Disney has reopened some of its hotels and resorts in Disney World, other areas of the United States, and around the world, but some still remain closed.
Now, we’ve got an update from Disney about how many hotels they expect to have reopened by the end of their fiscal year.
Today, Disney participated in the Bank of America Virtual 2020 Media, Communications & Entertainment Conference. According to Reuters, Christine McCarthy — Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of The Walt Disney Company — who spoke at the Conference, noted that Disney expects to have reopened “a little over 50%” of its hotels and resorts by the end of Disney’s fiscal year. Disney’s fiscal year ends in late September.
So, we decided to take a little (virtual) trip around the world and check on the status of Disney’s many hotels.
In Disney World, some of the hotels have reopened, but others have had their opening dates delayed, or currently do not have reopening dates set at all. Disney has even announced that one hotel — Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort — will not be reopening until next year.
In Disneyland Paris, some hotels have reopened while another was scheduled to re-close.
Meanwhile, Disney Vacation Club’s Vero Beach Resort and Hilton Head Resort have already reopened.
We recently shared with you that Disney’s Aulani Resort likely won’t open until at least October. A recent increase in COVID-19 cases in Hawaii may also affect that.
But, other spots, like some of the hotels in Hong Kong Disneyland Resort remain open — despite the fact that Hong Kong Disneyland is closed.
And, that concludes our trip around the world! Quite a few hotels are open, but several are still closed and some do not even have set dates on which they will reopen. When will some of those closed hotels reopen? We’re not sure.
A few more hotels in Disney World are set to reopen soon, so we’ll definitely keep an eye out for any news about those resorts and other Disney resorts around the world. Come back for all the latest!
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