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Half Board Meal Plan

Discussion in 'Disneyland Paris' started by dave&di, Apr 25, 2017.

  1. dave&di

    dave&di Well-Known Member

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    Hi,
    We've booked for June and have the 25% off package which includes Half Board Meal Plan, which allows us breakfast in the park at counter service restaurants, we also get dinner voucher, when we research it we can only see plans that include buffet breakfast in hotels. Can anyone explain how our vouchers work?
     
  2. Tinkerkelle

    Tinkerkelle Well-Known Member

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    Similar to us! Very confusing even after research!! It appears if you got the free dining you'll get a voucher to be used in the park for a counter service meal - drink and a breakfast item (many saying in cafe hyperion or cable car bake shop) and if you paid for a meal plan you get a hotel buffet breakfast. The voucher has a €9 value. There's confusion whether or not you can use the voucher to pay towards a hotel buffet breakfast.
    I suppose there'll be more info on forums as people return from holidays?!!
     
  3. Songbird76

    Songbird76 Well-Known Member

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    My understanding, after calling and asking how the dining plan works there, is that when you check in, you'll get vouchers for each day and there's a list of restaurants where they are valid. I have the same deal you have, and I was told that we have our choice from more than 15 restaurants and that the voucher is for specific things, like either an entree, main course and drink, or main course dessert and drink. There is a value attached to the voucher, so if you go to a more expensive restaurant, you can use the voucher, but you will have to pay the difference. And as there are no free refills, if you go to a restaurant and you order a 2nd drink, you have to pay for that separately...same with appetizers or desserts...if you order more than what's stipulated on the voucher, you pay the difference. What I DON'T know is whether you can use your counter service breakfast voucher toward your hotel breakfast and pay the difference...you'd have to ask that at the hotel, I imagine.
     

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