If you’re thinking about booking a trip to Walt Disney World Resort during its phased reopening period and in-room dining is a priority for you, you’ll want to pay close attention!
At this time, only one onsite Disney World hotel is offering room service. The Cast Member we spoke to was able to confirm that the in-room dining menu has returned to Disney’s Yacht Club Resort.
Disney’s Yacht Club, which averages $465 per night, features this description on the official Disney World website:
Delight in the formal grace of a grand New England-style yacht club at this lakeside hotel. Relax in the inviting elegance of a plush lobby replete with nautical touches, explore the whimsical Stormalong Bay and rent a variety of watercraft from Bayside Marina. Sharing many amenities with its pastel-toned sister, Disney’s Beach Club Resort, Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is walking distance to Epcot and a convenient boat ride to Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Whether you’re hungry for a late dinner or you just want some breakfast when you wake, private dining is the ticket. With Disney Resorts Private Dining, you can choose from a variety of American favorites—along with some specialty items particular to your Disney Resort hotel!
Our own style of room service is offered to Disney Resort hotel Guests at the following locations:
- Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
- Disney’s Beach Club Resort
- Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
- Disney’s Contemporary Resort
- Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort (Disney Dining Plans are not accepted for Private Dining at this Resort.)
- Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
- Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
- Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
- Disney’s Yacht Club Resort
To place an order, press “Dining Options” on your in-room phone. An 18% gratuity, $5.00 delivery charge and 6.5% sales tax will apply to all delivery orders. A minimum order may apply.
Again, please note that we have only confirmed that in-room private dining has resumed at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. If you have questions about the dining options, including the new walk-up waitlist, that are currently available at other Walt Disney World hotels, contact Disney directly.
Remember that all packages are currently unavailable.
What do you think about current Disney World in-room dining options? Should more resorts begin offering room service again soon?
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