Disney Parks Adding New Ways to Help Guests Reserve Tables At Restaurants

Park goers have spoken, and Disney has listened! Over the last few years, many fans who visited the Disney parks have complained about how difficult it is to get a reservation at some of the best restaurants on Disney properties. The situation has gotten so challenging, particularly during the busiest times of the year, that every single YouTube channel dedicated to Disney Parks has some sort of tutorial to help guests make reservations at these places.

To alleviate the situation, Disney has announced that they are updating their reservation systems both through the Walt Disney World and Disneyland official websites and apps. In this new version of the system, guests will be able to use their app or log onto the websites and see all of the time slots available for a particular day at every restaurant on property.

The time slots will be divided among breakfast, lunch, and dinner reservations. This first update to the reservation system will only allow park goers to search for a table for one particular day.

There is a bit of a catch to this new update that guests to the parks should take into account. The fact that time slots can be booked on the same day doesn’t guarantee that they’ll be available even if a person logs in immediately, as these should start to be made available on the app. This is because guests staying at a Disney hotel still have the ability to book a table up to 60 days in advance.

The parks did announce that there’s another update that’s coming to the apps and the park websites which will allow people to check available time slots for multiple days in one search. They will be able to search for a table across up to 10 days at a time.

Recent updates to the app also allow guests to pre-order to-go food at some of the restaurants within the park. The feature shows users what restaurants are in the vicinity of their current location and when they order their food through the app they can stop by to pick it up once it’s ready to avoid the long lines. As things stand, these changes will only take place at the Orlando and Anaheim parks for the time being.

Mario Perez

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