First time calling WDW to book resort-need help

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by kid@heart-karen, Jan 3, 2005.

  1. kid@heart-karen

    kid@heart-karen Mouseketeer

    Mar 22, 2004
    I need help, this is the first time calling to book disney hotel myself, do I call CRO, or the actual hotel?? Or is there somewhere else i call>? I am booking room only. What else do I need to know?? Price of room> should I ask first if there is a special>?? Any help would be appreciated. I am planning on staying at POP Century. TIA :wave:
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  3. MagicKingdom05

    MagicKingdom05 <font color=red>Loves to Travel<br><font color=dar

    Dec 2, 2004
    Call CRO and make the reservation or you can do it online at:

    I believe that CRO's computers are still down so you might want to check online. The new system is easy to use.
  4. RachelTori

    RachelTori Missing my tags :'(

    Jan 30, 2003
    Call CRO (central reservations). Don't be shy about asking for any specials or discounts for your date, "room only". You might also want to try one of the TA's who specialize in Disney vacations, like Dreams Unlimited. They're easy to work with and will get you the best deal out there. They'll also adjust your total should a deal come along after you've booked. Since it is your 1st time, you might be better off using a TA. They can also get any of the Priority Seatings you need. BTW: Pop Century is a good choice - can't beat the cost for a Disney property! Have fun!
  5. DisDarling

    DisDarling Mouseketeer<br><font color=9966ff>I have yet to co

    Nov 30, 2004
    When you make your reservation, be assertive, but nice. Ask for any codes, discounts, specials and especially make sure to get their name, the time and date and your confirmation number. They are human and they DO screw up occasionally, so write it all down and put it somewhere safe. When you get your paperwork in the mail for it, keep that safe as well!
  6. Citrus Swirl

    Citrus Swirl Earning My Ears

    May 26, 2001
    Hope this 800 number helps...800-828-0228. I called and booked a room only reservation at Pop Century for Feb 10-16, 2005 and they were very helpful.
  7. Grumpy92

    Grumpy92 DIS Veteran

    Nov 14, 2001
    I would call the 800 number. You might want to check for Canadian Resident specials. The only other options are for AAA members, Fla Res, Military or Annual Passholders.

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