Family holiday at disney land paris, from £27pppn including tickets and half board accomodation (REVIEWED SOME DATES AS LITTLE AS £22pppn)
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Family holiday at disney land paris, from £27pppn including tickets and half board accomodation (REVIEWED SOME DATES AS LITTLE AS £22pppn)

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Found 4th Oct 2013
Been looking to take the kids to disneyland for a while now,

There is an offer from 1st jan 2014 - 2nd april 2014

SEE POST 106 for example of dates, have just found one date in January that comes up even cheaper !!! if you were looking for more around the £22pppn

AT THIS PRICE LETS GET A HUKD COACH GOING!!!!!

Full terms post #94 and euro from £35 per adult £25 per child each way details in post #109

20% off hotel prices
20% off park pass prices
Free half board meal passes can be used for breakfast and either lunch or dinner.
Free park passes for under 12's
Infants under 3 stay free anyways

So for example I am a single mum
for 1 adult
2 children
5 nights 6 days
£410.60 - £27per person per night
That includes 6 days park passes
dinner and breakfast for 6 days
Hotel accomodation in the 3* Santa fe 2 x double beds or Cheyenne hotel a double and bunkbeds
20 min walk to parks or free shuttle bus

minimum 4 nights for the santa fe and cheynne

For an extra adult it comes in at £588.80 - £29.40 pppn

The fact that it includes meals and park tickets makes it excellent value for money

Could be awesome for a large family 2 adults, 2 children and an infant under 3

Great late Xmas prezzie for kids big and small.

Forgot to say..... this deal is available in December but its more expensive, and the free park tickets are only for under 7's

Not entirely sure about below think any kid over 3 has to pay hotel fees and meals may be cheaper especially as most toddlers eat hardly anything and you can get the all you can eat buffet. ~
Kids under 3 get no meal vouchers so if you have a child under 3, book them in as a 3 year old.

This way you'll get meal vouchers for them and it wont cost you any more.
- tappy

Some extra things to consider~
Must book by November 6th
Also includes fastpass had not realized this earlier

Meal voucher have a face value and can be used in many restaurants across the park
Thank you to karri123 for pointing this out

After a bit of research, I did not choose the Ranch option as I thought it did not come with breakfast.
However it comes with an extra meal pass per person per day, which may work out more economical getting lunch and dinner with the two passes and picking up a cheap breakfast (if you eat breakfast that is).

Also exclusive 2 day 5.5% quidco thanks to ~bermudaviper for pointing this out !!!

160 Comments

any good eurostar deals?

wouldn't even go there for free after the article I read in the paper. half the rides shut or broken. out dated rooms. over priced food. cold.

We went a few years ago. The rooms were outdated but we were there for such a short amount of time it wasn't really an issue.

The kids loved it, no closed rides when we were there, immaculately clean on the park. You don't go to Disney for the food!

shancer I totally diagree, I went last month. no issues with the park and the hotel was amazing. heat from me.

Original Poster

Well they are offering free food and for £27 a day I couldn't even get entrance to oakwood for all 3 of us plus a stay at premier inn and dinner and breakfast each day (oakwood a really tacky theme park if you don't know it)
Plus kids expectations of it are not really that big, all they want is a bed, burgers and chips would keep them happy.
Seeing some of their favorite stars is just a bonus!!!

Will be looking out for eurostar deals!!!

have u not saw the recent press storys about this place then??

save up and fo the real one this is crap

Save your money go to florida its worth it...................

Jan and February are cold times to go

chuf

Save your money go to florida its worth it...................



Far rather go to France than the US any time.

going here is like going to burger king for a steak meal. wouldn't waste my money,best save up and go to the proper one
Edited by: "stewey1970" 4th Oct 2013

I have been to Paris and Florida. I would still recommend going to Paris but only for 2 days in the park and maybe a train ride into Paris on day 3 if you want to stretch it out

Whereas Florida, you do need 14 days, but it's way more expensive

Both are completely different in my opinion

Florida is a proper holiday with LOADS to do
Paris is like Alton towers

Having been to Disneyworld multiple times and Disneyland Paris a few I would have to agree that Florida is a lot better. However you're going to struggle getting to Florida for any length of time for anywhere near this figure, especially if going in school holidays.

I think this place is pretty overpriced in general but the half board offer will save you a lot of money. To be in Paris within an hour's flight it's very convenient and great fun when thtere. Several of the rides are arguably better than the Florida versions. (Phantom Manor, Pirates)

OP - if it's cheaper I would opt for just the 3 nights and 4 days. You can generally get through most things in that time frame. If already bookd enjoy!

