2kids) london gatwick 14nts 20.09.17 THOMASCOOK
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Disney Florida All–Star Movies Resort from £1992 (Disney Ticket Not Included) 498pp based on 4 people (2ad+2kids) london gatwick 14nts 20.09.17 THOMASCOOK

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Found 19th Aug 2017Edited by:"danaw54"
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14 Nights, Room Only
Standard Room
(2 Adults, 2 Children)
Max age for child price 17
20 Sep 2017
04 Oct 2017
Flight ( LGW - MCO )
with Thomas Cook Airlines

Outbound
20 September 2017
10:55 London Gatwick - 15:15 Orlando International

Return
04 October 2017
17:35 Orlando International - 07:05 London Gatwick

Airport transfer: Orlando International Airport: approx. 30 mins

Also included in your final holiday price
  • ATOL Protection
  • Resort service
  • 23kgs Standard Luggage Allowance
  • Car Hire
Total price was
£3,570.00
Saving today (44%)
-£1,578.00
Promotional discount
£0.00
Total price
£1,992.00
Card fee
£0.00

From
£498.00 pp




use code: FLORIDA to get an extra £150 off


Some details about the hotel:
One of three Disneyʼs All-Star Resorts, the Disney's All-Star Movies Resort is movie-themed and the icons of some of the most famous Disney films adorn the Resort. Young or old, the brightly coloured, whimsical, larger-than-life icons depicting the family film favourites make fantastic photo opportunities and are sure to liven up everyone's day. Whether your room is in the 101 Dalmatians, Toy Story, Fantasia, or Herbie: The Love Bug buildings, we are sure that this great Disney Value Resort Hotel will tick all the boxes.


Please NoteSPECIAL EXTRAS:
Pre-book your Disney Park tickets

SPECIAL OFFERS:
14 Disney Park days for seven
Car hire is included in the price (insurance is extra)
Disney's Magical Express return airport transfers included

*A local charge may apply to facilities and activities shown on this page unless they're advertised as free or included in the description of an All Inclusive package (if applicable to the hotel/board you are choosing.) All facilities and activities on this page are subject to change/withdrawal.



LocationGuests can get around the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida from this hotel on a Disney coach. Approx. 15 minutes from Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park by coach. Coaches for the Disney Parks leave from in front of Cinema Hall.



Facilities
  • Themed Fantasia Pool with sorcerer Mickey spray fountain
  • The Mighty Ducks themed Duck Pond Pool
  • World Premiere food court (Quick Service Dining)
  • Silver Screen Spirits Pool Bar
  • Pizza delivery (selected hours)
  • Jogging trail
  • Reel Fun Arcade
  • Kidsʼ splash play area
  • Playground
  • Movies Under The Stars
  • Shop
  • Merchandise delivery and pick-up service
  • Free Wi-Fi (selected areas)
  • Free parking for Disney Resort Hotel guests
  • Currency exchange
  • 24hr ATM
  • Laundry and dry cleaning services

General Room InformationStandard rooms (up to four people) have two double beds, air conditioning, TV, in-room safe, iron, ironing board, hairdryer and bathroom with shower over bath.





MAY BE USEFUL FOR SOMEONE
PRICE IS BASED ON 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN (5,9)


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21 Comments
Add almost the same again for the park ticket
paulj487 m ago

Add almost the same again for the park ticket

And another £2k on food
Still hot as that what you would expect to pay for flights alone
Add another £1k for tipping and souvenirs
Car hire included but not insurance?
7 day ultimate tickets 2 over 10's adults? and 2 3to 9 £1416,that will be for a 14day as says priced at half price,yikes.
Edited by: "morrig" 19th Aug 2017
Yes average price for accommodation, flights , park tickets, food and drinks and transportation for a family of 4 for 2 weeks averages out around £6k-£8k from experience of knowing a lot of people that go on a regular basis.
yozzman123420th Aug

Yes average price for accommodation, flights , park tickets, food and …Yes average price for accommodation, flights , park tickets, food and drinks and transportation for a family of 4 for 2 weeks averages out around £6k-£8k from experience of knowing a lot of people that go on a regular basis.

