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Unread 22 Sep 16, 04:14 PM  
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I've just had a look at booking for next year and it says breakfast included except for Davy Crockett
That's direct on the Disneyland Paris website
Magical breaks (the source of this info) tend to be a few days ahead of the official site. They were first with season of the force info too. Other travel agents have been confirming these changes too.
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So if anyone wants to book direct -now is the time as you would be booking with breakfast included as it clearly states this
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So if anyone wants to book direct -now is the time as you would be booking with breakfast included as it clearly states this
Yep as per the original post you still get it if you book before 13th October.
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Doing a few sums and this move would tip the scales towards a cheaper style Florida holiday. It really wouldn't be a lot more for a whole fortnight and dare I say cheaper than DLH if going for 7 days! We are going on Monday and staying at the DLH, we would have never paid that amount for breakfast, we would have to be trekking up to Starbucks in the village which doesn't open before 8 so we would miss some of the advantage of EMH.

I think I would have to just take continental breakfast with us and a plug in fridge cooler and we could eat in the room, hardly appropriate for a hotel which likes to think it is a 5*. I can see a lot of potential fire risks as people bring toasters with them too. For DLH it really presents a lot of problems, you would have to eat in the park - which is actually quite limited first thing at off peak times especially as so much is closed.

I don't think we would want to do a holiday at DLH again now they have bought in this rule. I would rather do a week in Florida and pay less, just pure madness, what are they thinking?!?

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Very glad I've just booked for December! I never normally bother eating breakfast at home, but my DS eats his weight in bread rolls in DLP!
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My son only eats cereal for breakfast so even the Cheyenne price is silly. I would just take some croissants with us and eat in the room but they don't have fridges to keep milk cold for my son to have cereal. I would be paying 15 for a bowl of cereal but have no idea where else I could get it from! A plug in fridge may be the way forward!
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We ate breakfast at the Cheyenne because it was included but I certainly wouldn't have paid for it. We mostly had cereal or a crossiant.
In the states, we never eat in the hotel, preferring to get to the park earlier and I did realise towards the end of the week that we hadn't managed a really early morning as we had 'wasted' an hour each morning getting breakfast.

I won't miss it, but I do think it should be reflected in the price and I'm sure it won't be.
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They're coming into line with the other Disney resorts across the world - no where else includes breakfast. I feel that once they are charging, the breakfasts will change (?menu ?quick serve) as there's no way they will do all those croissants , pastries etc 'just in case' people pay for it. We enjoy the continental breakfasts (a bit too much!) and wouldn't pay for a cooked breakfast; probably have a character buffet one morning, then enjoy Earl or Starbucks the other days - but neither of those will be cheaper than our breakfast would be at Cheyenne.
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