EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On Mar 26, 2012
    Crystal Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    On our first trip to WDW we had club level service and plus dining. Is it better to do it this way or get the plus dining deluxe so we can have breakfast as well. And are all the meals table service or can we use quick service as well. Thanks so much

    Hi Crystal,

    I have had the wonderful opportunity to stay at the Concierge Level on several Disney vacations and can honestly say that the snacks and beverages provided throughout the day saved my family a ton on meals.  My kids loved the food served at the Club Level, and we generally only ate "out" for dinner (only to return to the Concierge for a late-night snack).  That being said, Walt Disney World has some incredible dining experiences, including character meals, special themed dining experiences and amazing signature venues.  If you think you would prefer experiencing all that Disney dining has to offer, and enjoy having sit-down meals three times per day, I'd suggest going for the deluxe dining plan.  (On this plan, you are able to use your credits for either quick service or table service establishments.)  Whichever you decide, have a magical trip!
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