Two-night Disneyland® Paris two-park tickets, breakfast and flights £149 @ wowcher
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Two-night Disneyland® Paris two-park tickets, breakfast and flights £149 @ wowcher

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Edited by:"ozkerrizo"Found 24th Jan
From £149pp (from Super Escapes Travel) for a two-night Disneyland Paris stay for two adults and either one or two children with breakfast, entry tickets and return flights - save up to 30%

  • Where: Marne-la-Vallee, Paris, France.
  • Tickets: Enjoy one-day two-park entry to Disneyland® Park and Walt Disney Studios®!
  • From: Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Manchester, Birmingham and Leeds Bradford.
  • Travel period: Travel on selected dates until 30th June 2018.
  • What's included: A two-night Disneyland Paris stay, breakfast and return flights.
  • Accommodation: Stay in a studio room at the Kyriad Hotel à Disneyland Paris
  • Price is per person based on two adults and either one or two children sharing a room.
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Original Poster
It’s only 4 miles from the hotel to Disneyland Paris. Takes 11 odd mins give or take in a cab or if you drive yourself, I have a cab number that I used when I was there was pretty cheap about €7.50 there and €7.50 back if any one wants the number dm me.
Edited by: "ozkerrizo" 24th Jan
I just called to check the flight times for the 30th June, flying from Manchester (which should be the advertised £149pp price) however the total cost came to £1809 for 6 people - 4A and 2C - ie £300pp. Not good. I don't know what was going on in the back but there was a lot of noise, phones ringing, people shouting.. It sounded extremely chaotic, which gave me cause for concern. We went last year during Feb half term, and paid roughly the same amount however we were in the Sequoia Lodge, so this 'deal' isn't exactly what I should consider a good deal. Not the op's fault but just thought I'd let people know that the advertised price is anything but.
The only benefit of this post was to highlight for me to never book anything via wowcher or super escapes or whever they are called. Rang through to a number, screaming and shouting in the background, asked for the price and he said £899, i said i thought it was £149 pp and he hung up, bravo lol what a joke
Everyone please note : Advertised price - FROM £149pp
voted cold due to ambiguous pricing and only one day park ticket
Edited by: "Toptrumpet" 24th Jan
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Transfers not included ?
Hotel is outside the park.
Looking to go BUT rubbish dates+ factor in transfers £100+, leave it thanks.
Original Poster
It’s only 4 miles from the hotel to Disneyland Paris. Takes 11 odd mins give or take in a cab or if you drive yourself, I have a cab number that I used when I was there was pretty cheap about €7.50 there and €7.50 back if any one wants the number dm me.
Edited by: "ozkerrizo" 24th Jan
This is an awesome offer, really considering it, thanks OP
ozkerrizo13 m ago

It’s only 4 miles from the hotel to Disneyland Paris. Takes 11 odd mins g …It’s only 4 miles from the hotel to Disneyland Paris. Takes 11 odd mins give or take in a cab or if you drive yourself, I have a cab number that I used when I was there was pretty cheap about €7.50 there and €7.50 back if any one wants the number dm me.


Kyriad is on the park shuttle route, so you can just get that free as well
a one day ticket?

  • Tickets: Enjoy one-day two-park entry to Disneyland® Park and Walt Disney Studios®!
Rona7do46 m ago

Looking to go BUT rubbish dates+ factor in transfers £100+, leave it …Looking to go BUT rubbish dates+ factor in transfers £100+, leave it thanks.


You can get the train for about €14 to the park fro the airport, and the free shuttle from the park to the hotel.. drop bags off.. and jump straight back on the same shuttle if you are lucky straight to the park, or get the next one they are every 20 mins and free.

If you can live out of a small backpack.. you can store it in guest services at the park and not bother going to the hotel until the park closes..
Edited by: "sambartle_theone" 24th Jan
Banned
wow ! We are considering it offer
RAFAVDV7 m ago

a one day ticket?Tickets: Enjoy one-day two-park entry to Disneyland® Park …a one day ticket?Tickets: Enjoy one-day two-park entry to Disneyland® Park and Walt Disney Studios®!


Its still just about possible to do in one day if you are happy to miss a few of the rides,and sightsee at speed for the shops and general park .. 2 days is more comfortable thogh and gives you a bit of browsing time which is always good as theres a fair bit to see outside of the attractions.
Edited by: "sambartle_theone" 24th Jan
What if I don't have any kids to take? Can I get the deal anyway?
this is amazing! thanks for posting.
I just called to check the flight times for the 30th June, flying from Manchester (which should be the advertised £149pp price) however the total cost came to £1809 for 6 people - 4A and 2C - ie £300pp. Not good. I don't know what was going on in the back but there was a lot of noise, phones ringing, people shouting.. It sounded extremely chaotic, which gave me cause for concern. We went last year during Feb half term, and paid roughly the same amount however we were in the Sequoia Lodge, so this 'deal' isn't exactly what I should consider a good deal. Not the op's fault but just thought I'd let people know that the advertised price is anything but.
The only benefit of this post was to highlight for me to never book anything via wowcher or super escapes or whever they are called. Rang through to a number, screaming and shouting in the background, asked for the price and he said £899, i said i thought it was £149 pp and he hung up, bravo lol what a joke
Spent 30 minutes on the phone trying to find the best price on numerous dates, loads of noise, shouting, phones, etc in the background and found it hard to hear what the sales assistant was saying. He said their systems are crashing and took my number and said he’ll ring me back in 10 minutes... that was almost an hour ago.

