Two Disney World area hotels have recently extended their closures. The Swan and Dolphin Resorts are located on Disney property, however, they are not Disney-owned, so they set their own reopening dates.
The previous reopening date stated on their website was July 6 which would’ve given guests another option for staying on Disney property when the parks reopen.
The Swan and Dolphin website now states that the hotels will be closed through July 29, 2020. The site also gives more information for guests with reservations:
“For guests with existing reservations for any future arrival date, including reservations with pre-paid rates that are typically more restrictive, we will allow full changes or cancellation without a charge up to 24 hours prior to arrival, as long as the change or cancellation is made by July 29, 2020. Please note that any changes to existing reservations will be subject to availability and any rate differences.
For guests making new reservations for any future arrival date, including reservations with pre-paid rates, from today until July 29, 2020, we will allow the reservation to be changed or cancelled at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival date. Please note that changes to the reservation will be subject to availability and any rate differences.”
As of now the only Disney Resort hotels that will be open when the parks reopen will be DVC resorts and Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground. The parks are scheduled to open July 11 (Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom) and July 15 (Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios).
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