From London: Xmas & New Year in Orlando 16 Nights 24/12 to 09/01 Flights, Highly Rated Hotel & Airport Transfers £752.32pp @ Loveholidays
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From London: Xmas & New Year in Orlando 16 Nights 24/12 to 09/01 Flights, Highly Rated Hotel & Airport Transfers £752.32pp @ Loveholidays

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Found 2nd Dec 2018
I'm not going to use the word budget as Orlando will never be cheap. I've put together a deal I think is great value with a really good hotel.

Flights have one short stop either way and you will need to pay for additional hold luggage, depending on how much you need as a family. Flights are with American Airlines codeshare British Airways/Iberia and depart on 24 December arriving later that day and leave on 9 January.

Book flights on carltonleisure.com £18183.28

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The hotel I've picked is the Blue Heron as although there are cheaper, some have terrible reviews and this has consistently good reviews tripadvisor.co.uk/Hot…tml

Its on the lake and comments are you can always see the Disney fireworks too. There seems to be a complimentary shuttle to some parks and it appears to be really well located.

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Book this on loveholidays.com £1776

For transfers to and from the park I'd recommend Uber or similar as a return trip shouldn't cost more than around £50. I've included this estimation in this price cost.

Total £3009.28/£752.32pp

Note luggage in the hold is not included. You will need to add this on depending on how much luggage you need for your family.

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2 weeks in a hotel. Course you need the luggage. Price should be adjusted to reflect this
Have I missed something the photo shows Disney theme park yet its not included anywhere in the price ! Voted cold as a result
Luggage is extra, I've not included it here but made it clear it is extra cost as you can add on how many cases you will need between the family.

And no, Disney tickets are extra. If it makes you happy I'll change the photo.

Edit, I'm getting an internal error so can't change the pic but if anyone else can feel free.

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Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 2nd Dec 2018
I paid £2100 for 2 adults and 2 children for 17 nights going on New years eve with Virgin (direct flights) staying at Rosen on idrive. I suppose if you really want to be in Orlando at xmas it may be a good deal? Not for me as it's supposed to be crazy busy between xmas and new year.
Azwipe10 m ago

I paid £2100 for 2 adults and 2 children for 17 nights going on New years …I paid £2100 for 2 adults and 2 children for 17 nights going on New years eve with Virgin (direct flights) staying at Rosen on idrive. I suppose if you really want to be in Orlando at xmas it may be a good deal? Not for me as it's supposed to be crazy busy between xmas and new year.


Yep flight prices drop thereafter due to kids returning to school in January and you'll certainly get cheaper prices leaving on NYE. Xmas, Easter Holidays, July/August you'll always pay a premium.
rachelandgromit7 m ago

Yep flight prices drop thereafter due to kids returning to school in …Yep flight prices drop thereafter due to kids returning to school in January and you'll certainly get cheaper prices leaving on NYE. Xmas, Easter Holidays, July/August you'll always pay a premium.


My mum has just paid £663 per person, leaving on the 18th December for 2 weeks.
Northerndave36 m ago

2 weeks in a hotel. Course you need the luggage. Price should be adjusted …2 weeks in a hotel. Course you need the luggage. Price should be adjusted to reflect this


Or you could go hand and use the laundry service at the hotel? It’s surprising how much you can bring in a cabin bag and then just buy toiletries etc when you get there
EmCares6 m ago

Or you could go hand and use the laundry service at the hotel? It’s s …Or you could go hand and use the laundry service at the hotel? It’s surprising how much you can bring in a cabin bag and then just buy toiletries etc when you get there


Who spends £3k and doesn't take luggage? Who goes to Orlando and doesn't bring an extra case full back?
Edited by: "Azwipe" 2nd Dec 2018
Azwipe50 m ago

I paid £2100 for 2 adults and 2 children for 17 nights going on New years …I paid £2100 for 2 adults and 2 children for 17 nights going on New years eve with Virgin (direct flights) staying at Rosen on idrive. I suppose if you really want to be in Orlando at xmas it may be a good deal? Not for me as it's supposed to be crazy busy between xmas and new year.


A few days after new years is the quietest time of the year and a great time to go. Would recommend it. Between Christmas and New years is unbelievably busy, as you say. There's a good chance of parks hitting capacity.

If you want to be at a theme park on New Years Eve I also recommend Universal over Disney. When I went it was unbelievably busy and they did the same fireworks display they always do. Universal on the other hand put on concerts, had screen put around and had an incredible fireworks display. This was 15+ years ago mind.
abigsmurf10 m ago

A few days after new years is the quietest time of the year and a great …A few days after new years is the quietest time of the year and a great time to go. Would recommend it. Between Christmas and New years is unbelievably busy, as you say. There's a good chance of parks hitting capacity.If you want to be at a theme park on New Years Eve I also recommend Universal over Disney. When I went it was unbelievably busy and they did the same fireworks display they always do. Universal on the other hand put on concerts, had screen put around and had an incredible fireworks display. This was 15+ years ago mind.


Yes we went 2 years ago in January and it was my favourite time, usually go between March and June or September. Got an annual pass for Seaworld/Aquatica/Busch Gardens this time.
Thanks for posting - Probably a reasonable deal seeing it is so late but I booked a very similar package myself approx 12 months ago for this Xmas and New Year. I paid £2400 for Direct Virgin Flights and hotel with luggage included. Premium car was less than £300 fully insured via Hertz direct in an early booking offer
Edited by: "stuh01" 2nd Dec 2018
Azwipe2 h, 24 m ago

I paid £2100 for 2 adults and 2 children for 17 nights going on New years …I paid £2100 for 2 adults and 2 children for 17 nights going on New years eve with Virgin (direct flights) staying at Rosen on idrive. I suppose if you really want to be in Orlando at xmas it may be a good deal? Not for me as it's supposed to be crazy busy between xmas and new year.


Would you recommend the Rosen? Looking at going over Easter and it’s one of the hotel options tui are offering. It’s either that, the Ramada or a villa within our budget
lord_trumpington13 m ago

Would you recommend the Rosen? Looking at going over Easter and it’s one o …Would you recommend the Rosen? Looking at going over Easter and it’s one of the hotel options tui are offering. It’s either that, the Ramada or a villa within our budget


Best Hotel i stayed at was a place called Summer Bay Resort but you will probably need to book it yourself which is fine if you book a flydrive
lord_trumpington20 m ago

Would you recommend the Rosen? Looking at going over Easter and it’s one o …Would you recommend the Rosen? Looking at going over Easter and it’s one of the hotel options tui are offering. It’s either that, the Ramada or a villa within our budget


The four seasons is very nice.
Book flights on carltonleisure.com £18183.28

You have a typo in flight price
Should really say no luggage in the title and seriously no one goes away for that king as a family with no luggage. This is not a good deal. Voted cold
Its a good deal, but, I would be very reluctant to route through Philly in December, as if the weather is snowy you could end up spending Xmas on the terminal floor. Just saying :-)
lord_trumpington3 h, 17 m ago

Would you recommend the Rosen? Looking at going over Easter and it’s one o …Would you recommend the Rosen? Looking at going over Easter and it’s one of the hotel options tui are offering. It’s either that, the Ramada or a villa within our budget


Yes, we go twice a year and always stay in Rosen Hotels. They are all owned by a self made local guy and every hotel has the same standard. Clean, safe & friendly staff, no resort fees either. The big Rosen hotels, Plaza, Centre & Shingle Creek have more facilities but the smaller ones are just as good for the price.
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