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Grand Floridian Resort

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is one of the most well-known resorts on property and partly thanks to its stunning exterior that overlooks Magic Kingdom. You can even see Cinderella Castle from the Deluxe Resort.

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Summary
The Grand Floridian is Disney's Flagship resort and is full of great dining options and elegant theming. The easy access to and views of Magic Kingdom are incredible. However, it is very pricey and not overly kid-friendly.
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Pros and Cons

Pros: One monorail stop away from Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Flagship Resort with very elegant theming, great on-site dining options, can take boat to Magic Kingdom, walking path to Magic Kingdom, view of Magic Kingdom fireworks and Electrical Water Pageant

Cons: Expensive, transportation to parks other than Magic Kingdom can take a while (shared buses, have to transfer monorails to get to Epcot), not as kid-friendly as other resorts, walking path to MK is long

Overview

The Grand Floridian is located in the Magic Kingdom Resort Area and resembles the historic Hotel del Coronado in Coronado, California. They both have similar styles and embrace the Victorian era.

Specifically, Grand Floridian embodies the Palm Beach’s golden era. There are even hints of Mary Poppins and Cinderella throughout the resort.

It’s no secret that this resort falls on the more expensive side — and for good reason. Not only does it have high-priced and impressive dining, but it sits on the Monorail line, is located super close to Magic Kingdom, and is where the famous Disney Wedding Pavilion sits for guests to get married.

The resort does have a lot to offer and if you’re lucky enough to afford the price there’s no doubt you’ll have an unforgettable stay. There’s even a convention center nearby, the Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort Convention Center.

Here’s what else you need to know about Grand Floridian. 

View Grand Floridian Resort Maps

Rooms And Bathrooms

Grand Floridian has a variety of rooms to book that include your standard rooms, suites, and even Club Level Service, which we go over in more detail below. Depending on the room you book, you can sleep up to 8 adults.

There are, of course, the standard amenities featured in each room. Guests can expect a hairdryer, TV, free WiFi, a coffee maker, telephone, in-room safe, iron and ironing board, and a mini-refrigerator.

Plus, there’s a range of views, including of Seven Seas Lagoon, Magic Kingdom, Cinderella Castle, Courtyard, Marina, Pool Areas, or the Resort Grounds.

If you’re wondering about outlets and USB ports, there are both in the rooms for whatever you may need to plug in or charge. Regarding storage, there is closet and drawer space, but no storage underneath the beds.

The bathrooms do not have storage underneath the sink, but the vanity area is large since there are double sinks. Also, keep in mind that the vanity area does not have its own door for privacy, but there is a door separating the shower and toilet area from the sink.

Now, let’s go through the types of rooms available to book.

Rooms And Suites

  • Outer Building — Lagoon View: Views of the Seven Seas Lagoon; 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 2 Queen Beds or 1 King Bed or 1 King Bed and 1 Double-Size Sleeper Sofa
Grand Floridian room
  • Outer Building — Theme Park View: Views of Magic Kingdom; 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 2 Queen Beds or 1 King Bed and 1 Double-Size Sleeper Sofa
Bathroom in Grand Floridian room
  • Outer Building — Garden View: Views of the Courtyard, Marina, or Pool Areas; 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 2 Queen Beds or 1 King Bed and 1 Day Bed or 1 King Bed and 1 Double-Size Sleeper Sofa
Sitting area in Grand Floridian room
  • Outer Building — 1 Bedroom Suite: Views of Courtyard Pool; 2 Queen Beds and 1 Double-Size Sleeper Sofa
  • Outer Building — 1 Bedroom Park View: Views of Cinderella Castle; 2 Queen Beds
  • Outer Building — 2 Bedroom Suite: Views of Courtyard Pool or Seven Seas Lagoon; 2 Queen Beds and 1 King Bed and 1 Double-Size Sleeper Sofa

Rooms And Suites With Club-Level Service

These rooms and suites have the same amenities provided in the rooms above, in addition to Club-Level Service perks, which include:

  • Evening turndown
  • Secured key access to the club-level lounge (serves refreshments 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily)
  • Complimentary fax assistance
  • Complimentary health club access
  • Complimentary newspapers in Club Level lounge

Guests also have access to a DVD Player and Disney Signature Services for personal assistance with your trip.

