• On Nov 15, 2012
    Julie from MI 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.

    I just called to make breakfast reservations at CRT, exactly 180 days out from our trip in May 2013. It appears that breakfast and lunch at CRT are already booked or not open for that entire week. How is this possible?????

    Hi Julie,

    That does seem a little odd, I have to say.

    I know that sometimes in the past when I have called to make dining reservations at exactly 180 days out, tables at certain restaurants have not yet been loaded into the system and I have had to call back a few days later in order to make a dining reservation.

    The other thing is that Guests of Disney Resort hotels are able to make dining reservations for the first 10 days of their stay at 180 days out which can mean that people have been able to make dining reservations for 9 days prior to you being able to call for the first time.

    Just out of interest, I tried to make a dining reservation for Cinderella's Royal Table for 14 May 2013 on the Walt Disney World website and no times were available.

    I would recommend that you call and speak to a Cast Member again tomorrow on (407) 939-3463 and if it still isn't possible to make a dining reservation, ask if there is any reason for this.

    Don't forget, that even if it booked up, cancellations do occur all of the time so keep checking and don't give up.

    Wishing you a magical trip filled with memories which will last a lifetime!
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