I’ve voted hot as it’s a cracking price, just a heads up that the chances of getting it at that price are slim. The company seems a bit crappy to me too, but if I got the price I wanted I would have booked it, so good luck to anyone trying
Everyone please note : Advertised price - FROM £149pp
voted cold due to ambiguous pricing and only one day park ticket
Edited by: "Toptrumpet" 24th Jan
Yes I agree with other posters - extremely chaotic background noise, honestly shouting as if they were fighting in the background
If you're on a budget then fair enough but this hotel is dreadful, We've stayed here years ago and then in the Disney hotels every time since, there is no comparison, being in the Disney hotel which is walking distance also allows you to go back if it rains and wait it out or just nip back for a quick nap or bite to eat. Just my 2 cents
Edited by: "you_gotta_be_kidding" 24th Jan
What train do you get from
CDG?
I won't bother then. Seems they can't handle any calls but just want the money.
I've been pricing up a trip to Disney World (Florida) for 2 adults and four kids - working out around £1200 pp for a fortnight - never occurred to me to go for 2 nights! Thanks OP, now I just have to figure out the times (eww and the connections from Belfast!)
sambartle_theone6 h, 18 m ago

You can get the train for about €14 to the park fro the airport, and the f …You can get the train for about €14 to the park fro the airport, and the free shuttle from the park to the hotel.. drop bags off.. and jump straight back on the same shuttle if you are lucky straight to the park, or get the next one they are every 20 mins and free.If you can live out of a small backpack.. you can store it in guest services at the park and not bother going to the hotel until the park closes..


There's a train station at the airport ?
you_gotta_be_kidding9 h, 45 m ago

If you're on a budget then fair enough but this hotel is dreadful, We've …If you're on a budget then fair enough but this hotel is dreadful, We've stayed here years ago and then in the Disney hotels every time since, there is no comparison, being in the Disney hotel which is walking distance also allows you to go back if it rains and wait it out or just nip back for a quick nap or bite to eat. Just my 2 cents


I disagree we have stayed there twice and whilst the rooms are small it’s clean has good staff and is on the shuttle route we had breakfast included which was better than Disney. We have stayed at sequoia which was brilliant, Santa Fe which was so bad we got our money back and Cheyenne which whilst nice the walls are paper thin and with creaky wooden floorboards very noisy at night. I would rather stay at magic circus which imho is better than all the Disneyland Paris hotels I have stayed at but there is nothing wrong with Kyriad what do you think made it dreadful
Terrible hotel! Customer service awful..unclean and unsafe rooms for kids. Check out reviews on TripAdvisor before. Would never stay at this hotel again.
Cold after reading the many comments about wowcher not honouring the price and having a chaotic phone experience. Not worth the hassle in my opinion; good price though.
Edited by: "2minutenoodles" 25th Jan
Any recommendations for buying from somewhere easier? My son's 10th birthday on the 13th Feb, so thinking of a birthday/valentine break for two nights. Any good deals?
any recommendations for park ticket discounts/cheap tickets? the going rate for summer seems to be £130 for adults for 3 days 2 parks or 117 for adults for 2 days 2 parks.
I called them today. The operator was friendly, polite and helpful. Its a call center so obviously some noise is expected although he tried to minimize it while looking for flights for me. The dates available for this deal are given on the page of the deal. You have to click on the "Full Details" tab. This deal is only valid for these dates and for the time shown. He told me you MUST come back after 2 nights 1 day for this deal to work. But I wanted to stay longer. I told him I want the deal but if he can give me a later return flight and I would arrange my own accommodation for the remaining days nearer to Paris city center. But he either did not understand what I meant or did not want me to get accommodation on my own so he just hung up. He was giving me EasyJet flights, 10kg luggage allowance and 8 nights in the same hotel for £799 for 2 people. If anyone is interested, he gave me his name (Nathan) and direct number (01386298002). However, since I have been able to find a 7 nights stay in Paris near Gare du Nord station + 1 day Disney tickets + Eurostar return tickets for 2 for under £550, so I will not call him back as this is more convenient for me than staying for the entire trip all the way out in Marne-la-Vallee and trying to pack lightly to avoid surcharge on overweight luggage.
1princessz121 h, 52 m ago

I called them today. The operator was friendly, polite and helpful. Its a …I called them today. The operator was friendly, polite and helpful. Its a call center so obviously some noise is expected although he tried to minimize it while looking for flights for me. The dates available for this deal are given on the page of the deal. You have to click on the "Full Details" tab. This deal is only valid for these dates and for the time shown. He told me you MUST come back after 2 nights 1 day for this deal to work. But I wanted to stay longer. I told him I want the deal but if he can give me a later return flight and I would arrange my own accommodation for the remaining days nearer to Paris city center. But he either did not understand what I meant or did not want me to get accommodation on my own so he just hung up. He was giving me EasyJet flights, 10kg luggage allowance and 8 nights in the same hotel for £799 for 2 people. If anyone is interested, he gave me his name (Nathan) and direct number (01386298002). However, since I have been able to find a 7 nights stay in Paris near Gare du Nord station + 1 day Disney tickets + Eurostar return tickets for 2 for under £550, so I will not call him back as this is more convenient for me than staying for the entire trip all the way out in Marne-la-Vallee and trying to pack lightly to avoid surcharge on overweight luggage.


How much were your Eurostar tickets?
ozkerrizo24th Jan

It’s only 4 miles from the hotel to Disneyland Paris. Takes 11 odd mins g …It’s only 4 miles from the hotel to Disneyland Paris. Takes 11 odd mins give or take in a cab or if you drive yourself, I have a cab number that I used when I was there was pretty cheap about €7.50 there and €7.50 back if any one wants the number dm me.


I would appreciate the taxi number please if possible as we go in March thanks
jasonlui26th Jan

How much were your Eurostar tickets?


£196 return for 2.
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