The Dining Rooms at Be Our Guest Restaurant

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Be Our Guest Restaurant Rose Gallery (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

Be Our Guest Restaurant Rose Gallery (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

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Whether you walk through the wrought-iron gates into the Beast’s fairytale castle for lunch or dinner, three themed rooms await you at Be our Guest restaurant that bring to the story of transformation to life from animated film. From servers dressed in knickers to chandelier sparkling with 100 crystals, you will feel like you’re in a scene from the movie. Even the music is specifically arranged, from the 50-piece orchestra recording in the Ballroom to the music box arrangement of the same pieces for the Rose Gallery, you will hear the same piece transformed when you walk from one room to another.

The West Wing

Rose petals drop in a glass bell jar that is the focal point of the dramatic West Wing.  Lightning flashes in the darker dining room as the prince’s portrait which hangs over the fireplace and has slashes from the beast’s claws, changes from the young prince into Beast.

The Rose Gallery

For lunch, you walk past suits of armor in the Armor Hallway, where you will hear occasional whispers and place your order at the Beast’s Parlor. The 7 foot tall music box with a twirling Belle and Beast is the focal point of the dining room. Along with carved roses and intricate tile mosaics, the walls are covered in paintings and tapestries of the story, some including background art from the animated movie. Throughout the room, carved roses are featured, including intricate tile mosaics on the floor. The large dining room seats 546 people.

Chandeliers at Be Our Guest Restaurant (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

Chandeliers at Be Our Guest Restaurant (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

The Ballroom

For dinner, you walk on a terrazzo floor toward 18-foot-tall arched windows where snow is lightly falling on an evening in France. The ballroom is reminiscent of the elegant setting in the movie where  sparkling twelve foot long chandeliers draw attention to the 20-foot ceiling decorated with cherubs floating on fluffy clouds. The elegant dining room seats 340 people.

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