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  • On Apr 21, 2008
    Lynsey from Northern Ireland Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    If I phone to make ADR 180 days before my arrival can I make reservations for the entire duration of my stay? We will be staying for 14 nights. We will probably reserve table service meals for each night and dont fancy phoning so many days in a row!


    If you are staying at a WDW Resort hotel, when you are 180 days from your check-in date you can book your first 10 days of  advanced dining reservations (or "ADRs" as you mentioned). This perk of booking 10 days of ADRs is only available to resort guests. Unfortunately you won't be able to book your last four or five days (not sure if you are staying 14 or 15 days) of reservations, but at least your first call will be very productive.  For your last few days you will need to call each day separately.

    A few other important tips:
    - You must have your hotel confirmation # to make dining reservations that are more than 180 days out (its OK if it is just a number from a travel agent, and not from Disney - you just need a reservation number that they can note in your reservation)
    - Only a limited number of tables are made available for the additional nine days.  If you don't find availability at the times and dates you desire on your first call, you will likely find more availability when you are exactly 180 days out from each date
    - If you use a good authorized WDW travel agent to book your package, they should be willing and able to make your dining reservations for you (very helpful, especially to avoid international calling)

    Good luck making your reservations.
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