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  • [Question] ADRs at Christmas

    Hi guys,

    Another question (other one was about WL), this time regarding the ADRs.

    I'm into the 180 days out before my family and I go to WDW, and I am concerned I may not get into the restaurants I want to for a table service meal. Is it imperative that I call ASAP for Dec. 29-Jan. 2 ressies?

    And, is it difficult to get counter service meals during the holiday rush?

    Thanks in advance...

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    Re: ADRs at Christmas

    We have been to WDW 3 times during this particular week. It is EXTREMELY difficult to get reservations. Call the minute you decide where you want to go and be flexible with times. We had several 9pm dinners!! Counter service is always available but expect long lines





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      Re: ADRs at Christmas

      Make your reservations NOW!!! At the 180 day mark...the phone lines for Dining are flooded. You could already be out of luck of some favorites...
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        Re: ADRs at Christmas

        Agreed. You'll find that some of the restaurants can be booked a bit later, but prime time at the prime restaurants are usually gone within a day or so of the opening of the 180 day window. Book NOW!!!

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          Re: ADRs at Christmas

          I agree also- book now. If you want a resi for someplace like Le Cellier - it is close to impossible to get a table after the 180 day window
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