Tip from the DFB Guide: Disney Resort Pizza Delivery

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Disney Resort In-Room Pizza Delivery

As many of you know, room service is available at Disney’s deluxe resorts as well as the moderate resort, Coronado Springs. Yet, for those guests staying at value, most moderate, and select villa resorts, you’ll have to fetch your meal from the quick-service restaurant or order pizza delivery!

Disney resorts with In-Room Pizza Delivery include: All-Star Movies, All-Star Music, All-Star Sports, Caribbean Beach Resort, Old Key West, Pop Century Resort, Port Orleans Resort French Quarter, Port Orleans Resort Riverside, and Saratoga Springs Resort. Note that deluxe resorts and Coronado Springs often offer pizza options on their room service menus as well — so you can pretty much get some sort of in-room dining pizza anywhere you stay in Disney World.

Pop Century's "Peace of Pizza" Delivery Menu! (Prices may change!)

In addition to pizza delivery, Disney’s Art of Animation, does have a few room service entree options after 4pm like pasta and Buffalo chicken wings/nuggets!

Extra Room Service Options at Art of Animation Resort

Disney Dining Plan pizza delivery meals consist of two non-alcoholic beverages, 1 pizza entree, and two desserts, which will cost two DDP table-service credits. This charge is per meal rather than per person.

Payment is made via cash, credit card, or your Disney room charge. Gratuities are included!

But Be Wary of Ordering from Under-The-Door Pizza Flyers

Just a quick note for those planning on pizza in your room at your Disney resort. The options we’ve mentioned above are all Disney-run pizza delivery options through the resorts’ dining systems and restaurants. The menus for these delivery options will be in your room on a cardboard placard with Disney logos when you arrive.

However, for years now guests have been receiving flimsy paper flyers for outside pizza delivery companies under their doors at Disney resorts. These are most likely a scam to steal credit card numbers, and laws have even been passed in order to mitigate the issue.

Keep on the look-out and don’t order pizza from disreputable companies that you don’t recognize via an under-the-door flyer. Stick with Disney’s delivery pizza, or call a national chain.

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Find it all (and more!) here in the The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World® Dining 2013!

Have you used a resort’s pizza delivery service? Let us know in the comments below!


  1. says

    Rob — Yes, I’ve had national chains deliver to the resort room before. If there’s any problem, you can usually meet them in the lobby as well.

  2. Scott says

    If the flimsy paper flyers for outside pizza delivery companies that people find under their doors at Disney resorts are likely a scam my question is how do those putting them under the doors get into the resorts to do this?

  3. CanadiansLoveWDW says

    @scott,,, it wouldnt be hard to get on a Disney bus and get off at a resort…
    Ive never tried ordering from a chain while at Disney .. but its a great idea if you have no vehicle…

  4. Pudge the Fish says

    Surprisingly, I don’t find those prices too bad, although it doesn’t give you a size for the pizzas and I have never ordered one. However, absolutely the worst ever use/waste of two table service credits.

  5. Essie says

    I agree with Pudge; I wouldn’t use two TS credits for pizza and pizza is one of my fave foods. I’d rather get pizza from the Puck express in the DTD Marketplace. It’s delicious and only costs one QS credit. :) I also agree that there are many ways people can get into the resorts to pull scams. Even tho we’re in a magical place where we love to have fun, never forget that there a ton of bad people around looking to snatch a child or your money or ID; some of them even go to WDW. :(

  6. Scott says

    I agree that using two table service credits for pizza is crazy. Essie is correct that going to Wolfgang Puck Express is the way to go for pizza.

    It is a shame that no matter where you are there are people looking to scam.

  7. says

    Friends don’t let friends order resort pizza delivery. (I say this having only done it once, three or four years ago at Port Orleans Riverside, but it was bad enough that I’m in no hurry to try again.)

  8. Bret says

    One thing to note at the bottom of the the disney ad. $3.00 dollar delivery charge and 18% service charge plus tax just to let everyone know of this add on.

  9. Courtney says

    I never thought I would order in room pizza until I got really sick my last trip, and was stuck in my room at POFQ. The food court there is abysmal, especially for vegetarians, and the only option my stomach could handle was pizza. The person taking the order and delivery person were both very nice, and we got TONS of food for our credits!

  10. CanadiansLoveWDW says

    the first meal i ever ate at Disney was pizza at all star sports.. but i just ordered it and took it to my room.. it was suprisingly good…

  11. Galloping Gourmand says

    In room dining is expensive everywhere. I once spent $20 on a small caesar salad at a middle of nowhere Mariott out of desperation. If it’s 11:00pm and you need to eat the best bet is to just walk to the food court and get the pizza yourself. After that, though, this is really your only option. I’d pass on it in favor of grabbing some chips from a vending machine and a nice breakfast to start the next day.

  12. Tere says

    We tried to order room service pizza last time we were at POP (late Feb/early May) and twice the person answered the phone then put my friend on hold for over 20 minutes. Gave up and decided it wasn’t worth the effort.

  13. Michelle G says

    Remember that if you actually walk to the food court, the same pizza, drinks and desserts are just two Quick Service credits instead of the TS credits for delivery.

  14. Lisa says

    It’s easy to get onto any WDW resort property. Just tell security that you’re going in to dine at one of the restaurants (doesn’t matter if it’s table or counter) and that’s all you need to do. No need to take a bus either you can use your own vehicle. Anyone can dine at ANY of the restaurants at the hotels, including off-property guests, so it’s too easy for these scammers to hand out their flyers.

  15. Brandy says

    A note to make: There are onions on the Groovy #3 pizza from Pop Century. The ground beef is cooked with onion and it is not on the menu card in your room.

    Last time we were there in 2010 we got that pizza and my husband is allergic to onions. He couldn’t eat it and it was midnight so they called a pizza from an outside resturant chain and paid the bill. We ordered this pizza in 2008 and there were no onions at that time. We told the manager this needed to be updated on the menu since it’s a major ingrediant.

    I really want them to update their menus to reflect this change because of food allergies.
    AJ, do you know who or what department would handle this kind of request?

  16. Paul says

    I disagree with the sentiment that using two table service credits is a waste. My mother and I were staying at ASM and upon returning from the parks were too tired to take the bus downtown as originally planned so we used the two table credits and ordered pizza. A large pizza was more than enough to feed us both and the cake cups and soda was just what we were looking for. It’s two credits since it’s meant to feed two people

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