[QUOTE=Soundgod;961285]It is 90 days, but even so, there’s a loophole that allows guests to make reservations up to 10 days after they arrive, or as much as 100 days out.
I already got shut out of le Cellier for any convenient times for my plans because of this loop hole. I called exactly 90 days out and was told there was nothing available unless I wanted lunch, and at that, times that were only an hour or two after I’d eaten breakfast.
I’ve pretty much given up on ever having dinner at le Cellier, and my own experience in 2004 was that it wasn’t that special.[/QUOTE]
If you don’t mind please advise me of a loophole for 100 days out. I NEED CRT