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Hotel questions for Disneyland Paris (AC & booking from America)

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  • Hotel questions for Disneyland Paris (AC & booking from America)

    I've stayed at the Hotel Cheyenne twice and love Robert AM Stern's design & seeing middle-class families from all over Europe.

    Does it still lack air conditioning? What about the Newport Hotel?

    The website seems as unfriendly & inconvenient for American users as ever, and I don't want to make an international call. Have any of you gotten Eurostar packages? Expedia seems convenient and a good way to avoid the packages with park tickets that I don't want. Also there seems to be a (British?) travel agent, World Travellers, that might help. Have you used them?

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    Hi Jcruise86,

    The friendly guys over at http://www.magicforum.eu might be able to help you better with this question . There are lots of British who travel often there!
    Is that DiSnEylAnD? This is so cool!!!!

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      Originally posted by mtlchuck View Post
      Hi Jcruise86,

      The friendly guys over at http://www.magicforum.eu might be able to help you better with this question . There are lots of British who travel often there!
      Thanks, mtlchuck!

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        you're welcome!
        Is that DiSnEylAnD? This is so cool!!!!

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        • #5
          Here's a Eurostar Link: http://www.eurostar.com/us-en/train/...sneyland-paris

          (I'm storing information useful to myself on this thread, partly because it might help others.)

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