This past week Disney shared some seriously big news when it comes to EPCOT’s International Food & Wine Festival booths, restaurants opening all over Disney World and Disneyland, mask and social distancing changes, and more. Today we’re breaking down all of the biggest stories from this past week and sharing them with you so you know what to expect and how to prepare for your upcoming trips! Ready to dive in? Let’s go!
We’re seeing lots of things in Disney World slowly reopen!
Recently, Disney’s Wilderness Lodge fully reopened, and ‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort will welcome guests again on July 9th. But over at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, we’ve got exciting news, too!
If you’ve been missing out on your favorite Disney World resort restaurants, we have some good news!
We just found out that ‘Ohana will reopen SOON at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. In addition to hat exciting news, over at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, you’ll soon have more dining options when Sebastian’s Bistro reopens!
Even though it’s been about nine months since Disney World reopened, there are still lots of things around the resort that have remained closed.
Between the rides, restaurants, and resorts, there are a lot of locations that have yet to welcome guests again. Here’s a quick look at everything that still hasn’t opened in Disney World.
We’ve seen so many dining locations at Disney World reopen recently!
From Woody’s Lunch Box and KRNR The Rock Station at Disney’s Hollywood Studios to Harambe Market at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, many locations that have been closed since Disney World’s reopening are now officially back in business.
Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort recently reopened at Walt Disney World — the first of the Moderate resorts to reopen since the closure earlier this year. With its centralized location and relaxing island vibe, this resort sets a calypso tone for a vacation within a vacation.
Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is a sprawling resort with lush tropical landscaping, a colorful theme, and a variety of recreational activities. The centerpiece of the resort, Barefoot Bay, is a 45-acre lake surrounded by a mile-long promenade dotted with running trails and small white sandy beaches. Although swimming is not permitted, there are hammocks where you can lounge after a day in the parks and watch the beautiful Florida sun set each evening.
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Our friends at Small World Vacations have been working tirelessly to help their guests prepare for their Disney vacations and keep them up-to-date on the changes at Walt Disney World, and today they’re sharing what you need to know when planning your Disney World vacation at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort!
MORE resort hotels reopened in Disney World and we went a took a look!
We took a spin around the two most recently reopened hotels in Disney World and (as expected) there were a good number of changes. So here’s everything that NEW at The Swan Hotel and Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort in food and construction! Take a look!
Don’t worry friends we get it…you spend a lot of money to dine at Disney World and that LAST thing you want to have happen is for your food to be subpar or even worse…just plain awful.
Throughout the years a few dining locations have gotten a bad wrap — some for good reason! Lately, we have given a few of these restaurants and a second chance and we’ve come up with a few that we believe you should try again too! [Read more…]
The Disney Skyliner gondola system is brand, spanking new, and with that newness comes some logical questions and needs. What’s it like to ride the Skyliner? Can I bring my stroller on board? What happens if I get stuck twenty feet over Hourglass Lake (oh wait…that already happened!)? Check out our Skyliner FAQs!
But what we need — what we really need — is a Skyliner Food Tour! [Read more…]