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Walt Disney World Restaurants to Charge No-Show Diners

27 October 2011 No Comment

Yesterday, Disney instituted a policy to help crack down on guests who fail to show up to their dinner reservations. Now, guests who want to eat at one of Disney’s fine dining restaurants will be asked for a credit card when making their reservation.

If a party fails to show up or neglects to cancel within 24 hours of the reservation, a fee of $10 per person will be charged to their credit card. According to park officials, 19 signature restaurants at the Walt Disney World Resort have adopted this policy, including Victoria & Albert’s where the no-show fee will be $25 per person.

What do you think of the new policy? Do you feel this will help cut down on no-show diners?

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