Making an ADR upon park opening?
What are the odds that we will be able to get a reservation for BOG if we go to guest relations upon park opening? Or do you think it would be better to try getting a walk-in? This trip was semi-spur of the moment (1.5 months in advance) so there are no ADR's available, but i am checking daily for the odd chance of there being an opening. I'll be happy with a lunch visit but i'd be ecstatic with a dinner visit.
Your best bet will be to go there for lunch (it's CS, no ADRs). If you don't want a long wait, line up before it opens at 10:30.
1) Your best chance is finding a resort Concierge with an override code.
2) Every resort has 1-2 Concierge with dining overrides.
3) They can insert a table even when the eatery is sold out.
. . . they are not advertised or acknowledged
. . . they override ressies very sparingly
. . . if they override much, the privilege is given to someone else
. . . they only way to find them is to ask if they "can fit you in" the eatery
. . . if they say "yes", you know they have a code and will do it
. . . if they say "no", either they don't have it or don't want to do it
4) We have put folks into every eatery
. . . if they were VIPs
. . . if they were Marketing guests
. . . if we liked them
NOTE: When looking at a restaurant grid, one sees black numbers
for the table size and the time. In some cases, there is a "red" number.
This means the time is oversold by the number of tables in red. As an
example, if you look at CRT, you will see 15-20 overrides per day - red
is a table override, not a person override. This backs up the ressies,
but the folks we want in di get into the restaurant.
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