Getting a Reservation at Cinderella's Royal Table

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  1. hnfrisk

    hnfrisk Earning My Ears

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    I'm planning a trip for my family during the second week of May. My daughter would love to have a meal with Cinderella and the princess but of course breakfast and lunch is booked for that time and I was wondering if it's possible to get in through a cancellation or if that is highly unlikely. When is the best time to check for cancellations - the day or two before, that day?
    They did say that they had dinner open but I've heard some negative reviews about the dinner so I wasn't sure if it was worth all the money we would be paying. Plus I know my 5yo daughter would love to see more of the princesses.
    If you've had experience with this or have any info on whether we should go ahead and do dinner please let me know. Thanks in advance!
    Heather
     
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  3. Cindy's Mom

    Cindy's Mom DIS Veteran

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    They say 48 hours prior to when you want to go...48 hours is when you have to cancel and not get penalized. Good luck
     
  4. donald&daisy

    donald&daisy DIS Veteran

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    If you really want to go I would just try calling every day. People change their plans all the time so the more you call the better chance you have of finding a cancellation. I really enjoyed breakfast when I ate there.
     
  5. Cheshire Figment

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    If you are staying at a Deluxe in Concierge, the Concierge would be able to get you a reservation (or even more than once).
     
  6. Tink's Pixieduster

    Tink's Pixieduster DIS Veteran

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    Did you know the Akershus restaurant at Norway in Epcot also has a princess breakfast, lunch and dinner? If Cindy's Palace doesn't work out, you might want to give Akershus a try. Its not the palace, but if a meal with princesses is more important than location this might be a good option. Here's a link to the menus:

    Akershus Breakfast http://www.allearsnet.com/menu/menu_psb.htm
    Akershus Lunch http://www.allearsnet.com/menu/menu_norl.htm
    Akershus Dinner http://www.allearsnet.com/menu/menu_nor.htm
    Akershus Kid's Menu Lunch and Dinner http://www.allearsnet.com/menu/menu_nork.htm

    ETA - perhaps you could make ADRs at Akershus for one of the meals, and keep trying for CRT. If CRT doesn't work out, at least you would have princess meal ressies for your DD.
     

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