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Four Seasons and Disney Springs Resort Area Hotel Guests Will Have Access to the Park Reservation System on June 22nd!

While we’ve been busy becoming masters of Disney World’s new reservation system (check out our tutorial here!), we’ve also been trying to figure out who will have access to park reservations when it goes live on June 22nd.

Four Seasons and Disney Springs Resort Area Hotel Guests Will Have Access to the Park Reservation System on June 22nd!

A Sight For Sore Eyes!

So far, we’ve been able to confirm guests staying at Disney’s Swan and Dolphin Resort (which is owned by Marriott) will have the same access as guests staying at Disney-owned hotels.

And now theme park reporter Carly Weisel has also found out guests who will be staying at one of the seven Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels (which are privately-owned) will ALSO have the same access to park reservations as Disney World guests!

Four Seasons and Disney Springs Resort Area Hotel Guests Will Have Access to the Park Reservation System on June 22nd!

Disney Springs

That  following properties are eligible:

If you have booked a room at one of these resorts AND you have valid theme park admission, you’ll be able to make your Disney World park reservation starting on June 22nd. Thanks to Carly Weisel, we also know guests staying at Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World will qualify as well.

Four Seasons and Disney Springs Resort Area Hotel Guests Will Have Access to the Park Reservation System on June 22nd!

Magic Kingdom

Keep in mind, many of these properties shut down around the same time as Disney World resorts and some have remained closed. Here are the Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels that are still closed and have yet to release their official reopening dates at this time:

Make sure you check with your resort regarding your upcoming stay and if you have any questions, shoot them out to us in the comments below! We’re doing out best to keep up with all of these details regarding Disney World’s phased reopening, which are coming at us left and RIGHT! Stay tuned for more developments so you can start planning your next Disney World vacay!

Have you ever stayed at a Disney Springs Resort Area Hotel? Let us know if you’d recommend it to others in the comments below!

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Could This Annual Passholder GLITCH Keep You From Getting Into Disney World?

While Disney World has launched a new Annual Passholder webpage with its updated policies, there are still a lot of questions left unanswered.

Walt Disney World Annual Passholder

And thanks to one of our readers, we’re now aware of a potentially problematic situation regarding Annual Passes that were originally set to expire during Disney World’s temporary closure period.

A reader reached out to us today to let us know about a tricky problem she ran into and was unable to get resolved regarding her Annual Passholder status. AP’s are allowed to sign up early for runDisney events so, she called guest relations to inquire about the AP registry for the Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend even though her annual pass had technically expired during the temporary closure.

Spaceship Earth

Keep in mind, Disney World has stated they would automatically be extending the AP passes of members who had already paid in full or were keeping up with their monthly payments. But at this time, Disney World has yet to extend the expiration dates which means if your Annual Pass was originally set to expire between March 18th and July 11th, the system Disney uses won’t be able to recognize your membership is still valid until it’s reset. As far as the computer will see, you don’t HAVE a valid Annual Pass (even though you technically DO!).

MMRR Annual Passholder MagicBand

Our reader told us the Cast Member she spoke with said an internal team will be working on resetting the expiration dates around the time the parks reopen. Annual Passes cannot be reset by the guest services or management team at this time.

Cinderella Castle

This created a major roadblock for our reader who needed a valid Annual Pass for her early runDisney sign-up. But this issue, if left unresolved, could also cause major headaches for APs who are trying to attend Disney World’s Annual Passholder preview days, if their pass expired during the lengthy closure. The system must recognize your Annual Pass is still valid in order to get a reservation, so until Disney World gives its out new expiration dates, some APs might be out of luck.

Magic Kingdom Sign

This also means APs whose Annual Passes expired during the temporary closure will most likely be blocked from early registry to the Princess Half Marathon Weekend — which, as we saw with Walt Disney World’s 2021 Marathon Weekend, can sell out VERY quickly.

We’ll keep an eye on this issue and let you know if there’s any way APs whose passes expired during the closure can resolve this issue. We’ll keep you updated as soon as we learn any new details.

Did your Disney World annual pass expire during the theme parks’ temporary closure? Let us know if this glitch impacts your plans in the comments below.

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