Disney Holidays

Disney Holidays

Free Disney Dining*

Looking for a great way to budget meals without compromising on quality, flexibility or choice? Look no further than the Disney Dining Plans, exclusively available to Disney Resort Hotel guests. Offering incredible choice with up to 100 different venues across the entire Walt Disney World Resort — and with lots of dietary requirements catered for — there’s no need to stick to your Disney Resort Hotel. Dine in all six parks, Disney’s BoardWalk, other Disney Resort Hotels and Disney Springs. From fine dining to meals with Mickey, there’s something for everyone. Staying at a Disney Moderate, Deluxe or Deluxe Villa Resort?

Book a dream Walt Disney World holiday including Disney Park Tickets for 5 nights or more, and everyone in the party dines for free!

Stay at a Disney Moderate Resort and enjoy free Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan for your whole holiday.

Stay at a Disney Deluxe Resort or selected Deluxe Villa Resort to receive free Disney Dining Plan for your entire stay.

For bookings between 6 Apr-6 Nov ’17 and for selected arrivals between 1 Jan-30 Nov ’18. You can even upgrade between plans (including the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan) for an additional charge. After that, all you pay is the tip and any extras.

Free Breakfast**

Staying at a Disney Value Resort?
Book a dream Walt Disney World holiday including Disney Park Tickets for 5 nights or more, and everyone in the party enjoys free breakfast every day of your stay.
For bookings between 6 Apr-6 Nov ’17 and for selected arrivals between 1 Jan-30 Nov ’18.

14-Day Disney Park Ticket for the price of 7‡

With 4 incredible theme parks and 2 thrilling water parks to enjoy, Walt Disney World Resort (aka Disneyland) Florida is the ultimate must visit destination in Florida. Whether seeing fairytales come to life at the Magic Kingdom Park, watching wildlife at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, exploring the cultures of the world at Epcot or feeling like a movie star at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, there is an amazing array of attractions that you will want to visit again and again. Don’t forget the two water parks, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon where you can plunge down thrilling water slides or simply soak up the sun. In addition to the parks there is also a great range of sports, shopping and dining options to be enjoyed on your Disney holiday.

Ultimate flexibility and unbeatable value Six Parks in ONE ticket Disney’s Ultimate Ticket is the only ticket you need. Only available to purchase in the UK, you can come and go as you please to all SIX Parks at one incredible price.

Disney’s 14-Day Ultimate Ticket for the price of Disney’s 7-Day Ultimate ticket is available for Walt Disney World hotel bookings made until 31 Dec ‘18 for arrivals throughout 2018.

Disney Holidays

  • Florida Holidays
  • Orlando holidays
  • Walt Disney World Resort
  • Lake Buena Vista
  • International Drive

If you can tear yourself away from the theme parks and water parks, you’ll discover that Walt Disney World resort in Florida has a world of recreation, shopping and dining options to enjoy. Discover endless treats you probably didn’t even realise were there; from pampering therapies at Disney’s world class spas in the Grand Floridian resort or the Saratoga Springs Resort to the thrills of Downtown Disney, an exciting waterside district with restaurants, shopping and entertainment for all ages. Plus golfers will find they’re very well catered for with four championship courses available.

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Where are the parks

Disney Special Offers

Check out our latest Disney offers and compare the different properties

Family Holidays

There’s plenty of family fun to have in Florida, take a look at our Travel City Direct guide on where to make the most of you family holiday.

Top 10 Disney Questions

1) Where should we stay?

2) Do we need to rent a car?

3) How old do children need to be to enjoy it?

4) Does Disney cater for young children?

5) What is the best time of year to go?

6) What should we do first?

7) When do we need to booking the Disney dining arrangement?

8) Should we dine with the characters?

9) Why should I buy my tickets before I go?

10) And Other Tips?

Top Park Tips

  • Pick up a Park Times Guide for show times and park hours.
  • Look out for character greeting spots and don’t forget your autograph book.
  • Save time by using fastpass attractions.
  • Look out for the Disney photographer around the park, to get your photo memories.
  • Take advantage of Disney’s Extra Magic Hours if you’re staying in a Disney Resort hotel and have a valid theme park ticket.
  • Check out the tips board for attraction waiting times.

1) Where should we stay?
There are many advantages to staying at a Disney owned property, from using the free Disney transportation to getting extra hours in the parks, however it can be is more expensive than staying outside the parks. One way to save when you stay at Disney is to look out for the eat for free offer or a pak ticket offer.

2) Do we need to rent a car?
If you don’t stay at Disney than we highly recommend it. You can then plan your times to be at the parks and leave without avoiding disappointment if you don’t make the buses. A car will also give you the ability to take more with you for the day rather than carrying it around all the time

3) How old do children need to be to enjoy it?
Just like the films there isn’t an age group that won’t enjoy Disney. There is something for everyone at the parks and the magic really comes to life.

4) Does Disney cater for young children?
Admission for children 2 and under is free and there is plenty for children this age to enjoy. Each of the four major theme parks has a Baby Centre. Many rides offer a “baby swap” where some members of your party go on the ride while someone waits with the younger children. When the first group is done those that waited are allowed to ride without waiting in the sometimes long lines.

5) What is the best time of year to go?
It is open 365 days a year and people go every single day. The crowds are less outside of the school holidays and September and May are still warm so a visit to a water park can be in the plans. Disney holds many key events throughout the year with Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas being particularly special. Park hours will vary depending on the season and can be found on their website six months in advance.

