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Old 31 Jul 20, 10:51 AM  
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Originally Posted by Gill H View Post
To be honest if you go for about 4 days in a 12 month period, APs save you money.
Can you just order an annual pass or do you need to be there to buy it? Might be worth us looking in to
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You can sort it online - do a search on here for info.

We bought ours on our last visit. Stayed at the Ibis which was £200 for 3 nights.
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Originally Posted by DiszeeBelle View Post
I would definitely have a car or contact them for reassurance of a bus as it has just been announced that centre parks has competely taken over, Disney is removing its branding. No further info at the moment sorry.
Thank you for that. I'll make sure I check before booking
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I would definitely have a car or contact them for reassurance of a bus as it has just been announced that centre parks has competely taken over, Disney is removing its branding. No further info at the moment sorry.
There was no Disney Branding at Village Nature.
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Sorry but we have there many times. There was and is no Disney Branding. its called Village Natures without any Disney name tag or other Disney Branding
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Buses are fine

You will need to take the Peps 47 bus from Disneyland Paris to Villages Nature. It takes about 25 minutes. You will find the bus stop where the partner hotel shuttles go, just beyond Five Guys Restaurant. The cost for the bus is 2 Euros each person, each way.
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Sorry but we have there many times. There was and is no Disney Branding. its called Village Natures without any Disney name tag or other Disney

As i said ive not been so i wouldnt know, i was just letting the op know what disney reports were saying that centre parks have completely taken open and a new branding along these lines would be happening. I would be annoyed if i had booked a place, not knowing anything about it, and then everything had possibly changed due to a company owning it. It has been aimed at people wanting a disney holiday plus a break from the parks at the same time. I wont bother next time since people have latched onto this comment.

can you send me the link to your reports?
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As far as I know nothing has changed in Villages Nature itself, it's just how Disney are branding it in their brochures and websites.

Previously Villages Nature and Davy Crockett were both marketed under the “Disney Nature Resorts" heading. However now Davy Crockett is back being listed as a full Disney hotel and there's a separate category that has “Villages Nature by Center Parcs" in.
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As far as I know nothing has changed in Villages Nature itself, it's just how Disney are branding it in their brochures and websites.

Previously Villages Nature and Davy Crockett were both marketed under the “Disney Nature Resorts" heading. However now Davy Crockett is back being listed as a full Disney hotel and there's a separate category that has “Villages Nature by Center Parcs" in.

Yes this is only the name on the website.
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