With WiFi being rolled out in the Disneyland Park in Paris, the European resort is becoming more and more digital. Since earlier this week, the resort started testing with online reservations for the table service restaurants in Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studios Park, Disney Village and the hotels. Before this online possibility, the only options for making reservations were making a telephone call or reserving when you were already at the resort.
It looks like the new option is in a test period, because only the Dutch and Belgian version of the website seem to work fine, while the option for other countries does not always appear or work. Reserving a table is possible for a date one-and-a-half to two months from the moment you make your reservation, as when you choose to make a phone call this period is two months.
When it works, the option is very helpful for guests that want to maintain an overview of all their planned activities and want to make a reservation without the pressure of someone listening on the other end of the line. Since Disneyland Paris has a lot of visitors from countries around France, I would say that this option will soon be fully up and running to minimize the need for people to do an international phone call.