Disneyland Paris 2-4 nights from £135.00 jan-may £135pp @ Holiday pirates
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Disneyland Paris 2-4 nights from £135.00 jan-may £135pp @ Holiday pirates

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Found 9th Jan
Just seen this deal on holiday pirates. Have been looking at a trip away for February half term and this seems to tick all the boxes. If anybody sees anything better let me know?

2 day park tickets available too if you call them.

Offer Details

Duration 2, 3 or 4 nights
Stays between January – May 2018
Example dates: February 19th – 21st
Flights from London, Manchester, Edinburgh or Bristol
Hand luggage - Included
1 day, 2 park Disneyland Paris ticket - Included
2, 3 or 4 nights at the 4* Residhome Val d’Europe or 3* Hotel Kyriad
Board basis - Room Only
Based on 2 sharing
ATOL & ABTA protected holiday
Price Breakdown

2 nights from £135 per person
3 nights from £186 per person
4 nights from £207 per person
Disneyland and Walt Disney Studios

Your package includes a 2 Park 1 Day ticket, giving you entry to both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park. Immerse yourself in the sets of your favourite Disney movies and experience those world famous rides!

If you prefer to bust some more contemporary dance moves, check out High School Musical - a truly immersive show for the whole family. For all you thrill-seekers who want to see something new, don’t miss The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror as well as classics like Big Thunder Mountain.

Accommodation

You’ll stay at either the 4* Residhome Val d’Europe (4/5 on TripAdvisor) or the 3* Hotel Kyriad (3.5/5 on TripAdvisor).

Residhome Val d’Europe is 1 stop on the train from Disneyland Paris, and also enjoys a direct connection to the centre of Paris. Your studio or apartment will feature a TV, kitchenette, private bathroom, kitchenette and free WiFi. After a long day at the parks, be sure to kick back in the on site L’Abreuvoir Bar.

Hotel Kyriad is a family friendly hotel, situated next to a serene lake and just 10 minutes from Disneyland Paris (with a free shuttle transfer). Rooms each have free WiFi and a flat-screen TV. Both hotels listed here are close to the huge Val d’Europe shopping centre, just in case you want to grab some bargains during your trip.
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teh.arn6 h, 38 m ago

I think one day is enough.Went there and was a bit let down with how …I think one day is enough.Went there and was a bit let down with how little there was to do tbh.



teh.arn3 h, 2 m ago

No chance.The place itself looks pretty run down and neglected tbh.I'm …No chance.The place itself looks pretty run down and neglected tbh.I'm just comparing it to other parks and places I've been.It's probably on par with Alton Towers etc.The only places worth spending multiple days at (imo) are the American parks.



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Edited by: "buyer101" 9th Jan
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Just the one day at Disney though?
steluca52 m ago

Just the one day at Disney though?


One day isn't enough considering they have two parks. Going for 1 day is a waste
julian_williams_19887 m ago

One day isn't enough considering they have two parks. Going for 1 day is a …One day isn't enough considering they have two parks. Going for 1 day is a waste


Agreed.

Needs 2 full days if you ask me. Min
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steluca517 m ago

Just the one day at Disney though?


I’ve just called them, you can have two day park tickets if wanted.

This is what I’ve been quoted for 3 adults 2 children: 3 nights with 2 day park tickets flying from Manchester for £270 each.

£215 each of flying from London.

Doesn’t seem bad to me?
You could get your own second or third day ticket for £29 I believe looking at the other Disney paris deals on here.
julian_williams_198839 m ago

One day isn't enough considering they have two parks. Going for 1 day is a …One day isn't enough considering they have two parks. Going for 1 day is a waste



I think one day is enough.
Went there and was a bit let down with how little there was to do tbh.
Check the site, a lot of the summer shows are closed. We found the weather it is very cold. Pack lots of warm clothes! On the upside, the queues are only an hour long
swipernoswiping1 h, 13 m ago

Check the site, a lot of the summer shows are closed. We found the weather …Check the site, a lot of the summer shows are closed. We found the weather it is very cold. Pack lots of warm clothes! On the upside, the queues are only an hour long



a hour long bugger that...
Seaon of the force there this month.. I can't wait as I'm a huge star wars fan! I'm more excited than the kids lol
teh.arn3 h, 20 m ago

I think one day is enough.Went there and was a bit let down with how …I think one day is enough.Went there and was a bit let down with how little there was to do tbh.


