If your kids have coped brilliantly during this lockdown, one of the finest ways to reward them is to find the perfect All-inclusive holidays Disneyland Paris and gift them an adventure of a lifetime. Every child craves a Disney adventure and An-inclusive Holiday to Disneyland Paris will be exactly what you and the kids need to rekindle your childish side, get back your sanity and explore like you never have. For many children, it will be the perfect gift after what they have endured during this lock-down.
Best time to visit for your All-inclusive Holidays Disneyland Paris
When Is the Best Time for an all-inclusive Holidays Disneyland Paris?
According to the Disneyland Paris crowd calendar, the Disneyland Park is likely to be open after July 15 with reduced service. I will subscribe to going during the Autumn/Winter months (September, October, November, January, February and March) for the best All-inclusive Holidays Disneyland Paris experience.
The Half-term School Holidays in October will be the best time to visit Disneyland Paris. Alternatively, if you prefer a weekend away, then the Autumn months (September through November) will be the best time to visit.
If you are planning to visit Disneyland Paris next year, consider going during the February Half-term School Holidays, hopefully, the park will be at full capacity. The May Half term Holidays, Summer holidays and Christmas holidays are favourite times to visit Disneyland Paris because of the variety of intentional and well-planned themes around these holidays.
I have written a complete guide to how to travel to Disneyland Paris from the UK.
Choosing the most friendly-family way to travel for your all-inclusive holidays Disneyland Paris will be down to your preference. After trying at least 10 ways to travel to Disneyland, Paris, in my opinion, the best value way to travel from London to Disneyland Paris as a family is through flying from any of the London Airports. I particularly liked flying from London Heathrow to Charles de Gaulle airport using points to get Business Class seats for the family on British Airways.
Flying with British Airways comes with class and just for the 55 minutes flight, you will be served with great attention and detail. I also enjoyed flying with Easy-Jet from London Southend during the Summer for our all-inclusive holidays in Disneyland Paris. London Southend airport was less busy and it is a great choice for families.
When you arrive at Charles de Gaulle Airport Paris, you have the option to rent a car or use the RER trains to head to Disneyland. If you decide to rent a car, depending on the hotel or resort you have booked, you will need an additional 40 minutes to drive from Charles de Gaulle airport to Disneyland. This will not be a problem if you have young children with you. You really don’t want to be struggling with your kids and luggage on the train.
If you are spending 3 days or less, I will recommend travelling light and using the RER trains to get to the best of your all-inclusive holidays in Disneyland Paris. However, there is free parking at the hotels and resorts if you decide to rent a car for your convenience.
- Family-friendly options – quick flight times, frequent and more convenient for the family.
- Cheap flight tickets – Flying from London to Disneyland Paris will give you the best value if you use points to buy your tickets and use the RER trains to get to your resort.
- Additional costs if you need to rent a car
£55 per person return.
Best place to Stay for your All-Inclusive Holidays Disneyland Paris
Disneyland Paris has about 6 hotels and 2 resorts within close proximity to Disneyland Park. The hotels are:
- Disneyland Hotel
- Disney’s Santa Fe Hotel
- Disney’s Newport Bay
- Disney Sequoia lodge
- Disney hotel Cheyenne
- Disney’s Hotel New York
Disney Resorts are:
- Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch
- Les Villages Nature Paris.
We had stayed at Disney’s Davy Crockett thrice and stayed at Disneyland Hotel once. We had dinners at Disney’s Santa Fe and Disney’s Newport Bay. The best place to stay for your all-inclusive holiday to Disneyland Paris is Disneyland Hotel.
Disneyland Hotel is a luxury hotel that is located just 5 minutes walk to Disneyland Park. It offers the finest Disneyland Luxury and free self-parking facilities.
Dining During your All-inclusive Holidays Disneyland Paris
If you choose a full board package for your all-inclusive holidays, you will get to dine at different restaurants in the park and at Disneyland Hotels. We particularly like the Agbran Cafe Restaurant which offered Middle Eastern dishes.
Packages for your All-Inclusive Holidays Disneyland Paris
There are several packages you can choose and combine for your all inclusive holidays to Disneyland Paris. The package ticket that will get you into the two parks will cost a child £130.50 and £141:50 for adults. (Prices in GBP.)
There are three different price classes: Mini, Magic, and Super Magic. Basically, the prices change based on dates. For weekends and around holidays, you will probably have to pay more for a Magic or Super Magic ticket. Make sure to select the number of days, two park option for your ticket so you can get into both parks.
For your all-inclusive holidays Disneyland Paris, 3 to 4 days is enough time to do everything you might want to do. If you are staying at the Disneyland Paris Hotel Parks, you have the advantage to wander through the park earlier than everyone else. The best thing about Disneyland Paris is that there are two parks. Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studio Park. These parks are located just about five minutes walk from each other.
Best things to do during your All-Inclusive Holidays Disneyland Paris
For a great start to your all-inclusive Holidays Disneyland Paris, download the Disneyland Paris mobile app where you’ll be able to see the map with information about the available attractions and their waiting times. You can also filter through the attractions you want to see first and which ones have FastPass. FastPass is a ticket that takes you straight through a different entrance to the front of the queues. With your all-inclusive package, it’s best you choose the FastPass option. The benefits include:
- Shorter queues which the Disneyland Paris mobile app will indicate to you.
- Scanning your ticket at the FastPass machines – the FastPass ticket is allocated automatically.
- FastPass tickets will show you what time you can take another one so you can wander through the park, go for lunch or do something else while you wait.
Where do you start in the parks?
Disneyland Paris has two parks. Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park. I will suggest you start at Walt Disney Studios Park because it offers kids-friendly shows, mini character parade, displays and attractions that have limited waiting times. The official Disneyland Paris ticket or an e-ticket is needed to get into the parks. Top tip: Scan the e-ticket to a PDF on your phone.