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  • On Feb 16, 2024
    Clare from South Yorkshire Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I have 2 rooms booked at a Disney resort hotel can I add the dining plan to just 1 room or do o have to add to both and is the price per person or per room per night.

    Hi Clare!
    Welcome to planDisney.

    We are very excited to see the return of the Disney dining plans - I love them for the flexibility when using them, and for the way they enable us to budget for our food while we are taking our holidays at Walt Disney World.  It's one less thing to think about.

    If you booked your holiday directly with The Walt Disney Travel Company International, you can add a Disney dining plan to a package - that's a Disney Resort hotel room including park tickets.  If your two rooms are booked under one booking reference, a Disney dining plan must be added for each guest, for the entire length of stay.  If you have two separate booking references, you can choose to add a dining plan for each person in only one of the bookings.  The price is per person, not per room, for each night of stay.  To add a dining plan, please call Disney Resort Hotel Reservations on the freephone UK number listed in this telephone directory.

    There is a lot of flexibility when using the Disney dining plans - mostly around when you use your dining plan - you can use it in any way you please from the day of check-in to midnight on the day you leave (subject to meals and snacks remaining on your balance).  So if you are spending time at the parks or around the Resort hotel after your check-out time, you can still make use of what is left of your dining plan.  You can keep track of your remaining balance when you are in the US by referring to your My Disney Experience, or by checking any dining receipt.  Your Front Desk Cast Members can also provide you with a printed summary if you would prefer that.

    When using the Disney Dining Plan, for each night of stay, each guest (ages 3 and over) will receive 1 Table-Service Meal; 1 Quick-Service meal; 1 Alcoholic/Non-Alcoholic drink with each meal; and 1 Snack or Drink.  The Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan provides 2 Quick-Service meals;  1 Alcoholic/Non-Alcoholic drink with each meal; and 1 Snack or Drink.

    Also included in the price of each Disney Dining Plan is a Resort Refillable Mug.  This can be used for unlimited refills of a selection of fountain drinks, including sugar-free versions, and hot drinks such as coffee, tea and hot chocolate, at the beverage stations found at the Quick-Service locations at all Disney Resort hotels for the length of your dining plan.  It's also worth noting that you will find a sink next to all the beverage stations so you can rinse your mug before your next refill.  

    If you have any further questions about the Disney dining plans or any other planning questions, please visit us again.  We will be happy to help you plan your magical holiday at Walt Disney World.  Keep your eye on the Disney Parks Blog for all the latest official news and updates on events that may be happening during your stay.

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