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Best hotel deals at Disneyland Paris

Saturday, May 24, 2014

A friend of ours recently asked us what are the cheapest accommodation offers for Disneyland Paris.

He meant both what are the cheapest hotels at Disneyland Paris, but also what are the best quality / price ration hotels in and around the adventure park.

After a bit of research, we are listing below the choices for accommodation at Disneyland Paris. We looked for hotels that are affordable, close to the parks, are clean and well maintained and thus, provide the basis for a great time at Disneyland Paris.

To put things into context, we looked for the best deals at Disneyland Paris for a family of four, during the upcoming summer school holidays.

There are basically two main solutions to decide on the best hotels at Disneyland Paris:

On-site hotels (owned and operated by the park)

Disneyland Paris does not mean only the park itself, but also the range of accommodation offering  called "Disney Hotels".

There are 7 such hotels, covering all tastes from the camping style wooden cabins at the Disney's David Crockett Ranch to the 5-star called Disneyland Hotel.

The best place to book these hotels is the Disneyland official website.

The advantage of booking Disney's own hotel is that you can find year-round packages offering accommodation on a half-board basis, but also free tickets for both parks (and free FastPass and Extra Magic Hours with some packages).

These are the prices for a 3-night stay for a family of four during the summer school holidays:

Disney's Hotel Santa Fe - £1,404 including park tickets and half-board. For approximately £50 per night, you can upgrade to a full-board basis (thus including all three meals of the day).

This hotel offers all the necessary room amenities for an enjoyable stay. The downside is that it does not have a swimming pool and the property is split between several buildings, some of them at quite a distance from the main building.

At the same price you can also book the Disney's Hotel Cheyenne, a Wild West themed hotel.

A better property is Disney's Sequoia Lodge, offering both an indoor and an outdoor pool. Go for the Golden Forest rooms for an improved experience. For the period we checked, prices were in the same range with the lower classified properties, so this one is definitely worth it.

The other Disney properties get more expensive as the star ranking increase, so it seems that Disney's Sequoia Lodge would be our choice for staying at one of the park's hotels.


Hotels outside the park

In this category, there is a greater palette for choice, starting from budget hotels like the Premiere Classe to premium properties such as the Radisson:

However, looking at all the options, it seems that the Explorers Hotel at Disneyland Paris*** is the best option from the pack. Total price was £407, breakfast included. Free internet, parking and shuttle to the parks. Tourists praise the indoor pool and the playing grounds for children.


Leave a comment at the end of this post to share which hotel you chose and why.

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