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  • On Jun 29, 2012
    Terri from MO Asked

    I'm trying to choose between Cinderella's Royal Table and the Princess Dining at Epcot. Obviously the big plus to Cinderella is getting to eat in the castle, but which experience offers more "Princess" time or more Princesses? My daughter is 4

    Hi Terri,

    My family has eaten in both Cinderella's Royal Table and the Akershus Royal Banquet Hall.  At Cinderella's Royal Table, you will be greeted by Cinderella for a quick photograph of your entire party before going upstairs to the Hall.  Being inside the Castle is amazing.  You will meet four Princesses:  Aurora, Snow White, Ariel, and Belle in her blue dress.  Each of the Princesses will be royally announced. Your daughter will receive a magic wand and Wishing Star.  The food is good but the portions are a bit small.  It is a great experience.  My family prefers to eat at the Akershus Royal Banquet Hall.  You will first get your picture with Belle in her golden dress before going to your table.  You will see four Princesses as well;  Snow White, Aurora, Ariel, and Cinderella or Jasmine.  I really don't think they spend more time with you, however, the interactions with my daughters and son have been truly wonderful there and much more fun!  The meal is a buffet for salad and appetizers with delicious main entree selections and a family-style dessert.  If you are on the Disney Dining Plan, Cinderella's Royal Table requires two Table Service credits while Akershus Royal Banquet Hall requires one and is less expensive at all meals if you are paying cash. While both experiences are amazing, I would recommend going to Epcot and seeing the beautiful Princesses! 

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Meet the Panelist: Laura, Indiana

I am a family practice physician and mother of three children.  I would love to answer any questions about Disney Vacation Club and my most favorite place in the whole world:  Walt Disney World!  Let me sprinkle some magic in your life! Learn More About Laura

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