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Videopolis / Re: dlrpfans videos
« Last post by filipv on Today at 07:31:23 PM »
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Disneyland Paris Dining / Re: Hotel breakfast bookings
« Last post by Mushu_Stitch on Today at 04:55:46 PM »
When we've been before they asked us what time we wanted breakfast and gave us vouchers for that time slot to use each day of our visit. Admittedly this was before they started charging for breakfast but I assume it works the same as it did before. Checking in later in the day makes no difference to the time slot you get. We have always checked in around dinner time after a day in the parks and always been able to get the early slot so we can use the extra magic hours. You'd be surprised how many people opt for the later time and miss extra magic hours - not everyone are early birds!

The only thing I would say is that the time you are going might be the main influencing factor. We have always tried to stick with off peak but even going in May it is busy and we were able to get the early breakfast slots. If you are going during peak time then it could be more restrictive if they have given out all the early slots. Then again, we always found there is a never ending line of people coming in and at points seemed to be more people than seats so I am not sure how strict they are with the timings - think the time allocations is more to try and deter a mad rush of everyone in the hotel turning up at once.

I know I rambled a bit but ultimately I do not think it is something you need to worry about too much. But if checking in early and getting your breakfast times sorted sooner gives you peace of mind then do that - it will allow you to then enjoy the parks at least without it lingering at the back of your mind.

Hope that helps!  :D
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Been many times but recently priced it up....booked florida and stayed offsite. Just made no sense to spend so much on 4 days when with a little compromise we had two weeks in sunny Florida. It also meant that we could do universal also.
Horses for courses of course but the Paris prices are just getting silly
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Disneyland Paris Dining / Hotel breakfast bookings
« Last post by Marvel Mum on Yesterday at 03:53:55 PM »
Do we need to book a breakfast time at the Newport Bay Hotel? 

If so, is this at check-in?  Assume everyone wants a time to fit in with the Early Magic Hours. Therefore is it best to go and check in early rather than using the Disney Express service and checking in later after visiting the parks?

Thanks
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Videopolis / Re: dlrpfans videos
« Last post by filipv on November 12, 2019, 10:03:05 AM »
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Videopolis / Re: dlrpfans videos
« Last post by filipv on November 10, 2019, 11:23:22 AM »
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Iíve just done a quote for the same week in July 2020 but staying at the new Marvel themed hotel and the price I got was £3,200!!! If I want to stay a month later from August 10th for 4 nights it rises to £3,600!!!  Iím absolutely astounded at those prices. Iíve stayed twice before at DLH and never paid nowhere near that price. Iím beginning to think my days of going to Paris are over, especially if the yearly increase keeps going on at the current rate.
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Videopolis / Re: dlrpfans videos
« Last post by filipv on November 07, 2019, 10:06:26 AM »
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / DLH Valet Parking - HELP PLEASE
« Last post by Heracles1978 on November 07, 2019, 12:17:39 AM »
Iím off to DLH and driving there. Itís my first time at this hotel and noticed they offer Ďfreeí valet parking. Iíve never used valet parking before so could do with some tips, especially if itís worth doing or just parking myself.

Is it genuinely free? Do they expect a tip and if so, how much? When do you get your car keys back?

Any help genuinely appreciated as I donít want to appear to be a plum on arrival. Lol.

Thanks.
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Videopolis / Re: dlrpfans videos
« Last post by filipv on November 05, 2019, 10:12:02 AM »
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