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Old 06-26-2018, 12:19 PM   #1
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Question Frozen Dessert Party- Yes or No?

I have done the Magic Kingdom & the Star Wars dessert parties- they both were Great!

But now I am looking into going to the Frozen Dessert Party. I know it is $79 per person. I did see the list of goodies. I know you get a great view of Illuminations and a ride on Frozen ride (Norway). I am not sure if Disney will have this available next May. I still need to know....

In your opinion- have you done this and did you enjoy it?


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We did this in March and all four of us loved it. We also did the HEA Garden View and Pirates & Pals. The Drozennparty was far superior in the CMs (everyone was very accommodating and so very nice to everyone especially the youngsters) as well as the food/desserts. The location was nothing short of excellent. They were very clear on the evening procedure (eating, fireworks, eating and packing some snacks to go (while waiting for the crowds to dissipate) and then walking as a group to the ride. Also passed the restrooms in case anyone needed them. Everyone was so kind and my son felt some of the desserts were his favorite from the entire trip. I personally enjoyed the fondue. If you have any specific questions that Inmay ne able to answer, do not hesitate to ask.

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We did this in March and all four of us loved it. We also did the HEA Garden View and Pirates & Pals. The Drozennparty was far superior in the CMs (everyone was very accommodating and so very nice to everyone especially the youngsters) as well as the food/desserts. The location was nothing short of excellent. They were very clear on the evening procedure (eating, fireworks, eating and packing some snacks to go (while waiting for the crowds to dissipate) and then walking as a group to the ride. Also passed the restrooms in case anyone needed them. Everyone was so kind and my son felt some of the desserts were his favorite from the entire trip. I personally enjoyed the fondue. If you have any specific questions that Inmay ne able to answer, do not hesitate to ask.

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Thank you for letting me know what you thought! It sounds like a Great time and I was checking out the snacks too... If I think of any questions I will ask...


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You are very welcome Kate. Anytime.

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Thanks......we're planning to do this on our trip in December and I hadn't seen too many reviews or comments about it. Just waiting for late November/ early December dates to open up for booking.
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Thanks......we're planning to do this on our trip in December and I hadn't seen too many reviews or comments about it. Just waiting for late November/ early December dates to open up for booking.

I hope you will repost here and let me know what you think....


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Thanks......we're planning to do this on our trip in December and I hadn't seen too many reviews or comments about it. Just waiting for late November/ early December dates to open up for booking.
I am sure you will have a great time. My only other pieces of advice is to pack a container or grab an extra cup with lid to take some extra snacks for the road or for whatever you do not finish while watching Illuminations. Also, arrive 15-20 minutes early or not until the exact time of the party. We arrived when told to but there was already a large number of party goers in line awaiting admittance. If I did it again, I would not arrive until the party was starting and enter last using that other time to do another ride or pavilion. Tables are pre-assigned so it does not matter when you get there.

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I am sure you will have a great time. My only other pieces of advice is to pack a container or grab an extra cup with lid to take some extra snacks for the road or for whatever you do not finish while watching Illuminations. Also, arrive 15-20 minutes early or not until the exact time of the party. We arrived when told to but there was already a large number of party goers in line awaiting admittance. If I did it again, I would not arrive until the party was starting and enter last using that other time to do another ride or pavilion. Tables are pre-assigned so it does not matter when you get there.

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Great ideas! Thank you!
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