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Meal Plans Half Board & Full Board options and information

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Disneyland Paris Meal Plans can be booked with Disney Hotel packages, giving you meal vouchers for Full Board or Half Board that can be redeemed at a wide selection of restaurants across the resort.

The Meal Plans come in tiered options ranging in price Hotel, Standard, Plus and Premium with more (and higher quality) restaurants included with each step up.

Find current prices, further details and a full Meal Plan restaurant listing here.
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Standard full board
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2012, 10:26:58 PM »
Hi
We are going to DLP for the first time with children ( ages 5,3 and 1) on the 26th October for 4 nights staying at the santa fe. We have paid for the full board standard and a bit confused about where to eat. I have found the list of what restaurants we can use but not sure which ones are best for lunch and dinner? Would appreciate any help!!!!

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Re: Standard full board
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2012, 04:57:37 PM »
Based on Plus full board, you should choose for the lowest value voucher (they indicate it as "lunch voucher", but you can use it whenever) a counter service restaurant (e.g. Toad Hall, Au Chalet de la Marionette, Fuente del Oro...) they have cheaper, fast food menus.
For highest value voucher ("dinner voucher", but, again, you can use this for lunch if you prefer) you may choose a buffet service restaurant or a table service restaurant.
In both cases if your bill exceeds the vouchers value you may pay the difference in euros.
Please note that you don't need to eat only the menus available for standard vouchers as most restaurants accept them for their face value (except for MacDonalds and a few others i don't recall right now!).
Also your little one (1 y old) won't receive any meal voucher, as they are only assigned to children over 3 years old. But there is plenty of food and more than enough to share with older children/parents.


I hope this was helpful!
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Voucher issues
« Reply #3 on: October 18, 2012, 12:55:36 PM »
My Dad has recently booked Disney Holiday with meal vouchers as he lives in france he did this in a french travel agent.
All the details he got back are correct and he's showing as premiere.

Trouble is he's just got the vouchers and it says Buffet on them not premiere he's called disney but they did not understand him.
What are the vouchers meant to say on them.
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HB standard - best places to use?
« Reply #4 on: October 19, 2012, 05:01:44 PM »
Hi we will be going to DLP 13-17th december and are going HB standard, my son is 2 when we get there but turns 3 on the 16th and we have booked cafe mickey charcter meal for lunch that day

any recomendations for the other restuarants we can use on our meal plan would be greatly appreciated:

    plaza gardens
    silver spur steakhouse
    agrabah cafe
    restaurant des stars
    annettes diner
    la grange billy bob
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Re: HB standard - best places to use?
« Reply #5 on: October 20, 2012, 08:41:12 PM »
Plaza gardens, everytime.  Restaurant des stars is good, esp. if he like sRatatouille,  from my experience Billy bobs was very crowded - not great for a calm meal with a small child, and the dessert options there weren't as varied. The main thing is to book in advance, even on the day as you can stand around waiting for a long time otherwise.  
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Re: HB standard - best places to use?
« Reply #6 on: October 20, 2012, 10:28:24 PM »
Hi
I would also say the plaza gardens and restaurant des stars we are quite fussy and there was something for everyone in both of these and chef Remy was very cute. :)
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Re: HB standard - best places to use?
« Reply #7 on: October 20, 2012, 10:51:47 PM »
Thanks for that :) yeah he loves remi although I just think he's gonna be in amazement at everything! He keeps asking everyday if its time to go the Disney castle yet xx
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Newport Bay 23-27 Dec 2015 - I only went and got engaged ON CHRISTMAS DAY IN DISNEYLAND ❤❤❤ 1st in the park on Boxing Day too ... amazeballs

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Re: HB standard - best places to use?
« Reply #8 on: October 20, 2012, 11:16:54 PM »
I preferred RDS to PG last visit, RDS just seemed to have the edge on the variety of food, although I absolutely love PG for ambience, RDS is more like a school canteen IMHO.  Both of these are buffets if I had 2 days vouchers I'd choose 1 of the buffets and Annette's is always on our list of must do's anyway.  :D
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Going tonight! Does anyone have any half board vouchers
« Reply #9 on: November 26, 2012, 05:39:14 AM »
Morning All,
I'm going tonight :D
Does anyone have any half board vouchers, which expire before their next visit?
Thanks,
Nathan :?:
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Mealplans yes or no?
« Reply #10 on: December 10, 2012, 01:54:27 PM »
I am not sure if the mealplans are a good option, does it really makes the difference in spending?
Never took it before, but now i am in doubt  :lol:

To be clear, what do you guys advice on it? Is it worth buying in advance?
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Re: Meaplans yes or no?
« Reply #11 on: December 10, 2012, 05:56:26 PM »
I think it only helps you knowing how much you will spend in advance, but you don't save money with the plan.  If you want to control your budget before going, go for it.
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Re: Meaplans yes or no?
« Reply #12 on: December 10, 2012, 07:54:34 PM »
I think it helps in the sense that your food is all paid for in advance, BUT, you save UP TO 10% with the vouchers, we went for the standard ones, but if you go for the premium or plus ones and then choose to eat in a buffet style restaurant you actually end up losing money.  I think you're better off budgeting for food, you can see all the menus and prices on the dlrp website, so you can plan fairly well, and making reservations where you want to eat, but paying cash.  Remember the prices you are looking at on the menus are in euros, not punds, so comparing that with voucher value aswell, I think it's much better to pay when you get there.
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Re: Meaplans yes or no?
« Reply #13 on: December 10, 2012, 07:56:27 PM »
Another negative in my opinion was that when we checked in and got our vouchers we were told that if we lost them, there was absolutely no insurance/replacement.  I must of checked about 5 times a day to make sure I still had them, alternatively if you keep them in your room, and just take out the ones you need daily, but forget one day, you've no choice but to pay cash.
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Re: Mealplans yes or no?
« Reply #14 on: December 11, 2012, 01:53:31 PM »
No other experiences with the mealplans?  Or an opinion about them  :oops: ?
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