How to book a Disneyland Paris Eurostar Package with tickets
By Helen Wright
Booking a trip to Disneyland Paris is very exciting. I have a DIY guide to planning Disneyland Paris, but there is an easier option to book if you want to keep things simple. Did you know, you can buy a complete Disneyland Paris Eurostar Package for your trip that includes transport, hotel and park tickets? Better still, attractiontickets.com, who I always recommend for theme park tickets, sell Eurostar to Disneyland Paris packages directly from their site. I had a look at the packages available and they can actually work out really good value.
How to find a Disneyland Paris Eurostar package from attractiontickets.com
It’s not immediately clear on the website that attractiontickets.com sell Disneyland Paris Eurostar package deals, but I will show you below how to find exactly what you need. If you decide not to travel to on the Eurostar to Disneyland Paris and choose to drive or fly instead, you can purchase a park + hotel-only package as well. But, what is the easiest and cheapest way to buy your Disneyland Paris Eurostar package? Let’s take a look:
Is it best to book a Disneyland Paris Eurostar package or do everything separately? Eurostar to Disneyland Paris
I am usually an advocate of booking everything separately, but for a short trip it can work out more or less the same price and with minimal effort. Plus, everyone knows there’s a lot to think about when booking a Disney trip, so I’m a fan of anything that can simplify the process.
For a price comparison, I compared a Disneyland Paris Eurostar package on attractiontickets.com with the same trip, booked separately, and the results are in:
A Disneyland Paris package for two adults and two children, including Eurostar tickets from London St Pancras, a two-night stay in Disney Hotel Cheyenne and 3-day-2-park tickets at attractiontickets.com was £1793.21
(Plus until November 27th you will receive a free Disney gift card of up to €75 Disney Spending Money to use on food or merchandise and 10 free photographic prints*)
Booked separately, the same room at Disney Hotel Cheyenne with 3-day-2-park tickets was £1339.21
(You also receive the 10 free photo prints).
Return tickets on Eurostar.com for two adults and two children were £447.84
This came in at £1787.05.
The DIY price was only £6 cheaper than the Disneyland Paris Eurostar package with tickets, however, when you book a hotel and ticket at the same time with the same company, this counts legally as a ‘package’ under the Package Travel Regulations. With a package, your money is financially protected. This means, that in the unlikely event that the company you booked with ceases to trade, funds will be there so you can carry on with your holiday as planned, or receive a full refund instead. This applies whether you paid by credit card or by other means. So, when you book a hotel and ticket package you know you’re in safe hands.
*based on the same travel dates, 24th-26th October and correct at time of publishing (Aug 2023)
How to book the Eurostar to Disneyland Paris at attractiontickets.com
The page to book Eurostar to Disneyland Paris packages from attractiontickets.com is not always that obvious, so follow these steps to make sure you get to the right place. From the homepage, select ‘Onsite hotels’ and then ‘Disneyland Paris Hotels’. A blue box will be shown alongside the current deal and there is a small tab in that box that says ‘Hotel+Tickets+Eurostar’. Select that option and put in the dates and guests that you want to be included with your Disneyland Paris Eurostar package.
Once you have purchased your Disneyland Paris Eurostar package, you will receive an email with your Eurostar ticket reference and a code to link your family park tickets and hotel reservation to the official Disneyland Paris app. The cool thing about Disneyland Paris hotels is that you can actually check in in advance . Once at the hotel, you can collect your Magic Pass and go directly to your room when it is ready. Just make sure all your reservations and tickets are linked in the app before you travel, which you can do seven days before your trip.
Is it worth staying at a Disneyland Paris hotel?
Being onsite does come with perks that guests in other hotels or Airbnb properties don’t receive. The most rewarding perk is the Extra Magic Time, meaning Disney Hotel guests can get into the Disney Parks an hour before the regular ticket holders. Travelling with my six and three-year-old, the Extra Magic Hour was fully utilised. We stayed at Disney Hotel Cheyenne and since the kids wake up early, we were some of the first guests in the park and we managed to ride three attractions and get some pictures before the gates even opened.
We also liked the fact we could go back to the hotel to chill between a busy day at the Disney Parks and the evening fireworks, which in mid-summer do not start until it gets dark at 10pm. It’s great for travelling with younger kids and babies because they can go back to the hotel to nap if necessary.
Benefits of the Disneyland Paris Eurostar package with the Disneyland Paris Meal Plan
Booking a Disneyland Paris Eurostar package and staying on property at a Disney Hotel also means you can take advantage of the Disneyland Paris Meal Plans. This is only available to hotel guests and can save money on food and drink during your trip. Find out more about the meal plans here.
We had a great time on our recent visit to Disneyland Paris and it was so easy to find a package with attractiontickets.com. I worked with attractiontickets.com to put this post together, but I was not paid to promote the benefits of booking Disneyland Paris Eurostar packages. As always, all opinions remain my own.
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