Although Disney executives have made the case for Disneyland Resort to reopen soon, and we’ve seen some signs showing that Disneyland is preparing to welcome guests, an official reopening date for the Disneyland Resort theme parks has not yet been set.
Today, we’ve spotted an update that shows we may still have to wait a bit longer to visit the happiest place on earth.
Previously, Disneyland Resort canceled all Disneyland Resort Hotel reservations through October 3rd. Now, however, Disney is reaching out to guests with reservations at Disneyland Resort hotels through October 10th to modify or cancel their reservations.
In order to provide the guests with some flexibility, Disney will continue to waive all Disney-imposed change and cancellation fees up to the date of check-in for reservations with arrival dates through October 10th. Disney has also noted that if impacted guests are unable to reach out to Disney before their check-in date, they will not be penalized or assessed any Disney-imposed fees for canceling their Disneyland Resort hotel room reservation or Walt Disney Travel Company vacation package after their check-in date.
Some package components, however, may be nonrefundable and subject to third-party cancellation policies, so if you are impacted by this change, be sure to check if there are any third-party cancellation fees or policies that apply to you. Additionally, guests who did not book directly with Disney should contact their Travel Professional or third-party operators to make any necessary adjustments to their reservations.
If you need to call Disney to cancel or modify your reservation, you can reach the Walt Disney Travel Company at (714) 520-5050 between 7AM PST and 9PM PST. We’re on the lookout for more updates about Disneyland Resort so be sure to come back for all the latest news.
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