PHOTOS: New Disney Castle Art & More Added to Lobby at Boardwalk Inn Resort

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Upon visiting Disney’s Boardwalk Inn last night, we were greeted by some significant changes in the hotel’s lobby…

In addition to some new carpet, couches, and chairs, three new pieces of Castle artwork were added to reflect the three other Disney Castles that did not have representation in the lobby’s fantastic carousel style ornamentation.

The Castle art above the check-in desk represented the 4 Disney Castles around the world at the time the hotel opened…

Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Park…

Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Resort Paris…

And Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World (which also represented Tokyo until now).

Disney decided to represent all 6 castles in the lobby now, so those added recently include…

Hong Kong Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle (at least for now, until the castle is altered)…

Enhanced Storybook Castle at Shanghai Disney Resort…

And finally Cinderella Castle at Tokyo Disney Resort, with the new enhancements in the brickwork added several years ago to differentiate it from the other just across the lobby.

So, what do you think? Pretty cool, huh?

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    • I’d agree, looks nice, but would skip Food and Wine. It’s a “drunken fills, rip off, stand in long dirty lines fest”. Disney Springs is pretty cool and Epcot when they’re not having food and wine.

      • I’ve been to Food & Wine Festival several times before and have had no problems. I tend to not stay too late and am not there on weekends, though.

        • You’re smart to avoid those times. In evenings and weekends its both packed, and a lot of belligerent drunks TBH. Arguments cuz of cutting long cue lines for beer, etc.

      • Patty is right. Food and Wine is now CRAMMED full of a lot of over drinking crowds. Huge lines for tiny samples. Not good. Have annual pass and have witnessed several fights, which Disney security does nothing about. More fun to visit other times.

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