Disneyland Paris hotels to start charging for breakfast 

According to UK travel agents ‘Magic Breaks’ it appears that Disneyland Paris will commence charging Guests for breakfasts at their resort hotels for bookings made after 13 October 2016 for stays from 29 March 2017 onwards.

Guests staying in suites and club rooms are not effected by this move.  So breakfast is still included in the room rates for Guests staying in the Golden Forest Club, Compass Club, Empire State Club and Castle Club.


Magic Breaks broke the news last month of the new Season of the Force events to be held in The Walt Disney Studios Park several weeks before the official release by Disneyland Paris.

The new Breakfast Meal Plan will see the following charges introduced for breakfast at the Disney resort hotels:

                               Adult    Child (3-11 years)
Disneyland Hotel                £23      £21
Disney's Hotel New York         £19      £18
Disney's Newport Bay Club       £19      £18
Disney's Sequoia Lodge          £15      £13
Disney's Hotel Cheyenne         £12      £11
Disney's Hotel Santa Fe         £12      £11
Disney's Davey Crockett Ranch    £8       £8

The move will bring Disneyland Paris into line with other Disney Resorts in the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Worldwide Inc.  group where hotel rooms are sold on a room only basis and breakfast is a chargeable extra.

Disney’s Partner hotels will also be  effected by the move apart from the Explorers Hotel where breakfast will remain free.

Magic Breaks also mention that Character Breakfasts are to  be relocated  from Cafe Mickey in the Disney Village to Plaza Gardens in the Disneyland Park from 29 March 2017.

How the implementation of this new Breakfast Meal Plan will go down with regular visitors to the resort is yet to be seen, but it will certainly cause come controversy with the resorts frequent visitors and fan base.

The new Disneyland Paris holiday brochure is expect to be released next month.

 

Source: Magic Breaks

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