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  • On Dec 12, 2022
    James from IL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Can we stay at two different resorts for our 10 day visit and still book all our reservations 10 days early and how do I count the 60 days out ? Do I not count the check out day ?

    Hello James!

    Wow, it is fantastic that you want to experience two Walt Disney World Resorts during your next vacation! Moving to a different Walt Disney World Resort during your vacation is not a hassle. I have done this very thing multiple times, which was quick and easy. 

    Disney treats each stay at a Walt Disney World Resort as a separate Walt Disney World vacation as far as Advanced Dining Reservations are concerned. So you will be able to make Advancing Dining Reservations at the 60-day mark of your first Resort stay for the days of the first Resort of your split stay. Then you can make Advanced Dining Reservations at the 60-day mark before the first day of your second Resort stay. I had a split stay at Walt Disney World Resorts for my November 2022 vacation, and I had two separate Advance Dining Reservations windows for that stay. You can look at the calendar on the Advanced Dining Reservation webpage to see which day they are up to 60 days ahead of your vacation that Advanced Dining Reservations. The available days will be in Blue, and the days that are not available yet will be in Gray and not able to be selected. I typically check every day around 70 to 60 days before your Walt Disney World vacation is scheduled to start. Also ensure that both of your Walt Disney World Resort stays are linked to your My Disney Experience Account.

    I hope you have an incredible vacation and a comfy stay in two great Walt Disney World Resorts! 

    Marc L.
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