Thursday, March 11, 2010

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Walt Disney World's newly appointed executive chef, Leonard DeGeorge, said in a conference call that diners would be able to pick from about 20 different world cuisines.

Late-summer vacationers to the Florida resort will be able to pick from 100 participating restaurants for one table-service meal, a select snack and a quick-service meal for each day of their visit.

The offer runs from Aug. 26 through Sept. 22, on five-night and six-night packages, which start at $455 for adults, $223 for children ages 10 to 17 and $184 for children ages 3 to 9, double, when children stay in rooms with adults. Packages must be booked by June 24.

The packages include theme park tickets, hotel and food.

The Disney Dining Plan typically offers adults and children 10 and older the same meal options at $38.99 per day. Children ages 3 to 9 typically eat under the same plan for $10.99 per day. Children under 3 can share adult portions at no extra charge, the company said.

The free dining plan is part of a marketing effort to attract vacationers during what is normally a low period, after children typically return to school in late August, according to a company spokesperson.

Source Citation
Luzadder, Dan. "Meals are free in late-summer Disney package." Travel Weekly 23 Apr. 2007: 13. InfoTrac Small Business eCollection. Web. 11 Mar. 2010.
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