FAQs

Who can purchase a Dining Plan?

Who can purchase a Dining Plan? The Disney Dining Plan (DDP) is available for guests who purchase a Magic Your Way Package which includes the resort reservation, theme park tickets and the dining plan. There are some exceptions to this requirement for Disney Vacation Club points users and Annual Passholders. You must book your reservation through a travel agent or Disney directly. If you book a reservation at a resort through Kayak, Expedia or any other type [...]

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What does quick service/counter service mean?

What does quick service/counter service mean? A quick service/counter service restaurant is one where you place your order and pay for it at a walk up counter. You choose your own seating and you pick up your meal when you are called. You are responsible for clearing your own table at the end of the meal. Quick service restaurants don't accept or require reservations.

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What does table service mean?

What does table service mean? A table service meal is one where you are seated by a host/hostess and a server brings your meal.  All-you-can-eat buffets are also considered table service meals. At a table service meal you pay your server at the end of the meal and the table is cleared for you.  It is suggested that you make advanced dining reservations for table service meals.

By |2019-10-04T22:21:41+00:00October 4th, 2019||0 Comments

What is the Disney Dining Plan?

What is the Disney Dining Plan? The Disney Dining Plan is a pre-paid meal plan where, depending on which plan you purchase, a certain number of points are encoded onto your Magic Band which you can then use to purchase your meals with. When it’s time to pay for your meal, you will show your Magic Band and the server or cashier will scan it. Points will then be deducted from your account rather than you [...]

By |2019-10-04T21:13:13+00:00October 4th, 2019||0 Comments

I’m looking to minimize standing and walking on my trip. What do you think is the best place to stay that will make it as simple as possible to get to the parks?

Hello all! I’m looking to minimize standing and walking on my trip. What do you think is the best place to stay that will make it as simple as possible to get to the parks? I have been leaning towards onsite, but I’m feeling nervous about buses being too crowded, or having to wait a long time for them to come. Monorail resorts look good, but they’re expensive, so not sure that will be a [...]

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Q: My question: My son is in a wheelchair. I keep leaning more and more towards the cabins. But I’m concerned about the water taxi’s accessibility. I definitely don’t mind waiting a little longer for one. And we don’t mind the buses either. We used Disney buses only when we were there in December and stayed at AOA. So aside from the water taxi issue, are there other potential downfalls for a wheelchair bound kiddo at the cabins?

Q: My question: My son is in a wheelchair. I keep leaning more and more towards the cabins. But I’m concerned about the water taxi’s accessibility. I definitely don’t mind waiting a little longer for one. And we don’t mind the buses either. We used Disney buses only when we were there in December and stayed at AOA. So aside from the water taxi issue, are there other potential downfalls for a wheelchair bound kiddo at [...]

By |2019-08-24T01:51:33+00:00August 24th, 2019|, |0 Comments