Here is the Club Access room at Grand Floridian:

  • Main Building — Deluxe King Room: Views of Magic Kingdom or Resort Grounds; Larger than standard room; 1 King Bed or 1 King Bed and 1 Day Bed
Grand Floridian club level room
Grand Floridian club level room
  • Outer Building — Standard Room: Views of Courtyard Pool or Marina; 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 2 Queen Beds or 1 King Bed and 1 Day Bed or 1 King Bed and 1 Double-Size Sleeper Sofa
  • Main Building — Standard Room: Views of Courtyard Pool, Magic Kingdom, or Seven Seas Lagoon; 2 Queen Beds or 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed or 1 King Bed
Grand Floridian club level room
Grand Floridian club level room
  • Main Building — Theme Park View: Views of Magic Kingdom; 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed

Note: There are also both wheelchair and hearing accessible rooms available that include accessible bathrooms and visual alarms.

You can check out room layouts below.

Checking In And Out

When it comes to checking in and out, you have a few options: at the front desk, online through the official Walt Disney World website, or via the My Disney Experience app.

The front desk is located in the lobby of the main building. Even though the front desk is there to assist guests, especially with checking in and checking out, all Disney World Resort guests are encouraged to check-in online or by using MDE.

Grand Floridian lobby
  • Checking-In: After you check-in online or using the app, you’ll receive a room-ready notification via next. You can then use your MagicBand or MDE’s digital key feature to unlock your room door.
  • Checking-Out: Currently, guests will automatically be checked out of their rooms. But, if you have unresolved charges to your hotel folio, you’ll need to visit the front desk.

Note: Guests also have the option of to chat virtually with resort Cast Members via MDE for any assistance. 

The lobby is a nice size and perfectly themed with gorgeous views and lovely music. The lobby has plenty of seating and you also have access to shopping and dining, including Enchanted Rose, Gasparilla Island Grill, and more.

The pickup and dropoff location for Mears Connect (which is the replacement for Magical Express) is just outside the main lobby. Luggage storage is right out front for those who have checked out or are waiting to check in.

Note: Resort Airline Check-In and Magical Express are no longer available.

Parking

Parking is available at Grand Floridian. There is a standard $25 overnight self-parking fee (including tax) that is applied to guests’ hotel folio upon check-out.

Valet parking is also available for $33 per night.

Complimentary standard self-parking is available for non-resort guests exploring dining, shopping, entertainment, and other experiences during the day.

We also have a complete Walt Disney World parking guide you can browse.

Important: Valet parking might not always be available.

Pros And Cons

Grand Floridian Resort

Resort category: Deluxe

WDW Prep Favorite: No

Pros: One monorail stop away from Magic Kingdom, Disney's Flagship Resort with very elegant theming, great on-site dining options, can take boat to Magic Kingdom, walking path to Magic Kingdom, view of Magic Kingdom fireworks and Electrical Water Pageant

Cons: Expensive, transportation to parks other than Magic Kingdom can take a while (shared buses, have to transfer monorails to get to Epcot), not as kid-friendly as other resorts, walking path to MK is long

Grand Floridian Resort room options

Room typeBed sizeMax people per roomFloor Plan
Outer Bldg - Garden ViewQueen5
Outer Bldg - Lagoon ViewQueen5
Outer Bldg - Theme Park ViewQueen5
Outer Bldg - Standard Room - Club LevelQueen5
Main Bldg - Standard Room - Club LevelQueen5
Main Bldg - Theme Park View - Club LevelQueen5
Main Bldg - Deluxe King Room - Club LevelKing3
Outer Bldg - 1 Bedroom Suite - Club Level AccessQueen6
Outer Bldg - 2 Bedroom Suite - Club Level AccessKing8
Main Bldg - 1 Bedroom Suite - Club LevelQueen6
Main Bldg - 2 Bedroom Suite - Club LevelKing8

Resort Map

Grand Floridian Resort

Scheduled refurbishments

None scheduled right now.

Other info

  • DISboards.com thread with lots of pics and info
  • Grand Floridian Resort Maps
  • Amenities And Shops

    From gift shops, to on-site laundry services, to spa and fitness, there are several amenities offered to guests at Grand Floridian.

    Important note: Some of the following amenities might not be available at all times.