We visited the park in 2012 and whilst it was okay we vowed never again to stay at one of the onsite hotels. We stayed at the Sante Fe and it resembled a building site. The accomodation on our block was all surrounded by scaffold and the rooms were not even finished and being let out to guests. On arrrival there was even a fire extinguisher propping open the 'fire safety door'! Our conclusion is for the money they are just not worth it, and we will be booking one of the much better vfm hotels outside of the park next time.

In addition, I also concur with other posters about rides being shut. To conclude, its worth going to but only if you can get an extra special deal. Certainly not vfm and way over rated for what it is. I think there is a lot to be said for investing the extra in a trip to Florida. Whether you like the US or not, they are masters at this kind of thing and from what I've heard the park in Florida is bigger, much more spread out....and not full of rude continentals :-)

Edited by: "lord_trumpington" 4th Oct 2013

For single parents I think DLRP is great value. Try getting a holiday for that price in this country including your meals and entertainment. It's 40 per person just to get into alton towers. Plus being a single parent you're not given a surcharge... In fact it's cheaper. For the people criticising it.. They are currently on a rolling programme of refurbishment. Sequia lodge, sante fe and new York done. And please don't judge a place by what you read in a paper.. If we did that then we all would have left the country by now! If you're going to pass judgement.. Ensure you've been thew first!

havign been to both I'd go to disney in the US everytime. They do great hospitality and have the service down to a tee. The french on the other hand lived up to the stereotype, they dont bother to queue and will just try to barge past you while your in the line and the service is terrible by people who clearly don't care about their job nevermind providing the basic level of service. Found cast members more interesting in chatting to each other and having a skive then anything else. Very overpriced even including the usual euro mark up.

Having done disney in the US before the kids I felt sorry for ours as the experience and magic for them was not there and it was obvious to see. The atmosphere was almost menacing at times with groups of teenages strutting round the park and its not nice to be in a queue for 45mins with people on both sides chain smoking.

I'd rather not go on holiday for how ever long it took to save for disneyworld than go to disneyland paris again. Such a shame.

Op, I gave been going through trying to get the same price. If you don't mind what dates have you selected?

need to find when the school holidays are next year, thn book this . sounds like a good deal

urinthematrix

need to find when the school holidays are next year, thn book this . … need to find when the school holidays are next year, thn book this . sounds like a good deal



I tried in the Feb half term dates for my son's school and it's double the price. Suppose I should have expected that really

hothothot! We were there for 5 days last october and had a great time! Stayed at Davy Crockets Ranch so no food but loved it

Went this summer and want to go back. We all loved it! Thanks of this

shanecr

wouldn't even go there for free after the article I read in the paper. … wouldn't even go there for free after the article I read in the paper. half the rides shut or broken. out dated rooms. over priced food. cold.



Pathetic. Voting cold because you read an article in the paper? Get a grip

Every time a DLP deal is posted there is the same old rubbish claiming the park is dirty, rides shutdown etc. and usually by snobs who have never been near the place. With a good deal it's a cheaper alternative to Florida. If I could afford two weeks in USA I would go but sadly 2-3 days in DLP is all we could stretch to... and when we went we had a bloody marvellous time and my then 7 year old loved it. Holidays are what you make them.

p.s. she wants to go back and to Florida.
Edited by: "JohnnyUtah" 4th Oct 2013

Banned

LOL, Can't believe people are comparing a £4,000 holiday with a £400 one.

Good deal OP, been there several times. Last time being for the 20th anniversary celebrations and at the time 2 rides were shut. Phantom manor and Peter pans flight and although it was disappointing, there was still plenty there to make up for it. I do agree with the comment saying the 3 night/4day stay would be plenty.

Please don't go in jan feb, we did and it was so unbelively freezing we did not enjoy it , soon as you left the hotel room we couldn't wait to get back and the whole time was thinking we gladly pay the extra for a warmer time of year.

Both me and my daughter are not interested in anything Mickey mouse related, so apart from all that crap, what are the actual rides like at Euro Disney?

shanecr

wouldn't even go there for free after the article I read in the paper. … wouldn't even go there for free after the article I read in the paper. half the rides shut or broken. out dated rooms. over priced food. cold.



It has to be true if it was in the papers ... right?

We went there this year - 3 nights / 4 days ... kids had a great time and only 2 rides were closed for maintenance.

Rooms in the New York hotel were fine - clean and tidy!

Food is overpriced, but no worse than Alton Towers, etc - you are a captive audience and they charge you for that pleasure.

We went half board, and stuck to the buffet restaurants in an evening - always something for the wee ones to eat and the quality of the food was okay.

We generally spent half a day in the parks each day and then spent the rest of time around the pool in the hotel ... broke the days up nicely and our 9 and 6 year old enjoyed it.

Saying that, in the 4 days we went on all the rides we wanted to and have no intention of going back - been there, seen it and done it!

Well worth taking the kids if they are into Disney (are there any that are not?)

