cinderellas royal table
  • On Jul 9, 2023
    Glen from NY Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Do I have to pay for the meal separately when doing Cinderella Royal table? Thank you.

    Greetings Glen, and I'd like to wish you a very Royal welcome to planDisney!

    Take it from a Prince, there's really nothing that immerses you the magic of Walt Disney World Resort than dining within a castle to meet your favorite Princesses - and you can bet that folks wishing to do so at Cinderella's Royal Table can expect to pay an appropriately regal price just for the experience. 

    Now it may please you to discover that currently, the payment that you make in advance when you make your reservation already covers the entirety of the experience, including your meal - whether you're starting off your Magic Kingdom Park day with an early Breakfast visit or finishing it off with dinnertime listening to the sounds of fireworks going off during the later seating.  You'll notice from the menus that the only things that are charged separately are any alcoholic beverages like special cocktails (some folks might enjoy an early morning Mimosa while vacationing), wines and beers. 

    Cinderella's Royal Table does have unique reservation policies and while they are always subject to change without prior notice, it's always good to double-check and confirm closer to your booking; we discovered a few changes to menu items between our visits that we were pleasantly surprised by! As I mentioned earlier, it is absolutely possible to dine within the castle while nighttime spectaculars like Happily Ever After are happening around you; you may not be able to see it but there's something special about knowing you've got Tinker Bell preparing to make her flight from the spires above you as you eat.

    In my opinion, aiming for the earliest or latest booking slots rewards you with the unique opportunity to be able to experience parts of Magic Kingdom Park when it's emptier of the thousands of guests in the middle of the day, so it's definitely something to consider if the chance to snap a cleaner shot of Cinderella Castle is something you might want. Be sure to come on back to planDisney again for any more advice or bits of royal knowledge ahead of your next adventure!

    Say hi to the Princesses for me when you're there!
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