Disney Releases Which Resort Activities Will be Available When Resorts Reopen

Today, Disney released a slew of new policies and guidelines regarding the reopening of the Walt Disney World Resort after a long closure due to COVID-19.

With those updates came the information that Stormalong Bay, one of the most popular pools on the entire property, will not immediately be reopening with the Disney Yacht & Beach Club Resort.

Other feature pools on the property will be operating under reduced hours and capacity to allow for social distancing, and poolside activities may still be available.

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As far as other special offerings or childcare options that won’t be available are: the fireworks voyages, such as the Pirates and Pals Fireworks Voyage, or other tasting cruises. Fun runs, the Wonderland Tea Party, Hula lessons, in-room childcare, the mermaid school, and other special classes and programs will be unavailable at the immediate reopening.

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Tom
Tom
7 months ago

I think that I’d have more fun in 2020 watching old Disney YouTube videos than actually attempting to go there in person. These rules are out of control.

Rocco
Rocco
7 months ago

What is the purpose of canceling the feature pool of a resort but not the other pools at the resort? At this point it is clear Disney is just trying to get people to cancel their reservations. This has nothing to do with safety. That is sad. They’re hitting a grand slam right now at taking the magic out of Disney.

Mqtt
Mqtt
7 months ago

Not suprised limited capacity in the parks have to make sure its the most profitable guests.

Natasha
Natasha
7 months ago

Sounds like a fun time.. not! WDW has gone and lost their minds if they think people will pay for a full on ticket with half the fun while enforcing people to suffocate under a mask all day in thAt heat! I also heard that people with WDW reservations may also not get into the parks either! Like wtf? Even universal takes into account how many greats they have staying in the resorts and assured them they are guaranteed entrance to the parks! Unless Disney gets rid of these extreme measure, they’re only going to have annual pass holders running… Read more »

Kailie
Kailie
7 months ago

Recently there have been articles stating that for the initial reopening, every DVC hotel pool will be open minus Stormalong Bay at Disney’s Beach Club resort. I’m appauled at this news. For the last 16 years that I’ve owned the Vacation club we have spent two weeks at Disney’s Beach club resort every summer. Specifically because of the amazing pool. Unlike most other guests, we spend everyday enjoying the resort luxuries. Once again, this year we are vacationing at the Beach Club starting on June 28th. Then find out that we will be restricted to the quiet pool was completely… Read more »

General Malaise
General Malaise
7 months ago

I understand the need for Disney to end the $$ bleeding. This is going to damage the brand way beyond Mickey’s expectations. Sky high prices can only be rationalized when the overall product experience is complete and as has been the case generally, delivered in superior fashion. Writing WDW off from West Florida until Fauci-Fear and that of social media subside.