It depends on when you're there. I've had times when all restaurants were fully booked a week in advance! This is more the exception, but on busy times it can definitely happen.We have a reservation at Walt's for dinner our second night, but haven't made any other reservations. In the event that we want to make reservations for the third night or for a lunch, is it likely that we can get one a day or two ahead of it or are we likely to find no availability?
Mist walls are the “air conditionned” areas of DLP. There's nothing like Carrousel of Air Condition here!The advantage of DLP is that it's build for France, meaning different seasons, so a lot is indoors (because of cold in the winter or day long drizzles any time of year). They also put up mist walls in certain areas where you can walk through to cool down a bit
Kind reminder: A/C in hotels in Europe is not the same as A/C in the US, be prepared for this.Well, in a classic "Be Careful What You Wish For" way, my wish came true. The forecast did, indeed, change. IT GOT WORSE. Way worse. For our arrival day and two full days, we're looking at highs of 99, 104, and 105. Then, inexplicably, it drops to the 80s for departure day.
Again, grateful that these are the only days of our trip that we'll be in a hotel with A/C. Just wish these days weren't happening.
Wow, I'm sorry you had a bad experience! I had a great time there and thought the food was really good when I went in May. It did help that I had free half board so I didn't pay extra for the meal (I thought all of the food prices for the restaurants were way too much even for Disney Parks). I was worried I wouldn't like the food as I am really, really picky. And my Mom and sister really liked their meals as well.Yes, but SOME A/C is way better than none.
Walt's, BTW, is NOT worth the absolutely exorbitant cost. I had chili. It was tasty, but when does even good chili rise to being worth EU40? The hubs ordered scallops from the premium menu for EU62. He got five smallish scallops, plus a soup and dessert. DD11 GOT the EU38 kid's tenderloin. It was tough and gristly. VERY disappointed, as this was our splurge meal, and we're compensating for it by cheating out everywhere else. Also, service was ingratiating when present, but indifferent when not.
So the Half Board plan covers table service places? Do you know how much the value of each credit/voucher is? Somehow I was under the impression that it was only enough for CS or Buffet places.Wow, I'm sorry you had a bad experience! I had a great time there and thought the food was really good when I went in May. It did help that I had free half board so I didn't pay extra for the meal (I thought all of the food prices for the restaurants were way too much even for Disney Parks). I was worried I wouldn't like the food as I am really, really picky. And my Mom and sister really liked their meals as well.
I guess I might have felt differently if I was paying directly for the meal.
Yeah, I stayed at the Disneyland Hotel as this was a special trip to Europe for my Mom's 75th birthday.Ok thanks, do you have any idea of the value of the voucher/credit? I think we can pay the difference if we want to go to a regular TS place, is that right?