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  • On Sep 19, 2017
    Luke from NY Asked

    i have made some dining reservations for my stay in feb 2018. we have a six month old infant and did not include her in the reservation. we this be a problem?

    Hello Luke!
    Yes, you should include your child in the total number of people in your party even if she is an infant when you are making your Advanced Dining Reservations because the restaurant needs to know how many guests will be at each table and for the restaurant capacity.  If you did not do this, then don't worry because all you have to do is let them know when you check in to the restaurant that you have a six month old child who is not on the Advanced Dining Reservation and they will add your child to your reservation right at that time. You will be allowed in so do not worry. For any future Advanced Dining Reservations, just remember to include your infant in the total head count when you make your Advanced Dining Reservation. I hope that your next Walt Disney World vacation is truly amazing in every way! 

    Keep Dreaming Big! 
    Marc
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