disneyland paris break

    looking 4 a 3nite/4 day break (not in Feb half term/peak season) for 2 adults+2kids+1 infant, can any1 recomend the best price via eurostar, kids under12 stay/play/travel free?
    mnay thnx


    Best deals are direct with Disney.

    I am going on the 9th March Mon- Fri staying in disneyy sequoia lodge it was £369 ish and I paid a £200 for food because didnt want hubby to moan at the cost of food all week hehe
    I am driving nut i think eurostar is about £160 ish extra.

    i found booking direct with disney was best as i got £40 odd quidco when it comes through as it didnt track (so bear that in mind) but also Co-op were good really good and the same price and they will also book your eurostar

    Original Poster

    g8 thnx

    Went to Santa Fe in Nov for c£300 for 2 adults and 2 kids. Would definatley recommend it! They serve an eat as much as you want continental breakfast. A lot of people there were using the rolls, cheese and ham to make their own rolls for lucnch in the park. At the time I thought they were a load of cheapskates....then I saw the price of food in the park. Be warned, they charge a fortune for food in the park.

    Santa Fe do an excellent eat as much as you want buffet in the evening, if you have small kids, just buy 2 buffet passes for the adults and sneak some food back to the table for the little uns!:thumbsup:

    Go direct through Disney as suggested!

    if your in the nhs you can get a discount, simply by quoting NHS when calling them, more info on

    I booked New York hotel for 3 nights Half board and breakfast and tickets for £410 for two adults, hopefully half board will save us when were there.

    they didnt tell me anything about bringing id or anything when checking in, but ill bring my payslip incase
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