    Sandy Cove Gifts and Sundries at Grand Floridian
    • Sandy Cove Gifts and Sundries: Find sundries, hotel logo souvenirs, snacks, H2O products, luggage, strollers, and more. 
    • Basin White: Purchase a range of bath and beauty products.
    • Curiouser Clothiers: Disney-inspired designer clothes, along with premium souvenirs and character merchandise.
    • M. Mouse Mercantile: All things Mickey, like apparel, toys, jewelry, and more. You ca also find Princess wear and pin-trading here.
    • Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique: A fun experience where children can transform into princesses and knights
    • Laundry Services: There are 24-hour self-service laundry facilities on the second floor of the main building and on the ground floors of most buildings with Guest Rooms.
    • Dry Cleaning Services: Dry cleaning and valet laundry services are also an option.
    • Movies Under the Stars: Watch complimentary Disney movies outside.
    • Senses — A Disney Spa and Salon: Victorian-themed, full-service spa with massages, body treatments, and more.
    • Childcare ServicesIn-room babysitting for children 6 months to 12 years old.

    Pools And Recreation

    Grand Floridian has one main feature pool and one leisure pool. If you need a non-park day, we recommended spending the day at your hotel and enjoying a Disney Resort pool.

    Important note: Some of the pools and recreation options might not be available at all times.

    Grand Floridian pool

    Feature Pool

    • Beach Pool: Overlooks Seven Seas Lagoon and has an 181-foot-long waterslide. The pool features cascading waterfalls and has a zero-depth entry like a beach. There’s a lounge, bar, and also cabanas to rent. There’s even fun Alice in Wonderland-themed water play area.

    Leisure Pools

    • Courtyard Pool: A zero-entry heated leisure pool behind the main building. There’s also a whirlpool spa.

    Some other recreational options include:

    • Motorized Boat Rentals
    • Specialty Cruises
    • Arcadia Games (arcade)
    • Basketball Courts
    • Jogging
    • Campfire to roast marshmallows

    How to get from Grand Floridian to anywhere at Disney World

    You can either take the Monorail, a bus, or water transportation to and from Grand Floridian. The Monorail station is attached to the hotel for easy access. As for the bus station, you can find it between the main building and the Convention Center. All of the different ways to get from Grand Floridian to anywhere in Disney World is detailed below.

    wdt_ID Starting Point Ending Point How to get there
    1 All-Star Movies All-Star Music Follow these steps:
    • Walk (takes about 5-7 minutes)
    • Arrive at your destination
    Want to get there faster?
    Or have feedback about a route for us?
    2 All-Star Movies All-Star Sports Follow these steps:
    • Walk (takes about 15 minutes)
    • Arrive at your destination
    Want to get there faster?
    Or have feedback about a route for us?
    3 All-Star Movies Animal Kingdom Follow these steps:
    • Bus to Animal Kingdom
    • Arrive at your destination
    Headed to an early morning breakfast reservation at Animal Kingdom? Buses to Animal Kingdom from Disney resorts usually start running around 7-7:15 a.m. daily.
    Want to get there faster?
    Or have feedback about a route for us?
    4 All-Star Movies Animal Kingdom Lodge - Jambo House (main bldg) Follow these steps:
    • Bus to a theme park or Disney Springs
      (both resorts are closest to Animal Kingdom, so that bus will likely be your best option)
    • Bus to Animal Kingdom Lodge - Kidani Village bus stop
    • Arrive at your destination
    Want to get there faster?
    Or have feedback about a route for us?
    5 All-Star Movies Animal Kingdom Lodge - Kidani Village
    Follow these steps:
    • Bus to a theme park or Disney Springs
      (both resorts are closest to Animal Kingdom, so that bus will likely be your best option)
    • Bus to Animal Kingdom Lodge - Kidani Village bus stop
    • Arrive at your destination
    Want to get there faster?
    Or have feedback about a route for us?
    6 All-Star Movies Art of Animation Follow these steps:
    • Bus to a theme park or Disney Springs
      (All-Star Movies is closest to Animal Kingdom, and Art of Animation is closest to Hollywood Studios, so those buses will likely be your best choices)
    • Skyliner (from Hollywood Studios) or    Bus to Art of Animation
    • Arrive at your destination
    7 All-Star Movies Bay Lake Tower Follow these steps:
    • Bus to Magic Kingdom
    • Walk (takes about 10 minutes) or    monorail to Bay Lake Tower
    • Arrive at your destination
    Want to get there faster?
    Or have feedback about a route for us?
    8 All-Star Movies Beach Club Villas Follow these steps:
    • Bus to a theme park or Disney Springs
      (All-Star Movies is closest to Animal Kingdom, so that bus will likely be your best option)
    • Bus to Beach Club
    • Arrive at your destination
    Want to get there faster?
    Or have feedback about a route for us?
    9 All-Star Movies Beach Club Follow these steps:
    • Bus to a theme park or Disney Springs
      (All-Star Movies is closest to Animal Kingdom, so that bus will likely be your best option)
    • Bus to Beach Club
    • Arrive at your destination
    Want to get there faster?
    Or have feedback about a route for us?
    10 All-Star Movies Blizzard Beach Follow these steps:
    • Bus to Blizzard Beach
    • Arrive at your destination
    Want to get there faster?
    Or have feedback about a route for us?
    Starting Point Ending Point