Not as expensive as you think apart from parks . You can get eat n play card so kids eat free . You can also buy all the clothing and shoes for christmas for half the price as uk . So you can save on some things . Or you can stay on idrive so your not in the disney hotels which will save u money . But kids usually eat free in lots of places . I never spend 6k - or 8k and eat and drink well get ubers and buy lots of RL and Timberlands .
yozzas13 m ago

Not as expensive as you think apart from parks . You can get eat n play …Not as expensive as you think apart from parks . You can get eat n play card so kids eat free . You can also buy all the clothing and shoes for christmas for half the price as uk . So you can save on some things . Or you can stay on idrive so your not in the disney hotels which will save u money . But kids usually eat free in lots of places . I never spend 6k - or 8k and eat and drink well get ubers and buy lots of RL and Timberlands .

Yer we go to Vegas every year . Shopping in Vegas is even more cheaper than Florida. Last year I got 2 pairs of timberland boots for $100 on offer . The same boots in the UK where £120 each !!!!
yozzman123438 m ago

Yer we go to Vegas every year . Shopping in Vegas is even more cheaper …Yer we go to Vegas every year . Shopping in Vegas is even more cheaper than Florida. Last year I got 2 pairs of timberland boots for $100 on offer . The same boots in the UK where £120 each !!!!

Same here i got 2 for $100 the 6" timberland ones and a nice RL puffer for $140 from macy's
Bearing in mind that travel date is in less than a month, it is fantastic price!!
I personally much prefer staying on International Drive but cheapest we ever got was £700 for 2 weeks, thought that was steal bying 5 months in advance.
Good find OP!
Edited by: "misablue" 25th Aug 2017
Firstly, why would you need a car when you are staying at a Disney resort? The Disney busses to Disney property are free to use, and Uber can be used to go elsewhere (Universal, etc.). The cost of insurance and parking makes having a car whilst staying on Disney property very uneconomical.
Secondly, does this deal include the Disney Dining Plan? The current promotion gives free Breakfast whilst staying at Disney Value resorts (All Star's/Art of Animation/Pop Century).
That said, I have to say that this is a good deal. But as others have mentioned, do not think that this is the final cost. You're looking at another ~£500-600 each for 2 week Disney and Universal tickets, plus $10+ each per meal, God knows how much in tips, and all those souvenirs do not come for free.
Still worth it.
We spent £4,000 on flights alone 2 years ago for 2 adults + 2 children (school holidays), factor in price increases, transport to the airport and the low pound to dollar rate at the moment and it's not far off 5k just to get there
Brilliant deal. Would be tempted if I wasn't already booked
yozzas5 h, 2 m ago

Not as expensive as you think apart from parks . You can get eat n play …Not as expensive as you think apart from parks . You can get eat n play card so kids eat free . You can also buy all the clothing and shoes for christmas for half the price as uk . So you can save on some things . Or you can stay on idrive so your not in the disney hotels which will save u money . But kids usually eat free in lots of places . I never spend 6k - or 8k and eat and drink well get ubers and buy lots of RL and Timberlands .


We've never done Disney, in fact kids have never even been abroad. If we go it'll be a once in a lifetime holiday.

Anyone reckon it could be done for £5k all in? We are a family of 5, kids are 5, 4, and 17 months.

Is 5 and 4 a good age to take em or would we better off waiting a few years until they can all enjoy it? Say until they're 8, 7, and 4?

Sorry for all the questions. TIA
deflo, we just came back from florida, two kids 5 & 12, there's a lot of changes going on at epcot & MGM over the next few years, I figure the next best time to go is in 2021, when they expect major stuff to b completed, and it's 50th anniversary, but having said that the prices are going up up up. You would be best going to a UK based florida forum and gauging the parks suitability and even better look on utube at people's vlogs.
deflo6 h, 31 m ago

We've never done Disney, in fact kids have never even been abroad. If we …We've never done Disney, in fact kids have never even been abroad. If we go it'll be a once in a lifetime holiday. Anyone reckon it could be done for £5k all in? We are a family of 5, kids are 5, 4, and 17 months. Is 5 and 4 a good age to take em or would we better off waiting a few years until they can all enjoy it? Say until they're 8, 7, and 4? Sorry for all the questions. TIA

