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  • On Jul 27, 2022
    Charles from ME Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How do I make a reservation please?

    Hiya Charles! Welcome to planDisney. I’m so excited you’re here!

    If you couldn't tell from our name, my fellow panelists and I love to plan all things Disney, and it likely comes as no surprise that we like to get the planning party started as early as possible. So, I’m so excited to hear you’re ready to hit the ground running and start putting together a fabulous Walt Disney World Resort vacation for your family.

    Now, getting started is as easy as can be, thanks to the handy Walt Disney World website. So, when you’re ready to book, simply head to the website and look for the “Build Your Vacation” banner at the top of the page. From there, enter the dates you’re looking to visit, the number of Guests in your party, and any specific hotels you want to visit. If you’re unsure where you want to stay and wish to see general availability, just leave “All Resort Hotels” as the option in the dropdown, and you can explore all of the fabulous Disney Resorts Collection hotels with rooms available. Next, click “View Rates,” and you’ll see all available accommodations and pricing details. Once you pick the hotel you’d like to stay at, you’ll be able to select theme park tickets, add-on options, and more! Finally, once you’ve found the vacation package that fits your needs, simply click “Check Out” and follow the prompts to complete your booking, and you’re on your way!

    Alternatively, you can give the fabulous Cast Members on the Disney Resorts Hotel Reservations team a call at (407) 939-1936 to discuss your options over the phone. They will be happy to talk through your budget, specific needs, and more to help craft the perfect vacation for your family. Just think of them as your very own vacation planning fairy god parents!

    Once your vacation is booked, you’ll want to ensure you reserve your Theme Park Reservations. As a reminder, you will need to make a reservation for the first park you plan to visit each day. Then, if you have added the Park Hopper Option to your ticket, you can hop over to another park after 2 p.m. each afternoon. Some dates get booked up, so I recommend securing your Theme Park Reservations as early as possible to ensure you can enjoy all the parks you were hoping to visit. To make your Park Pass Reservations, click on the “+” in the middle of your My Disney Experience app navigation bar and click on “Make a Park Reservation.” From there, click on “Theme park Tickets,” and a separate browser window will open. You can then select the members of your party, the date of your visit, and the park you would like to reserve.

    I know there is a lot to consider when planning your Walt Disney World Resort vacation, so I do hope this answer has been helpful to you! Please do visit us again soon with any other questions you may have!

    Happy planning!
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Meet the Panelist: Diana, New York

Hiya! I'm Diana from New York, and I'm so excited to help you plan your next Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Whether you're planning your first trip or just visiting "For the First Time in Forever," with all that Walt Disney World has to offer, it's easy to feel like you're headed "Into the Unknown." Just remember, "You've Got a Friend in Me!" So, let me be a "Part of Your World" to lend a helping hand as you plan your most magical Walt Disney World vacation! Learn More About Diana

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