Although some construction projects have recently been paused, we’re excited to see that there are quite a few that are forging ahead, like the expansion of the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin with the construction of a brand new tower called The Cove. Let’s take a look.
A BRAND NEW hotel has just joined the ranks of the Bonnet Creek-area hotels, which are located INSIDE the gates of Walt Disney World.
The JW Marriott Orlando Bonnet Creek Resort & Spa opened July 1st and is located just down the road from other popular Bonnet Creek resorts the Hilton Orlando-Bonnet Creek Resort, the Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek, and the Waldorf Astoria Orlando.
Disney World will start reopening its theme parks in a little over a week.
Although vacation planning may look a little bit different right now, guests have been able to make reservations through the Disney Park Pass system to visit the parks. Reservations are now open to resort guests, Annual Passholders, and regular ticket holders so everyone can schedule a time to go back to their favorite park.
Disney World is playing host to several sports leagues as their seasons are set to begin.
One such league is Major League Soccer! Teams are set to resume their season at Walt Disney World in the coming weeks with the MLS is Back Tournament. Today, players, staff, and more began arriving at Disney’s Swan and Dolphin Resorts to get ready for the start of the season.
Here’s some important info for guests with an upcoming reservation at Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort!
Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom preparing to reopen on July 11th, followed by Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios on July 15th. But even though the parks are getting ready to welcome back guests, the Swan and Dolphin Resort will remain closed, and will relocate guests with existing reservations!
Two major professional sports leagues — the National Basketball Association and Major League Soccer — are preparing to resume play in Walt Disney World.
And today, representatives of the two Orlando teams (NBA’s Orlando Magic and MLS’s Orlando City Soccer Club) presented to Florida’s Orange County Economic Recovery Task Force to share their plans as they get ready to PLAY BALL (ok, that’s baseball, I know…) at Disney World’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. [Read more…]
While a number of Disney-owned hotels prepare ready to welcome resort guests back that same day, many guests are looking forward to the moment they are able to step back into the Disney World parks. In order to reduce its capacity, Disney has released its new theme park reservation system as a way to limit the amount of guests in a park at a time.
Hey guys! Fun fact: the last 24 hours have been absolutely INSANE! By now, we know YOU KNOW exactly what we’re talkin’ about!
Not only is Disney’s new reservation system is launching in mere days, but Disney has also shared that there will be no Park Hopper option for the foreseeable future and no more free MagicBands for resort guests. Mickey’s-Not-So-Scary Halloween Party has been canceled for 2020 and Food and Wine Festival is starting in July. Since there have been so many HUGE news stories, we’re scurrying around to get a few more refined details for you!
It’s no secret Disney World has REALLY been keeping us on our toes lately!
Not only have there been a ton of new announcements regarding transportation and hotel services for guests once the resorts reopen, but now that MLS and NBA players are headed to Disney World, there’s been a ton of questions over where these pro athletes will be housed!
Disney World is providing a solution for the return of major league sports.
Last week, it was officially determined that the NBA would be resuming its 2020 season at Disney World’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex — and they’re not the only ones. Also coming to the complex for a season reboot is Major League Soccer! Today, the league announced some more details and WHEN they’ll be going for the goals again. Take a look!