We are BACK in the Disney World hotels today and things look a little different!
Select Disney World restaurants are open today with modifications. Though most character dining is suspended for the time being, there is ONE character meal that is still available at Topolino’s Terrace Character Breakfast à la Art. We’re taking a look at all the ways character dining is DIFFERENT now.
One of the ways Disney World will be encouraging guests to reduce contact upon reopening is by utilizing the Mobile Order service at eligible quick-service restaurants.
But for table service restaurants, Disney World has added a new feature to its My Disney Experience app called Mobile Dine Check-In so that once you arrive for your dining reservation, you can bypass the host stand. Let’s see it in action!
There are a LOT of ways that dining is going to look different when some Disney World resort hotels reopen on June 22nd.
In addition to required face coverings, reduced contact menus, and cashless payments, guests are going to see different menu items AND reduced menus. And one of the FIRST Disney World restaurants to reopen is already showing trimmed-down offerings on the Disney World website.
When Disney World reopens, there’s one restaurant that will give guests their character fix!
Select Disney World Resort hotels will begin reopening on June 22nd. Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom will be the first parks to welcome back guests on July 11th, followed by Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios on July 15th. As things initially reopen, there will be a number of changes implemented for the safety of guests and Cast Members.
Disney World has released more information about what to expect when the parks reopen!
Select Disney Resort hotels will begin to reopen starting June 22nd, and Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom will welcome back guests on July 11th, with Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios following on July 11th. In order to ensure the safety of guests, a number of new health measures will be implemented upon reopening, including some NEW info about dining.
Is there anything more quintessential on a Disney World trip than meeting Mickey Mouse? We’ll make the executive call: No, no there isn’t. 🙂
You’ve been able to meet Mickey since the very earliest days of Disney World and it’s a tradition that will likely stand the test of time for years to come. Still, meeting Mickey used to be a VERY different experience. Scoring that hug from the Mouse has changed a lot over the years. Now, you’ll have some decisions to make if you want to schmooze with the Big Cheese.
If meeting characters in Disney World is a priority for your family, we highly recommend you consider booking at least one character dining experience. The main benefit of character dining is pretty significant: you don’t have to wait in long lines to meet multiple characters.
And if you want to meet the Big Cheese, Mickey Mouse, you have a few great options both in the parks and at the resorts. He even has a different outfit in each of these restaurants, so he’ll always have a unique look no matter which restaurant you pick! Let’s run through them all of them from best to worst and see which restaurants are better than others!
Disney World can sure be pricey, but that doesn’t mean you have to shell out all of your hard-earned cash to have a blast!
Are you looking to save money on dining next time you go to Disney World? Or do you need some creative, DIY hacks to recreate some special events that would otherwise end up costing your family hundreds of dollars?
We have a few tips today on how you can still enjoy the “finer things in life” while on vacation at the Most Magical Place on Earth!
There are a lot of different types of food to choose from at Disney World, but choosing what your tastebuds are in the mood for is only half the battle!
That’s because while many foods at Disney World are delicious, they’re not all created equal!