Today is the day that many have been waiting for! Guests who were looking to book dining and experience reservations for their Walt Disney World Resort vacation may now do so!
As a reminder, Guests will not be able to book 180 days in advance, like they previously could. Instead, Disney has now instituted a rule where Guests can only make these reservations up to 60 days in advance.
Here are some things to keep in mind, however, when making your reservations:
- In-Park Dining: Theme park guests will need valid park admission and a reservation for park entry through the new Disney Park Pass system, as well as a dining reservation for in-park, table-service restaurants for the same park on the same date. Keep in mind that dining reservations do not guarantee admission to the park.
- Disney Resort Hotel Dining: A confirmed reservation is required for day guests and reservations are highly recommended for guests staying overnight at a Disney Resort hotel.
- Disney Springs: Select locations at Disney Springs are currently accepting reservations.
As another reminder, Walt Disney World is introducing a brand new way that Guests can check in for their dining reservations when it’s their time to dine. With the new Mobile Dine Check-In, Guests will be able to bypass the host podium and check in for reservations at select table-service restaurants on their own mobile devices through the My Disney Experience app. More details can be found here.
With the parks reopening officially here soon, stay tuned to the blog for the latest information!