Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We have two families going to WDW this Nov. For dinner reservations is it easier to book two parties of 4 & 3 and ask to be seated side by side OR try for a table for 7?
- - Asked by LISA from Ontario on 10/9/2013
- Hi Lisa,
Traveling with a large party can be a lot fun! I would try for a reservation of 7. That way you are guaranteed to sit together. However, since your vacation is so close, getting reservations could be tricky. If you do two separate parties, you may not be able to get the same times. But if making a reservation for 7 doesn't work and splitting the parties up allows you to get tables at the same time, then try it.
If that's what ends up happening, plan on arriving at your reservation at least 20 minutes early. Explain that your two parties would like to sit together. You my have to wait a little extra time for them to accommodate you, but I think that the cast members will do their best to seat you together. You just need to prepare to wait.
Hope this helps. Have a magical vacation!
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