Minnie with little girls
  • On Oct 18, 2016
    Nicole from FL Asked

    I am planning to take my kids (2 1/2 yrs old and 1 years old) to the Luau at the Polynesian Resort for dinner. Does my oldest need a ticket for a seat or will she get a seat automatically (she doesn't use a booster or highchair). Thank you!

    Hi Nicole! Although your young children are under the age of three and thus do not need tickets to the parks when you make reservations for dining you must include them in the number. This is done so everyone will have a safe place at the table to be seated. When you make your reservation for the Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show you will want to put the number of persons down so you are including your two children. It will be noted that the children are under three from your My Disney Experience account and will not be charged but they will have seating space.

    Please always do this when making dining reservations. Many restaurants do not have room for strollers so you want to make sure you have tables large enough for high chairs etc. Enjoy your great Disney vacation watching your young ones find all the magic with all of the wonderful characters and attractions.
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