Which ADR is harder to get?

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Reservations' started by BMAEC, May 14, 2018.

  1. BMAEC

    BMAEC Mouseketeer

    May 14, 2018
    Long story short, we did not get our desired ADRs on our 180 days last week. Since then I've been able to make some back up plans and secure a few that we didn't get that morning, but still do not have the coveted CRT. My girls are 2, 4, and 6 and obsessed with Disney Princesses, esp Cinderella, so it would be their dream to eat in the castle. I think they would go crazy for BOG as well though. Right now, we are doing MK for 2 days. I have BOG breakfast on one of the days. My question is, if a CRT comes up at the same time, should I take it, being forced to cancel BOG, with the hope of finding a BOG for breakfast/lunch the other day, or do I wait for another CRT to come up? Which is harder to get? I've been playing around with searching for night before reservations in May and it seems like I'm seeing some BOG breakfast and lunches pop up but not much CRT, especially not for 5 people. If we have to, I can take the older girls to a 3 person reservation while my husband takes our 2 y/o somewhere else, but it would be ideal to all go together. Any advice is appreciated! I am new to this - never been to Disney myself. We do have 1900 Park Fare Happily Ever After and Akershus reservations, so it's not that we need CRT for the characters, more for the experience of dining in the castle. Thanks! Edited to add- I have two reservation finders alerting me of reservations!
  2. Gophers

    Gophers Mouseketeer

    Oct 11, 2013
    IMO I think withthe ages of your children that they would really enjoy the princesses at CRT. We’ve been there twice and what I’ve seen is that the cast princesses spend more time at the tables when there are children there. You would get some great pictures and memories. BOG is very nice and hard to get and may be harder but I would go with CRT.
  3. Bostonbeans99

    Bostonbeans99 Mouseketeer

    Apr 16, 2018
    I was very impressed with CRT last year. They came out to us one at a time...each one spent the time talking and taking pictures with us. No rush at all...and I felt it was quality breakfast and quality meet & greets. I loved how my teenage son had barely any interest until Jasmine arrive at our table. Then he was all fine to be in the picture. :teeth:

    Cinderella at the beginning...before you head upstairs was nice also.

    I feel same waypixiedust:

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