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Disneyland Paris Trip - £329 per family (40% Off) @ Iglu
Disneyland Paris Trip - £329 per family (40% Off) @ Iglu

Disneyland Paris Trip - £329 per family (40% Off) @ Iglu

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Iglu has just released a great deal for your whole family to spend three magical days in Disneyland Paris for only £329, which includes a whopping 40% OFF the regular rate! Not only is this the hottest price we could find in our research, but kids under 7 stay and play FREE.

This great family-fun package includes return Eurotunnel tickets and two nights' bed-and-breakfast accommodation at the on-site Disney's Hotel Santa Fe. You'll also get 3-day hopper passes for both Disney parks for all family members.

To get this special offer, travel on the following departure dates: 24, 29 or 30 September. For an additional £70, you can depart on 19-23 April; 27 May; 15-18, 22-23 June; 3 September. Hurry though, the sale ends 11 March.

How to book: To book the Eurotunnel offer with Iglu, click on the link or call 020 8544 6089 and quote TZOO.

Travelzoo tip: Iglu also has a 2-night package including return travel by Eurostar (kids under 7 travel FREE) for just £545, departing on 21-23 April; 16-18, 23 June -- other dates are available at a supplement. Click here for details.

Your hotel: Disney's 2-star Hotel Santa Fe, an American Southwestern-style hotel, has a unique feel with its pueblos and Native American craft. The Rio Grande Bar offers musical entertainment, including karaoke and live singers, and for the kids the hotel features an outdoor play area themed on relics of a Native American village. Plus, it's located within the resort itself, so youre likely to see Disney characters popping in from time to time.

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I've just been on this site they have NO holidays avaliable for the whole of the special offer period

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Breadnbutter;4484438

I've just been on this site they have NO holidays avaliable for the whole … I've just been on this site they have NO holidays avaliable for the whole of the special offer period



Where does it say that on the website?
Did you call them?

the deal is coming up for me when i put in the dates in the post x

I am getting pretty sick of these Mickey Mouse offers. (joke)

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diabeticguy;4484534

I am getting pretty sick of these Mickey Mouse offers. (joke)



ba-doom....tishhhhh ;-)

No, I just tried the dates in the search bit I put Any hotel, any date and any means of travel and it said' No availibility for any of the dates.' I might try again later

I tried one of the dates and no probs but price was £399 not £329. This 40% off offer is FROM £329.

Anyone stayed at this hotel, any good ?

I took up this offer in January for a similar price and can't fault the deal. I would say that the Hotel in question "Santa Fe" is a bit run down but for that price and when you think your only really sleeping there you can't complain.

Plus we found the Bus Shuttle service a complete cattle market trying to get on with 2 kids and a pram, but like I say for that price you need to expect a few downs !

adam787_1;4485022

Anyone stayed at this hotel, any good ?



I've stayed in the SanatFe a few years ago, the rooms are pretty basic and small but you won't really be spending a lot of time in there anyway. The hotel itself is a Disney hotel on the grounds and about 5 minutes walk from the park entrance (& the eurostar terminal). I paid £699 for more or less the same thing and that was about 6 years ago so it's a good deal. I would certainly be booking it if it wasn't for the missus having a baby next month

I stayed in sata fe a couple of years ago and liked it, its small but its only somewhere to sleep. As for the shuttle buses, avoid the 'main' times and they are fine

If its a self drive I take it you can't just walk onto the eurostar from London?

Just put in - Any Hotel , Any date and the cheapest is £462 !

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cjos66;4484858

I tried one of the dates and no probs but price was £399 not £329. This 4 … I tried one of the dates and no probs but price was £399 not £329. This 40% off offer is FROM £329.



Read the OP...it's very clear :whistling:

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Smaybelline;4486673

Just put in - Any Hotel , Any date and the cheapest is £462 !



