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  • On Jun 8, 2024
    Norman from FL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Where in the on-line room reservation do I indicate the room block for our sons’s wedding? We have the block # but I couldn’t locate the field to enter it. Thank you!

    Hey there Norman, and welcome to planDisney!

    As the resident Disney Groom on the panel, I'm happy to answer any and all things about Disney's Fairy Tale Weddings, especially since they did such an incredible job when we got married here at Walt Disney World Resort last year. From the looks of it, you've set your arrival date as December the 28th of this year which could mean that this wedding is taking place at an incredibly popular time of the year, so making sure that you've booked your room sooner than later is very important! So from someone who's spent years researching and planning my own Disney Wedding, I'm happy to point you in the right direction on behalf of all the DisBrides and DisGrooms out there whose parents , might need help getting their stay booked:

    • Choosing to have a Room Block is something that some couples choose to not only ensure that their guests are all managed and booked at several locations of their choosing (often at varying price points), but also potentially provide them with potential discounts on rooms, theme park admission and even complimentary nights once they hit certain thresholds for bookings filled by their wedding guests.
    • Currently when you're booking a stay at one of the Disney Resort Hotels where the happy Disney newlyweds have their room block set up, wedding guests typically wouldn't use the Walt Disney World Resort website's usual reservation process. Instead, your son and his future spouse should have a dedicated website link for their wedding - the website url begins with "" - that should not require you to enter in their assigned Group Number. (You'll know you've found the right website if there's a big button that currently reads: "Click Here to Start"and the last names of the couple at the top; it will prompt you to input the dates of your stay and the number of guests staying in the room in order to display the remaining rooms and rates available at the locations that they have selected.)
    • Sometimes wedding guests may encounter issues with the website that they have been provided, and alternatively your son and his spouse should also have a phone number via their Wedding Reservation Specialist that guests can call and book through by identifying the wedding through their Group code or their Names. Since phone numbers may be subject to change over time, it's best to check in with your son for this number if you'd like see whether you can complete your reservation over the phone instead. (For example, 407-827-6799 was the phone number provided previously, and it's important to remember that this number as well as room availability may be different by the time of your son's wedding.) 
    I hope that this helps, Norman! Don't hesitate to reach out again for any other Disney Wedding tips or advice from myself or even recent DisBride and planDisney Panelist Kay - we'd be happy to help you as you prepare to celebrate this very special day in your son's life!

    Here's to all the Happily Ever Afters at the Most Magical Place on Earth!
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