Couples at Citricos AA & Asian; diverse and inclusion; lunch
  • On Oct 1, 2023
    Carla from ON Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are 2 couples. Need 2 rooms. How do I book that? Also, if I have a promo dining card, do I still need a dining plan?

    Well hello there Carla, it's so nice to welcome you back to planDisney!

    It's always so nice to be able to help fellow Canadians make their journey down to the sunny skies of Orlando - especially during the colder times of the year up north! It seems like it's definitely been some time since your last visit here, and a lot has certainly changed at Walt Disney World Resort from the time you first reached out to us ahead of your visit.

    You'll be happy to hear that it's still quite simple to book more than one Disney Resort Hotel room; families frequently do so directly on the Walt Disney World Resort website with the help of the friendly Cast Members who can walk you through the process via the online Chat function. You can also take advantage of calling the Disney Resort Hotel Reservations line in case you need assistance with this, and some folks even prefer to use their own Authorized Disney Vacation Planner or travel professional to make arrangements for them! The way that couples traveling together choose to do this depends on whether one of you will be the one managing most of the plans, and you can even make a request for the possibility of rooms that are adjoining or at least close to each other, but I do recommend keeping an eye on any special offers that pop up throughout the year that you all may be able to benefit from.

    As for the Disney Dining Promo Card, this acts like a gift card to be used at participating dining locations and often comes in conjunction with special package offers. This is different from Disney Dining Plans which effectively allow you to pre-pay for your meals throughout your stay; I would not necessarily recommend that you require both during your visit unless you intend on spending much more on dining beyond what’s already available as part of either Disney Dining Plan offering. From my observations folks and families usually opt for one or the other as they decide on their vacation packages and what would make the most sense with their dining habits.

    I hope that this helped Carla, here at planDisney we’re always happy to help provide our advice and any tips and tricks to look out for ahead of your next Disney adventure!

    Here’s to your upcoming trip in the New Year to the Most Magical Place on Earth!
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