Not sure where you went! - Went in a group of 13 in November, and I'd say you want a good 2 - 3 day. I suppose it does depend on when in the year you go however, but even in low season I'd say 1 day is not suitable.
ICHAPMAN15 m ago

Not sure where you went! - Went in a group of 13 in November, and I'd say …Not sure where you went! - Went in a group of 13 in November, and I'd say you want a good 2 - 3 day. I suppose it does depend on when in the year you go however, but even in low season I'd say 1 day is not suitable.


No chance.
The place itself looks pretty run down and neglected tbh.
I'm just comparing it to other parks and places I've been.
It's probably on par with Alton Towers etc.

The only places worth spending multiple days at (imo) are the American parks.
For me one day is enough. I've been 3 times and 1 day was always enough. If you've never been before, or like a more leisurely pace, I agree you may need more, but if your not into all the parades, you'll be fine. I went last year on St Patricks weekend and a lot of stuff in Walts Studios was not in order. I'm going back in the feb half term and I don't intend to get more than a one day 2 park ticket.
teh.arn1 h, 35 m ago

No chance.The place itself looks pretty run down and neglected tbh.I'm …No chance.The place itself looks pretty run down and neglected tbh.I'm just comparing it to other parks and places I've been.It's probably on par with Alton Towers etc.The only places worth spending multiple days at (imo) are the American parks.


You've clearly never been to Legoland! FWIW my family loved EuroDisney and it took us a full 4 days to explore it all
teh.arn1 h, 44 m ago

No chance.The place itself looks pretty run down and neglected tbh.I'm …No chance.The place itself looks pretty run down and neglected tbh.I'm just comparing it to other parks and places I've been.It's probably on par with Alton Towers etc.The only places worth spending multiple days at (imo) are the American parks.


You think Alton Towers is run down? I always found that to be the UK's best park. With a small soft spot for Thorpe.

I was in Florida over summer, and Disney Paris just before that and I honestly think they each have their own charm.

I guess it depends how much you like Disney too and if you like going on stuff multiple times.
steluca513 m ago

You think Alton Towers is run down? I always found that to be the UK's …You think Alton Towers is run down? I always found that to be the UK's best park. With a small soft spot for Thorpe.I was in Florida over summer, and Disney Paris just before that and I honestly think they each have their own charm. I guess it depends how much you like Disney too and if you like going on stuff multiple times.


Never said Alton Towers was run down.
I was comparing time needed/spent at the attraction.

Can't imagine ever needing more than one day at DL Paris, not unless you had a disability, brought loads of kids with you etc.
teh.arn6 h, 38 m ago

I think one day is enough.Went there and was a bit let down with how …I think one day is enough.Went there and was a bit let down with how little there was to do tbh.



teh.arn3 h, 2 m ago

No chance.The place itself looks pretty run down and neglected tbh.I'm …No chance.The place itself looks pretty run down and neglected tbh.I'm just comparing it to other parks and places I've been.It's probably on par with Alton Towers etc.The only places worth spending multiple days at (imo) are the American parks.



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Edited by: "buyer101" 9th Jan
Been quoted £1390 for 2 adults and 3 children for 1 day park and 2 nights traveling 24th March till 27th nowhere near the prices stated above. Averages out to £275 per person from LGW
I like people to help them get through things 🏼
£279 a person for 3 nights, 4 adults, 2 children here and only 1 day in the park.. Cold for me.
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