Any fan of “Beauty and The Beast” knows that the Enchanted Rose is central to Belle and Beast’s love story. This rose, and the petals that fall from it, serve as the “countdown clock” for Beast to meet his deadline of finding and accepting true love in his life – or risk remaining a beast for eternity.
Thanks to our friends at Walt Disney Imagineering, we have several photos to share this week that show just how the Enchanted Rose will play a central part in the theming of the Be Our Guest Restaurant, coming soon to New Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom Park.
The rose is represented in both beautiful mosaics and light fixtures that are sure to catch diners’ attention, as well as in some of the restaurant’s more subtle details, with roses etched in wooden accents and sculpted into stone columns and trim.
Speaking of Be Our Guest Restaurant, who plans on making reservations when they become available in late August? When do you want to dine?
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see, my daughter’s birthday is coming and we are visiting disneyland on december and i want it to know when can i book for a reservation?
We changed our trip dates just so we could be there for the opening! My family is so excited can’t wait tower the new magic! This is our fifth trip and it is truly our happy place! This will be our first time coming in December.
I am praying that is open for dinner on Nov. 30 so that we can celebrate my granddaughter’s birthday – she turns 3 on Dec. 1 – but we will be in the part on Nov. 30! Please say it will be open! We are starting the day with breakfast at Cinderella’s castle, and so hope to be able to eat dinner at Be our Guest restaurant for dinner after playing in the park all day and of course we can’t wait to see BELLE!!!!!!
When i was little i watched this movie everyday on repeat i know all the words by heart. I collect disney globes and i have beauty and the beast seperated from the rest. I have the broadway symbol of the beast holding the rose on my foot. I AM a huge fan of beauty and the beast! I saw the broadway show in tampa last weekend for my birthday 🙂 it was amazing. When i saw this i made a account just to write this…it brought tears to my eyes when i saw this. When i was a little girl all the way till now im 23 yrs old, i told my mother over and over mom this is the prettiest place i ever seen. I wanna get married inside that ballroom…my mom said we will search for the place closest to that ballroom…growing up my mom never moved from orlando because disney world was the best place to live. When i saw that they were making this i ran to my mom and showed her…i told her mom you wont believe it, its real (crying) the beauty and the beast place! They made it! Right inside of Disney! My mom smiled and said, thats why we live here because this is the place where dreams do come true… I cant wait to make my reservation i might cry when i see it…lol
I read on here that for those wanting to dine after Nov 19th ressies would be available end of Aug. I have just spoke to Disney Dining and they tell me that dining will not be open to general public until 6th Dec and not before.
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We do! I cannot wait to make a reservation December 21st to celebrate 50 years of marriage for my parents with all their grandkids. Hope the date is released soon for booking the reservations. This is the last reservation I need to make so I can relax that or trip is all planned!
we will be in disneyworld the week of thanksgiving. i see that these areas will be open for previews on nov 19th. will we be able to make a reservation for lunch at the be our guest restaurant that week?
Absolutely want to get a reservation!!! We’re going the end of January and I am dying to make a reservation! Beauty and the Beast is my favorite Disney movie and am so excited for this new section of fantasyland!
Hi – we will be in DW in late August……I’m a little confused and hoping you can help me: Are the pre-existing Fantasyland attractions closed to make way for the new ones, or are the new attractions an addition to the park???? Any info is appreciated!