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    Disney Dream ~ Remy restaurant cover charge $75pp

    Was having a nosey at the Disney website and fell across this little piece of info:
    Remy on the Disney Dream(It's a RAT!!)

    Remy Reservations
    Reservations are required and can be made online or on board the ship. When dining at Remy, Guests will skip the regularly scheduled Main Dining restaurant.



    Online reservations are available at the following times:
    • Concierge Guests: 120 days in advance
    • Castaway Club Levels:
      • Platinum Castaways: 120 days in advance
      • Gold Castaways: 105 days in advance
      • Silver Castaways: 90 days in advance
    • First Time Cruiser: 75 days in advance
    An additional charge of $75 per person is required to dine at Remy, in addition to the cost of wine and alcoholic beverages.
    Am I alone in thinking this is quite a high cover charge on a ship aimed at adults with children?

    Would you be prepared to pay this (If only to escape from the children everywhere else ;))?



    Palo the adults only Italian restaurant has a much more sensible cover charge of $20per person
    We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.sigpic

    #2
    Originally posted by Shelledpea, Stalybridge View Post
    Am I alone in thinking this is quite a high cover charge on a ship aimed at adults with children?
    I'm told that Remy on DISNEY DREAM is modeled after Disney's Victoria & Alberts at the Grand Floridian Hotel in Walt Disney World. This is the most expensive restaurant on any Disney property, and it can be VERY difficult to obtain reservations. Maybe it will do well on board?

    Would you be prepared to pay this (If only to escape from the children everywhere else )?
    I'm also told 50% of Disney passengers don't bring kids!;)
    See my cruise blog: HERE

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      #3
      Originally posted by Malcolm Oliver, Essex View Post
      I'm told that Remy on DISNEY DREAM is modeled after Disney's Victoria & Alberts at the Grand Floridian Hotel in Walt Disney World. This is the most expensive restaurant on any Disney property, and it can be VERY difficult to obtain reservations. Maybe it will do well on board?

      I'm also told 50% of Disney passengers don't bring kids!;)
      Maybe it will then if there is such a high ratio of passengers without children ~ I do like the look of these ships but the lack of a casino puts me off Then again if the price was right I may consider it :p
      We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.sigpic

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        #4
        $75 does seem steep....

        I am surprised that so many people dont bring their kids... That's been the only thing that's put me off a Disney ship - the hoards of screaming kids runing about after Mickey Mouse...

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          #5
          I have to admit I would love to go on the ship - I would maybe give Remy a miss as $75 is too much? My daughter is 19 though so I dont have much of an excuse.
          Heather

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            #6
            I do, in that although my wife is (over 18), she is a big fan of Disney...

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              #7
              My daughter came up with an interesting question: Seeing as she is named after Princess Aurora (NO I didn't know till afterwards she was named , after the Aurora Australialis if you really want to know) would she get any special perks???

              But if there are fewer kids than I anticipated then this is one line I feel may be worth a try ~ Rotational dining (3 themed dining rooms that you are assigned to differently each night), larger than average cabins, and inclusive soda, tea, coffee with dinner ;) plus in the kids clubs they offer free soda and snacks
              We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.sigpic

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                #8
                That is a really steep price. There is a restaurant at Disneyland Paris involving Remy but it isn't high-end like this one. However the restaurants in the Disneyland Hotel and the Princess meals at Auberge de Cendrillon in DL Paris are both very expensive and very popular. (and very delicious!) I can see some people paying it if it really is a fine dining experience.

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                  #9
                  Hi Shelled Pea
                  Princess charge $75 pp for the Chefs Table experience. This included wines to complement each course and TBH was well worth the money IMO.
                  I'd love to do a Disney Cruise (big kid at heart:D) and would book this restaurant just for the experience
                  Tarkah

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Tarkah, Scotland View Post
                    Hi Shelled Pea
                    Princess charge $75 pp for the Chefs Table experience. This included wines to complement each course and TBH was well worth the money IMO.
                    I'd love to do a Disney Cruise (big kid at heart:D) and would book this restaurant just for the experience
                    Tarkah
                    The $75 on Disney is Excluding drinks............
                    We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.sigpic

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Shelledpea, Stalybridge View Post
                      The $75 on Disney is Excluding drinks............

                      Yes I know...... but I'd still do it at least once just for the experience if I booked with Disney.
                      Tarkah

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