Official Map with Recreation, Guest Services, Shopping, Dining, and Transportation Released for Disney’s Riviera Resort
It’s been an exciting day for readers following news about Disney’s Riviera Resort. We recently got an inside look at the resort’s lobby, as well as the new, artist-inspired costumes that the Fab Four will be wearing at the Topolino’s Terrace character breakfast. Now, the official resort map has been released. If you’ve stayed at a Disney Resort hotel before, you’ll recognize this as the map that is given to guests upon check-in, with a section to write in the guests’ wing, floor, and room number.
Listed on the map, you have the lobby located on the second floor alongside the DVC Information Center. On the first floor, you’ll have Resort Airline Check-In. The parking lot will be outfitted with electrical vehicle charging stations.
The resort will have three main sections, with the main building in the middle, flanked by a West Wing and an East Wing. The East Wing is in fact taller than the West Wing, so guests looking to reach the top of the resort will have to take the East Wing elevators. Rooms ending in 02-47 will take the West Wing elevators, while rooms ending in 48-92 will use the East Wing elevator.
As far as recreation goes, you have the Beau Soleil pool, which will act as the quiet pool of sorts near the West Wing, compared to the larger Riviera Pool near the East Wing, which will also feature the S’il Vous Play water area.
If you’re looking for resort activities, there will be an activity lawn, a fire pit, a movie lawn, a bocce ball court, and a fitness center located on the first floor of the main building. The resort shares and borders Barefoot Bay with the neighboring Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, and there’s a full jogging trail around it.
The resort’s store, La Boutique, will be located on the second floor.
Dining will be spread out throughout the resort, with Topolino’s Terrace located on the 10th floor of the East Wing, Primo Piatto and Bar Riva (the resort’s two quick service dining locations) on the first floor of the East Wing near the pool, and Le Petit Cafe, the resort’s coffee and pastry bar, on the second floor of the main building.
One of the highlights of the resort is its Disney Skyliner station, which will be located to the side of the West Wing. The bus stop, however, will be located slightly further off from the main entrance porte-cochere.
What do you think of the new hotel’s layout? Will you be requesting a particular wing or floor for your upcoming stay at Disney’s Riviera Resort? Let us know in the comments.