A Returning Hotel PERK Could Make Getting Dining Reservations EASIER in Disneyland

Heading to Disneyland this summer? If so, you should know that several changes have happened at the theme parks recently, and even more updates are on the horizon!

Disneyland

The Main Street Electrical Parade and Fantasmic! have both returned to Disneyland, and accessing the parks from Disneyland’s hotels got even easier with new, exclusive entrances. Now, Disney has announced some more returning benefits for guests who are staying at Disneyland hotels. 

One of the returning benefits is Preferred Dine Access. With this feature, Disneyland Resort Hotel guests will get “preferred access to a limited number of reservations at select hotel table service restaurants during the dates of [their] hotel stay.”

Dining Room at Napa Rose

That means it might be easier for Disneyland hotel guests to snag reservations at popular restaurants located at those hotels. Remember that there are 3 hotels on Disneyland property: the Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Grand Californian Resort, and the Paradise Pier Hotel.

Paradise Pier

Previously, some of the restaurants included with this perk were Goofy’s Kitchen, Napa Rose, and Plaza Inn. Disney hasn’t yet announced which restaurants will be included once Preferred Dine Access returns. In the past, this benefit has included some restaurants outside of the hotels, but it sounds like it will now only cover table service restaurants inside the hotels. Disney also has not given a specific return date for the perk. They just noted that it’s “coming soon.”

Goofy’s Kitchen

So if you have a Disneyland trip planned, be sure to watch for more updates on Preferred Dine Access, because it might mean less stress for your dining reservation plans.

The Disneyland Hotel

We’ll continue to report the latest Disney news, so stay tuned with AllEars.

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