When my daughter was younger we went there quite a lot but never stayed in the Park. Sometimes we flew and sometimes drove. We prefered to stay in Paris, get the train in the morning but then spend the evenings in Paris. There are loads of cheap hotels with easy access to the park.
I saw the newspaper article in the DM and it was a fantasy piece relating it to the government.

Fantastic price and love Disney to bits

Great value for money, I go every year to Paris, next month will be my 9th time. I have also been to Florida, Florida is better but far more expensive.

Newport Bay last year went under a massive refurb programme and the hotel is lovely, stopping this year at the New York.

They are building new rides at the moment, nothing is not working but there is a fenced off area where they are currently building (Next to Toy Story).

jaceyar

When my daughter was younger we went there quite a lot but never stayed … When my daughter was younger we went there quite a lot but never stayed in the Park. Sometimes we flew and sometimes drove. We prefered to stay in Paris, get the train in the morning but then spend the evenings in Paris. There are loads of cheap hotels with easy access to the park.I saw the newspaper article in the DM and it was a fantasy piece relating it to the government.



Daily Mail?.... says it all. BTW there's a house price bubble looming and we're about to be overun with migrants again.

shanecr

wouldn't even go there for free after the article I read in the paper. … wouldn't even go there for free after the article I read in the paper. half the rides shut or broken. out dated rooms. over priced food. cold.



At least you can drink beer in the French one unlike any of the American ones.

The price is good, but it's the travel cost that you'll suddenly end up paying through the nose for!!!
Bear in mind that it's also likely to be FREEZING from Jan to March.......

We've been twice and are going back in the May half-term break for 5 days.

Definately fantasy stories - we have been for the last 3 years and stayed 4 nights in sequioa lodge - yes rooms are dated but themed to the hotel type - they are clean and all facilities are great. We have two small children 5 and 3 so florida is just a bit too big for them (too much walking) Paris gives everything they want - characters and rides - they love it:-) Agree with previous posts you cant compare a £4000 holiday with £1000 (inc travel) - the new ride is ratatoullie which is being built near toy story part - we are booked to go again in June

We usually collect the tokens from the sun when it comes around to get the park tickets (immediately throwing the disgrace of a newspaper in the bin!). Don't use the crazy 4am ferry included with the offer, just book a cheap ferry with DFDS (£30 return) at a civilised tine and we use my Holiday Inn priority points to book a nearby hotel. We've done the Disney hotels and they are nothing special.
My only complaint of the park is the lack of decent food, I think Walt would turn in his cryogenic chamber if he knew the junk that is being served to children in his park, and how much they are charging! Take a packed lunch is my advice if you have very small children.
Jan Feb and March are cold but it's a quiet time so don't have to queue for anything.
Paris is good for a few days of fun but as said above, you simply cannot beat the magic of Orlando! Some of our happiest times have been spent in Florida, cannot wait to go back!

Ps, I'm not sure if it's still the case but it used to be that if you booked Disney via the French website (using google translate) it was up to 15% cheaper for the same stay than booking on the English site. Not sure if that is still the case, worth a go!

Disneyland Paris is great for a quick Disney fix. We go there most years and the kids love it.

It's clearly not as good as the one in Florida but it is good.

I added a comment to the first post but I'll say it again here: Book kids under 3 as a 3 year old. That way they'll also get meal vouchers and it doesn't cost more. But only do this if you're not booking a flight inclusive holiday (just book flights separate).

We did it a few years ago and all was fine.

Been to DLP couple time stayed at Santa Fe found it ok
Found the parks quite good in fact some of the rides are better than Florida ones imo ie space mountain,big thunder mountain,pirates of Caribbean and Tower of terror just as good .Also found Disneyland park better themed and better set out then Magic kingdom the Paris studios park bit pants though apart from Tower of terror
Its ok for couple of days we did it in feb on cheap sun £9.50 deals and used eurostar (I get staff rate) may be cold but no queues
Totally different type of break to Florida though there is so much more than Disney over there been there quite few times found Disney Orlando great but overpriced bit dated and parks smaller than expected loved the water parks though
Preferred universal than Disney can wait to see new Harry Potter extension

Single dad, two kids in half term.
Mine comes out at £870 quid
How does that work?

shanecr

wouldn't even go there for free after the article I read in the paper. … wouldn't even go there for free after the article I read in the paper. half the rides shut or broken. out dated rooms. over priced food. cold.




You live by what is wrote in the paper?

As others have said its really not worth it, was at both this Paris and Orlando this year and Disney Paris in a worse state than the ones in Florida which also are a dump. Busch Gardens and Universal are the only way to go in my opinion, oh and Sea World (just to pee off the Animal Lovers )

Regardless, its true so why waste your money to confirm whats in the Papers?


adamreilly

Pathetic. Voting cold because you read an article in the paper? Get a grip

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