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Changes To Disney World Dining Reservation Process

Starting on October 26, 2011 there will be some changes to the Disney World Dining Reservation Process.  It will still be just as easy to go on-line to see your Dining options and make your reservation, but for many restaurants there will now be the requirement to enter a credit card to complete your reservation.

The credit card will only be charged if you do not show up and had not cancelled the reservation at least a day in advance.  The amount charged will be $10 per person for the size of the party on the reservation. 

This new policy appears to be put in place to reduce the number of no-shows at popular restaurants and eliminate the double-booking that has been occurring .

Here is the Disney Press Release with the list of affected restaurants:
New Dining Cancellation Policy

To provide consistent Guest service, adjustments will be made to the Walt Disney World® Resort dining cancellation policy beginning on Oct. 26, 2011. At that time, additional table service dining locations will begin using the cancellation policy already in place at select restaurants on property. When booking a reservation at these restaurants, your Clients will be required to provide a credit card to hold a reservation and will be charged $10 per person if a cancellation to this reservation isn’t made at least one day in advance.

This policy will not apply to dining reservations made before Oct. 26, 2011. However, any modifications made to these dining reservations after Oct. 26, 2011, will then be required to provide a credit card to hold the reservation, regardless of what date the reservation was originally booked.

Dining locations participating in the credit card guarantee policy include:

• 1900 Park Fare
• Akershus Royal Banquet Hall
• Artist Point
• California Grill
• Cape May Café
• Chef Mickey’s
• Cítricos
• The Crystal Palace
• Flying Fish Café
• The Garden Grill
• Hollywood & Vine
• Jiko – The Cooking Place
• Le Cellier Steakhouse
• Narcoossee’s
• ‘Ohana
• Tusker House Restaurant
• The Hollywood Brown Derby
• Victoria & Albert’s (cancellation policy is $25/per person)
• Yachtsman Steakhouse

4 comments to "Changes To Disney World Dining Reservation Process"

  1. Management of the dining venue must have implemented changes. This allows for a more organized experience.

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