Money Saving Tips for Visiting Eurodisney


Book Eurodisney hotels online

Online bookings offer better deals and you will be able to compare prices on the many Eurodisney hotels near Eurodisney. Many of the cheaper hotels are not available through the established travel agents, and operate only online to keep their costs down. By booking online you will be able to visit on the days that you want, allowing you to choose a less popular time.

Visit off-season

Visit Eurodisney during weekdays or outside the busy summer holiday months. The autumn and spring months are still sunny and warm in France. You will be able to book cheaper Eurodisney hotel deals, and find great offers and packages that will save you a lot of money. Eurodisney has special parties during Halloween and Christmas and re-decorates the whole site.

Do your own shopping

Go shopping at the nearby supermarkets and keep food in your room. Stock snacks, fruit, juices and water in your room. They don’t require a fridge and provide a quick snack between meals. This means great savings on the overall costs of your trips as the Eurodisney hotels will shamelessly charge you for everything.

Eat breakfast

Free buffet breakfast is included in all Disney’s hotels room prices. Most hotels offer a good breakfast to suit all tastes ranging from continental to full English. Eat a hearty breakfast, and it will keep you going the whole day. For example the Premier Classe hotels offer a full English breakfast for as little as €4.95. A good, filling breakfast will mean less snacking, avoiding the expensive on-resort restaurants, and less crankiness due to low blood sugar.

Book a self-catering Eurodisney hotel

A self-catering Eurodisney hotel will help you save a lot of money. You will be able to stock food over your stay, prepare sandwiches for the day and avoid the pricey restaurants in the park. Self-catering is a good choice if you’re travelling with children or a large group of people. Good choices for self-catering near Eurodisney is Disney’s Davy Crockett’s Ranch with it’s cosy log cabins, and the Citea Torcy hotel with microwave ovens, fridges and kitchen utensils in every room.

Make your own lunch

Make sandwiches or buy some from the local shop. Freeze bottles of water the night before. They will keep your sandwiches cool, and the ice will have melted into nice cold drink by lunch time. Note: Disneyland doesn’t allow picnicing on the site, but there is a picnic area just outside the gates.