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Walt's American Restaurant - Disney Dreams Package cost?

Discussion in 'Disneyland Paris Trip Planning & Community Board' started by mikneyspackson, Nov 14, 2012.

  1. How much is this, and would I have to book over the phone?!
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  3. if it's even still on?
    Please somebody who knows let me know, thanking y'allll
  4. Vala

    Vala Active Member

    It is still on, but only on the weekends.

    You call and make the restaurant reservation. Then you specify in the restaurant that you want the Dreams meal.
  5. Carrie_Cat

    Carrie_Cat <font color=magenta>I'm a Rive Gauche person<br><f Moderator

    You can also book it when you get there and it costs 40€.

    I wouldn't bother tbh, as an adult without small children I've never had a pb finding a good spot to watch Dreams even going in the summer which has far more people than a cold weekend in Nov.

    The thread below will give you more information and feedback of peoples experiences

  6. Oh ok thank you. Is that only Saturday and Sunday then? Just because idealy I'd love to do it on the friday?
  7. Thanks very much!! Ah really? I've read that some people get in position like 2 hours before it starts and things! Crazy haha.
    I'll think about it but thank you for replying :) I'll have a read
  8. nicola

    nicola <font color=deeppink>Tinkerbell<br><font color=gre

    We are going next week and was wondering does this package happen on fri or just sat and sun? It says weekend only but is fri considered the weekend?
  9. Omg I'm going in a week too and this is exactly what I wanted to know :)
    Leaving sunday... would be freaky if that was the same for you too haha!
  10. Ware Bears

    Ware Bears <img src="http://www.wdwinfo.com/dis-sponsor/image Moderator

    Just merged the two threads. :)
    I'm with Carrie on this. We were there for three nights in the middle of August and watched Dreams twice with a really good position without having to stake a spot out. The first night we'd been watching Fantillusion near the bottom of Main Street and just walked up it when it had finished and the second time we'd been in Frontierland and just came out the exit and found there was plenty of space - in fact I decided we were too near the front and so we moved farther back. On our last night we'd decided to watch it from our room balcony but two of my DDs decided at the last minute that they wanted to see it in the park again so they hotfooted it over there at the eleventh hour and again got themselves a prime spot.

    If you do decide to do the Dreams package (I would have considered this if the menu had been more extensive) you can phone 00 33 1 60 30 40 50 to book. There's an option to press for English speaking when you get through in case you're a bit concerned about conversing in French. They'll also be able to confirm for you which days of the weekend the meal is available.
  11. Tink'sMum

    Tink'sMum Member

    From what I saw, the people who staked out spots were literally at the rope, in the middle if the front of the castle.
    The VIP viewing area is back and slightly to the side and there was loads of space either side of it, right up to 5 mins before the show started.
    I wouldn't see any advantage to being in the VIP area in terms of the view it offers, rather it's good for turning up with seconds to spare and not stressing over where to stand.
  12. Carrie_Cat

    Carrie_Cat <font color=magenta>I'm a Rive Gauche person<br><f Moderator

    Weekend is Sat and Sun...Fri is weekday
  13. DLPDreams

    DLPDreams <font color=deeppink>I am like a child in a sweet

    We have booked this for the Saturday night of our trip (we also did it in June). We want to eat in Walts anyway (hoping for a window seat!) and I believe the meal choices have improved slightly since then.

    We have young children and I just don't want to stand around in the cold late at night waiting for a long time. On the night in June we rode BTM until 15 mins before and then strolled up 10 mins before and got a great view with little wait - no one in front of us - this is always an issue for young children so it's a good solution for young families.

    BUT, to some extent I agree with others here - it will be cold and on another french site, people are already saying 10 pm is too late in Winter to stand around - apparently quite a few day trippers/locals leave before that time....

    However, I would rather have it booked and if we see the nights prior that it isn't so busy, then we might cancel when there. I suspect though, that we will do it anyway as the price is quite reasonable for what you get :).

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