Well that's just nonsense...read the post and try again.

bubs866;4485839

I've stayed in the SanatFe a few years ago, the rooms are pretty basic … I've stayed in the SanatFe a few years ago, the rooms are pretty basic and small but you won't really be spending a lot of time in there anyway. The hotel itself is a Disney hotel on the grounds and about 5 minutes walk from the park entrance (& the eurostar terminal). I paid £699 for more or less the same thing and that was about 6 years ago so it's a good deal. I would certainly be booking it if it wasn't for the missus having a baby next month



I totally agree, we stayed at the Santa Fe a couple of years ago and Sequilla Lodge (or whatever it's called) last year and the 5-10 min walk is far less hassle (and time) than waiting for the crowded buses (French don't politely queue like the British, so you quickly learn to be ignorant and stick your elbows out! :x )

Another tip is to upgrade the meal tickets so you can eat at any of the character restaurants etc as it saves a lot of time and money ;-)

I stopped at the santa fe in december last year and I found the room pretty well worn (and cold too).
On the other hand it's only a ten minute walk to the centre of the park, so if you're just using it as a base it's just the job.

Disney are doing 40% with dates through the summer

Shazzad;4489061

Another tip is to upgrade the meal tickets so you can eat at any of the … Another tip is to upgrade the meal tickets so you can eat at any of the character restaurants etc as it saves a lot of time and money ;-)



I've not been before. How do you upgrade the tickets?

How does it all work, and are there any other tips?

Is it worth getting express passes for example?

Thanks :thumbsup:

Just has a search, found £329 for 2 nights on 24/09/09, but when you look at the details its says eurotunnel ticket is for off peak times :

Eurotunnel prices are based on off-peak fares.
FO/CA 14:00hrs - 06:00hrs
CA/FO 00:01hrs - 14:00hrs

does that mean you can only travel on the eurtunnel going after 14:00 on 24/09/09 and returning between 00:01 and 14:00 on 26/09/09 as thats pretty much 2 days wasted when you add in driving?

Never been to eurodisney, how long a drive is it from Calais?


I presume eurotunnel ticket is for the car on this?

adam787_1;4485022

Anyone stayed at this hotel, any good ?


went there a few years ago....sante fe is a bit like an upmarket motel or cattle market, accomodation is ok, breakfast is lousy unless you like stale croissants or school dinners...stayed in the dream castle which is better but expensive (100-400/night standard room) and a little further out and they charge you for everything (eg 2 euros just to rent a towel for the swimming pool, as you arent allowed to take the hotel room towels - we did though!!)
also stayed at the hotel ulsyses (i think) next to the shopping outlet (the outlet is garbage by the way) which was about 60-100/night and pretty good, though the staff were arrogant [unprintable] but still much better than the cattle market sante fe

we went to disneyland paris last year.....also note that if you spend 2 days in the park its can work out a little cheaper/same to buy an annual pass (can only be bought in france...lol!!), we stayed for 5 nights (too long!) and were in the park 2 days (annual pass was £70, same as for 2 day ticket at the time), we prebooked a days ticket each and then whilst in the park upgraded ours to the annual pass, like loads of other brits.

Shazzad;4489061

I totally agree, we stayed at the Santa Fe a couple of years ago and … I totally agree, we stayed at the Santa Fe a couple of years ago and Sequilla Lodge (or whatever it's called) last year and the 5-10 min walk is far less hassle (and time) than waiting for the crowded buses (French don't politely queue like the British, so you quickly learn to be ignorant and stick your elbows out! :x )Another tip is to upgrade the meal tickets so you can eat at any of the character restaurants etc as it saves a lot of time and money ;-)



the mickey diner is fine for the novelty factor as is the wild west thing
but the others and their food are dreadful (wouldnt feed the food to a cat), we had a terrible experience at the rainforest cafe (they gave us free meal tickets for next time worth approx £100, but i prob wouldnt bother). Note the food in these restaurant is also very expensive (I had a chilli con carne in rainforest and it tasted like it had been microwaved, tiny, with raw onion spinkled on top (think they were supposed to have been cooked), got a replcement, but it was almost £22 just for the chilli, so will be more expensive now im sure.
for better and cheaper food, get a train to the area near the shopping outlet as there are a few reasonable restaurants there or go to Paris.

The Traveller's Explorers Hotel is excellent and good value. Swimming pool etc.

I contacted them for the deal and was quoted a price almost £100 higher.

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LotusJas;4494108

I contacted them for the deal and was quoted a price almost £100 higher.



Did you quote TZOO?

They emailed me back and gave the reason. One of my two children is 8yrs old, hence the extra cost
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