When Disney Cruise Line is finally able to resume sailing the high seas, there will be new dining options at Palo and Remy to provide additional options to guests who select these experiences.
For Palo dinner, guests have the option to choose from the prix fixe menu, four courses from a selected menu, or options can be ordered a la carte. The prix fixe menu will see an increase in price from $40 to $45. These options will be chosen at the table not when reserving your Palo dinner experience.
For Remy dinner, Guests may choose between the Saveur or Gout tasting prix fixe menus. There will also be the option to order individual items a la carte. The prix fixe menu will be priced at $125.
Brunch and dessert experiences at Palo and Remy will continue to be offered as a per-person cover charge. The brunch experience at Palo will see a price increase from $40 to $45.
Platinum Castaway Club Guests and those adults in their stateroom will continue to be offered one complimentary meal at Palo, either brunch or dinner. At dinner, the prix fixe menu will be included, a regular price of $45 per person. Additional items beyond the prix fixe menu may be added at an additional charge.
Palo will reopen with these changes with summer 2021 voyages on the Disney Magic in the United Kingdom. Remy will follow when the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy begin sailing.
When can these be reserved?
Adult-exclusive dining and other premium activities, those that come at an additional cost can be reserved online or through the Disney Cruise Line Navigator app. The booking window is based on the Guests’ Castaway Club membership level:
- Platinum Castaway: 120 days prior to sailing
- Gold Castaway: 105 days prior to sailing
- Silver Castaway: 90 days prior to sailing
- First-timers: 75 days prior to sailing.
Cruise reservations must be paid in full in order to book premium activities. There is no guarantee these experiences will be available during your booking window.