Cinderella Royal Table
  • On Feb 24, 2024
    Stuart from Cheshire Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Elaine - Please advise on booking dining experience the difference between cinderella top table and be our guest. What and where is the Rose room or is this within one of these experiences.

    Royal greetings, Sir Stuart of Cheshire! Welcome back to planDisney where we love to help guests with great fanfare. Your Walt Disney World Resort visit next month is sure to be regal, so let's look at dining options fit for royalty at Magic Kingdom Park.

    Before we discuss the two experiences you're considering, please remember that dining reservations can be made 60 days in advance, so you are within that booking window. My first tip is to check both locations for availability during your dates as soon as possible; the decision might be made for you!

    The iconic castle comes to mind when most guests think of Magic Kingdom Park. And guess what? Cinderella's Royal Table is inside the actual castle! From the moment you check in, you'll get the royal treatment. The glass-slipper-wearing princess herself might even welcome you. You'll walk up a spiral staircase to the impressive dining room. My husband and I always ask to sit near the large windows overlooking Fantasyland. Various princesses will come by your table to greet you and pose for photos, and you can choose to dine at breakfast, lunch, or dinner. 

    If you're a Beauty and the Beast fan, you might prefer Be Our Guest Restaurant's French flair. This experience takes place in Beast's Castle. You'll be seated in one of three dining areas, one of which is The Rose Gallery. This ornate room features artwork from the film, but the centerpiece is a large sculpture of Beauty and her Beast. You might also like to sit in The West Wing, a somewhat mysterious room where Beast's notorious petal-dropping rose resides. You can watch her lose her crimson petals as the thunder rolls. This restaurant offers lunch and dinner, and you might catch a glimpse of The Beast strolling by as you dine, but he rarely has time to chat. 

    Both locations have prix-fixed menus, children's options, and allergy-friendly dishes. You can review the menus online for Cinderella's Royal Table and Be Our Guest to help you decide.

    Between the two, I enjoy dining at the castle best. It's perfect for special occasions or if it has been a while since I've visited the parks. But the theming at Be Our Guest can't be beat. In other words, both restaurants are unique and fabulous!

    Stuart, I'm waving my fairy godmother wand and wishing on a star that you'll enjoy one or both of these crown jewels of the theme parks. Please stop by planDisney with any other questions you might have! 

    Magic awaits,
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Meet the Panelist: Elaine, Florida

Bright Suns! I'm Elaine, a retired teacher dividing my time between my home state of Kentucky and the Sunshine State. I married my college sweetheart, and now that our only son is grown, we are exploring the empty-nest life. My family has been visiting Walt Disney World Resort for over 25 years, so if you have questions about adult-only visits, plant-based meals, thrill attractions, and Florida-resident perks, I'm here for you in full Force. Like Yoda would say, "Trips, we will plan!" Learn More About Elaine

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