    Dining options at Grand Floridian

    You can find both Quick Service and Table Service options here, along with lounges and bars. Take note that Gasparilla Island Grill has Mobile Order. Plus, Grand Floridian Café and Narcoossee’s both offer Mobile Dine Check-In, meaning you’ll check-in using the My Disney Experience app rather than going to the host stand. When your table is ready, you’ll be notified to proceed to a specific location. You can read more about the dining options below.



    Breakfast

    Gasparilla Grill (breakfast)

    Quick Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Gasparilla Grill (breakfast)

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Affordable options, hot food (including Mickey waffles) and pastries available, indoor and outdoor seating (outdoor seating overlooks the marina), mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

    Cons: Food is just OK, service can be slow


    Grand Floridian Cafe (breakfast)

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Grand Floridian Cafe (breakfast)

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Great food, often easy to get into

    Cons: Though relatively affordable compared to other Grand Floridian restaurants, some still find some prices to be a bit high


    1900 Park Fare (breakfast) – Temporarily Closed

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - 1900 Park Fare (breakfast) – Temporarily Closed

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Random character combo is fun (and often includes Alice, Mad Hatter, Mary Poppins, Tigger and Winnie the Pooh), strawberry soup is good

    Cons: Fairly expensive, especially since the food isn't super good (you're definitely paying for the experience)

    Tips: If you arrive by monorail, it may not be obvious where this restaurant is located. When you exit the monorail, go down to the first floor and you'll find the restaurant by the front doors.


    Lunch

    Gasparilla Grill (lunch)

    Quick Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Gasparilla Grill (lunch)

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Affordable options, create-your-own salads available, indoor and outdoor seating (outdoor seating overlooks the marina), mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

    Cons: Food is just OK, service can be slow


    1900 Park Fare (brunch) – Temporarily Closed

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - 1900 Park Fare (brunch) – Temporarily Closed

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Random character combo is fun (and often includes Alice, Mad Hatter, Mary Poppins, Tigger and Winnie the Pooh), strawberry soup is good

    Cons: This meal is a brunch offering that is only available during the holidays. For 2016 those dates are Nov. 20-26 and Dec. 18th - Jan. 1st, 2017.

    Tips: If you arrive by monorail, it may not be obvious where this restaurant is located. When you exit the monorail, go down to the first floor and you'll find the restaurant by the front doors.


    Grand Floridian Cafe (lunch)

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Grand Floridian Cafe (lunch)

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Great food, often easy to get into

    Cons: Though relatively affordable compared to other Grand Floridian restaurants, some still find some prices to be a bit high


    Dinner

    Gasparilla Grill (dinner)

    Quick Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Gasparilla Grill (dinner)

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Affordable options, hot food and pastries available, indoor and outdoor seating (outdoor seating overlooks the marina), mobile ordering in My Disney Experience available

    Cons: Food is just OK, service can be slow


    Victorias and Alberts Chef’s Table (dinner) – Temporarily Closed

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Victorias and Alberts Chef’s Table (dinner) – Temporarily Closed

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? No, 0 Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros:

    Cons:


    Narcoossee’s (dinner)

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Narcoossee’s (dinner)

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 2 Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Fantastic seafood and amazing views including being able to see the fireworks from the Magic Kingdom

