Reviews of Frozen Holiday Premium Package



Guest Blog Review of the Package: http://land.allears.net/blogs/guestblog/2014/12/frozen_premium_package_review_1.html

The premium package is available November 7-19, November 21-December 9 and December 11 - January 4, 2015. For $89 per adult plus tax and $59 per child plus tax you will receive:

*** Reserved Seating for the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration at the Premiere Theatre

*** reserved viewing of the Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights

*** a Frozen themed dessert party (including mini Anna and Elsa cupcakes)

*** a holiday themed lithograph and

*** a Frozen pin.

You must have your own admission for Disney's Hollywood Studios (admission is not part of the package). Call 407-939-1854 to reserve your spot.

Reviews:

3

Average Rating:

5.67

Would Recommend:

33%

Reviewer: MCMod Review Date: 01/21/2015

Rating: (4) Would Recommend:

This review is from bellebookworm9

I booked this package two days in advance as a surprise for my mom on 12/14. I knew ahead of time that we would not be taking advantage of the seating for the Frozen Sing-Along, as we were only going to be at the Studios for a couple of hours and that wasn't in the plan.

When we arrived to the park at 5:20, we were running late for a dinner reservation. I attempted to check us in at Sid Cahuenga's shop, where I had seen a sign earlier, only to be informed that because it was now nearly 7, check in was at the party location. Once we found our way to the gate, the CM said she'd been waiting for us and we were the last two.

Inside, we were kind of disappointed with the set up. I had requested wheelchair accessibility as my mom is in a scooter. All three tables designated for this were already full, and the only apparently open tables were for standing. Finally we found a table with seats that had been abandoned but not cleaned off. We pushed the trash from the previous family aside and made do with the available space.

The desserts were just okay. We were still pretty full from dinner, which may have affected my opinion, but I didn't find them to be anything special. My mom liked the chocolate brownie melt thing. I thought the best thing was the rice crispie treats, sadly enough. I didn't care for the glaze on the cream puffs. The Smores tart and Key Lime tart were alright. Olaf cake pop was mushy and disappointing. Cupcakes were boring. We didn't try any of the specialty beverages, alcoholic or not.

We did appreciate being able to view the Osborne Lights away from the crowds. That evening had Extra Magic Hours, so after 8pm, the crowds in the area dwindled off and we were able to go into the Streets of America without too much trouble.

The included lithograph and pin were nice souvenirs but I don't think they were really necessary. Did take some rice crispies (brought baggies with us) and mini bottled waters to go. This was definitely not worth the $89 price tag. The IllumiNations dessert party at Epcot, which also includes alcohol, is only $49/person, so I can't figure out why this one is so expensive.

Pros:

Able to see Osborne Lights away from the crowds

Cons:

Expensive for what you get

Reviewer: MCamphouse Review Date: 01/10/2015

Rating: (4) Would Recommend:

This review is from bellebookworm9


I booked this package two days in advance as a surprise for my mom on 12/14. I knew ahead of time that we would not be taking advantage of the seating for the Frozen Sing-Along, as we were only going to be at the Studios for a couple of hours and that wasn't in the plan.


When we arrived to the park at 5:20, we were running late for a dinner reservation. I attempted to check us in at Sid Cahuenga's shop, where I had seen a sign earlier, only to be informed that because it was now nearly 7, check in was at the party location. Once we found our way to the gate, the CM said she'd been waiting for us and we were the last two.


Inside, we were kind of disappointed with the set up. I had requested wheelchair accessibility as my mom is in a scooter. All three tables designated for this were already full, and the only apparently open tables were for standing. Finally we found a table with seats that had been abandoned but not cleaned off. We pushed the trash from the previous family aside and made do with the available space.


The desserts were just okay. We were still pretty full from dinner, which may have affected my opinion, but I didn't find them to be anything special. My mom liked the chocolate brownie melt thing. I thought the best thing was the rice crispie treats, sadly enough. I didn't care for the glaze on the cream puffs. The Smores tart and Key Lime tart were alright. Olaf cake pop was mushy and disappointing. Cupcakes were boring. We didn't try any of the specialty beverages, alcoholic or not.


We did appreciate being able to view the Osborne Lights away from the crowds. That evening had Extra Magic Hours, so after 8pm, the crowds in the area dwindled off and we were able to go into the Streets of America without too much trouble.


The included lithograph and pin were nice souvenirs but I don't think they were really necessary. Did take some rice crispies (brought baggies with us) and mini bottled waters to go. This was definitely not worth the $89 price tag. The IllumiNations dessert party at Epcot, which also includes alcohol, is only $49/person, so I can't figure out why this one is so expensive.

Pros:

Able to see Osborne Lights away from the crowds

Cons:

Expensive for what you get

Reviewer: ajrob Review Date: 12/30/2014

Rating: (9) Would Recommend:

We are a party of 3, 2 adults and my teenage(14) daughter.

Upon entering Hollywood Studios you need to go to the Guest Services building, left hand side right after entry of park. There you receive your Frozen lanyards and you get to pick which Frozen Sing-a-long show you would like to attend. I did not "check-in" untill noon time on my scheduled day and there were plenty of seats for all the shows during the day. The show is adorable and shouldn't be missed.

The reserved seats for the premiere package are OUTSTANDING! First two rows, front and center of the theater. We arrived 5 minutes to showtime. There was no line to wait in and you were personally ushered to your reserved seats, very nice.

The dessert party was beautiful. We lined up for the party about 5 minutes before it started and the seats we were able to get were right in front of the Osbourne Lights street. We sat drinking coco and eating snacks listening to the Chrismas music and watching the dancing lights, MAGICAL! The dessert party is situated right underneath the "Peace on Earth" sphere near the Camera, Lights, Action stunt show. Lighted buildings surround the party and Santa Goofy is right next to the party circle. Disney puts a fence up around the party to cut off outsiders. Plenty of seating for all who paid. The beauty of this party is you can leave, walk through the lights, take pictures, etc. and then come back into the party again. There are plenty of desserts, cupcakes, pudding, brownies, pop cakes, and an ice cream cart is there with all your Disney favorites. For beverages, there is a hot coco bar(plenty of coco fixings), bottled water, juice, soda and some mixed alcoholic beverages. The desserts were ok tasting. That's the only reason I gave it a 9. Everything is Frozen themed. AGAIN, MAGICAL...gets you right into a "Christmas mood"!
In addition to the show and party, you receive a limited edition pin and lithograph set upon entry to the dessert party. Very cute.

Although to some the price seems high, if you utilize the amenities it is well worth it. Less aggrivation of standing in line for the show/ using a Fast Pass or navigating the crowded street to watch the lights.

I hope this package will continue, it was a great experience. We will definitely do this again if it is there in 2016.

Pros:

Everything

Cons:

none