Updated Dining Reservation System Launches on the Disneyland Resort App

The updated dining reservation system that will make booking much easier for guests has officially launched at Disneyland Resort via the Disneyland app.

Updated Dining Reservation System Experience on the Disneyland App

Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort are both updating how guests can book their dining reservations online and through the resorts’ official apps. Let’s check out the new user experience and reservation process.

You begin by hitting the plus button at the center bottom menu. Then, you can choose “Check Dining Availability” in the multi-item menu that appears.

Then, you’ll go to a new page where you’ll be asked to select your party size, your preferred reservation date, and the time you’d like to dine. The options for time preference are:

  • All Day
  • Morning Before 12 p.m.
  • Afternoon from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Evening After 4 p.m.

This dining reservation system update allows guests to see all available reservation slots for dining for their chosen location, date, and time frame. Previously, only a few reservation slots would be shown, and the times would be divided between breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, and some hour-by-hour options.

Once you reach the results page, you can adjust your search options by tapping “Edit” to change your party size, date, and time, or further specify your filter options by tapping “Filters” on the left.

Once you choose a restaurant and reservation time, you’ll be taken to the Reservation Detalis page, where you can confirm the details, and add any dietary and accessibility requests your or your party need.

After confirming, you’ll get to the Order Summary page, where you’ll set your contact information and put down a credit card to secure your reservation.

What do you think of this updated reservation system? Do you prefer it to its previous version? Let us know what you think in the comments.

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