Signature dining experiences are already expensive. One just got a BIG price increase, but we saw it coming…
Cinderella’s Royal Table
When you think of THE Disney World icon, does Cinderella Castle come to mind? For many, it does! Cinderella Castle is probably the most recognizable Disney icon and for good reason!
Not only is it massive and absolutely stunning, but you can also get a royal makeover and eat in the castle! Magic Kingdom’s signature dining restaurant, Cinderella’s Royal Table, is located inside the castle. It is a very small dining room which makes the entire experience feel very intimate.
You can also see outside the windows into the park, and if you are lucky enough to dine during the fireworks, prepare for a breathtaking experience. Dining in the castle is a bucket list item for many Disney World Guests.
Check out my breakfast review HERE. You can also read Maggie’s lunch/dinner review in this post.
Akershus is not the only princess dining experience anymore! Princesses officially return to Cinderella’s Royal Table today, February 28. You can read Donna’s story on that in this post.
When Cinderella’s Royal Table opened in late 2020, Cinderella simply greeted diners from a distance at various points in the dining room. Then, she began meeting for photo opportunities in the lobby before Guests went upstairs to dine.
Related: How to get dining reservations for the most popular restaurants (and what to do if you can’t get them)
With all of the princesses back, we knew a price increase was coming. We just were not sure how much. Breakfast previously cost $45/adult and $29/child. Now that price has raised up to $20! If you want to eat with the princesses it will now set you back $65/adult and $39/child.
Lunch and dinner meals are now $79/adult and $47/child, which is $12 more for adults and $8 more for children.
That sounds more like pre-closure pricing, doesn’t it? Well, that’s still a bit higher. Here is the pre-closure pricing for comparison:
- Breakfast: $62/adult and $37/child
- Lunch: $75/adult and $45/child
What do you think of princesses returning to Cinderella’s Royal Table? Are you more likely to consider getting a dining reservation there? Is the price increase stopping you? Let us know in the comments below and share this post with a friend.