PHOTOS: All-New Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique Location Now Open at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

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The newest Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique location is now open and ready to help princes and princesses at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort get gussied up for their big day in the parks. The new boutique – the third of its kind at Walt Disney World – is located inside the former Ivy Trellis Salon, which has since relocated into Senses – A Disney Spa. We first brought news of this added location back in January, and it’s exciting to see the final product come to life, even if it is a sign of bigger changes coming to Walt Disney World’s flagship resort.

Just like the other existing locations at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort, young guests ages 3-12 can experience enchanting transformations, leaving the boutique as an elegant princess or a gallant knight. A variety of magical makeovers are available and may include hairstyling, nail polish, accessories, gowns and more, depending on the package guests choose.

Starting today, all of the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique locations will introduce the new Carriage package, which includes a specially-themed T-shirt. They will also begin offering four new stylish hairstyles with customizable options and an expanded assortment of Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique-inspired products, including a spirit jersey available in adult and youth sizes, Minnie Ear headband, MagicBand and other accessories to enjoy, all of which can be purchased separately from any of the packages. We have a full overview of the merchandise in a dedicated post!

Now, on to the Boutique!

The new Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is located on the second floor of the Grand Floridian, just past the Basin White store.

Reservations are strongly recommended for this experience as appointment times fill up quickly. Reservations can be made up to 180 days in advance and can be booked through the online reservation system at or by phone at (407) WDW-STYLE.

Once inside, the small space is filled with gilded shelves and armoires stocked with dresses, accessories, shoes, and more to choose from. There are also changing and fitting rooms for guests.

Pricing varies among the costumes, accessories, and packages. Packages at this location start at $99.95 for the Carriage Package for princesses and $19.99 for a knight package. (How’s that for a pink tax?) You can check out all of the available packages online here.

For the salon aspect of the experience, there’s some plush seating with pink tasseled pillows. Do note that the maximum occupancy for the Boutique is 33 people, so things can get cramped in here, and seating is limited for families attending as prince or princess entourage.

Each of the four stations is equipped with an adjustable styling chair, marble-topped drawers with gilded mirrors, and all of the appropriate hair styling products needed, including a wand filled with pixie dust.

Transformations will take 30 minutes to one hour, depending on the package selected. Children should arrive with clean and brushed hair.

The all-new Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is open daily from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Will you be booking a makeover at the new Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique? Let us know in the comments!

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David
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David

Does this location have a Disney Photo Pass Studio like the others? And do they not offer the crown package?

StudentMama
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StudentMama

I have similar questions. DFB reports that this new site does not offer the Crown Package, meaning it is not listed. I do wonder if it might be available if you ask? Also, they report that the Carriage Package, the lowest-priced package listed, includes both the Minnie ears and carriage purse along with e t-shirt and skirt. So, is it just that you could also get them a la carte, or are they *only* available a la carte (meaning NOT included in the Carriage Package)?
All this confusion because Disney won’t just publish a simple menu of offerings!

SJames
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SJames

Definitely the least whimsical decor of all the locations. I doubt they have a photopass but we’ll see when my 2 littler girls go there in two weeks. I also wonder if they added the “magic mirror” feature to the dressing rooms like in Disney springs.

Margie Eaton
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Margie Eaton

Is the magic mirror there????

Brittany
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Brittany

What are the hairstyles offered?