With Disney Cruise Line returning to the sea, Disney cruises will offer new dining options on Palo and Remy to allow Guests to customize their dining experience on the ships.
Dinner at Palo will feature a prix fixe menu that includes four courses from a selected menu, or diners can order individual items a la carte. The prix fixe menu includes four courses, priced at $45, up from $40.
When reserving a table at Palo, Guests do not need to pre-select their menu option. Palo’s service team will walk Guests through every menu option so they can decide how to dine once seated.
Guests may choose between the Saveur tasting menu or Gout tasting menu at the Remy dinner or order individual items a la carte. The prix fixe menu is priced at $125.
At Palo and Remy, brunch and dessert experiences will still be per person charges, but the brunch experience at Palo will now cost $45.
Members of Platinum Castaway Club and those in their stateroom receive one complimentary meal at Palo, which can be for brunch or dinner. Dinners include a prix fixe menu, which has a regular price of $45 per person. Passengers may purchase additional items after the prix fixe menu.
All changes will become effective when Disney Cruise Line resumes sailing. Palo will reopen in its new structure when sailings begin on the Disney Magic in the UK in summer 2021, followed by Remy when sailings begin on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy.
Dining experiences exclusive to adults—experiences that are not included in the fare—can be reserved online or through the Disney Cruise Line Navigator app. The booking window is determined by a Guests’ Castaway Club membership level:
Platinum Castaway: 120 days before sailing
Gold Castaway: 105 days before sailing
Silver Castaway: 90 days before sailing
First-timers: 75 days before sailing.
All premium activities must be booked in full to be guaranteed. Note that new inventory may appear at any time.