The new experience will be unlike any other Disney resort hotel, as guests will be aboard a “ship” (the Halcyon) for two days with only one port stop in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, very similar to a cruise. Guests will be able to participate in interactive stories and dress the part throughout their stay. It sounds VERY unique and we anticipate many (including us!) will be eager to try it out. Problem is, progress has been SLOW! We decided to reach out to our followers to see what YOU think!
Previously, Disneyland Resort hotels were only accepting reservations starting on November 1st, but it seems that this date has changed again.
When Disney World announced their plan to begin reopening on July 11th, they also announced they were pausing all hotel and ticket sales for the time being.
We know many of you have been eager to find out when you’d be able to start booking trips again, and it appears we’re closer to a solid answer. [Read more…]
With the reopening of Disney World parks set for July 11th, a lot of folks with June reservations have been left in limbo.
Shortly after the official announcement of a reopening date, Disney’s hotel reservations and ticket sales systems went dark so Disney could begin to implement their new reservation system. That meant no new reservations and no modifications to existing reservations. For many folks who just wanted to reschedule their June reservations, that was frustrating. Well, now Disney is allowing guests with check-in dates prior to June 21st to call and modify their reservations.
This post will be updated with new information and questions as we get them.
Disney World is set to begin a phased reopening of the theme parks on July 11th, and things certainly won’t be like they used to be.
In light of the impending reopening, Disney has made some MASSIVE changes to the way things are done. They’ve canceled what feels like everything for everybody — no FastPasses, no dining reservations, no new ticket sales, and more.
From a guest perspective, it can feel a little bit like the folks at Disney have TOTALLY lost their collective mind. We know MANY of you are affected by these sudden changes, and we’re here to help. We’re taking a look at what you should do if you’re impacted and answering some big questions.
Things have been shaken up in Disney World and we are here to help you sift through it all.
Quick recap: Disney World closed in March, kept accepting reservations, announced reopening dates, then wiped out existing dining and FastPass+ reservations. Now what? Disney is still sorting our their plan of action for the reopening, but let’s take a look at each part of your vacation to see what they are currently refunding!
The Universal Studios universe seems to be exploding with news right now!
Only moments ago we told you Universal Studios Annual Passholders were officially invited to attend an early preview before the theme parks open to the general public on June 5th!
We will update this post as we get more information.
On March 27th, Disney World announced that the parks would remain closed “until further notice.”
While we don’t have any official word from Disney on a projected reopening date for the parks, we did notice something interesting on the reservations site. This might give us a clue about Disney’s current thinking on the timeline for reopening.
With all that is going on in the world these days, we think it’s safe to say a lot of us are feeling uncertainty about the future. And if you have a trip to Disney World planned in the next couple months, you may be feeling extra stress because you have to make the call of whether to cancel your Disney trip or not.
Although we can’t find you a treasure trove of toilet paper or make you the world’s best homeschooler overnight, we can help in the Disney planning department! Here are a few things you should be considering while you’re wondering whether to cancel outright, reschedule, or actually take your trip to Disney World.