Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Feb 16, 2011
    Danielle from PA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Have an ADR for CRT for breatkfast on 5/16/11. I'm on the dining play but want to pay cash instead of using 2 dining credits. How much is the breakfast for adults/children? And can I pay for it the day of or does it have to be paid in advance? Thanks!

    Hi Danielle!
    Cinderella's Royal Table is such a special experience - you are in for a royal treat!

    The price of the breakfast on your date in May is $49.66 for ages 10 and over, and $32.27 for ages 3-9.  You may pay for this a number of ways. 

    If you had booked your Disney Dining Plan (DDP) prior to making the Advanced Dining Reservations: when you made your advanced Dining Reservation (ADR), you would have been required to give your credit card, which would be held (but not charged) just in case you did not cancel your reservation one full day in advance. 

    If you booked the ADR prior to making your resort and Disney Dining Plan (DDP) booking: you would have given your credit card and it would have been charged for the meal at the time of booking. 

    Once you are at your character breakfast, you will have the option to pay however you want - by cash, credit card or DDP credits (which you use by presenting your 'Key to the World' card).  If you had made your reservation and paid by credit card prior to buying the DDP, they will be able to refund your credit card if you decide to pay by cash or DDP.   

    Enjoy Cinderella's Royal Table!
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