    Cons: Expensive, long waits for food


    Victorias and Alberts (dinner) – Temporarily Closed

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Victorias and Alberts (dinner) – Temporarily Closed

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? No, 0 Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: Yes

    Link to menu →

    Pros: 1 of only 3 AAA Five Diamond-rated restaurants in Florida, 6+ course meal that is skillfully prepared, amazing food

    Cons: Lengthy meal may be a bit too long for some, very expensive, not on the Disney Dining Plan


    Grand Floridian Cafe (dinner)

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Grand Floridian Cafe (dinner)

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Great food, often easy to get into

    Cons: Though relatively affordable compared to other Grand Floridian restaurants, some still find some prices to be a bit high


    Citricos (dinner)

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Citricos (dinner)

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 2 Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Beautiful restaurant with great food and service, somewhat of a hidden gem so getting reservations here can be easier than other upscale restaurants, upscale (dress code is in place)

    Cons: Expensive, no view of fireworks


    1900 Park Fare (dinner) – Temporarily Closed

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - 1900 Park Fare (dinner) – Temporarily Closed

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Fun character interactions (character lineup often includes Prince Charming, Cinderella, Anastasia, Drizella and Lady Tremaine) and it's fun to be able to have both sushi rolls and gummi bears at dinner (where else would that be possible?)

    Cons: Fairly expensive, especially since the food isn't super good (you're definitely paying for the experience)

    Tips: If you arrive by monorail, it may not be obvious where this restaurant is located. When you exit the monorail, go down to the first floor and you'll find the restaurant by the front doors.


    Everything Else

    Courtyard Pool Bar

    Quick Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Courtyard Pool Bar

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? No, Quick Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Place to grab a quick snack and a drink (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic options available)

    Cons: Doesn't open until noon, limited food options


    Citricos Lounge

    Quick Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Citricos Lounge

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? No, Quick Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Some of the great food and drinks that are served in the Citrico's restaurant, but usually without the waits or need for a reservation

    Cons: Limited seating


    Beaches Pool Bar & Grill

    Quick Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Beaches Pool Bar & Grill

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? Yes, 1 Quick Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Interesting food options for a pool bar

    Cons: Usually only open for limited hours


    Afternoon Tea at Garden View Tea Room – Temporarily Closed

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Afternoon Tea at Garden View Tea Room – Temporarily Closed

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? No, Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Relaxing, traditional English tea experience that includes tea as well as a selection of sandwiches, fruit and pastries. A special "Mrs. Potts Tea" (chocolate milk) is available for younger guests. If you book your reservation for 3:00 pm or later you'll be able to relax and enjoy your tea while the listening to the live music from the Grand Floridian lobby.

    Cons: Fairly expensive for just tea and mini-sandwiches, scones and fruit (costs the same or more than a full meal).


    Wonderland Tea Party – Temporarily Unavailable

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Wonderland Tea Party – Temporarily Unavailable

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? No, 0 Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: 1 hour tea party from 2-3 p.m. for ages 4-10 where kids get to make and eat cupcakes, hear a story, have tea (juice) with the characters and make flower bouquets.

    Cons: Kids do this event without parents so parents should plan to do something nearby like stroll the beach, order a drink, explore the resort, etc.

    Tips: The price of this tea party makes it a popular option so be sure to book early if you'd like to attend.


    Perfectly Princess Tea Party – Temporarily Unavailable

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Perfectly Princess Tea Party – Temporarily Unavailable

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? No, Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: A whole event rather than just a meal that includes each girl receiving a doll, tiara, bracelet, rose, scrapbook plus food and entertainment (boys receive a crown and plush bear). The $250 price includes 1 adult and 1 child. More children can be added for an additional cost.

    Cons: Available every day except Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 - 10:30 am.

    Tips: Party goers are encouraged to dress up as their favorite princess or prince.


    Enchanted Rose

    Table Service

    Grand Floridian Resort - Enchanted Rose

    Location: Grand Floridian Resort

    On the Disney Dining Plan? No, Table Service credit(s)

    WDW Prep Favorite: No

    Link to menu →

    Pros: Unique themed drinks (plus champagne, ports, cognacs), appetizers available, Beauty and the Beast theming

    Cons: Disney Dining Plan not accepted, only open in evenings, pricey


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