£5K for a family of 5 . Not a chance . All park tickets for a family of 4 is £1900 minimum. So 5 would be over £2300 just for parks . That leaves you £2700 for 14 nights accommodation ( you need 14 ) . Flights . And food and drink . That's tight . But throw another £1000 on and you could do it .
deflo20 h, 2 m ago

We've never done Disney, in fact kids have never even been abroad. If we …We've never done Disney, in fact kids have never even been abroad. If we go it'll be a once in a lifetime holiday. Anyone reckon it could be done for £5k all in? We are a family of 5, kids are 5, 4, and 17 months. Is 5 and 4 a good age to take em or would we better off waiting a few years until they can all enjoy it? Say until they're 8, 7, and 4? Sorry for all the questions. TIA

Under 3 and you get in parks free under 2 and you fly on virgin atlantic for £59 has to be on mums knee but pay an extra £59 and you can get seat+ which gives u an extra empty seat . Yeah go even if the 17month old wont remember u get good photos . 4 and 5 year olds will have a great time . But you would have a great time and if you wait any longer the price will be higher as you would have to buy 5 tickets and 5 flights . Loads of ways to save money like bring frozen drinks from walmart apples and bananas from hotel for parks get eat and play cards so kids eat free .
yozzman123425th Aug

£5K for a family of 5 . Not a chance . All park tickets for a family of 4 …£5K for a family of 5 . Not a chance . All park tickets for a family of 4 is £1900 minimum. So 5 would be over £2300 just for parks . That leaves you £2700 for 14 nights accommodation ( you need 14 ) . Flights . And food and drink . That's tight . But throw another £1000 on and you could do it .

We went last summer and paid £5700 for 2 adults 2 children staying in a moderate Disney hotel. That price included park tickets flights hotel transfers and dining plan.
If you read up on the forums there's lots of different ways to do it.
We booked this year and paid 2700 for hotel transfers flights and park tickets staying off site. There was cheaper hotels and the prices started from 2400 for the 4 of us!
Just keep your eye on prices.
I think whatever age you take the kids they will be delighted
Good luck
The 5700 was for 3 weeks. The 2700 was for 2 weeks.
df1213 h, 39 m ago

We went last summer and paid £5700 for 2 adults 2 children staying in a …We went last summer and paid £5700 for 2 adults 2 children staying in a moderate Disney hotel. That price included park tickets flights hotel transfers and dining plan. If you read up on the forums there's lots of different ways to do it. We booked this year and paid 2700 for hotel transfers flights and park tickets staying off site. There was cheaper hotels and the prices started from 2400 for the 4 of us! Just keep your eye on prices. I think whatever age you take the kids they will be delighted Good luck



hi df12.
where did u book your stay this year?
I have tried finding a cheaper one than this but haven't been able to.

Thanks
danaw5410 h, 39 m ago

hi df12.where did u book your stay this year?I have tried finding a …hi df12.where did u book your stay this year?I have tried finding a cheaper one than this but haven't been able to.Thanks

Hiya

The first year I priced it on wdw website for hotel and tickets. If you play about with each date and number of nights e.g. 1.4.18 14,13,15 nights etc and the same 2.4.18 etc for the time your looking to go the prices can fluctuate. We looked at the flights separately and then Thomas cook signature booked it all together for us.

This year we used travel city direct which is part of virgin but prices seem to be a lot cheaper. We booked Jan/Feb time and Disney had 25% off the park tickets. That was to stay in the clarion inn hotel but they did have cheaper hotels too. If you stay at a Disney hotel , Disney arrange free transfers to the airport too. O

Staying on site in Disney is a lot more convenient especially with the moderate dining plan as you have paid it upfront. You can change a quick service meal into 3 snacks. In magic kingdom a snack can be a jacket potato with cheese so you can really make the most of the dining plan go far. Have a read up on that on the dibb.

However staying off site in the clarion wasn't bad either . It was walking distance to Disney springs and we could get the Disney buses to any parks or the hotels have buses running to the parks too.

We are looking to book for next year and the prices are a lot more at the minute but hoping the offers will come back on so it's worth keep checking.

Hope this helps
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