6) What should we do first?
It’s completely down to personal choice. You may want to see the park that is at the top of your list or save the excitement until the end of your holiday. Just check if any of the parks have something special happening whilst you are there. If you still need inspiration check out our expert tips to see what they recommend to do.

7) When do we need to booking the Disney dining arrangement?
Most restaurants can be booked 180 days in advance and in peak times they do book up quick so the sooner you can book the better and you avoid any disappointment. Making reservations usually costs nothing, and can save you lots of time during your trip. Some dining arrangements will require a credit card guarantee and a 24-48 hour cancellation to avoid a no-show fee.

8) Should we dine with the characters?
It is definitely a memory to treasure from your holiday and a great autograph opportunity, but booking is a must. It has a more personal feel than just meeting one of the characters in the park.

9) Why should I buy my tickets before I go?
The simple answer is that they will be cheaper. They will also allow you more time to enjoy the parks once you are there, rather than queuing to buy tickets.

10) And Other Tips?
When planning, consider having a relaxing day in the middle by the pool or shopping. It will keep the excitement alive and it’s nice to spend some time without queues and crowds.

Terms and conditions


A Disney Dining Plan must be selected for all members of the party travelling aged 3 and over (at time of visit). Children aged 3–9 (at time of visit) must order from children’s menu where available. Gratuities are not included except at Dinner Shows, Private In-Room Dining, Cinderella’s Royal Table and/or purchases of certain items not available in the Disney Dining Plan (e.g. alcoholic beverages). An 18% gratuity will automatically be added to your bill for parties of six or more. An additional form of payment is needed if you add gratuity and have not provided a credit card at check-in to charge incidentals and other expenses. Disney reserves the right to change dining plan entitlements at any time without prior notice. Restaurants shown subject to change. Subject to availability, at participating Disney Resort Hotels. Walt Disney Moderate Resort (Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, Disney’s Port Orleans Resort, Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort and Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort), Disney Deluxe Resort (Disney’s Polynesian Resort, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort, Disney’s Wilderness Lodge and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa) or selected Disney Deluxe Villa Resort (Disney’s Old Key West Resort and Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort).

* Free Dining

(1) Free Disney Dining Offer is available for bookings made 6 Apr-6 Nov ‘17 for arrivals between 1 Jan-18 Mar ‘18 and 6 Apr-30 Nov ‘18. Subject to room and flight availability. Eligibility for the Disney Free Dining promotion requires a minimum length of stay of 5 consecutive nights, and a maximum stay of 21 consecutive nights at one of the participating Disney Resort Hotels. A Disney Dining Plan must be selected for all members of the party travelling who are aged 3 or over at time of travel and for the full duration of their stay. Disney Dining Plans are not valid for children under 3 years. Offer is only available if a package including accommodation at a Walt Disney World Moderate Resort, Disney Deluxe Resort or selected Disney Deluxe Villa Resort, plus Disney Tickets for the whole party and a Disney Dining Plan are booked together. Offer excludes Disney Value Resorts, Disney’s Grand Floridian Villas and Disney’s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows. Gratuities are not included. The number and type of rooms allocated to this offer are limited. All package elements must be booked through Virgin Holidays in one transaction. Due to the popularity of Disney Table Service restaurants, availability maybe limited or unavailable and advance reservations are suggested. Guests can call 00 1 407 939 3463 to make reservations up to 180 days before their visit. Certain menu items may incur an additional cost.

** Free Breakfast

(2) Free Breakfast offer is available when booked as part of a package which includes accommodation at a Disney value resort and Disney tickets for the whole party booked in one transaction with Virgin Holidays. Participating Disney value resort hotels include, Disney’s All Star resorts, Disney’s Pop Century and Disney’s Art of Animation Resort (excludes Little Mermaid Standard Rooms). The duration of the Disney Breakfast Component must coincide with the number of nights of the room reservation. Each breakfast meal includes either one single serving: Entrée or Combo meal (if available) and one non-alcoholic beverage or one Quick Service Breakfast meal per person (ages 3+) per night at participating Disney value Resort hotel and Theme Park locations. Participating Restaurants are subject to change. Meals for children aged 3–9 may not be used by persons aged 10 and up. Children 3–9 (at time of use) must order from the children’s menu where available. Offer is not valid for children under 3 years. Offer must be booked by 6 Nov ‘17 for arrivals 1 Jan–18 Mar ‘18 and 6 Apr–30 Nov ‘18 and is subject to availability and change.

Disney Moderate Excludes suites at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort.

Deluxe or Deluxe Villa Excludes all suites, 3-Bedroom Villas, Disney’s Grand Floridian Villas and Disney’s Polynesian Village Bungalows.

Book by date Excludes arrivals 19 Mar–5 Apr ‘18.

Value Resort Excludes Little Mermaid accommodation at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort.

Waiter service meals Fairytale Dining at Cinderella’s Royal Table, as well as Dinner Shows and Signature fine dining Restaurants require two Waiter Service meal entitlements per person dining.


‡ 14-Day ticket for the price of 7 offer is available for all Walt Disney World Hotel bookings made until 31 Dec ‘18 for arrivals throughout 2018. For this time, the 14-day ticket (Disney’s 14-Day Ultimate Ticket) is available for the price of a 7-day ticket (Disney’s 7-Day Ultimate Ticket) if purchased in one transaction with a Walt Disney World hotel stay (5 nights minimum stay). Disney’s 14-day Ultimate Ticket expires 14 days from first day of use. Child ages 3-9 years (at time of use). Standard booking terms and conditions apply and the promotion is subject to availability.


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