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  • [Question] Disneyland Paris Hotel Advice

    So my partner and I will be in Paris April 3, and we're looking for hotel advice. No one's yet mentioned the Hotel Santa Fe or Cheyanne, because all the other hotels on property are outrageously expensive. Any pluses or minuses about either? Also, should we be concerned about any "Spring Break" crowds?
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    I would recommend santa fe since I stayed there for all my visits, nice rooms and the breakfast etc is good standard. But for meals it can be spicy.
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      Never stayed at either. I prefer to stay at New York or Sequoia as they are walking distance to the Parks, whereas you have to take a bus (I believe) from the Santa Fe and Cheyanne to get to the Parks. Curious to see what others say about them. And would like to hear a review from you when you get back and just how easy the transportation to/from is.

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        Re: Disneyland Paris Hotel Advice

        Whenever we have gone we have stayed at the Newport or sequoia, only because they seem to offer the best value and are the hotels that always have the availability when they do 30% /40% off deals. But I have stayed at the Santa Fe and it's fine. It's a bit of a trek to the park but the buses are frequent.

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