We have teamed up with Eurostar to bring you these offers to Disneyland Paris. Travel from London on the Eurostar train service to Disneyland Paris and enjoy a magical holiday at Disneyland Paris.
Hot tip! Direct Eurostar trains only run once a day from London St Pancras to Disneyland Paris Marne-la-Vallée – Chessy Railway Station departing on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Select 'direct routes only'.
Make yourself at home in one of the 820 guestrooms, featuring kitchenettes and beautifully furnished rooms including private balconies or patios. Package includes;
√ Eurostar included
√ Accommodation for 2 to 12 people
√ One of the largest heated water parks in Europe
√ Many family activites* including pony riding, escape rooms, children's farm, mini golf, bowling, archery, boat rides, sauna & spa (*some activities will be at an extra cost)
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Opened in 1992, and accompanied by the new state-of-the-art Walt Disney™ Studios Park ten years later, Disneyland Paris is one of the leading family attractions in Europe, welcoming more than 15 million visitors each year. In fact, approximately half of all tourists come from abroad, and around two million arrive from the UK.
This phenomenal theme park is renowned for its adrenaline-infusing Space Mountain ride, and has many world-class hotels and fantastic boutiques. Disneyland Park is overlooked by the majestic Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant and is well-known for its Discoveryland, inspired by the great European philosophers. The park is also noted for its American-themed Main Street attraction, Wild West Frontierland, exotic Adventureland, and Fantasyland, and organises the magnificent Disney Dreams! fireworks and laser show each night.
Dominated by the prominent Earffel Tower, The Walt Disney Studios Park is the home of the Toon Studio, where people can see what it's like to be a Disney character in an animated movie. The park is also acclaimed for its Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy motion-themed ride, Crush's Coaster roller coaster, and magic carpet ride called the Flying Carpets Over Agrabah, and is the location of the Walt Disney Studios Store.
For some delicious food with table services menus, you could visit the Manhattan Restaurant, the Blue Lagoon Restaurant, the Beaver Creek Tavern and many more top-notch restaurants serving all kinds of cuisines to suit all appetites. Disneyland Parks also has plenty of other restaurants providing buffet services, such as the Crockett's Tavern, Cape Cod, and the Parkside Diner, and various fast food establishments, such as Annette's Diner Take Out and L'Arbre Enchanté.
One of the most sought-after hotels for holidays in Disneyland Paris is, as you might expect, the Disneyland Hotel, a magical, luxury venue with immaculate furnishings and instant access to the park. Other highly rated accommodation establishments include the Disney's Hotel New York and the Disney's Sequoia Lodge.
If you have the time, you could consider spending the day or the afternoon in the City of Lights, Paris, just a one-hour journey away. Admire the intrinsic medieval tapestry of Notre Dame Cathedral, or take the lift to the top of the Eiffel Tower for outstanding views of the city. However, you may prefer to just sit back and relax at Paris' delightful cafés, some of the most famous of which are La Caféothèque (coffee library) near l'Hôtel de Ville and the historic Cafés Verlet on rue Saint-Honoré.