Disneyland Resort Paris is offering 'sterling packages' as it fights to hold on to British holidaymakers choosing not to venture abroad because of the weakness of the pound. The group said that total sales were down to 327.8m euros from 340.5m euros in the same period in 2007, but insisted the group remained resilient despite the economic downturn. Revenues at its theme parks were up, at 186.1m euros in the quarter, from 175m euros in the same period in 2007. At its hotels, revenues were 124.6m euros in the three months to 31 December, down from 126.7m euros in the same period the previous year.
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