Disney Cruise Line Dining Rotation No Longer Appearing On Key To The World Cards
Planning on setting sail soon with Disney Cruise Line? I have a fun update for you then! Starting with itineraries setting sail this Friday, 10/1/21, they’ll be a new way to view your Disney Cruise Line dining rotation.
If you’ve enjoyed a Disney Cruise in the past then you’ll know that your dining rotation was printed directly on your Key To The World card.
For example, here is my Key to the World Card from our 2020 New Year’s Eve sailing aboard the Disney Dream. At the bottom of the card you see “AAER” displayed which is the first letter of each dining room. This signified that the first and second nights we dined at Animator’s Palate, the third night was Enchanted Garden, and our final night we enjoyed Royal Palace.
Now once you board the ship, guests will be encouraged to check the My Plans section of their Disney Cruise Line (DCL) Navigator App for all dinner details, including their restaurant rotation, arrival time, table number, menus and recommended attire.
When guests arrive for dinner, servers will recommend guests have their Disney Cruise Line Navigator App open so they are able to quickly and easily take the guests to their table.
Guests with questions or those who are unable to access the app may visit Guest Services or any dining location to speak with a Crew Member for assistance.
What do you think of this change? Let me know in the comments below.
Disney Cruise Line Dining Rotation Credit: Disney
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