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Orlando, Florida package £441pp - incl. flights, 2 weeks hotel, luggage & car hire @ Holiday Pirates.
Orlando, Florida package £441pp - incl. flights, 2 weeks hotel, luggage & car hire @ Holiday Pirates.

Orlando, Florida package £441pp - incl. flights, 2 weeks hotel, luggage & car hire @ Holiday Pirates.

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You'll be staying at the Clarion Inn, a property that is within easy reach of Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando - in fact there's even a free shuttle bus if you want to take a break from your included car rental. Rooms have air conditioning, kitchenettes and TVs. On site there are 2 spacious swimming pools, as well as a splash zone for the kids and plenty of sun loungers.

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Copying post which is clearly visible on right side of HUKD main page ?... huge effort

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pavel76

Copying post which is clearly visible on right side of HUKD main page … Copying post which is clearly visible on right side of HUKD main page ?... huge effort



​Not on my phone it's not or obviously I wouldn't have posted it.

did not see original post either,so heat added.

it's a pity Virgin don't sell their left over seats at the price. great price from thomsons

Good price, but as usual during school term time ( September) , Generally Florida is family holiday anyway ,Adults only would probably prefer go elsewhere and Florida with very young children ( pre school) is no holiday at all, with long flights and very busy Theme parks.
Edited by: "oscarcat" 16th Aug 2016

oscarcat

Good price, but as usual during school term time ( September) , Generally … Good price, but as usual during school term time ( September) , Generally Florida is family holiday anyway ,Adults only would probably prefer go elsewhere and Florida with very young children ( pre school) is no holiday at all, with long flights and very busy Theme parks.



Have to disagree. We have been multiple times to Florida and we don't have children. It's great to take advantage of these cheap deals outside of school holidays and there's fewer screaming kids on the plane as well so it's a bonus all round!

centaurandrew

Have to disagree. We have been multiple times to Florida and we don't … Have to disagree. We have been multiple times to Florida and we don't have children. It's great to take advantage of these cheap deals outside of school holidays and there's fewer screaming kids on the plane as well so it's a bonus all round!



​Couldn't agree more great place for adults and more so if you enjoy theme parks

centaurandrew

Have to disagree. We have been multiple times to Florida and we don't … Have to disagree. We have been multiple times to Florida and we don't have children. It's great to take advantage of these cheap deals outside of school holidays and there's fewer screaming kids on the plane as well so it's a bonus all round!


Amen

Original Poster

What's going on? I've reported this as a duplicate thread hours ago.

pavel76

Copying post which is clearly visible on right side of HUKD main page … Copying post which is clearly visible on right side of HUKD main page ?... huge effort



​ Constant criticiser panel strikes again.

Yorkie1962

What's going on? I've reported this as a duplicate thread hours ago.



Who cares, take the heat.

oscarcat

Good price, but as usual during school term time ( September) , Generally … Good price, but as usual during school term time ( September) , Generally Florida is family holiday anyway ,Adults only would probably prefer go elsewhere and Florida with very young children ( pre school) is no holiday at all, with long flights and very busy Theme parks.



​another to disagree.. a little narrow minded comment.... Florida is so much more than Theme Parks.. Yeah agree Florida can be a family destination but then where isn't?? I've just come back from 2 weeks with just me.and my partner as exes had the kids.. brilliant time.. so much more to florida than theme parks too.. September is also one of the quietest times to go.. been in September many times and the parks are very quiet.... the weather is also great still...as for screaming kids on a plane..none cancelling headphones..sorted ;-)

Just a heads up, the included car hire does not include insurance or mandatory CDW, which you get absolutely raped for by Thompson/hire company etc when you pick up the car... Plus the generic expensive surcharges for drivers if you are under 25. It would still be cheaper arranging your own car hire with these fees included than paying the extra for this when you get there.

cactusjack86

Just a heads up, the included car hire does not include insurance or … Just a heads up, the included car hire does not include insurance or mandatory CDW, which you get absolutely raped for by Thompson/hire company etc when you pick up the car... Plus the generic expensive surcharges for drivers if you are under 25. It would still be cheaper arranging your own car hire with these fees included than paying the extra for this when you get there.


How much do you have to pay when you get there?

oscarcat

Good price, but as usual during school term time ( September) , Generally … Good price, but as usual during school term time ( September) , Generally Florida is family holiday anyway ,Adults only would probably prefer go elsewhere and Florida with very young children ( pre school) is no holiday at all, with long flights and very busy Theme parks.


Nonsense, me and the Missus go every year, we would not dream of going when the kids are there , spoiling it.

cactusjack86

Just a heads up, the included car hire does not include insurance or … Just a heads up, the included car hire does not include insurance or mandatory CDW, which you get absolutely raped for by Thompson/hire company etc when you pick up the car... Plus the generic expensive surcharges for drivers if you are under 25. It would still be cheaper arranging your own car hire with these fees included than paying the extra for this when you get there.



Or you could arrange your own insurance/CDW for next to nothing before you go

Edited by: "leebyron" 17th Aug 2016

Cheers to HP & the OP. Booked.
Perfect time for childless couples to visit.

leebyron

Or you could arrange your own insurance/CDW for next to nothing before … Or you could arrange your own insurance/CDW for next to nothing before you go



​Any current recommendations for this?
Not been for a few years & I'm out of the loop...

Stayed at the Clarion Inn last year (June). Unsure at first but turned out great fun and perfect location. Supermarket fairly close by for supplies and made full use of the shuttle service. Recommended.

surfer69

​Any current recommendations for this?Not been for a few years & I'm out o … ​Any current recommendations for this?Not been for a few years & I'm out of the loop...



carhireexcess.co.uk

ill go after i get my back payments for various benefits im due

surfer69

​Any current recommendations for this?Not been for a few years & I'm out o … ​Any current recommendations for this?Not been for a few years & I'm out of the loop...



I followed this from Money Saving Expert - moneysavingexpert.com/tra…ire

Searched their recommended sites and found the one that was the cheapest.. Think we paid about £30 for 17 days so not too bad at all.

tonijackson1460

it's a pity Virgin don't sell their left over seats at the price. great … it's a pity Virgin don't sell their left over seats at the price. great price from thomsons


Virgin is the worst airline to cross the Atlantic, went to Barbados with them 2 yrs ago, horrendously uncomfortable flight, food like supplied in Battersea dogs home!!

leebyron

Or you could arrange your own insurance/CDW for next to nothing before … Or you could arrange your own insurance/CDW for next to nothing before you go



Never knew that, glad you've pointed that out! I'll definitely be going that route in the future.

Banned

shame it starts after school.
how much is it term time ?​

What are the dates on this?

crap exchange rate £1 gives you 99 cents tourists rates !!!!!!!! can't live with that ,time was when America was $1.80 to one pound

cactusjack86

Never knew that, glad you've pointed that out! I'll definitely be going … Never knew that, glad you've pointed that out! I'll definitely be going that route in the future.



Has anyone actually had to claim with these insurance companies, Can't seem to find any info of experiences good or Bad.

Thanks to the OP.
Just back from a wonderful sun filled 2 weeks at a great hotel for an amazing price.
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