Breakfast Options at DLP

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Breakfast stopped being included in the price of Disneyland Paris hotels in March 2017. The exception to this is the club level rooms for which breakfast is included. There are a range of different options available.

Character Breakfast

Character breakfasts are available at Plaza Gardens in the Disneyland Park. This includes a hot and cold breakfast buffet with drinks and character interaction at your table.  The cost of this is 35 euros and can be prebooked as part of your package, or booked with the reservations team, 3 days in advance.

Hotel breakfast

Breakfast in your hotel consists of an all you can eat breakfast buffet. This can be purchased on a breakfast only meal plan or is included as part of a half board or full board meal plan. It is also possible to pay on the day for a hotel breakfast – prices vary depending on the hotel.  It is also possible to pay to upgrade your counter service breakfast voucher to a hotel breakfast.

Free half board offer/Counter Service

If you book your package as part of the free half board deal, this will include a counter service breakfast.

There are several different options for this depending on where you choose to eat it.

The savoury option of the Omelette burger is available in the Walt Disney Studios. The savoury option is available at a variety of other places within the Disney Village and in the Disneyland Park.

We found the easiest option, with the shortest queues was to collect breakfast from the hotel bar. We were given the option of a hot drink, cold drink and 2 pastries.

There is seating in the bar area or you can have it to takeaway.  We liked to send one member of the party to collect breakfast and eat it in our rooms while getting ready.

No meal plan

There are plenty of options to purchase breakfast within the village or in the parks.

Starbucks, MacDonalds, Earl of Sandwich, New York Sandwiches and Annette’s Diner all have breakfast options.

One cheap option is to nip to the train station where they sell coffee and a croissant for 2 euros.  They also have a good range of snacks and sandwiches at reasonable prices.

Taking your own breakfast is a great option to save both time and money.  Cereal bars and porridge pots are a good option.  All hotels will give you a kettle on request.  I advise taking your own tea bags, coffee, sugar sachets and milk cartons if like me you cannot function without a morning cuppa.

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