• On Aug 17, 2021
    Ashley from MD Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    My husband and I are going to Disney for his work conference. I want to make advanced dining reservations, but I'm unsure if his boss will be joining us each night. Should I make reservations for 3 and only show up with 2 if he declines?

    Heigh-Ho Ashley,

    I would be overjoyed to hEAR my husband has a work conference at Walt Disney World and you can guarantee I would be tagging along. While the husband is away this Mouseketeer would play all around the Walt Disney World Resort. 

    This is a great question, Ashley. I recommend making your reservation for 3 Guests, it is easier to take away than to add Guests when it comes to a Walt Disney World advanced dining reservation. If his boss is unable to attend, Hakuna Matata, kindly let the Cast Member know when you check-in for your reservation. Disney Springs has a variety of world-class dining locations, which may interest you and some come even be booked through OpenTable. Afterward, you can take in the entertainment and shopping all around this venue, or enjoy a couple of after-dinner libations at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar or Dockside Margaritas, as well as many other locations. 

    If I can be of any further assistance feel free to reach out and check out the Disney Parks Blog for exciting Disney News. May your upcoming stay be filled with many magical and memorable moments.

    Have a Practically Perfect Day,

    Amy M. 
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Meet the Panelist: Amy, Virginia

I am a Dreamer who has always believed dreams are meant to be the path to your future. Walt Disney, I believe, felt the same way, "All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them." Disney has always been proof that endless imagination and the passion to make them come to fruition is possible. I will never be to old for Disney, it is home to all of us Dreamers. 

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