We’re inching closer and closer to Disney World’s grand reopening this weekend!
Since Disney World will start to re-open this week beginning with Annual Passholder Previews, Disney Transportation will also start going back into operation.
While Disney Buses already opened up again on June 22nd with new health and safety modifications, other transportations options will be following starting July 7th. Although the Skyliner will be opening again July 15th, the Monorails are slated to be one of the first Disney Transportation systems to welcome guests back again.
Greetings from Disney’s Contemporary Resort! We’re stopping by this classic Disney World Resort hotel to share with you some of our favorite eats and drinks! The Contemporary is a Deluxe Resort, which means that they’re going to be offering TONS of food options, from Signature Restaurants to Character Dining to Quick Service.
The Contemporary is also on the Monorail loop (literally — the Monorail runs THROUGH the hotel!), making it super easy to dine at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa as well as Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
And, of course, this also means it’s a quick ride (and walk!) to Magic Kingdom. Let’s take a closer look at what dining options the Contemporary has to offer!
If meeting characters in Disney World is a priority for your family, we highly recommend you consider booking at least one character dining experience. The main benefit of character dining is pretty significant: you don’t have to wait in long lines to meet multiple characters.
And if you want to meet the Big Cheese, Mickey Mouse, you have a few great options both in the parks and at the resorts. He even has a different outfit in each of these restaurants, so he’ll always have a unique look no matter which restaurant you pick! Let’s run through them all of them from best to worst and see which restaurants are better than others!
Disney has reached out in our time of need by giving the people what they truly NEED: food recipes. It’s like they know all we’re doing these days is baking bread! 😉
And while we are SO appreciative that they’re thinking of us, we couldn’t help but notice they’ve missed the mark JUST A TOUCH in the recipes they’ve been sharing.
We recently shared Disney’s recipe for a “frozen pineapple treat,” and while we love a good “frozen pineapple treat” as much as the next person, Dole Whip, this wasn’t. That got us thinking…what other iconic Disney recipes can we share with our readers? We have a few we think you’re REALLY gonna love.
Times right now are a little hectic as we’re all staying at home and…not going to Disney World. Since the Disney Parks around the world are closed and the Disney Cruise Line is canceling sailings, we’ve honestly just been comforting ourselves by watching a LOT of Disney+ and doing some Disney stress-baking.
With everything happening, it’s pretty important to take a deep breath and find a moment to relax. And, we might just have the PERFECT way to center yourself and find your zen while you visit Disney World (virtually, of course!).
There are LOTS of hotel rooms in Disney World…as in more than 36,000 hotel rooms. Yowza. And yes, some of those are better than others.
Some of the Disney World resorts sport some pretty crazy rooms. Ever seen those Bungalows at the Polynesian? Yeah, those cost about $3 grand PER NIGHT, sometimes more. There are some hotel rooms though that are actually worth the price of the upgrade. Let’s take a tour and we’ll tell you why!
There are a LOT of resorts at Walt Disney World and many of them have special ‘secrets’ that you may not know about!
From big moments in U.S. and world history to fun facts, secret rooms, and hidden menus, there are some PRETTY interesting things going on at the Disney World hotels! See how many of these you already knew about — or check some of these things out next time you’re at the resorts.
Who’s having MAJOR Disney Parks withdrawal right now?? Us, for sure!
Although Disney World is closed, we’ve been building our own homemade attractions, creating some crazy Minnie Ears, and watching how the Disney Parks were made. And, now we’re taking you INSIDE an empty Disney World that you’ve probably never seen before.
We sure are missing Disney World right about now, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t still keep an eye on some of the upcoming projects that we’re excited about!
Despite the current closures of the Disney parks and the temporary halt on construction, Walt Disney Imagineering and other Resort development teams are still hard at work crafting the future of the parks. That means that we can still spot some construction permits every once in a while for projects that are starting soon.