Tips For Walt Disney World Reservations

I know this might sound silly, but if you planning to eat in one of the restaurants in Disney world. You are going to have to have a reservation. Some people have made a reservation 180 days in advance yes you are reading correctly. There is such a demand for dinners or dining experience in Disney world. So if you thought you could just walk in and eat at a restaurant of your choice. You will be sorely mistaken want to do is basically put you in a queue, but you do not have to be at that you all the time.

Or you need to do is make a booking or should I rather say advance reservations. Just so that you know, just because you have made an advance reservation, it is not like a booking if you do not show up on time. Your seats will be given away to whoever else is next in line. So when I suggest you do when making an advance reservation would be to arrive 15 to 30 minutes before your time. This will ensure you have in your meal or dining experience luckily, you are under no obligation, and should you miss your reservation. Some popular restaurant reservation system are opting to use a proper reservation system and some of them. Even require a deposit when you go and book

The advance reservations for themed dining experiences is a must since you might have heard your heart set eating breakfast with Cinderella at her Royal table. Like I said before, bookings for this kind of dining experience is booked solid for 180 days in advance but please be aware when booking for this you will need to have a credit card. As you will need to pay in full for this meal when making your booking.

During a busy season without a reservation you could wake up to 60 minutes for a table but this could be avoided. If you check in with the CM of the restaurant a lot people have reported that this only works during slow time of the year.

Always keep your confirmation number with you, just in case there is some sort of problems, when you arrive for your booking. Anyone can make an advance reservation at any time. This used to be only for Disney Resorts guests, but this is no longer the case.

All of these things that I mentioned seem a bit silly. I mean, booking 180 days in advance for Cinderella’s Royal table sounds a bit much. But that is how things are done in Disney World. So when planning your Disney vacation I suggest you choose, the restaurants you want to eat at and use the advance reservation service but do remember. The restaurants and dining experiences in Disney World are an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity or experience. The issue of price should concern you, because eating in Disney World itself is expensive.


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