Expensive to eat in the restaurants, and half of the restaurants would not take kids under 7. Must make your reservations 45 days before trip. Talk to Theresa Kemp, the Office Coordinator in the Culinary Department at (242) 363-2000, ext. 66540
or Theresa.email@example.com to get a special dietary form filled out for your children’s allergies. Fill this form out before your trip and email it back to her while you make reservations. I would HIGHLY suggest you also print this out and bring it to you each night, as I found myself verbally listing my children’s allergies at each restaurant even though I had sent this form in ahead of time.
I’d suggest getting a fridge in the room for food from home for breakfast and lunch or staying in one of the rooms with a full kitchen (available at two of the resort’s properties; definitely at The Reef) and stock it with a combination of groceries from home and from local supermarkets. At the time we were there the delivery grocery service was unavailable though but we did buy groceries at the sundry shop in the lobby. Saves a lot of money and worry because you can then cook your own breakfasts and lunches. For dinners, choose restaurants based on the helpful link on the website that sets forth the parameters of each restaurant, including cost.
You can also mail a package to the resort ahead of time, but you MUST send it Fed-Ex for it to be delivered to the resort.
Hospitals in the Bahamas near this resort:
Doctor’s Hospital (private) 15 minutes away #1-242-302-4600 Shirley/Collins Ave.
Princess Hospital (government) 1-242-325-0048 Shirley St.
Email Lissa, Disney’s contact for guests with special dietary needs