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  • On Jun 22, 2023
    Josh from ON Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We have a split stay coming up in August. Our 60 Day window just opened up for the first check-in date. Is there anyway to get our second checkin day connected for our second hotel so that we can book all of our dining reservations at the same time?

    Hey there, hi there, ho there, Josh!

    Thanks for stopping by with another great Walt Disney World Resort vacation planning question. You're as welcome as can be here at planDisney! I'm excited to hear you're planning to visit The Most Magical Place on Earth in just a couple of months. Oh boy - the countdown is on!

    Josh, you're within your 60-day dining reservation window, which means it's time to book some incredible dining experiences for your upcoming vacation. Guests staying at a Disney Resort hotel may make dining reservations beginning 60 days before their scheduled arrival for the length of their stay, up to 10 days. Since you have two separate Disney Resort hotel reservations, you'll also have two dining reservation windows. Josh, sometimes Disney Resort hotel reservations can be linked. For example, I've had success linking two reservations of the same Disney Resort hotel and room type in the past. (If this applies to you, I recommend reaching out to the friendly Cast Members at the Disney Resort Hotel Reservations phone line to request your reservations be linked.) However, if you'll be switching Resort hotels during your visit, you'll be able to make dining reservations for the remaining portion of your stay beginning 60 days before your scheduled check-in at your second Disney Resort hotel.

    A split-stay is my favorite way to experience the offerings of two different Disney Resort hotels. In fact, my family books split-stays during almost all of our Walt Disney World Resort vacations! Staying at multiple Disney Resort hotels will allow you to experience unique Resort transportation options, dining, and recreational offerings. Plus, as a Disney Resort hotel Guest, you'll be able to take advantage of the early theme park entry benefit, allowing you to enter the theme parks 30 minutes before they open to the public! If you'll be staying at a Deluxe Resort hotel or Deluxe Villa Resort, you can also enjoy extended evening hours in the theme parks on select nights. By combining these benefits, Guests can maximize their time in the theme parks by enjoying popular attractions with reduced wait times!

    Josh, I hope you've found this information helpful. I'm wishing you and your club of Mouseketeers a swell time at The Most Magical Place on Earth! If you have any additional questions, please feel free to stop back by planDisney again anytime. We're all ears!

    See ya real soon,

    Lauren
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Meet the Panelist: Lauren, Michigan

Hello friends! I'm Lauren M. from the Mitten State. I'm a mom, scientist, runDisney enthusiast, Disney Vacation Club Member, and self-proclaimed connoisseur of Disney snacks! For my family, it's a mix of both new and nostalgic that keeps us returning to the Walt Disney World Resort year after year. Throughout my life, I've been fortunate enough to experience many milestones and unforgettable moments at Disney Destinations and I can't wait to help you make magical vacation memories of your own! Learn More About Lauren

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