Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Apr 1, 2010
    Alexandra from Cundinamarca Asked

    It is worth to expend 2 table services at the Cinderella Royal Table for dinner if I have 2 little boys of 2 and 4 years old who want to visit the castle but do not care about princesses? Any option to just visit the castle without taking a meal? HELP

    Hi, Alexandra! My wife and I asked ourselves the same question prior to our last trip. We have two little boys near the ages of your boys. To put it simply, our answer is "yes!" Cinderella's Royal Table was our favorite Disney dining experience of our trip.

    You see parts of the castle that you never would see with a simple walk through. You begin by passing through two large oak doors and into a royal foyer that is decked out in medieval fanfare. Cinderella is there for a photo op. Say "cheese," let her charm your sons (and vice versa) and then proceed up a lavishly carpeted staircase that winds up to the level where the royal dining resides. The view you have over Fantasyland is breathtaking. Pick your jaw off the ground and get ready to dig in because the food is delicious.

    The meal service starts immediately with appetizers landing the moment you arrive at your table. In fact, the service we received at Cinderella's Royal Table was the best service we've ever received. Each course was brought out the moment we finished the previous course (which was precious in keeping things moving when dining with tots!) What's more is that tip is included with the two table service credits that you put to good use for the meal.  Our youngest son (18 mo.) even received his own drink, some noodles and a chocolate ice cream sundae (which he absolutely slaughtered) free of charge.

    We like taking our boys to the princess dining experiences because they get treated like princes in a sea of princesses. I hope your boys feel just as special as our boys did!
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Meet the Panelist: Joel, Wisconsin

I’m the proud papa of two little pirates or princes (depending on the day!) I enjoy sharing information to help beginners with little ones - including naps, strollers, rider swaps, height restrictions, scary rides, touring plans, characters and dining. Learn More About Joel

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