Disneyland Paris

Found 8th Mar 2007
Am looking to take my kids to Disneyland Paris anytime during the school holidays.

Want to stay in one of the resort hotels - but not fussed which one.

Dont want to drive so either flying or Eurostar. Want to go for 4 days.

Anyone know of any good deals?

Apologies if I have done somethging wrong - this is my first thread.
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2 adults 2 kids (6 & 3)

Where have you stayed?
hi try the search facility on this site as it has een discussed a few times and the deals are always changing
think booking yourself direct is the most cost effective way
i stayed in movenpick dream castle and it was great (kids liked it too)
Check out this thread


It is also worth contacting Disneyland Paris Direct and see what their best price is then see what your local travel agent will do it for.

If you fly to Charles De Galle airport there is a Disney Bus that run regularly and will drop you and pick you up at the hotel, think it was about 12 euros return the last time I used it.

I stayed in the New York hotel last time I was there, it was really nice and a few minutes walk from the park. Newport Bay is also really nice.
When I booked to go to Disney Paris, I booked the hotel with Disney's own website and bought the Eurostar tickets from Eurostar themselves.

It was a pretty good deal, was something like £200 for the hotel and £58 for tickets.

It does depend on what time you go, but you should check it out.
We went in October last year and stayed in the Sequoia Lodge. (2 adults, 1 child). It was really nice. 5-10 minute stroll to the parks. We booked the package with Eurostar and then got the park tickets from another company.

Disney are now also doing children under 7 stay free and eat free as part of their 15th anniversary.

It was a fantastic break and we all really enjoyed it. :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :roll:
Anyone know if this is a good price?

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Kids under 7 Stay & Play Free
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EuroStar tickets around £129

Insurance £40
We just booked disney and did some web searching for cheap deals.

Eventually booked a gite for a week for 350 Euros.

One of my friends stayed at the Holiday Inn. I think she paid about 50 pounds a night. She said there were shuttle buses to take you in and out of the park. I assume this is the place.


Tickets more expensive via disney than other sites.
Seems they get more expensive if you book them from April. Since they are valid for a year I assume this is just a seasonal thing.

BTW The Telegraph had Eurotunnel deal going this week. 90 return for two. I probably still have a few of the code words if needed.

Anyone know if this is a good price?797.00 GBP[/SIZE][/FONT] for 4 … Anyone know if this is a good price?797.00 GBP[/SIZE][/FONT] for 4 person(s) [FONT=Arial, Geneva][SIZE=1](this price includes tax)[/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=1][/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]kids 6-11[/SIZE][/FONT]EuroStar tickets around £129Insurance £40

Seems a good price to me, had a quick look round and it is cheaper than any of the other options I looked at.

Shop around for insurance though, you will get it cheaper than that.

My family and I go to Disney two or three times a year and have used both the packages and done the trip independently.

The last time we went we did it on our own and paid

£39 for the crossing norfolk line with car to Dunkirk (just as quick as calais)
£69 PER ROOM at the explorers hotel (room sleeps 4 people) look at the hotels own website direct
107€ (approx £75) for the entrance tickets-adult price this is for 1 Years worth of entry my son who is 11 was 97€, only days you cant go are christmas day new years day oct 31st I think there were about 10 days you couldnt get in unless you are staying in a Disney Hotel. PLUS you get 10% discount in the shops and restaurants.
Petrol £100.

TOTAL £420 for 3 nights PLUS free entry for the rest of the year

I am not saying you will always get these prices sometimes we have to pay £100 per night for the hotel (we use either the Holiday Inn or Explorers, Movenpick Dream castle is sometimes even cheaper) but it is definitely worth pricing it up this way to see how it compares to the kids free option.

Personally didnt like the Cheyenne or the Davey Crocket Ranch we find the offsite hotels are just as good and they all have pools. The buses run often we have never had a problem.

If you make it have a great time:)

Seems a good price to me, had a quick look round and it is cheaper than … Seems a good price to me, had a quick look round and it is cheaper than any of the other options I looked at.Shop around for insurance though, you will get it cheaper than that.

I got annual European travel cover for £42-£45 from [url]www.direct-travel.co.uk[/url]
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